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In his push for economic development, Turkey’s president flooded the archaeological gem of Hasankeyf along the Tigris River, displaced thousands of families and destroyed their livelihoods.

Jul 3, 1920 - Women washing clothes along the Tigris River in Mosul, Iraq#100yearsago 

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Jun 26, 1920 - Pontoon bridge over the Tigris River at Mosul, Iraq#100yearsago 

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A boy dives into the Tigris river as temperatures soar while pools are closed due to coronavirus restrictions in Baghdad, Iraq. More photos of the day: 📷 Khalid al-Mousily

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A boy dives into the Tigris river to cool down, as the temperature soars while pools are closed due to curfew imposed to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Baghdad, Iraq. Picture by REUTERS/Khalid al-Mousily See more at:

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Photo of the Day: Iraqis cross the Tigris River by a boat near a bridge which was destroyed during the war against the Islamic State, in Mosul, Iraq, June 1, 2020. (📸: Reuters/Abdullah Rashid) . . . #photooftheday  #potd  #mosul  #iraq  #islamicstate  #wa …

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Iraq serious challenges: the US, Iran, ISIS Plus a “difficult to form” cabinet: ISIS aims to regain some control over financial resources (oil) and has been gathering forces coming overland and along the Tigris river. via @ejmalrai 

March 1920 - Drawing of travelers crossing a pontoon bridge over the Tigris River at Mosul, during the post-war British occupation of Mesopotamia (Iraq) #100yearsago 

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VIDEO: 🔊 In Turkey, the hamlet of Hasankeyf, which has stood on the banks of the Tigris river for 12,000 years, sinks more and more every day. At fault: the construction of a dam on the river, 60 kilometres downstream

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3,500-year-old city emerges on the banks of the Tigris River in drought hit northern Iraq. And no, it's not Atlantis.

For up to 12,000 years, the Tigris River has sustained the people of Hasankeyf, one of the oldest known human settlements on Earth. Now, time is running out. Soon a controversial dam project will swell the Tigris until its waters swallow the city whole.

At least 55 people are dead, including 12 children, after an overcrowded ferry capsizes in Iraq's Tigris river in Mosul.

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At least 55 people have died, including 12 children, as an overcrowded ferry capsized in Iraq's Tigris river in Mosul

Iraqi forces plant flag on bank of Tigris River as Prime Minister al-Abadi declares victory over ISIS in Mosul

Inspired by an archival design, the bucket bag joins the world of #Gucci Dionysus, defined by the tiger head detail—a reference to the Greek god Dionysus, who in myth is said to have crossed the river Tigris on a tiger sent to him by Zeus. #GucciCruise18  #AlessandroMichele 

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Iraqi forces plant flag on bank of Tigris River as Prime Minister al-Abadi declares victory over ISIS in Mosul.

Iraqi forces plant flag on bank of Tigris River as Prime Minister al-Abadi declares victory over ISIS in Mosul.

Iraqi government forces capture Mosul's al-Hurriya (Freedom) Bridge over the River Tigris

2. The front line is now demarcated by the Tigris River. We are waiting for the Iraqi army to make their push into Western Mosul:

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