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ISIS tested 'chemical weapons' on live victims

isis tested 'chemical weapons' on live victims
Iraqi special forces have uncovered details of the use of human 'guinea pigs' - who died during testing - after Mosul University (pictured) was recaptured from jihadists.
MailOnline India

Professors clear debris at Mosul University, wrecked by IS

Professors were among the workers who turned up on Monday to clear away rubble and prepare for a resumption of classes at the renowned University of Mosul, wrecked by the militants of Islamic State.
DNA

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News video: Iraqi women remove face veils post-Islamic State

Iraqi women remove face veils post-Islamic State 01:07

Women in Mosul can finally go out without a face veil following Islamic State's defeat in the area.
Source: Reuters Studio -

 

IS made sulphur weapons in Mosul university: Pentagon

Tests have confirmed that the Islamic State group was making rudimentary chemical weapons at the University of Mosul, the Pentagon said today.
DNA

Iraqi forces retake Mosul University from IS

Iraqi Special Forces have driven back Islamic State (IS) militants from the Mosul University campus.Lieutenant General Abdelwahab al-Saadi of the Counter-Terrorism Service told media that the forces..
All India Radio Also reported by •IndiaTimesOneindia

Military: Mosul University fully liberated by Iraqi troops

The spokesman of the Joint Military Command, Brig. General Yahya Rasool, declared on Sunday that the campus was under the full control of Iraqi special forces, officially known as the Counter Terrorism..
IndiaTimes

Iraq special forces sweep Mosul University for remaining militants - spokesman

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi special forces swept the campus of Mosul University on Sunday to clear it of any remaining Islamic State militants after taking full control of the area, a spokesman said.
Reuters India

Iraqi forces advance at Mosul University, take areas along Tigris

For the Islamic State, losing Mosul would probably spell the end of the Iraqi side of its self-styled caliphate, which it declared in 2014.
DNA

Iraq makes swift territorial gains against IS in Mosul

Iraqi forces have won a string of swift territorial gains in Mosul in the fight against the Islamic State group after months of slow progress. According to a senior Iraqi officer, government troops..
All India Radio

Iraqi forces fight on at Mosul university, find chemicals - officers

MOSUL, Iraq (Reuters) - Iraqi special forces battled Islamic State militants inside the Mosul University campus on Saturday in a second day of fierce clashes in the complex and also discovered..
Reuters India

Iraqi forces enter Mosul University in battling Islamic State for city

Iraqi special forces entered Mosul University today in their latest advance along the eastern front as they battle Islamic State militants for control of the city, according to senior Iraqi officers.
Zee News Also reported by •IndiaTimes

Iraqi forces reach second Mosul bridge, enter university complex: Military

Iraqi special forces stormed the Mosul University complex in the city`s northeast on Friday and pushed Islamic State further back to reach another bridge across the Tigris river, the military said.
Zee News

British hostage John appears in ISIS video, refers to bombed Mosul University

*New York, July 13 (ANI): British hostage John Cantlie appears in a new ISIS video that was distributed online on Tuesday referring to the bombed site of the University of Mosul.*
ANI News Also reported by •newKerala.comSifyDNA

ISIS making bombs using Mosul University chemistry lab: Report

The Islamic State is making use of Iraq's well stocked Mosul University chemistry lab to churn out a new generation of deadly explosives.
India Today


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