I went to Mosul last December. The city, liberated from ISIS during the summer, was then quiet and it was surreal walk safely where I witnessed danger and explosions. A vast portion of it was razed to the ground. After covering many conflicts, the heartbreaking and silent devastation in West Mosul hit me particularly hard. I felt a quiet respect toward […]
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