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Families Fleeing Iraq’s Fallujah in ‘State of Shock’

Residents fleeing the fierce fighting between Iraqi forces and Islamic State (IS) militants in Fallujah are in a "state of shock", reeling from the gunfire and months of near-starvation. According to the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), which has teams receiving those who manage to escape, the humanitarian situation in the city is desperate. "Fighting has intensified, but there are still no safe routes out of Fallujah for the trapped civilians," NRC said in a...

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