People Fleeing Islamic State-Controlled Areas Flood Baghdad
Baghdad’s neighborhoods are home to increasing numbers of people who have fled areas controlled by the so-called Islamic State militants.
Many of those displaced come from Anbar province, west of Baghdad. They need aid, and it’s a struggle for the government and international community to get it to them, as the BBC’s Ahmed Maher reports from Baghdad.
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- Ahmed Maher, reporter for the BBC.
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