A homeless Iraqi family walks along railway tracks towards their hut, outside Baghdad, Iraq, Monday, Feb. 12, 2018.(AP Photo/Hadi Mizban)
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Kuwait Monday opened a week of conferences seeking aid for rebuilding Iraq after the onslaught of Daesh (ISIS) and tens of billions of dollars for a nation that only a generation ago invaded it.Authorities estimate Iraq needs $88.2 billion to restore a country smashed after Daesh seized the country's second-largest city of Mosul and a mass of territory in June 2014 .Iraq has published a list of some 157 projects for which it is seeking investment.TheyU.S. officials said the United States, which occupied Iraq from 2003-2011 and now leads an international coalition that provided air support against Daesh, does not plan to pledge funds at the Kuwait conference.
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