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Mosul / Jamil Al Jameel / ISIS / Christian Defense Unit #1198778

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 25, 2016
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Turning now to that large scale U.S. backed offensive targeting ISIS in Iraq. On the march to Mosul, Iraqi troops freed what was the largest Christian city in that country from ISIS control. Joining that victory, Christian militiamen who fled the city two years ago. Our Richard Engel inside Iraq shows us the destruction they found when they returned. This wasteland is what's left of the town of Qaraqosh, once home to 50000 Iraqi Christians. Father Ammar Siman escaped along with everyone else two...
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