News UN mission probing Daesh crimes forced to shut in Iraq

BAGHDAD: A United Nations mission set up to help Iraq investigate alleged Daesh genocide and war crimes is being forced to shut prematurely before it can finish its probes, following a souring of its relationship with the Iraqi government.
The removal of the UN mission set up in 2017 comes nearly a decade after the extremist group rampaged across Syria and Iraq and at a time when many of Daesh’s victims still live displaced in camps and long for justice.

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