blankets t take ages to . she lives inin t hammam m -alil camp near r mosul. everyone h here lost theheir hs in iraq's war against the rrrrorist lititia lamic state. life is a daily struggle f khaml. she looks after her eitt childrenen all by herselelf. heher husband wawas an i.s. fir who s kikilledn the e wa that's's made her anand the chin ououtcasts here e in the camp.p. khamail: we were queststioned r three e hours. i keptpt denying thahat my husd was s an i.s. fighghter becaui was afraidid. we are broroken. wewe feel like w we've bn bubui ive. i feel l like i'm no longer amg the living. reporter: khamail l and her childrenen used to livive in a nearbyby village. now, their home is aenent. sul l is the seconond-largest cy in iraq.q. it w was badly damamaged durine momonths of fighghting that wen in the regegion. two years after it spppped, the old townwn on the western bankf the tigris is still in ruins. on the o opposite bank, meanwhi, the scars left b by the war ae healing. reconstruction efforts are well advanced. former resenents whoe spspent the past fewew years in cacamp
take ages to dry. she lives in the hammam -alil camp near r mosul. everyone h here lost theheir hs in iraq's war against the rrrrorist lititia lamic state. life is a daily struggle f khaml. e looks after her eight childrdren all by hersrself. her husband d was an i.s. . fie whwas s kill in ththe r. thatat's made her r and the chin outcasts herere in the camamp. khamail: we were queuestioned r threree hours. i kekept denying t that my husd wawas an i.s. fifighter becaui was afraraid. we are b broken. we feel likeke we'veeen n bued alive. i feelel like i'm no longer amg the living. reporter: khamail and he ildrdren ud to l le in a neararby village.. now, their home is t tent. mosusul is the sececond-largesty in iraraq. itit was badly d damaged durine months of fifighting that t wen in the r region. two years after ittotopped, the old totown on the western bankf the tigris is still in ruins. on the opposite bank, meanwhile, the scars leftft by the war re healing. reconstruction efforts are well advanced. former rididents w've e spen the past f few years in n campe startiting to returnrn.
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