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  1. Explore the tunnels of Mosul - this is a fascinating reminder of Iraq's incredible cultural heritage

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  2. The work being done by , supported by the UK, is essential to giving the victims of Daesh the justice they deserve

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    Dec 4

    partner Libya liberated its cities of Sirte, Benghazi and Derna from Daesh, and is continuing the fight to clear Daesh from its territory

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    Dec 4

    Partner spotlight: Today we're showcasing the contribution our partner Libya has had in the fight against Daesh

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    PARTNER SPOTLIGHT: We thank our partner for the contribution they have made to the Coalition. We will be showcasing Danish efforts to help defeat Daesh on our Twitter over the next couple of days Read more at:

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    Nov 23

    UK military teams have helped to train over 77,000 Iraqi Security Forces in infantry skills, counter-IED, engineering and medical expertise in the effort to .

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  7. Many children suffered terrible traumas under Daesh rule. The UK is supporting thousands of these young people through school to give them every chance in life

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    Nov 17

    Multiple open source reports today falsely claimed that Combined Joint Task Force-Operation Inherent Resolve strikes near Hajin, Syria, resulted in the deaths of civilians.

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    Several sources are falsely claiming that Coalition strikes in Hajin pocket led to civilian casualties. The Coalition struck legitimate Daesh targets, and there was no evidence of civilians near the strikes

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    The Coalition is pleased to announce that our newly appointed Official Representative is on Twitter. Follow for updates focusing on stabilisation efforts in areas liberated from Daesh.

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  11. The UK stands with the people of , and all the victims of Daesh's brutality

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    Nov 12

    . delivers crucial reproductive and sexual health supplies and services to people caught up in humanitarian crises. Find out more:

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  13. We honour and remember all the members of the armed forces who've given their lives on the UK's behalf

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    Nov 8

    Yet more proof of Daesh’s horrific crimes against humanity. Daesh must be held to account. This report will inform the important work of the UN in gathering evidence of Daesh crimes

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    Nov 8

    The Mosul song festival brought together Iraqi artists, folklore dancers and singers in an inspiring celebration of national culture, the largest since Daesh were ejected from the city

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  16. Stabilisation work continuing in areas of liberated from Daesh. These projects are making a massive difference on the ground

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    'Being an IDP is not the end, it does not mean we stop living'. Ahmad is working to get back on his feet, but wants to return to his house in Deir Ezzor. Stabilisation work in liberated areas remains vital, to allow displaced people to return to their homes

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    Oct 28

    A guardsman from provides force protection during a range day in , whilst deployed on Operation SHADER. Defeating remains a UK priority, and we continue to play a leading role in the 79 member .

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    Oct 29

    SDF sends special forces to Hajin amid 'hard fighting' . The is engaged in a difficult battle & fighting bravely to protect & free their people from ISIS. We salute the martyred SDF heroes as the intense fight against evil continues.

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  20. The UK is committed to helping ensure the lasting defeat of Daesh. Iraqis deserve a stable and secure future, free from the fear of Daesh's return

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