As ISIS has itself pressured on several front in Syria, the Iraqi Army is preparing an offensive to finally recapture the 2nd largest city in Iraq, Mosul. Mosul is home to some 3 million residents and such, the city represents ISIS’ most important base in all of Iraq.

The video below covers all you need to know about the last few days of battles across Syria and Iraq, including the Islamic State’s skirmishes with the Syrian Arab Army, the Iraqi Army and Kurdish militants. Our partners from www.SouthFront.org have the story covered:

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Dennis Khan
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i think foreign ISIS left Syria and Iraq already.most of them return to their country.and preparing for a terror attack.now things getting worst,coz they are from anywhere in the world ,mix with innocent civilians and bringing the hate from Wartorn Area.

Francisco Alvarez
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ISIL is moving to Libya