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14 Mar
With the crumbling stone walls of Mosul's Church of the Immaculate Conception behind him, Pope Francis prays for "victims of war" and makes a plea for Christians in Iraq and the Middle East to stay in their homelands.
9 Jun 2019
Battle for Mosul leaves residents with hearing loss.
6 Feb 2019
A raven perched on the shoulder of a woman with flaming hair is Iraqi artist Marwan Fathi's symbol for the terrible events he and his home city Mosul have had to endure.
22 Jul 2018
Now, a year after the IS were driven out, people in Mosul face the destruction of their society as reconciliation is a distant hope.
19 Jul 2018
Now, a year after the IS were driven out, people in Mosul face the destruction of their society as reconciliation is a distant hope.
5 Jun 2018
Corpses still fill the streets of Mosul, Iraq, a year after the battle between Iraqi troops and “IS”. Aid workers are removing them because no one else seems willing to.
31 Jul 2017
Iraq's military releases video they say shows one of four German women found in Mosul, under investigation for supporting Islamic State.
16 Jul 2017
Iraq holds a military parade in Baghdad to celebrate victory overvictory in Mosul.
10 Jul 2017
Mosul's buildings are severely damaged and there are scenes of destruction across the city as the army poises to take full control.
9 Jul 2017
Iraqi soldiers celebrated on Saturday (July 8) in anticipation of a formal declaration of victory over Islamic State in Mosul.
25 Jun 2017
Iraqi forces free hundreds of civilians in Mosul Old City as troops battle to retake the ancient quarter from Islamic State militants, mounting a last stand in what was the de facto capital of their "caliphate"
19 Jun 2017
Iraqi forces began storming the Islamic State-held Old City of Mosul on Sunday, an assault they hope will be the last in the eight-month campaign to seize the militants' stronghold.

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