ITV News has obtained exclusive footage of Iraq's second city of Mosul under the control of the Islamist militant group ISIS.
Video filmed earlier today shows Iraqi army vehicles - now emblazoned with the ISIS logo - that were seized by Islamist fighters during their assault on the city.
Children can even be seen playing on an abandoned military vehicle in the centre of Mosul, the scene of the Iraqi military's last stand against the militants.
Earlier today, ISIS fighters appealed to utility workers to return to their jobs to help restore electricity and water supplies to areas where the fighting took place.
The footage shows a militant posing with an electricity worker as they try and reassure people they will return Mosul to its former state.
The person who filmed the scenes told ITV News: "There is a sense of relative calm as people start to go about their every day business.
"People in the city are still holding their breath ... they feel safe but cautious, as they don't know what the coming days will bring."
He said the ISIS fighters were keen to show that utility workers were back at work and doing their utmost to return power to the city and get everything back up and running.