Iraqi officials and witnesses said that air strikes killed civilians in the Mosul al-Jadida area in recent days, but the number of victims -- said to range from dozens to hundreds -- could not be independently confirmed.
A strike last week allegedly left over a hundred civilians dead in densely-populated western Mosul
Since mid-February, Iraqi forces -- backed by US-led coalition air power -- have struggled to wrest western Mosul from ISIL
Army’s 9th Armored Division wrests two more villages of western Mosul from Daesh terrorist group
U.S.-led coalition has yet to comment on the report
Authorities announce recapture of western Mosul’s Nineveh Train Station and Baghdad Garage district
Ongoing displacement rate now stands at between 7,000 and 8,000 people per day, Iraqi migration minister says
Iraqi forces face difficulty in storming the Bab al-Tob area of the Old City in western Mosul
According to the UN, some 750,000 civilians in western Mosul now face a serious humanitarian crisis
Mosul is split by the Tigris River, and its eastern side is referred to as the left bank, while the western is known as the right back.
As Iraqi forces closed in on the militants' last Iraqi urban stronghold, residents were forced to hide in their homes and get by on whatever they had managed to stockpile.
Federal police units wrest two more neighborhoods of war-battered city from ISIL terrorists
The sign above the door of Um al-Mauna (Our Mother of Perpetual Help) in Iraq's second city reads "Chaldean Catholic church", but its jihadist occupants had other ideas.
UN estimates 250,000 civilians will be displaced from western Mosul following anti-ISIL offensive
The battle for western Mosul -- where Daesh has dug in -- is proving considerably harder than that for city’s eastern districts
According to UN, an estimated 750,000 civilians in western Mosul still face serious humanitarian crisis
A coalition warplane mistakenly fired two missiles into a train station, where the captives were held
Scores were reportedly injured in western Mosul clashes
ISIL overran large areas north and west of Baghdad in 2014, but Iraqi forces backed by US-led air strikes and other assistance have since regained most of the territory they lost to the militants
Jassem Mohammed al-Jaff announced that field teams received "26,000 displaced people from (west) Mosul during the past 10 days," a statement from the ministry said.
On a dusty ridge west of Iraq's second city, the army's 9th Division is advancing through exposed territory in a push to sever the road between west Mosul and the IS-held town of Tal Afar.