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Trapped Between Iraqi Forces, IS, Civilians Slowly Starving

Thousands of families trapped between Islamic State extremists and Iraqi forces in the city of Fallujah are being forced to eat rotten food and soup made of grass. Reports from inside the city say children are starting to die as families run out of milk and milk powder and can only feed their infants water with sugar. Mothers are suffering from malnutrition. It is also being reported that even when food is available, one kilogram of rice now costs about $40 and a 50-kilo bag of flour...

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