June 9th, 2015
Episode 418 of 1699 episodes
The militant group overran Iraq's second-biggest city Mosul a year ago and since then it has managed to stifle all political, religious and cultural dissent. The BBC's Ghadi Sary has been following events in Mosul, gathering testimonies from people inside, and meeting people who have left the city.
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