Battle for Mosul: Civilians at 'grave risk' as fight intensifies

The fighting to drive ISIL out of western Mosul has intensified over the past week, increasing the suffering of an estimated 400,000 civilians still trapped inside.

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    The US military has admitted it carried out air strikes in the Iraqi city of Mosul, which are believed to have killed more than 200 people.

    The fighting to drive ISIL out of western Mosul has intensified over the past week, increasing the suffering of an estimated 400,000 civilians still trapped inside.

    • Al Jazeera's Hoda Abdel Hamid reports from the northern Iraq.

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