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According to Iraqi authorities more than 50,000 people have fled their homes since the push to retake the west of Mosul was launched in February.
As the battle for Mosul rages, tens of thousands of civilians flee the bloodshed.
Several people were hurt in an apparent chemical attack by ISIL, as rising numbers of civilians flee the Iraqi city.
Hundreds of displaced Iraqi civilians poured out of Mosul following advances by Iraqi troops against the militant Islamic State group.
A choice selection of the week’s most striking images from around the world A Picture and its Story: Ninty-year-old woman escapes Mosul.
Iraqi forces say they've taken control of the last major road out of western Mosul, 'trapping' ISIL in a shrinking area of the city.
The Iraqi army says it is getting closer to the main government complex in western Mosul.
US-backed Iraqi forces have pushed deeper into western Mosul and advanced in several populated areas in southern districts.
US-backed Iraqi forces have pushed deeper into western Mosul on Saturday, after retaking the city’s airport from the self-styled Islamic State.
Iraqi security forces have advanced deeper into the western half of Mosul, a day after launching attacks on several fronts against the self-styled Islamic State’s last main stronghold in the…
The airport has been under ISIL control since June 2014, and occupies a strategic position in the battle to retake the city.
The United Nations says it’s growing increasingly concerned over the plight of people fleeing the Iraq army’s fight to retake Mosul from Islamic State militants.
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.
People are showing off the effects of life under the so-called Islamic State and explaining what happened in eastern 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.
They are free from ISIL’s clutches now but men, women and children in eastern Mosul are desperate for food.
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.