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Airwars: Airstrikes Reportedly Kill 12-24 Civilians in Mosul, Iraq

HeadlineApr 20, 2017
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In Iraq, heavy fighting continues in west Mosul between the U.S.-backed Iraqi Army and ISIS militants. The journalistic monitoring group Airwars says airstrikes launched by either the U.S.-led coalition or the U.S.-backed Iraqi Air Force reportedly killed between one and two dozen civilians on Tuesday in the Old City of Mosul. We’ll have more on U.S. airstrikes in Iraq and Syria and the ongoing battle for control of Mosul later in the broadcast with journalist Anand Gopal.

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