UN: Reconstruction of landmark Mosul mosque to begin in 2020

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UN: Reconstruction of landmark Mosul mosque to begin in 2020

FILE - In this July 4, 2017, file photo, fleeing Iraqi civilians walk past the heavily damaged al-Nuri mosque as Iraqi forces continue their advance against Islamic State militants in Iraq's Old City of Mosul. The United Nations' cultural agency says reconstruction of Al-Nouri Mosque in Iraq's city of Mosul is scheduled to start at the beginning of 2020. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana, File)
Governor of the province Nineveh Mansour al-Mareed, left, and Iraq's Culture Minister Abdulamir al-Dafar Hamdani, center, meet UNESCO'S Director-General Audrey Azoulay at the UNESCO's headquarters in Paris, Wednesday, Sept. 11. 2019. Iraqi officials meet at the UN's cultural agency in Paris to discuss plans for an ambitious $100 million reconstruction of the Islamic State-ravaged city of Mosul. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)
Iraq's Culture Minister Abdulamir al-Dafar Hamdani, left, and Governor of the province Nineveh Mansour al-Mareed, right, are welcomed by UNESCO'S Director-General Audrey Azoulay at the UNESCO's headquarters in Paris, Wednesday, Sept. 11. 2019. Iraqi officials meet at the UN's cultural agency in Paris to discuss plans for an ambitious $100 million reconstruction of the Islamic State-ravaged city of Mosul. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)
Governor of the province Nineveh Mansour al-Mareed, left, UNESCO'S Director-General Audrey Azoulay , center, and Iraq's Culture Minister Abdulamir al-Dafar Hamdani attend a media conference at the UNESCO's headquarters in Paris, Wednesday, Sept. 11. 2019. Iraqi officials meet at the UN's cultural agency in Paris to discuss plans for an ambitious $100 million reconstruction of the Islamic State-ravaged city of Mosul. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)
Iraq's Culture Minister Abdulamir al-Dafar Hamdani, left, is welcomed by UNESCO'S Director-General Audrey Azoulay at the UNESCO's headquarters in Paris, Wednesday, Sept. 11. 2019. Iraqi officials meet at the UN's cultural agency in Paris to discuss plans for an ambitious $100 million reconstruction of the Islamic State-ravaged city of Mosul. (AP Photo/Michel Euler) HAMDANI
Iraq's Culture Minister Abdulamir al-Dafar Hamdani, left, is welcomed by UNESCO'S Director-General Audrey Azoulay at the UNESCO's headquarters in Paris, Wednesday, Sept. 11. 2019. Iraqi officials meet at the UN's cultural agency in Paris to discuss plans for an ambitious $100 million reconstruction of the Islamic State-ravaged city of Mosul. (AP Photo/Michel Euler) HAMDANI

UN: Reconstruction of landmark Mosul mosque to begin in 2020

FILE - In this July 4, 2017, file photo, fleeing Iraqi civilians walk past the heavily damaged al-Nuri mosque as Iraqi forces continue their advance against Islamic State militants in Iraq's Old City of Mosul. The United Nations' cultural agency says reconstruction of Al-Nouri Mosque in Iraq's city of Mosul is scheduled to start at the beginning of 2020. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana, File)
Governor of the province Nineveh Mansour al-Mareed, left, and Iraq's Culture Minister Abdulamir al-Dafar Hamdani, center, meet UNESCO'S Director-General Audrey Azoulay at the UNESCO's headquarters in Paris, Wednesday, Sept. 11. 2019. Iraqi officials meet at the UN's cultural agency in Paris to discuss plans for an ambitious $100 million reconstruction of the Islamic State-ravaged city of Mosul. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)
Iraq's Culture Minister Abdulamir al-Dafar Hamdani, left, and Governor of the province Nineveh Mansour al-Mareed, right, are welcomed by UNESCO'S Director-General Audrey Azoulay at the UNESCO's headquarters in Paris, Wednesday, Sept. 11. 2019. Iraqi officials meet at the UN's cultural agency in Paris to discuss plans for an ambitious $100 million reconstruction of the Islamic State-ravaged city of Mosul. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)
Governor of the province Nineveh Mansour al-Mareed, left, UNESCO'S Director-General Audrey Azoulay , center, and Iraq's Culture Minister Abdulamir al-Dafar Hamdani attend a media conference at the UNESCO's headquarters in Paris, Wednesday, Sept. 11. 2019. Iraqi officials meet at the UN's cultural agency in Paris to discuss plans for an ambitious $100 million reconstruction of the Islamic State-ravaged city of Mosul. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)
Iraq's Culture Minister Abdulamir al-Dafar Hamdani, left, is welcomed by UNESCO'S Director-General Audrey Azoulay at the UNESCO's headquarters in Paris, Wednesday, Sept. 11. 2019. Iraqi officials meet at the UN's cultural agency in Paris to discuss plans for an ambitious $100 million reconstruction of the Islamic State-ravaged city of Mosul. (AP Photo/Michel Euler) HAMDANI
Iraq's Culture Minister Abdulamir al-Dafar Hamdani, left, is welcomed by UNESCO'S Director-General Audrey Azoulay at the UNESCO's headquarters in Paris, Wednesday, Sept. 11. 2019. Iraqi officials meet at the UN's cultural agency in Paris to discuss plans for an ambitious $100 million reconstruction of the Islamic State-ravaged city of Mosul. (AP Photo/Michel Euler) HAMDANI
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