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Iraq to shutter displacement camps

Iraq is working on closing all displacement camps this year and to return the displaced people to their homelands.
Habbaniyah displacement camp

As the holy month of Ramadan starts, and the hot summer weather is just around the corner, the Iraqi government is putting the final touches on the issue of closing displacement camps in a number of Iraqi provinces. However, some obstacles have been impeding this goal, which Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi included in his government platform and promised to achieve.

On April 11, the Ministry of Immigration and Displacement held a conference on facilitating the return of the displaced to their homes called “Our Displaced: Challenge and Achievement.” 

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