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Life After Daesh: Women allowed to use public pools in Mosul

It's been just over a year since Daesh was defeated and forced out of Mosul. Now, as the northern Iraqi city returns to normal, it's also breaking with its conservative tradition. For the first time, women have been allowed to use public pools. And as Melinda Nucifora reports, it's inspired a new generation of swimmers.

Rebuilding Mosul: One year on, Mosul's families still suffering

Rebuilding Mosul: One year on, Mosul's families still suffering

Mosul After Daesh: Tuesday marks one year since city's liberation

Mosul After Daesh: Tuesday marks one year since city's liberation

Iraq`s Displaced: Arab families denied access to their homes

Iraq`s Displaced: Arab families denied access to their homes

Iraq KRG Elections: Vote underway after parliamentary polls

Iraq KRG Elections: Vote underway after parliamentary polls

Oil prices fall to seven-month lows as demand weakens

Oil prices fall to seven-month lows as demand weakens

China trade data disappoints, signals global recession

China trade data disappoints, signals global recession

OPEC+ decides to recut oil output over recession expectations

OPEC+ decides to recut oil output over recession expectations

Germany announces $65B stimulus package to help consumers

Germany announces $65B stimulus package to help consumers

Ukraine crisis saps demand for Egyptian jasmine exports

Ukraine crisis saps demand for Egyptian jasmine exports

China’s tech giants posted worst quarter on record

China’s tech giants posted worst quarter on record

Sri Lanka to receive $2.9B from IMF over four years

Sri Lanka to receive $2.9B from IMF over four years

Founder of failed crypto exchange Thodex arrested in Albania

Founder of failed crypto exchange Thodex arrested in Albania

Millions left homeless, roads and bridges washed away in Pakistan

Millions left homeless, roads and bridges washed away in Pakistan

OPEC+ alliance seeking to reverse recent decline in crude prices

OPEC+ alliance seeking to reverse recent decline in crude prices

US restricts sale of high-tech computer chips to Chinese firms

US restricts sale of high-tech computer chips to Chinese firms

Oil investors grapple with prospects of OPEC supply cuts and fears of weaker demand

Oil investors grapple with prospects of OPEC supply cuts and fears of weaker demand

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