A camerawoman filming for ITV News was allowed to accompany Iraqi special forces deep into enemy territory as the battle reached its climax.Read the full story ›
US-led coalition forces confirm that the army has 'firm control' of city though pockets of IS fighters may still be holed up.Read the full story ›
It comes after months of gruelling combat in the northern Iraqi city, where around 900,000 people have been displaced.Read the full story ›
Iraqi commanders claim they are just "tens of metres" from defeating IS in Mosul and are flushing out the final pockets of resistance.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of civilians have fled the Iraqi city of Mosul as airstrikes pound the last pockets of territory held by so-called Islamic State.Read the full story ›
Footage of a rescue worker who saved a young girl whilst under heavy fire from so-called Islamic State fighters has gone viral.Read the full story ›
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi proclaimed himself "caliph", or ruler of all Muslims, from the pulpit of the medieval mosque in Mosul three years ago.Read the full story ›
A car bomb blast took place on Tuesday morning, hours after 15 died in a massive explosion outside an ice cream shop in the Iraqi capital.Read the full story ›
The US military says more than 100 civilians were killed in a blast in Mosul in March.
A Pentagon investigation has found that the civilians were killed when a US airstrike inadvertently triggered a second explosion, causing a building to collapse.
The blast took place on March 17 in the city in the north of Iraq, the report said.
A US military service member has died of wounds sustained in a blast from an explosive device outside the northern Iraqi city of Mosul on Saturday, the US-led military coalition said.
A statement from Operation Inherent Resolve gave no other details.
US-backed forces are fighting to re-take Mosul from the so-called Islamic State group.
The news comes as President Donald Trump, who vowed in his election campaign to make destroying IS a priority, marks 100 days in office.