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Iraq's foreign minister said on Monday that the fight to wrest back control of Mosul from ISIS was making progress, citing what he called better-than-expected cohesion within Iraqi security forces and the U.S.-led coalition.Al-Jaafari told reporters that he expected U.S. President-elect Donald Trump to continue to support Iraq in its battle against ISIS, as well as urgently needed reconstruction efforts once Mosul was liberated.Turkey is worried that Shiite militias who are supporting Iraqi forces could seek revenge against Sunni Turkmen in the city of Tal Afar, which sits on the main road between Mosul and Syria and has been a center for insurgents in Iraq since 2003 .
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