Special Report: Mosul aftermath

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Warning: Some viewers may find this report distressing

Doctors in Mosul have told Sky News they urgently need more international support to help cope with the overwhelming numbers of people suffering from life-changing injuries and psychological damage after the Iraqi city’s liberation from so-called Islamic State.

Our correspondent John Sparks has this special report.

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12 COMMENTS

  1. I would ask, but of course I'll never get an honest answer. What does the establishment in London think Americans owe them? How are we in debt to parliament? What do they expect?

  2. What is key is the comment from the woman in the wheelchair.. She cannot bring herself to blame ISIS for the suffering & carnage in Mosul…. People need to remember, Mosul was a city of 1.5 million residents, and was overtaken by a force of around only 3000  ISIS militants… Far from resisting, a large portion of their populace initially welcomed ISIS— just as they welcomed Al Qaida.. Sorry, there's no victimhood from assholes suffering from buyer's remorse..

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