Twenty trucks carrying humanitarian aid for Iraqis displaced by the ongoing Mosul offensive against the terrorist group Daesh, entered Iraq from Turkey's Habur border crossing Sunday.
Trucks were sent off after a ceremony in capital Ankara on Friday as part of a campaign by the Turkish Red Crescent titled "Mosul is your home too." Officials said the convoy carrying 500 tons of humanitarian aid will head to Irbil, a city in Northern Iraq which is under the control of the Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG).
The aid delivery comes a few days after the troops of Baghdad's government and peshmerga forces of the KRG moved to recapture villages around Mosul from Daesh. The aid will be delivered to some 45,000 people.
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