Mosul

Scores abandon their homes in northern Iraq due to flash floods

Families have abandon their homes in various areas of the northern city of Mosul following to the two days flash flood. The Iraqi civil defence official said on Monday. that the heavy rain had disrupt business with schools and offices closed. The heavy rainfall have damage Five bridges and 250 tents in the Nimrud refugee camp, […]

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History destroyed: The ruins of Mosul Museum

So-called Islamic State took control of Mosul, Iraq’s second largest city, two and a half years ago. Priceless Assyrian and Sumerian antiquities in Mosul’s museum were looted and smashed as representations of false gods. With the museum now under the control of Iraqi security forces.

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Man Thrown Off A Building And Stoned To Death By ISIS Members For Being Gay

A man who was accused of being gay was gruesomely killed by members of the Islamic State terror group. He was thrown off a building and then stoned to death after his charges were read to him in front of a baying crowd in Mosul, Iraq. See photos below;

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Battle in Mosul: Iraq forces in west Mosul aim for key bridge

Iraqi forces on Sunday battled jihadists in west Mosul, aiming to build a floating bridge across the Tigris to establish an important supply route linked to the recaptured east bank. A week into a major push on the western side of the city, where an estimated 2 000 holdout jihadists and 750 000 civilians are […]

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