War-weary Mosul residents scramble for aid

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War-weary Mosul residents scramble for aid

Residents of eastern Mosul, the part of the Iraqi city recaptured from ISIL by government forces, continue to suffer a lack of basic necessities.

Food remains very expensive because there is only one major road connecting the city to the outside world, and few people have paid work.

Aid organisations are handing out food packages to people but the need is so great that distribution sometimes descends into chaos.

There is no electricity nor running water.

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