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ISIS holding off Iraqi forces in brutal fight for west Mosul

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News video: ISIS holding off Iraqi forces in brutal fight for west MosulAmerican-backed Iraqi forces are involved in fierce fighting with ISIS as they battle for the western half of Mosul. Iraqi troops are pushing deeper into the densely-populated old city. Charlie D'Agata reports from the front line.

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