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Mosul War Games

Iraqi Children who fled IS territory say they don’t play ‘cops and robbers,’ but ‘Islamic State and Iraqi army’
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Soldiers fire mortars over a wall where Islamic State militants retreated back to a few days prior to Dec. 2, 2016 in Mosul, Iraq. (H.Murdock/VOA)
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Soldiers fire mortars over a wall where Islamic State militants retreated back to a few days prior to Dec. 2, 2016 in Mosul, Iraq. (H.Murdock/VOA)

Families in Mosul gather water from a make-shift well they are operating with a generator because they have no running water or electricity on Dec. 2, 2016. (H.Murdock/VOA)
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Families in Mosul gather water from a make-shift well they are operating with a generator because they have no running water or electricity on Dec. 2, 2016. (H.Murdock/VOA)

Children all over the region re-captured by the Iraqi Army flash victory signs, saying they have been freed of Islamic State militants. Khazir Camp, Kurdish Iraq on Dec. 1, 2016. (H.Murdock/VOA)
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Children all over the region re-captured by the Iraqi Army flash victory signs, saying they have been freed of Islamic State militants. Khazir Camp, Kurdish Iraq on Dec. 1, 2016. (H.Murdock/VOA)

Little girls here in Khazir Camp, Kurdish Iraq say they like to pretend camp workers are giving them papers to get supplies like food and fuel on Dec. 1, 2016. (H.Murdock/VOA)
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Little girls here in Khazir Camp, Kurdish Iraq say they like to pretend camp workers are giving them papers to get supplies like food and fuel on Dec. 1, 2016. (H.Murdock/VOA)

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