The Norwegian Council: 277 thousand and 506 people displaced from Mosul

Mosul-ALSHARQIYA   July 10 : The Norwegian Refugee Council announced that 277,506 people are still displaced from the city of Mosul after its liberation from ISIS control
 The Council posted tweets on Twitter on the occasion of the third anniversary of the liberation of Mosul, in which it said that 100% of the people of Mosul working with daily wages were affected by the economic challenges related to the Corona virus, which increased the burden on the people, while eighty-three 83% of the conductors lost their jobs and faced financial problems /
 The director of the council in Iraq, Reshana Hanifa, expressed her concern about the effects of Covid_19 on the most vulnerable groups in Mosul, and indicated that the city's residents had gone through years of war at a time when some of them had started to return their lives to normal.


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