The Iraqi army is continuing its assault on the Islamic State militant group stronghold of western Mosul.
After retaking eastern Mosul, US-backed Iraqi forces have begun the much more difficult battle for the western part of the city, in an all-out offensive to dislodge ISIL from its last major stronghold
Iraq's prime minister announces the start of an offensive to uproot ISIL militants from western Mosul.
Residents of eastern Mosul, the part of the Iraqi city recaptured from ISIL by government forces, continue to suffer a lack of basic necessities.
The signs of two and half years of so-called Islamic State rule remain, even if the militants have retreated from eastern Mosul.
The battle for Mosul is said to be entering a critical phase as Iraqi special forces try to drive ISIL fighters out of key positions on the west bank of the Tigris…
Thousands of children in Iraq are heading back to school in eastern areas of Mosul, recently cleared from ISIL control.
The Iraqi defence ministry says its forces have recaptured all of eastern Mosul from ISIL militants who had been holding on to a pocket east of the Tigris river.
The Iraqi army says it has now recaptured nearly all of the city's eastern districts and over the weekend it drove ISIL out of the city's main university
Markets are back selling food as people venture out onto the streets and repairs are being carried out
The recapture of the university would be a symbolic victory against ISIL, as the militants had been using it as a kind of headquarters
The Iraqi army says ISIL militants have been forced to retreat and a key bridge across the Tigris river has been retaken
Fierce battles are underway with ISIL militants in the area. Thousands of people are fleeing to safety, fearing they will be caught up in any retaliation by ISIL.
Iraqi troops have pushed to within several hundred metres of the Tigris river that runs through central Mosul.
The UN says this is several hundred more each day than before US-led coalition forces began a new phase of their battle to retake the city from ISIL.
Gunfire and clashes have been witnessed from up close in eastern Mosul, as Iraqi forces advanced further in their bid to oust militants from the self-styled Islamic…
Humanitarian camps are prepared for people fleeing the fighting, but thousands remain stuck in the northern Iraqi city.
The Iraqi army says it has made gradual progress in eastern Mosul as it tries to wrestle the city from the control of the so-called Islamic State.
Scores of people fled for safety on Saturday on the third day of the renewed US-led offensive to retake the northern city from the Islamic State group.
Hundreds flee Mosul amid renewed heavy clashes between ISIL militants and the Iraqi Army.
The second phase of the Iraqi offensive to reclaim Mosul from ISIL militants has begun as security forces close in on the extremist-held city from three…
Hundreds of Iraqis who fled their homes in Mosul wait to be sent to camps where they hope to find shelter, food, clean water and, since its winter, warmth.
Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi previously pledged to retake Mosul from the jihadist group by the end of 2016.
The number of people displaced from Mosul has nearly reached 100,000 the UN’s refugee agency says since the Iraqi army’s offensive to retake the city from ISIL.
The military said three car bombs ripped through a market in Kokjali, an eastern suburb of the embattled Iraqi city.