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In a former ISIS stronghold, tribes, civic groups, women negotiate a pact to bring displaced people

In a year of Iraqi turmoil, including protests that ousted a government and rivalry between Iran and Turkey, Iraqi tribal and community leaders are strengthening a new peace agreement in a locale that has seen some of the worst brutality of recent years—the northern city of Tal Afar. Civic, tribal and government leaders recently agreed to a pact that can open a path for more than 60,000 displaced residents to return home and rebuild following the war with ISIS.

Typical of the damage caused by the battle for retaking Tal Afar in August 2017. © Des Clark

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