Iraq says ISIS dislodged from a third of eastern Mosul

By REUTERS
November 15, 2016 15:49

 
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QAYYARA, Iraq - Iraqi forces have dislodged Islamic State from one third of the eastern side of Mosul, an interior ministry spokesman said on Tuesday, four weeks into the U.S-backed campaign to take back the city.

The Tigris river divides Mosul into eastern and western sides. The built-up area in the eastern side is slightly bigger than the western side where the old city is located.

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