Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation: the United States continues to bomb residential areas near Mosul
A few days ago, the US Air Force attacked residential areas of the city of Hamam el-Elil near Mosul, as a result of which civilians were injured, a mosque was damaged, reports RIA News report of the Chief of the Operational Directorate of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces Sergey Rudsky.
“The United States continues to conduct rocket-bombing attacks on residential areas both in Mosul and in other localities of the Iraqi province of Ninew. On October 26, US Air Force planes attacked residential areas in the central part of the city of Hamam el-Elil, located in 20 kilometers southeast of Mosul ",
According to him, on October 31, the “densely populated quarters of Bazvay and Gogieli” in 14-ti and 9 km from Mosul were also bombarded.
"The entry of Iraqi government troops into the village of Gogieli, a suburb of Mosul, was preceded by significant destruction of the residential sector as a result of coalition attacks," the general added.
Recall, from October 17, the Iraqi government forces, supported by aviation the Western coalition is conducting an operation to liberate the city of Mosul from terrorists.
AFP 2016 / Bulent Kilic
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