Human Rights Watch says that an Iraqi army division trained by the United States allegedly executed several dozen men in the final throes of the battle against Daesh in Mosul's Old City.
In an offensive to take back the city from Daesh, infrastructure has been hit the hardest. The UN says getting basic infrastructure up and running across the country will cost more than $1 billion.
A series of suicide attacks have killed at least three people and injured dozens as the battle for the last district in the hands of Daesh nears its end.
Decades of wars including the past three years of violence have destroyed civilian infrastructure, leaving millions of Iraqis in dire need of humanitarian aid.
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