Kurdish Peshmerga forces are seen southeast of Mosul, August 14.
(photo credit: REUTERS)
NINEVEH PROVINCE, IRAQ -- Black smoke was rising from the Qayara oil fields as the refugees huddled in the shade. They had arrived that morning – from IS-controlled territory a little further west.The refugees had come from Jahala village.
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