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Feb. 24, 2017. Iraqi special forces advance in western Mosul, where Iraqi forces apparently took full control of the international airport on the city's southwestern edge. (Photo: ©AP Photo/ Khalid Mohammed.) This photo is licensed; do not download or copy.
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