joint center for relief and shelter of displaced persons announced on Monday that
all refugee camps in Iraq will be closed in the first quarter of 2018.
In a press release, the center added that all refugee camps in Iraq will be closed by March, adding that there are only 200,000 refugees inside Iraq.
The center noted that the money allocated to the refugees will be transferred to reconstruction efforts of the areas and cities namely in Mosul and Anbar that were destroyed during the war against terrorism.
He added that most of the refugees do not want to return to their hometowns especially that their homes were destroyed in the military operations.
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