Help is returning to Iraq

BAGHDAD - Foreign aid agencies are slowly returning to address Iraq's massive humanitarian woes following a fall in violence in the country.

BAGHDAD - Foreign aid agencies are slowly returning to address Iraq's massive humanitarian woes following a fall in violence in the country.

The five-year-old conflict in Iraq has displaced around 2,8 million people internally, while health and education services have been badly hit by a lack of funding and the loss of qualified staff who have fled abroad.

The UN's refugee agency has recently returned foreign staff to Iraq. - Reuters

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