Aid groups and diplomats in northern Iraq expect ongoing military operations dislodging the Islamic State group from Mosul to produce a potentially catastrophic humanitarian crisis. Professionals on the ground told Devex they are ready to meet the immediate needs of the up to 1 million who could be displaced by the fighting. But the medium- and long-term future is less clear.
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