Separated Iraqi families hold emotional reunions in liberated eastern Mosul

b_179_129_16777215_00_images_131108ROMaa001.jpegDIYALA, Iraq — After pleading with Iraqi soldiers to let him pass through a checkpoint and proceed to his neighborhood in eastern Mosul, Ahmed Al Ta’ee finally reached home.

No one was expecting him, not even his wife. When he called out to her and his two daughters, they were too afraid to answer. He found them huddled in a back room.

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