Iraqi forces have freed a number of Yazidi women who had been held in the Old City by ISIS, but the fate of many others remains in the balance.
After completing their military training, tribesmen from Iraq’s largest province are set to team up with Iraqi forces to drive ISIS from their areas.
Security agencies have been trying to build a network of local residents to help them track down ISIS remnants and ensure the city's stability.
A delegation from Mosul visited Baghdad to express their recognition of the Iraqi forces' sacrifices in the battle to liberate their city from ISIS.
Security forces are pursuing ISIS militants that have sought refuge in towns around Mosul to prevent them from forming sleeper cells and threatening the security of liberated areas.
Post-ISIS reconstruction efforts in Mosul will include the restoration of the Grand Mosque of al-Nuri and its leaning 'hunchback' minaret.
After suffering a brutal defeat in Mosul, ISIS elements infiltrated the village of Imam Gharbi and went on a killing spree of its residents and journalists.
Although the Syrian regime ostensibly controls the city, militia fighters are enforcing their own rule and have recently aimed their fire at government forces.
Iraqi forces were engaged in 'heavy' fighting Monday with ISIS remnants, but the battle was near its end, military commanders said.
Little by little, Iraqi Christians who sought refuge abroad are making their way back to their homeland.
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