Iraqi army's mortar units pound ISIL terrorists in the streets of Mosul's Old City.
Iraqi government forces, backed by fighters from allied Popular Mobilization Units, have ceased their joint operations to flush Takfiri Daesh militants out of their last urban stronghold in the conflict-ridden country over the high rate of civilian casualties.
The Iraqi army troops stand on guard in Mosul museum in Nineveh province after they managed to recapture the site from ISIL.
ISIS is now using high-tech drones to capture video of its devastating terror attacks.
Iraqi security forces took control over six missile-manufacturing workshops of ISIL terrorists West of Mosul city.
The Iraqi army captured a handful of the mock-ups at a training site it took from the ISIL. The army says the purpose of building the mock-up vehicles is not yet clear.
Iraqi army soldiers have managed to regain control over two villages north of the strategic city of Mosul as government forces, backed by fighters from allied Popular Mobilization Units and Kurdish Peshmerga fighters, are involved in multi-pronged operations to expel ISIS (Daesh / ISIL) terrorists from their last urban stronghold in the country.
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.
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.