Mosul, Iraq, gets rebuilt, 5 years after ISIS nearly destroyed 12th Century mosque
The iconic 12th Century mosque in the Iraqi city of Mosul is being rebuilt after ISIS nearly destroyed it five years ago. It’s now well under reconstruction — a symbol of the city’s comeback.
NPR’s Jason Beaubien reports.
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