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One AP team traveled to several towns in northern Iraq, including Eski Mosul, north of Mosul, where residents are just emerging from nearly seven months under ISIS rule.Two other ISIS fighters were brought in for stealing booty looted from the Syrian Kurdish town of Ain al-Arab, also known as Kobani rather than sharing it with other fighters.ISIS swept into the village of some 3,000 families in June last year, established its reign over a grim seven-month period, then fled in January when Kurdish fighters ran them out.So when ISIS took over, fighters demanded she apply for a repentance card.
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