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Engulfed in Battle, Mosul’s Civilians Run for Their Lives
Mar 28, 2017 - The New York Times

The photojournalist Ivor Prickett spent three weeks documenting the battlefront and humanitarian crisis in west Mosul.

The war to drive the Islamic State from its last strongholds in western Mosul has come to this: With every advance by Iraqi forces, every missile rained down by coalition aircraft, a flood of Iraqi civilians hits the streets.

It is no longer a question of waiting between salvos — there are few, if any, breaks that make it obvious when to run, so the people of Mosul

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