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Iraq: 750,000 Trapped In West Mosul In Battle Against Islamic State

Eurasia Review Tuesday, 14 February 2017
More than three quarters of a million people could be trapped in western Mosul as the latest military offensive approaches in northern Iraq.

According to aid groups conditions in the city have been deteriorating since November when forces fighting the Daesh group cut off supply lines to the west when capturing the east of the...
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News video: Mosul rebuilds shattered neighbourhoods

Mosul rebuilds shattered neighbourhoods 01:03

Residents of eastern Mosul survey the devastating damage to their homes caused by car bombs set off by Islamic State. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)

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