UN High Commissioner For Refugees Visits Iraqi Camp as Mosul Offensive Gets Underway

Up to 700,000 people could be forced from their homes as a result of the battle for Mosul, according to the U.N.
1:43 | 10/18/16

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Transcript for UN High Commissioner For Refugees Visits Iraqi Camp as Mosul Offensive Gets Underway
Okay. I'm looking wounded. Paul. And how to sign that backed him. I didn't do much synonymous obviously somebody must not a not by avenge. Tell them that I'm very happy that there are you safe place. With some some assistance. Do more civilians Wi fi protected inside them also. And the next they wouldn't be displaced and for those who feel that they have to will because he's dangerous. Or so they have to be treated with dignity with respect. In for respect of their rights.

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