BAGHDAD: Karrar Hassan, 25, is just one of tens of thousands of Iraqi fighters wounded battling the Islamic State group. Now disabled, he struggles to survive on a US$400 pension. In 2014, he was unemployed and joined the Hashed al-Shaabi, a paramilitary coalition dominated by Iran-backed groups ...
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