D.I.Y. Mosul Fed up with government inaction, young people start rebuilding Mosul on their own. But in post-ISIS Iraq, volunteering can quickly become an act of rebellion.
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D.I.Y. Mosul

D.I.Y. Mosul

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Fed up with government inaction, young people start rebuilding Mosul on their own. But in post-ISIS Iraq, volunteering can quickly become an act of rebellion.

Young Iraqis step up as volunteers to clean the streets and reconnect the water lines, and remove dead bodies of ISIS fighters, when the government won't. Sangar Khaleel for NPR hide caption

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