After shedding IS, Mosul embraces makeovers
For three years, Mosul's women were covered in black from head to toe and its men had to keep their beards long. Salons were shut, and plastic surgery considered a crime.
ISIS leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi reported dead
Islamic State group chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was reported dead on Tuesday, a day after Iraq declared it had driven the jihadists from their one-time biggest stronghold of Mosul.
Iraqi forces push to clear last pockets of IS in Mosul
Iraqi forces fought to eliminate the last pockets of Islamic State group resistance in Mosul on Monday after the premier visited the devastated city to congratulate troops on securing victory.
Mosul victory marks win for Pentagon training plan
The Iraqi military's hard-fought victory over the Islamic State group in Mosul marks a defining moment not just for them. It is also a key win for the US doctrine behind it.
Iraq warns Mosul civilians, tells IS 'surrender or die'
Iraqi authorities have dropped leaflets over Mosul warning civilians to stay inside and are telling jihadists to "surrender or die" after launching an assault to retake the Old City.
IS 'on brink of defeat' after losing 90% of west Mosul
Iraqi forces have recaptured nearly 90 percent of west Mosul from the Islamic State group and jihadists in the city are on the "brink of total defeat," military spokesmen said Tuesday.
IS fighters 'trapped' in Mosul after last road cut
Iraqi forces battling to retake Mosul have cut the last road out of the city, trapping Islamic State group fighters inside, the US envoy to the anti-IS coalition said Sunday.
Iraq forces retake over a third of west Mosul, commander says
Iraqi forces have retaken more than a third of west Mosul from the Islamic State group, a commander said, as Baghdad's troops fought Sunday to advance deeper into the city.