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Farming returning to Mosul even as fighting continues to ravage city

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11-Jan-2017 - Thousands of the poorest residents of the war-torn region around Mosul, along with hundreds of thousands of other struggling Iraqis, are being given the chance to earn for themselves again thanks to a new project that is restoring irrigation to 250,000 hectares of farmland.

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