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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 decline as COVID-19 curbs weigh on Chinese economy

Oil prices decline as COVID-19 curbs weigh on Chinese economy

New initiative aims to develop Benin's textile sector

New initiative aims to develop Benin's textile sector

Meta shares plunge to their lowest value since 2016

Meta shares plunge to their lowest value since 2016

Elon Musk completes $44B buyout of social media platform Twitter

Elon Musk completes $44B buyout of social media platform Twitter

Sunak inherits massive problems as Britain's latest PM

Sunak inherits massive problems as Britain's latest PM

Credit Suisse has reported massive loss ahead of restructuring

Credit Suisse has reported massive loss ahead of restructuring

Amazon stock sinks 13% on weak Q4 guidance

Amazon stock sinks 13% on weak Q4 guidance

European natural gas prices have fallen sharply this week

European natural gas prices have fallen sharply this week

Tech stocks plummet as Microsoft, Google disappoint

Tech stocks plummet as Microsoft, Google disappoint

Investors calm as Rishi Sunak set to be UK's new prime minister

Investors calm as Rishi Sunak set to be UK's new prime minister

Chinese economy grew by 3.9% in three months to September

Chinese economy grew by 3.9% in three months to September

Market Movers: US banks report sharp declines in Q3 earnings

Market Movers: US banks report sharp declines in Q3 earnings

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