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In pictures - Iraq: Population movement

An overview of Sinjar, a town in Ninawa governorate where the Iraq Red Crescent is taking care of over 70.000 civilians. Ibrahim Malla /IFRC

 

Refugees in Sinjar take support from Iraq Red Crescent volunteers. Ibrahim Malla /IFRC

 

  A man is happy to take the food parcels for his family from the Iraq Red Crescent volunteers in in Moula Berwan, Dohuk province, where the Iraq Red Crescent is taking care of 160 families who fled from the violence in Karakush, a town between Erbil and Mosul. Ibrahim Malla/IFRC

 

Iraq Red Crescent volunteers distributing Milk in Sinjar. The refugees are in need of the most basic items for their survival, so the Iraq Red Crescent is distributing food and non-food items, particularly water, ice, milk for babies and hot meals every day. Ibrahim Malla/IFRC

 

  A girl is happy to take some food from the parcel that her family got from the Iraq Red Crescent volunteers in in Moula Berwan, Dohuk province, where the Iraq Red Crescent is taking care of 160 families who fled from the violence in Karakush, a town between Erbil and Mosul. Ibrahim Malla/IFRC

 

Iraq Red Crescent volunteers distributing water in Sinjar. Ibrahim/Malla

 

  A girl waiting for her food parcel in Moula Berwan, Dohuk province, where the Iraq Red Crescent is taking care of 160 families who fled from the violence in Karakush, a town between Erbil and Mosul. Ibrahim Malla/IFRC

 

  A girl took her meal from the Iraq Red Crescent in Sinjar. . The Iraq Red Crescent is taking care of over 70.000 civilians, mostly children and women, who recently fled from Tal Afar and took shelter in schools, mosques and unfinished buildings in the area of Sinjar, a village close to Mosul, in Ninawa governorate. Ibrahim Malla/IFRC


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