KHAZIR, IRAQ - FEBRUARY 03: "I am doing better now", said Rayad 31, a refugee from eastern Mosul, Iraq talking on his cell phone in public to his children he has not seen in two years on market street in Khazir Refugee Camp in Khazir, Iraq on February 3, 2017. Cell phones were illegal to use or have under ISIS occupation.
Khazir refugee camp is holding displaced civilians from Mosul, Iraq and is located an hour away from Erbil and holds up to 30,000 people. Photographer Osie Greenway shot these images of daily life in the camp - including getting a haircut, to walking the markets - in February 2017, to show the conditions of the civilians that have fled the fighting in Mosul.
PHOTOGRAPH BY Osie Greenway / Barcroft Images
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