In July last year, so-called Islamic State's militants were forced out of the Iraqi city of Mosul after a nine-month battle which left at least 10,000 people dead.
Now, ITV News Correspondent Emma Murphy, News Editor Lutfi Abu Aun and cameraman Dave Harman have travelled to the city to witness the devastation residents have been left to deal with.
This is some of the raw footage the team filmed.
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The Iraqi citizens won High Court damages against the government for alleged ill-treatment and unlawful detention during the Iraq War.Read the full story ›
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Mosul, Iraq's second biggest city became a stronghold for so-called Islamic State after it seized control in June 2014.Read the full story ›
The bomber staged a suicide attack near a busy marketplace in Tuz Khurmatu, around 120 miles north of Baghdad.Read the full story ›
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Around 7,300 people are also injured as the powerful 7.3 magnitude quake - followed by 50 aftershocks - hit both countries.Read the full story ›
Two weeks after fighting together against the Islamic State group, Iraqi forces pushed their Kurdish allies out of the disputed city.Read the full story ›