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The black flag of Sunni Muslim extremist group, ISIS, hangs from a Mosul overpass.
Ain’t Nothing Going On But The Rent:
How Extremists Rig Mosul’s Money Markets In Their Favour
17.03.2016  |  Economy
On the border between Mosul and Iraqi Kurdistan: Mosul under extremist rule has closed itself to Iraq, and opened roads to Syria.
The New Masters of the Market:
Syrian Traders Flock to Mosul For Iraqi Profits
18.06.2015  |  Economy
Housing crisis: Not much left to live in, inside Mosul, after fighting finishes.
Another Sort Of Killing:
Mosul Real Estate Crisis Sees Rents Go Sky High
5.07.2017  |  Economy
return of the orient express
mosul plans revival of train services
18.10.2012  |  Economy
Dinar worries: some Mosul locals fear that extremists will take all of thier money.
Paying For The Caliphate
When Extremists Become Bad Bank Managers In Mosul
4.09.2014  |  Economy
The images of an al-Qaeda representative accepting blackmail money, as taken during a police sting operation in Mosul.
targeting terrorist mafia
campaign against deadly blackmail in mosul
29.03.2012  |  Economy
smuggling weapons into syria
on the job with iraq’s gun runners
8.03.2012  |  Economy
suited to terrorism
iraqi tailors driven out of business by extremists
9.08.2012  |  Economy
mosul\'s property racket
courts sell houses out from under overseas owners
7.08.2013  |  Economy
adventurous agriculture
mosul\'s mushroom farm a first for Iraq
1.09.2011  |  Economy
mosul’s generators
dangerous, corrupt & use enough wire to wrap the earth
26.04.2012  |  Economy
السجائر باتت بضاعة المهربين المربحة في الموصل
Trailing Iraq\\\'s cigarette smugglers
bandits, border guards and big profits
20.07.2011  |  Economy
ninawa’s never ending story
development projects hampered by blackmailers, extremists
6.09.2012  |  Economy