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JAVEE: Why the Offensive against ISIS in Mosul Could Be a Disaster. The flash appeal noted that t…

JAVEE: Why the Offensive against ISIS in Mosul Could Be a Disaster. The flash appeal noted that the UN needed the $284 million at least two and a half months before the initiation of the assault to enable them to set up the [refugee] camps. Yet according to recent reports U.S. military officials believe the […]
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