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UN: Iraq's battle for Mosul has made over 148,000 homeless

The United Nations says the massive Iraqi military operation to retake the city of Mosul from the Islamic State group has made more than 148,000 people homeless.
FOXNews.com

AP Top Stories Jan. 15 P

Here are the top stories for Sunday, January 15th: Damaging ice storm hits Illinois; Iraqi security forces battle for Mosul University; Middle-east talks held in Paris; Bosnia river frozen solid.
USATODAY.com

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British air strikes have destroyed a site used by Islamic State (IS) as a base for drones in the battle for Mosul, the Ministry of Defence has said. A pair of RAF Typhoons bombed the Mosul building..
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News video: Residents in eastern Mosul attempt to return to semblance of normality

Residents in eastern Mosul attempt to return to semblance of normality 01:38

As fighting goes on between ISIL militants and Iraqi soldiers in the city of Mosul, many people in eastern districts recaptured by government forces are attempting to return to some kind of normal..
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News video: AP Top Stories Jan. 15 P

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Here are the top stories for Sunday, January 15th: Damaging ice storm hits Illinois; Iraqi security forces battle for Mosul University; Middle-east talks held in Paris; Bosnia river frozen solid.
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News video: Raw: Iraqi Forces Battle for Mosul University

Raw: Iraqi Forces Battle for Mosul University 01:29

Iraqi forces continued to battle Islamic State militants for control of the Mosul university complex, an area of psychological significance in the operation to liberate Iraq's second city from the..
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News video: Iraqi troops enter Mosul from the north

Iraqi troops enter Mosul from the north 01:15

Iraqi troops have reportedly entered Mosul from the north. Elite forces are said to have bridged a river during a night raid. Analysts say it marks part of a new phase in the battle for the city. Iraqi..
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Raw: Iraqi Forces Battle for Mosul University

Iraqi forces continued to battle Islamic State militants for control of the Mosul university complex, an area of psychological significance in the operation to liberate Iraq's second city from the..
USATODAY.com

Iraqi troops reach Tigris River, but more challenges ahead in battle for Mosul

Iraqi forces this week reached a bridge over the Tigris River that bisects the city of Mosul, gaining a strategic advantage over Islamic State militants whom commanders described as increasingly..
L.A. Times

To cross the front lines in the battle for Mosul, you just hail a cab

Sadi Mohamed hadn’t been driving a taxi for long when an airstrike took out his rear window. “The plane was targeting a suicide bomber, and my car was close to it,” he said. Such are the..
L.A. Times

Silenced by IS, displaced Iraqis relish return to phones

SEWDINAN CAMP, Iraq (AP) — Iraqis who escaped Islamic State rule during the battle for Mosul are indulging in a newfound freedom — the right to check their phones. When the Iraqi offensive to..
Seattle Times Also reported by •FOXNews.com

Redefining U.S. Policy in the Middle East: Finding Coherence in 2017

Russian president Vladimir Putin and Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan One of the most immediate challenges facing President-elect Donald Trump and his national security team will be to redefine..
Huffington Post

Baghdad Blasts Kill 25 As Mosul Fighting Intensifies

Two bombs claimed by Islamic State killed 25 people in central Baghdad on Saturday, as fighting intensified in the northern city of Mosul where government forces are trying to rout the jihadists from..
Huffington Post

In the battle for Mosul, everybody's taking selfies - and some of them may be incriminating

With the offensive to reclaim the Iraqi city of Mosul now in its third month, smartphones are everywhere on the battlefield, where the appetite for selfie photos is proving to be irresistible — and..
L.A. Times

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