Photos:I just wanted to see my family, that all I want in life

The terrible battles in Iraq turned tens of thousands of people into refugees and split up families. Several family members who were torn apart from one another were recently reunited in a refugee camp, brothers, mothers, fathers and children were reunited in tears, hugs and kisses.
According to the UN, 22,000 people have left their homes since the fighting started in Mosul. This number doesn’t include the 1,000 people from the adjacent villages who were forced to return to the city due to ISIS’s retreat in the last several days. The UN warned that continued fighting in Mosul will lead to a humanitarian crisis.
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