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Iraqi army retakes control of Sinjar
Iraqi army managed to take control of the town of Sinjar in eastern Mosul from the Kurdish forces of Iraqi Kurdistan Democratic Party without any clash with the Kurdish forces early Tuesday.
NGO: Nearly 700,000 Iraqis from Mosul still displaced
Nearly 700,000 Iraqis from the former Daesh stronghold of Mosul and nearby areas are still displaced despite the city's recapture in July, the Norwegian Refugee Council said Sunday.
Iraq moves 1,400 wives, children of Daesh terrorists to new site near Mosul
Iraqi authorities say they have moved some 1,400 foreign wives and children of suspected Daesh Takfiri terrorists to a new site north of Mosul, which used to be the terror group’s de facto capital in the Arab country, dismissing the concerns of aid organizations.
Iraqi rights group urges Baghdad to sue US coalition over civilian deaths in Mosul
Iraq’s official High Commission for Human Rights has urged the Iraqi government to sue a US-led coalition operating in the Arab country over the death of civilians in the northern city of Mosul.
Iraq military discovers mass graves of 500 Daesh victims near Mosul
Iraqi military investigators said they have discovered mass graves of 500 people in the vicinity of a Daesh prison near the northern city of Mosul.
253,000 civilians have returned to Mosul, Iraqi minister says
Iraqi Minister of Displacement and Migration Jassim Mohammed al-Jaaf says more than 250,000 internally displaced persons have returned to their homes in Mosul after government forces, backed by allied fighters from the Popular Mobilization Units, retook the strategic northern city from Daesh terrorists last month.
Lost children are legacy of battle for Iraq's Mosul
Thousands of children have been separated from their parents in the nine-month battle for Mosul and the preceding years of Daesh terrorist group’s rule in northern Iraq — some found wandering alone and afraid among the rubble, others joining the refugee exodus from the pulverized city.
Mosul residents face challenges upon returning home
At least 700,000 civilians have been displaced by the Mosul conflict.
Iraqi troops found dozens of bodies in Old Mosul mass grave
Iraqi forces have reportedly found a mass grave in the Old City of Mosul, containing the bodies of at least 60 people, mostly members of security forces, who were slain by Takfiri Daesh terrorists as they were fighting the extremists to recapture the country’s second largest city.
Four German women among 26 foreigners arrested in Mosul
Iraqi officials say 26 foreigners, including four German women, have been arrested in the northern city of Mosul, which used to serve as the Daesh terrorist group’s last stronghold.
Over 100 Iraqi journalists killed, injured while covering Mosul battle: FAJ
The Federation of Arab Journalists (FAJ) has announced that more than 100 Iraqi journalists have lost their lives and sustained injuries while covering fierce battles between Iraqi government forces and Takfiri Daesh terrorists in the run-up to the liberation of the country’s second largest city from the extremists.
Iraq faces pockets of Daesh resistance in Mosul's Old City
Iraqi forces faced further pockets of resistance from Daesh terrorists in Mosul's Old City on Friday, four days after the prime minister declared victory.
150 Saudi intelligence officers joined Daesh in Mosul battle: Report
Saudi Arabia had dispatched more than 100 intelligence officers to Mosul to join the Takfiri Daesh militants and direct them in battles against Iraqi government forces and allied fighters from Popular Mobilization Units, a recent report has revealed.
Iraqi forces mopping up last pockets of Daesh terrorists in Mosul
Iraqi government forces are fighting to eliminate the last pockets of Daesh terrorists in the Old City of Mosul, more than two days after Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi formally declared victory over the extremists in their former stronghold and the country’s second largest city.
Mosul liberation sounds death knell for US divisive plots: Iran commander
Iran's chief Armed Forces spokesman says the liberation of the Iraqi northern city of Mosul from the grip of Daesh Takfiri terrorist group sounded the death knell for the divisive plots hatched by the US and its regional allies.

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