Fleeing fighting, abandoning their villages, and returning to formerly IS controlled areas, Iraqis are on the move. While aid workers set up camps for the one million people who are expected be displaced, many recaptured villages and towns remain virtually empty, littered with bombs and blackened by burning oil wells. VOA's Heather Murdock has more from the villages, towns and camps surrounding Mosul in northern Iraq.
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