UNICEF Enters Mosul for 1st Time in 2 Years

The United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund announced that it entered the Iraqi city of Mosul for the first time in two years, delivering much-needed humanitarian aid to thousands of civilians who are trapped in the ISIS stronghold.
0:25 | 11/17/16

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So some urgently needed aid has arrived in the city of Mosul in Iraq which is war torn for the first time in two years. UN officials have been able to deliver about thirty days worth of emergency supplies to 151000 children and their families. The nearly month long battle to reclaim Mosul from crisis has destroyed much of the city. And left more than a million people trapped with no way out.

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