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Post by RamblerNash on Fri Feb 24, 2017 12:19 am

Mosul: 750 thousand civilians on the brink of starvation

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Last Updated: Friday, 02/24/2017 m, at 2:00 am local time for the city of Doha

MOSUL ( Reuters ) - Relief organizations warned that the 750 thousand civilians are trapped in Mosul, and that most of them "on the brink of starvation , " while Iraqi forces make their way towards the western half of the northern Iraqi city. Hundreds of thousands of civilians languishing in areas under the control of the organization Daesh remains, while humanitarian organizations say that food supplies decreasing. An Iraqi man who fled his village in northern Mosul with his family still trapped in the west of the city: " The people are starving , where no food and no doctors, there is nothing to be eaten there or wheat flour and rice and milk." This has resulted in the shortage to a sharp rise in food prices, and in areas where the markets are still open -aly Qltha- most families are unable to buy their needs, but that there is a report of some areas you talk about that people were forced to eat cats severity of hunger. The Daily Telegraph quoted the director of the branch of "Save the Children" in Iraq Maurizio Krevaaro to say: "What let go to our ears from inside the western districts of Mosul , calls for serious concern." "Even if there had food in some markets, people left their money by buying their needs, Families and children on the brink of starvation." And compare some of the population situation in Mosul , what happened to the Syrian Madaya, where people died of starvation in that city that Tsatralleha opposition because of the blockade imposed by the system.

British newspaper went on to say that the survival of the population in western Mosul , gave a sense of normalcy to the city, but that made it difficult for aid agencies to reach them to provide them with assistance. She pointed out that more than half of the population stranded in western Mosul , totaling 750 thousand are under the age of 18 years. The Minister of Immigration and Displaced Iraqi, Jassim dry, has announced that the number of displaced people from the province of Nineveh and the city of Hawija in Kirkuk, rose to 220 thousand displaced people. This came in statements to the minister during a joint news conference with Canadian Minister of Development, Marie - Claude, who is visiting Baghdad. He said dry: "The number of people displaced from Nineveh and Hawija , 220 thousand displaced people, while 63 thousand displaced people returned to their areas liberated from the city of Mosul.

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