FAMILIES REPORT SKYROCKETING FOOD PRICES, DIRE CONDITIONS IN WESTERN MOSUL — UN AGENCY

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Displaced families from east Mosul shelter at the nearby Hasansham U3 camp, while Iraqi Government Forces begin operations to retake control of the west of the city. Photo: UNHCR/Caroline Gluck

FAMILIES REPORT SKYROCKETING FOOD PRICES, DIRE CONDITIONS IN WESTERN MOSUL — UN AGENCY

The United Nations food relief agency today said it is extremely concerned about the humanitarian situation facing more than 750,000 people living in dire conditions in the western sections of Iraq’s Mosul city, where fighting is taking place between the Government forces and Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL/Da’esh) terrorists.

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