Iraqi forces progress against ISIL in Mosul

Iraqi forces are cautiously pushing forward against ISIL in Mosul. They've been slowed down by snipers and roadside bombs, as they battle street-to-street to push the hardline group out of its last stronghold in Iraq.

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    Iraqi forces are cautiously pushing forward against ISIL in Mosul.

    They've been slowed down by snipers and roadside bombs, as they battle street-to-street to push the hardline group out of its last stronghold in Iraq.

    Hoda Abdel-Hamid reports from northern Iraq.


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