Iraqi government forces have regained control of more areas in the eastern and northern sides of Mosul in northern Iraq, as fierce clashes continued against the Takfiri Daesh militants in their last urban stronghold in the crisis-ridden Arab country.
A man from Mosul spoke of his grief over the death of his son, nephew and wife, who had been murdered by Islamic State terror group (ISIS) terrorists.
Iraqi special forces recapture the district of Yarimja in southern Mosul, one of the last areas controlled by so-called Islamic State militants (ISIS, ISIL, IS and Daesh) in the south of the city.
An anonymous radio hacker has embarrassed ISIS by breaking onto their frequency and sending a message to Daesh leader Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi that Mosul will be liberated, Iraqi outlets says.
Iraqi Special Forces continued to move on so-called “Islamic State terror group” (IS, ISIS, ISIL and Daesh) positions in Mosul on Friday.
Iraqi forces have entered the Mosul University compound in a key advance against Daesh (ISIS / ISIL) in the northern city, the Takfiri terror group’s last stronghold in the Arab country.
The top commander of Iraq's Counter-Terrorism Service (CTS), or Special Forces, believes retaking Mosul from the Islamic State terror group (ISIS) might take another three months.
Iraq's joint military forces continued their advances in al-Anbar province and seized back more lands, killing over 150 ISIS terrorists.
Iraqi troops continued a slow advance through eastern Mosul on Saturday as the Islamic State terror group (ISIS) continued to put up stiff fighting.