The city of Mosul has become the latest frontline in the war against ISIS and hunger in Iraq. Tens of thousands of families have fled the violence, reuniting with food and loved ones after years of separation. M.J. talks to Alex Murdoch, a World Food Program communications officer in Iraq, about documenting the human experience of this exodus – from the heartbreak of continual displacement to the joys of unexpected reunion.
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