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For 100,000 trapped civilians, the battle for Mosul has reached its final but deadliest stage

Independent Monday, 19 June 2017
Residents of historic Old City are being sealed into their homes to stop them fleeing as last 300 militants fight to the death for what was once Isis' biggest stronghold
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News video: Civilians flee ‘final battle for Mosul’

Civilians flee ‘final battle for Mosul’ 00:54

Desperate civilians continued to flee western Mosul on Sunday as fears grow for the thousands still trapped in the densely populated Old City which remains under ISIL control. The human suffering is immense. A makeshift hospital near the frontline is treating some of the worst injured, including a...

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