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United Nations News Centre - ISIL moving ‘trucks full of abducted civilians’ to Mosul as shields against airstrikes – UN warns

5.11.16

United Nations News Centre - ISIL moving ‘trucks full of abducted civilians’ to Mosul as shields against airstrikes – UN warns: 4 November 2016 – The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) today warned that the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL/Da’esh) fighters have taken some 1,600 civilians to Mosul city in an attempt to shield themselves from airstrikes, and that nearly 400 women from Kurdish, Yezidi or Shi’a Muslim communities in Tal Afar are now being held captive.

Further reports stated that 180 people were killed on Wednesday in the town of Kokja in eastern Mosul and potentially an additional 200 in Mosul. OHCHR is working to verify the details.


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