Thousands of Civilians Flee Western Mosul amid Escalating Fighting in ISIL's De Facto Capital
Iraqi forces took more territory from the ISIL as they press an offensive that has seen them recapture a third of West Mosul and trap terrorist inside as the civilians continue to escape the city.
Residents of the Al Samah neighborhood on the outskirts of Mosul were seen leaving the city on Friday morning following the advance of Iraqi government forces against the Islamic State group (ISIS / Daesh / ISIL).
The Russian defense ministry on Friday said that "all the civilians and most of the militants" had left the besieged districts of eastern Aleppo, declaring the evacuation as completed.
As Aleppo has been almost entirely liberated from terrorists by the Syrian Army, the daunting task of rebuilding people’s lives lies ahead. orphaned children from the city has harrowing stories epitomize the horrors of war.
Syria's government captured new neighbourhoods around the city centre and helped some 200,000 civilians into a shattered and rapidly shrinking opposition enclave.
Iraqi Hashd Al Shabi or Popular Mobilization Units (PMU) Rescued Hundreds of Civilians from Islamic state (ISIS, ISIL, IS and Daesh) terrorists near Tal Afar.
Tens of thousands of people have been displaced in Aleppo as pro-government Syrian forces press on with their campaign to reclaim the divided city.
More civilians were evacuated from eastern Aleppo on Monday, as Syrian state media said government forces and their allies had captured another major eastern Aleppo neighborhood and several smaller areas.
There were mixed emotions for displaced residents from the Iraqi town of Bashiqa last Friday as they had the chance to see their homes for the first time since its recapture from Islamic State (ISIS / Daesh / ISIL / IS) militants.