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Iraq declares 'final victory' over ISIL in Mosul
Prime minister announces "end and failure" of the extremists' attempt to rule city after day-long bombing targeted final pockets of resistance
Iraq declares liberation of Mosul from ISIL
Prime minister Haider Al Abadi arrived in the 'liberated city of Mosul' more than three years after it was seized by the extremist group
Battle-weary civilians tread a perilous path out of Mosul
In the ruins of the Old City, residents who escape increasingly desperate militants are then faced with Iraqi troops suspicious of suicide bombers.
Iraqi PM’s Mosul rhetoric does not square with reality
With fanfare Al Abadi puts nail in ISIL’s coffin, but his military commanders are not so bold
ISIL is at an end, says Iraq's prime minister
But while ISIL is in its death throes in Mosul, declarations of a final victory are premature.
ISIL is at an end, says Iraq’s prime minister
But while ISIL is in its death throes in Mosul, declarations of a final victory are premature. The insurgents still hold about half of the maze of narrow alleyways and sturdy stone buildings that make up the Old City.
Facing defeat, ISIL inflicts a lasting loss on Mosul
Razing of centuries-old Grand Al Nuri Mosque and its famous leaning minaret caps a litany of destruction wrought by extremists since seizing the Iraqi city in June 2014.
‘ISIL has two options – to surrender or to die’
ISIL is thought to have hundreds of fighters left to defend around a square mile of territory, and is holding thousands of civilians hostage as human shields.
As ISIL loses men in Mosul, here come the girls
Female fighters and suicide bombers are increasingly common on the frontlines, according to Iraqi soldiers battling extremists in Mosul.
West Mosul bears the brunt as Iraqi forces press in on ISIL
The destruction is much heavier in west Mosul than on the eastern bank of the Tigris, as Iraqi forces are stretched and have become increasingly reliant on air support which lacks accuracy.