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As U.S.-led offensives drive back the Islamic State group in Iraq, concern is growing among U.S. and U.N. officials that efforts to stabilize liberated areas are lagging, creating conditions that could help the militants endure as an underground network.

One major worry: Not enough money is being committed to rebuild the devastated provincial capital of Ramadi and other towns, let alone the Islamic State-held city of Mosul, the ultimate target in Iraq of the U.S.-led campaign.

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