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Iraq launches operation to recapture town south of Mosul from Islamic State

DNA Tuesday, 20 September 2016
Shirqat, which lies south of Mosul, has been surrounded by Iraqi troops and Iranian-backed Shi'ite Muslim militias allied to the govt.
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