Allied troops and ISIS are set to battle for a collapsing dam that would spew nearly 600 times the water of the River Thames onto Mosul if it breaches. Engineers from an Italian company have been tasked with fixing the Mosul Dam's foundations to stop more than 11 trillion litres of water (11.11billion cubic metres) from flooding Mosul. Experts are warning their work could be in vain, and should th
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Iraq's Mosul Dam is one of the most dangerous in the world.
At capacity, it holds back about 11 billion cubic meters of water. If the dam bursts, in a matter of hours it could kill more people than the entire Iraq War. The U.S. estimates anywhere between 500,000 to 1.47 million lives would be at risk.
Many of them are in Mosul, Iraq's second-largest city. The city's been under ISIS control sinc
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said "it's very clear" that the US-led coalition is supporting terrorist groups in Syria, ISIS among them.
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On Dec. 27, Col. John Dorrian confirmed that U.S. airstrikes had separated the last bridge crossing the Tigris River in Mosul
U.S. Army Soldiers conduct fire M777 howitzers and M142 HIMARS during operations to support the Iraqi security forces in the Battle of Mosul. Fire missions are one way the coalition enables the Iraqi security forces to defeat the IS.
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A new report says ISIL has an extensive and organised war production machine, much like a regular army.
The study by the UK-based Conflict Armament Research says the group increased its production of weapons before and during the offensive on Mosul.