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100,000 Civilians Used as Human Shield by ISIS Trapped in Mosul

Epoch Times Friday, 16 June 2017
100,000 Civilians Used as Human Shield by ISIS Trapped in MosulAround 100,000 civilians are trapped in ISIS-held areas of West Mosul, a human shield that is facing starvation and violence, warned the UNHCR’s representative in Iraq on Friday, June 16.

Those that try to leave are shot by snipers.

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News video: Civilians flee ‘final battle for Mosul’

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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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