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Iraqi internally displaced groom Jassim Mohammed walks with his bride, Amena Ali, during their wedding ceremony at a camp for internally displaced people, in Khazir, near Mosul, Iraq, Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016.  Iraqi forces have pushed IS out of most of Anbar over the past year, and are now waging a major offensive in the northern city of Mosul, the militant group's last major urban bastion in the country. (AP Photo/Hadi Mizban)

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Iraqi internally displaced groom Jassim Mohammed walks with his bride, Amena Ali, during their wedding ceremony at a camp for internally displaced people, in Khazir, near Mosul, Iraq. Hadi Mizban/AP

Jasim plays football in Debaga camp, on the outskirts of Erbil

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Displaced Iraqi boy Jasim Abudllah Jasim, 13, who according to his family lost his leg in an air strike in Baiji, plays football in Debaga camp, on the outskirts of Erbil, Iraq.
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An Iraqi displaced boy (L) wears a mask depicting Korean pop star Park Jae-sang as he stands with a friend at Jadaa refugees camp near Qayyarah city, some 40 km southern Mosul, Iraq, 17 November 2016. According to a local official in Jadaa camp, the camp which was opened after the beginning of the military operation to liberation of Mosul city, is currently hosting around ten thousand people who fled from many villages near Mosul due to the fighting between the Iraqi forces and Islamic State (IS) group.  EPA/AHMED JALIL

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An Iraqi displaced boy wears a mask depicting Korean pop star Park Jae-sang as he stands with a friend at Jadaa refugees camp near Qayyarah city. Photo Ahmed Jalil/EPA 

Newly displaced Iraq's who fled from the city of Mosul, Iraq's last major Islamic State (IS) group stronghold, cry as they meet their relatives who came two years ago to the refugee camp in the Khazer area, near near the Kurdish checkpoint of Aksi Kalak, some 40 kilometres east of Arbil following their arrival on October 26, 2016.  The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) Stephane Dujarric told reporters that almost 9,000 people are internally displaced as a result of the Mosul military operation in Iraq. Lise Grande, the U.N. humanitarian coordinator for Iraq, said the military operations to retake Mosul could spark the largest humanitarian crisis in 2016 as the security situation in the area restrains aid agencies' ability to deliver help. / AFP PHOTO / BULENT KILICBULENT KILIC/AFP/Getty Images

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Newly displaced people who have fled from the city of Mosul, Iraq’s last major Islamic State group stronghold, cry as they meet their relatives who came two years ago to the refugee camp in the Khazer area, near the Kurdish checkpoint of Aksi Kalak following their arrival on Wednesday. Photo Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty 

Migrants queue to board buses and leave the notorious "Jungle" camp before authorities demolish the site on October 25, 2016 in Calais, France. Many migrants have left by coach to be reloctated at centres across France as Police and officials in France begin to clear the 'Jungle' migrant camp in Calais. Some 7,000 people are estimated to be living in the camp in squalid conditions.  (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

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Migrants queue to board buses and leave the notorious “Jungle” camp before authorities demolish the site in Calais, France. Many migrants have left by coach to be relocated at centres across France as Police and officials in France begin to clear the ‘Jungle’ migrant camp in Calais. Some 7,000 people are estimated to be living in the camp in squalid conditions. Photo Christopher Furlong/Getty

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Police officers standby as migrants line-up to register at a processing centre in the makeshift migrant camp known as “the jungle” near Calais, northern France, on Monday. Picture AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti

 A woman poses at a refugee camp housing Iraqi families who fled fighting in the Mosul area on October 17, 2016 in the northeastern town of al-Hol in Syria's Hasakeh province.  The battle to retake the Iraqi city of Mosul from jihadists could unleash a massive humanitarian crisis, potentially pushing hundreds of thousands to flee their homes as winter sets in. / AFP PHOTO / DELIL SOULEIMANDELIL SOULEIMAN/AFP/Getty Images

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A woman poses at a refugee camp housing Iraqi families who fled fighting in the Mosul area in the northeastern town of al-Hol in Syria‘s Hasakeh province. Photo Delil Souleiman/AFP/Getty 

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Two Palestinian boys play on a donkey cart next to a wall of graffiti in Deir el-Balah refugee camp, central Gaza Strip, on Wednesday

A shadow of migrants wait for food in the makeshift refugee camp at the northern Greek border point of Idomeni, Greece

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A shadow of migrants wait for food in the makeshift refugee camp at the northern Greek border point of Idomeni, Greece

A family looks out of a tent as rain fal...A family looks out of a tent as rain falls at a makeshift camp set by migrants and refugees at the Greek-Macedonian border near the village of Idomeni on March 22, 2016.  / AFP PHOTO / ANDREJ ISAKOVICANDREJ ISAKOVIC/AFP/Getty Images

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A family looks out of a tent as rain falls at a makeshift camp set by migrants and refugees at the Greek-Macedonian border near the village of Idomeni

Gendarmes walk through makeshift shacks during the evacuation of a Roma migrants' camp deemed insecure and unsanitary, on former railway tracks along Boulevard Ney in northern Paris

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Gendarmes walk through makeshift shacks during the evacuation of a Roma migrants’ camp deemed insecure and unsanitary, on former railway tracks along Boulevard Ney in northern Paris

A man walks in a makeshift camp known as...A man walks in a makeshift camp known as "the jungle", on January 18, 2016 in Calais.  The residents of the camp in the northern French port of Calais are in a desperate race to save their makeshift homes from the bulldozers. Local authorities warned them earlier this week that they had just a few days to clear hundreds of shanties made from wooden planks and tarpaulin from the edge of the road that borders the camp.  / AFP / PHILIPPE HUGUENPHILIPPE HUGUEN/AFP/Getty Images

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A man walks in a makeshift camp known as “the jungle” in Calais. The residents of the camp in the northern French port of Calais are in a desperate race to save their makeshift homes from the bulldozers. Local authorities warned them earlier this week that they had just a few days to clear hundreds of shanties made from wooden planks and tarpaulin from the edge of the road that borders the camp. 

Syrian refugees look on during a visit by Secretary of State for International Development Justine Greening, during her visit to an Informal Tented Settlement occupied by Syrian refuges close to the Syrian boarder in Lebanon, to see how the UK's response and aid is helping the refugee crisis. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Friday January 15, 2016.

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Syrian refugees look on during a visit by Secretary of State for International Development Justine Greening on Friday, during her visit to an Informal Tented Settlement occupied by Syrian refuges close to the Syrian boarder in Lebanon

A boy carries a basket of laundry as another child follows him inside Eleonas refugee camp near central Athens Monday, Dec. 14, 2015. Financially stricken Greece is the main entry point for asylum-seekers trying to enter the 28-nation European Union. More than 700,000 people have arrived so far this year but few want to remain in the country, with almost all heading to more prosperous European nations.

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A boy carries a basket of laundry as another child follows him inside Eleonas refugee camp near central Athens Monday. Financially stricken Greece is the main entry point for asylum-seekers trying to enter the 28-nation European Union

A man sits on rail tracks as migrants and refugees wait to cross the Greek-Macedonian border near Idomeni on December 8, 2015.  Since last week, Macedonia has restricted passage to northern Europe to only Syrians, Iraqis and Afghans who are considered war refugees. All other nationalities are deemed economic migrants and told to turn back, leaving over 1,500 people stuck on the border, mostly Indian, Moroccan, Bangladeshi and Pakistani.

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A man sits on rail tracks as migrants and refugees wait to cross the Greek-Macedonian border near Idomeni on Thursday.
Macedonia has restricted passage to northern Europe to only Syrians, Iraqis and Afghans who are considered war refugees

A Palestinian youth demonstrates his parkour skills at Shati refugee camp in Gaza City, on Friday.

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A Palestinian youth demonstrates his parkour skills at Shati refugee camp in Gaza City, on Friday

Children play with the wreckage of a light plane at the Mpoko Internally Displaced People (IDP) camp in Bangui on Thursday, ahead of a historical visit by the pope. Pope Francis held his first open-air mass in Africa on November 26 with huge crowds calling heavy rains "God's blessing" as they sung and danced in the Kenyan capital. The 78-year-old pontiff, the third pope to visit the continent, is also scheduled to visit Uganda and the troubled Central African Republic (CAR) on a six-day trip.

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Children play with the wreckage of a light plane at the Mpoko Internally Displaced People (IDP) camp in Bangui on Thursday, ahead of a historical visit by the pope

Afghan children displaced from Faryab, Badghis and Ghor province, stand outside a temporary shelter at an Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camp in Herat, Afghanistan, on Thursday. According to UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) figures, the number of internally displaced Afghani people was 683,000 by mid-2014, estimating they will amount to 900,000 by the end of 2015.

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Afghan children displaced from Faryab, Badghis and Ghor province, stand outside a temporary shelter at an Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camp in Herat, Afghanistan, on Thursday

A displaced Iraqi girl looks out from behind a tent at a camp in Baghdad following heavy rainfall on November 5, 2015. Torrential rain caused chaos across several parts of Iraq last week, with flood waters sweeping the capital causing flooding, deaths and property destruction

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A displaced Iraqi girl looks out from behind a tent at a camp in Baghdad following heavy rainfall on Thursday

French gendarmes proceed with operations during the eviction of around 200 refugees from a camp site in Calais, northern France, on Monday. Thousands of migrants over the summer attempted to cross the Channel Tunnel between Britain and France, which later stepped up border controls.

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French gendarmes proceed with operations during the eviction of around 200 refugees from a camp site in Calais, northern France, on Monday