The search for truth about the 'disappeared' of Mosul

By Jérémy André

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In Mosul in northern Iraq, nine months after the defeat of the Islamic State (IS) group’s three-year occupation of the city, the relief of the liberation has now given way to anger for thousands of people among the population whose close family disappeared under the rule of the jihadist occupiers and who complain of being abandoned by the Iraqi authorities in their quest for the truth.