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ISIS cowards dump CHEMICAL WEAPONS in civilian areas amid final Mosul attack, UN warns

Following sustained attacks, the militant group – also known as Daesh – are reportedly becoming more and more desperate in their attempts to maintain control, and civilians are being told to stay in their homes, because trying to flee the city at this stage could put their lives in danger.

On Tuesday, there were reports the jihadis had killed around 60 civilians, believing they were working with the Iraqi Security Forces (ISF).

This news comes after Human Rights Watch (HRW) said ISIS launched at least three chemical attacks earlier this autumn as they fled Iraqi forces retaking the town of Qayyarah 40 miles south of Mosul.

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