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Iraqi families displaced from the areas of Hawija and Hamrin in northern Iraq traveled to Kirkuk governorate in search of safety on Aug. 31. Thousands continue to flee ISIS-held areas. Marwan Ibrahim/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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As Noose Tightens Around ISIS In Iraq, Civilians Flee Hunger And Cold

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Bob Woodruff in 2014. Jemal Countess/Getty Images hide caption

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ABC's Bob Woodruff: The Unexpected Life

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A Shiite militia fighter stands in front of a damaged building in Tikrit, Iraq, in April, just days after Islamic State fighters were driven out. Many of the city's Sunni residents have now returned, but the armed Shiite groups remain. For now, the Sunnis and Shiites are mostly getting along. MOHAMMED SAWAF/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Fragile Peace Of An Iraqi City Once Run By ISIS

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Iraqis shop in a Baghdad market back in September. The country is facing severe econoimc problems as the government wages war against ISIS at a time of falling oil revenue. Millions of Iraqis have been driven from their homes, and the country faces huge rebuilding costs in cities damaged by previous fighting. Karim Kadim/AP hide caption

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Iraq Faces A Perfect Economic Storm

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Iran Unfreezes Bank Assets With Iran Nuclear Deal In Place

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Islamic State Destroys 1,400-Year-Old Christian Monastery In Iraq

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U.N. Report Describes The Impact Of War On Iraqi Civilians

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Civilians are loaded in a truck to be taken to safe places Thursday as Iraqi security forces clear the Soufiya neighborhood of Islamic State fighters in central Ramadi, 70 miles west of Baghdad, Iraq. Khalid Mohammed/AP hide caption

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U.S. Investigating Disappearance Of Americans In Iraq

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Iraqi security forces and allied Sunni tribal fighters evacuate an injured woman after she was shot by the Islamic State in Ramadi on Jan. 4. Iraqi forces have pushed ISIS out of much of Ramadi, but daily fighting is still taking place in the southeast part of the city, where ISIS is using civilians as human shields, according to the Iraqi military. Uncredited/AP hide caption

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In Shattered Ramadi, A Weakened ISIS Fights On Behind Human Shields

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Kurdish Delegation In Washington Looks For U.S. Assistance To Fight ISIS

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Prices, as seen at a gas station in Woodbridge, Va., on Tuesday, are 21 cents a gallon cheaper than this time last year. The drop violates the historic rule that tension such as that currently between key producers Saudi Arabia and Iran causes the cost of a barrel of oil to rise. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Iraq Holds First National Beauty Pageant In 40 Years

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