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Leftover mines, dead bodies still haunt Mosul residents years after war with ISIS

Although a punishing Iraqi and American military campaign routed ISIS from a mosque in Mosul — its “Caliphate” — in 2017, it also leveled large swathes of the city. Now, special correspondent Leila Molana-Allen and videographer Adrian Hartrick look at the slow and agonizing task of rebuilding Mosul, Iraq’s second largest city.

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