Fallujah and Iraq’s Deepening Displacement Crisis

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Series Details 30.05.16
Publication Date 30/05/2016
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Political and economic turmoil in Iraq point to a protracted displacement crisis that will get worse before it gets better.

As the Iraqi security forces began an assault on ISIS-controlled Fallujah in May 2016, the city's remaining inhabitants were advised to flee. The author wrote that they would join the millions of Iraqis who have been displaced by conflict, adding to a crisis that merited much more attention than it was getting, both from Iraq's politicians and the international community alike.

Source Link https://www.chathamhouse.org/expert/comment/fallujah-and-iraqs-deepening-displacement-crisis
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http://eeas.europa.eu/iraq/index_en.htm http://eeas.europa.eu/iraq/index_en.htm
Chatham House: Expert Comment, 31.05.16: Suffering May Not Be Over for Iraqis 'Liberated' From ISIS https://www.chathamhouse.org/expert/comment/suffering-may-not-be-over-iraqis-liberated-isis
Chatham House: Expert Comment, 23.05.16: Fallujah Offensive Will Lay Bare Need for Local Support https://www.chathamhouse.org/expert/comment/fallujah-offensive-will-lay-bare-need-local-support

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