Iraq

Garbage pickers collect ride on donkey cart while looking for recyclable materials at a rubbish dump in the outskirts of Baghdad, Iraq

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Garbage pickers ride a donkey cart while looking for recyclable materials at a rubbish dump in the outskirts of Baghdad, Iraq

Iraqi security forces detain a boy after removing a suicide vest from him in Kirkuk, Iraq

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Iraqi security forces detain a boy after removing a suicide vest from him in Kirkuk, Iraq

stickers and a picture decorate a wall in a caravan where a Christian family has been living in Irbil, Iraq. They were forced to flee their town when Islamic State militants took control of their town two years ago.

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Stickers and a picture decorate a wall in a caravan where a Christian family has been living in Irbil, Iraq. They were forced to flee their home town of Mosul when Islamic State militants took control two years ago

epa05409938 An Iraqi man weeps during his visit to the site of a suicide truck bomb attack in Karada district in central Baghdad, Iraq, 06 July 2016. Hundreds of Iraqis participate in a prayer vigil for the victims of Karada bombing in Baghdad which was killed at least 200 people and wounded hundreds others on 3 July 2016, during the first day of Muslim festival of Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan.  EPA/ALI ABBAS

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An Iraqi man weeps during his visit to the site of a suicide truck bomb attack in Karada district in central Baghdad, Iraq

A protester outside the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London, where the publication of the Chilcot inquiry into the Iraq War is taking place. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Wednesday July 6, 2016. See PA story POLITICS Chilcot. Photo credit should read: Yui Mok/PA Wire

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A protester outside the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London, where the publication of the Chilcot inquiry into the Iraq War is taking place

Iraqis react as they visit the aftermath of a massive bombing in Baghdad's Karrada neighbourhood on July 4, 2016.  Iraqis mourned the more than 200 people killed by a jihadist-claimed suicide car bombing that was among the deadliest ever attacks in the country. The blast, which the Islamic State group said it carried out, hit the Karrada district early on July 3 as the area was packed with shoppers ahead of this week's holiday marking the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.   / AFP PHOTO / SABAH ARARSABAH ARAR/AFP/Getty Images

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Iraqis react as they visit the aftermath of a massive bombing in Baghdad’s Karrada neighbourhood. Iraqis mourned the more than 200 people killed by a jihadist-claimed suicide car bombing that was among the deadliest ever attacks in the country. The blast, which the Islamic State group said it carried out, hit the Karrada district on Sunday. 

Members of Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces parade Shiite step on a representation of an Israeli flag during a commemoration of Al-Quds (Jerusalem) Day in Baghdad, Iraq, Friday, July. 1, 2016. The late Iranian leader Ayatollah Khomeini declared the last Friday of the Islamic fasting month of Ramadan as "al-Quds Day," Arabic for Jerusalem, a day of protest to show the importance of Jerusalem to Muslims. Jerusalem is the third holiest site in Islam after the Saudi Arabian cities of Mecca and Medina. (AP Photo/Hadi Mizban)

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Members of Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces parade march on a representation of an Israeli flag during a commemoration of Al-Quds (Jerusalem) Day in Baghdad, Iraq

Iraqi government forces are seen near the Falahat village west of Fallujah on June 27, 2016.  Iraqi forces took the Islamic State group's last positions in the city of Fallujah on June 26, establishing full control over one of the jihadists' most emblematic bastions after a month-long operation

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Iraqi government forces are seen near the Falahat village west of Fallujah on June 27, 2016. Iraqi forces took the Islamic State group’s last positions in the city of Fallujah on Sunday, establishing full control over one of the jihadists’ most emblematic bastions after a month-long operation

Displaced children, who fled from Islamic State violence, and the needy receive free food distributed during the fasting month of Ramadan at a restaurant in Baghdad, Iraq, June 22, 2016. REUTERS/Ahmed Saad     TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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Displaced children, who fled from Islamic State violence, and the needy receive free food distributed during the fasting month of Ramadan at a restaurant in Baghdad 

Displaced Iraqis who fled the government's operation against the Islamic State (IS) group in the city of Fallujah carry basic food items donated by a NGO called Preemptive Love Coalition in a camp in Khaldiyeh.

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An Iraqi girl who fled from of Islamic State violence, is seen during World Refugee Day celebrations at Al-salam refugee camp in Baghdad, Iraq, June 20, 2016.

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An Iraqi girl who fled from of Islamic State violence, is seen during World Refugee Day celebrations at Al-salam refugee camp in Baghdad, Iraq, June 20, 2016.

An Internally displaced woman arrives to a camp outside Fallujah, Iraq, Monday, June 14, 2016. The U.N. estimates about 50,000 civilians are trapped inside the city and that 42,000 people have fled Fallujah since a military operation to retake the city began in late May. Organizations such as MSF and The Norwegian Refugee Council say the number of those who've fled is closer to 30,000, lower than the U.N. estimate. (AP Photo/Hadi Mizban)

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An Internally displaced woman arrives to a camp outside Fallujah, Iraq. The U.N. estimates about 50,000 civilians are trapped inside the city and that 42,000 people have fled Fallujah since a military operation to retake the city began in late May

New recruits attend a training given by the Furqat al-Abbas brigades at the brigade's headquarters east of the southeastern Iraqi city of Basra on June 13, 2016.  The training includes fitness and how to handle a weapon.  / AFP PHOTO / HAIDAR MOHAMMED ALIHAIDAR MOHAMMED ALI/AFP/Getty Images

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New recruits attend a training given by the Furqat al-Abbas brigades at the brigade’s headquarters east of the southeastern Iraqi city of Basra. The training includes fitness and how to handle a weapon 

A survivor looks for his family members at the scene of a deadly suicide car bomb attack in the New Baghdad neighborhood of Baghdad, Iraq

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A survivor looks for his family members at the scene of a deadly suicide car bomb attack in the New Baghdad neighborhood of Baghdad, Iraq

Iraqi soldiers patrol the streets of Saqlawiyah, north west of Fallujah, on June 8, 2016, during an operation to regain territory from the Islamic State (IS) group. Iraqi pro-government forces, made up of fighters from the army, the police and the Popular Mobilisation units, gained new ground from the Islamic State group in a key area west of the jihadist in Fallujah. Led by the country's counter-terrorism service, Iraqi forces and allied militias backed by air support from a US-led coalition began an operation on May 23 to wrest the city of Fallujah from IS.   / AFP PHOTO / AHMAD AL-RUBAYEAHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP/Getty Images

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Iraqi soldiers patrol the streets of Saqlawiyah, north west of Fallujah during an operation to regain territory from the Islamic State 

TOPSHOT - Iraqi pro-governement forces fire their weapons on a front line in the Albu Huwa area, south of Fallujah near the Euphrates river, on May 31, 2016, during an operation aimed at retaking areas from the Islamic State group. Iraqi forces launched an offensive a week ago to recapture Fallujah, which became an IS group stronghold after its fighters seized the city in January 2014. / AFP PHOTO / MOADH AL-DULAIMIMOADH AL-DULAIMI/AFP/Getty Images

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Iraqi pro-governement forces fire their weapons on a front line in the Albu Huwa area, south of Fallujah near the Euphrates river during an operation aimed at retaking areas from the Islamic State group

Iraqi security forces gather near Falluja, Iraq, May 31, 2016.  REUTERS/Alaa Al-Marjani

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Iraqi security forces gather near Fallujah, Iraq

Shi'ite fighters with Iraqi security forces fire artillery during clashes with Islamic State militants near Falluja...Shi'ite fighters with Iraqi security forces fire artillery during clashes with Islamic State militants near Falluja, Iraq, May 29, 2016.  REUTERS/Alaa Al-Marjani

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Shia fighters with Iraqi security forces fire artillery during clashes with Islamic State militants near Fallujah, Iraq

TOPSHOT - Iraqi pro-government forces fire an anti-tank cannon near al-Sejar village, north-east of Fallujah, on May 25, 2016, as they take part in a major assault to retake the city from the Islamic State (IS) group. Iraqi forces, consisting of special forces, soldiers, police, paramilitary-fighters and pro-government tribesmen, launched a major assault to retake Fallujah, the scene of deadly battles during the US occupation and one of the toughest targets yet in Baghdad's war on the Islamic State group. / AFP PHOTO / AHMAD AL-RUBAYEAHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP/Getty Images

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Iraqi pro-government forces fire an anti-tank cannon near al-Sejar village, north-east of Fallujah as they take part in a major assault to retake the city from the Islamic State group 

A Shi'ite fighter stands next to a religious flag near Falluja, Iraq, May 24, 2016.  REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani

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A Shia fighter stands next to a religious flag near Fallujah, Iraq