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No plan for Mosul: chaos and neglect slow Iraqi city’s recovery

John Davison writes for Reuters:

The demolition of a wrecked building in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul where Islamic State used to execute men they said were gay is already in its third month.

The digger on top of the building is hired for $300 a day, a laborer at the site said. It often stands idle.

The regional governor denies allegations of fraud and says not enough money is coming to his office to fund rehabilitation.

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