Articles about Mosul
30 Apr 2019
ISIS chief Baghdadi appears in video after 5 years
For the first time in five years, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the ISIS chief who had gone underground and was presumed dead, surfaced in a new video.
22 Mar 2019
Iraq ferry sinks, almost 100 dead on spring holiday trip
Almost 100 people, mostly women, and children, died as a ferry packed with families celebrating Kurdish New Year sank in a swollen river in the former jihadist stronghold of Mosul.
18 Apr 2018
Iraq: More than 300 sentenced to death for IS links
Iraqi courts have sentenced to death a total of more than 300 people, including dozens of foreigners, for belonging to the Islamic State terror group (IS), judicial sources said today.
22 Mar 2018
Mosul victim's wife wants to meet WB CM for government-job
Distraught with the news of her husband's death in Mosul, Dipali Tikadar now only wants to meet West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to seek a government job.
22 Mar 2018
39 kidnapped Indians shot dead over a year ago: Iraq
Revealing details about the deaths of 39 Indians killed in Mosul, Iraqi officials have confirmed they were shot in the head over a year ago.
21 Mar 2018
ISIS killed 39 Indians: Why was government quiet for 4years?
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Tuesday informed the Parliament that 39 Indians, abducted by ISIS terrorists in Iraq, were dead.
20 Mar 2018
All 39 Indian hostages in Iraq dead: Sushma Swaraj
After years of uncertainty about the fate of 39 Indians abducted by the Islamic State in Iraq in 2014, Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj has confirmed they are dead.
29 Sep 2017
ISIS releases purported audio recording from Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
ISIS released, what it claims to be, a new audio recording from its chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
17 Sep 2017
Fate of 39 Indians captured in Iraq still unknown
The Iraqi PM Haider al-Abadi revealed that the whereabouts of the 39 Indian construction workers captured in 2014 by the Islamic State group still remains unknown.
19 Jul 2017
Parliament Day 3: Session marred by cow vigilantism, farmers' suicides
Day Three of the Parliament's Monsoon Session was rocked by issues including the spate in mob lynching in the name of 'gau raksha', farmers' suicides and Indian hostages in Mosul, among others.
10 Jul 2017
Iraqi PM visits Mosul to celebrate "victory" over ISIS
Iraqi PM Haider al-Abadi arrived in Mosul to congratulate Iraqi security forces over their "victory" against ISIS militants.
04 Jul 2017
Mosul Battle: Iraqi troops face wave of suicide bombers
Iraqi troops attempting to recapture the last ISIS-held quarter of Mosul, the Old City, have been met by fierce clashes and a series of suicide-bombings.
28 Jun 2017
As ISIS faces defeat, Iraq faces uncertain future
The Iraqi city of Mosul celebrated its first Eid free of ISIS control after security forces pushed the militants out of their de-facto capital city.
14 Jun 2017
ISIS leader Baghdadi's journey from being a 'caliph' to fugitive
ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is on the brink of losing Mosul in Iraq and Raqqa in Syria, the two strongholds of his 'caliphate.'
25 Feb 2017
Islamic State resorting to coercive tactics
The Islamic State is resorting to forcibly putting children and disabled people into trucks that are laden with explosives.
16 Feb 2017
Iraq air force hits ISIS; al-Baghdadi's fate unknown
The Joint Operations Command, coordinating fights against Jihadists in Iraq, sent a statement which said that a meeting of commanders from the Islamic State group (ISIS) including ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was targeted by the Iraqi air force.
18 Nov 2016
IS under siege in Mosul; leaders exhibiting paranoia
Iraqi military informants revealed that the military offensive on Mosul, Iraq, an Islamic State stronghold, has unnerved its top leaders.
06 Sep 2016
Islamic State bans burqas at security centres
According to Iran Front Page, ISIS has banned burqas at their security centres in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul.