Civilians caught in crossfire in the battle for Mosul

The streets of west Mosul are on the frontline as Iraqi forces push deeper into the city. Many civilians have been wounded as they try to reach safety. In Mosul, where bombs continue to fall and snipers continue to fire, nowhere is safe.

    The streets of west Mosul are on the frontline as Iraqi forces push deeper into the city.

    Many civilians have been wounded as they try to reach safety.

    In Mosul, where bombs continue to fall and snipers continue to fire, nowhere is safe.

    Al Jazeera’s Osama bin Javaid reports from Erbil.


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