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A massive operation was launched in the summer of 2014 by Kurdish and Iraqi forces to retake Mosul from the terrorist group.
Activists from inside Mosul published pictures Tuesday night of the metal bridge, known as the Old Bridge, showing its twisted girders sinking into the water as boats were seen ferrying the residents from both banks.
Mosul is jidhadists final stronghold in Iraq.
Rami Abdul Rahman, the head of the Britain-based monitoring group, said nine women and two children were among the 20 dead civilians and that 32 others had been wounded.
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UN official said, there had been about 90,000 people in Fallujah, and between 42,000 and 43,000 have now fled including about 4,000 on Sunday and 3,300 on Monday.
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The Islamic State released a video this week claiming to have blown up the 2,800-year-old Nabu temple in Iraq, devoted to the Babylonian god of wisdom.
IS has held control over Fallujah for over two years and it holds symbolic significance for the millitant outfit
Harjeet Masih, who escaped, believes that the terror group killed them all.
The drive to recapture the first city to be lost from government control in 2014 came as fighting also raged in neighbouring Syria, leaving huge numbers of civilians exposed.
Iraqi forces have in recent days been massing around Fallujah, a city just 50 kilometres west of Baghdad and which has been out of government control since January 2014.
The attack on the gas plant started at dawn with a suicide car bomber hitting the facility’s main gate in the town of Taji, about 20 kilometers (12 miles) north of Baghdad.