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Mosul / ISIS / Iraqi army / Iraqis #1148695

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Feb 19, 2015
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There is breaking news tonight in the war against ISIS. A U.S. military official says plans have been made for what may be a decisive battle. The retaking of Mosul Iraq's second largest city. David Martin has more. According to this official the battle to retake Mosul the largest city held by ISIS is scheduled to begin in April or May and will involve a force of 20 to 25000 Iraqi troops backed by U.S. air power. Mosul with a population of more than one million is held by an estimated one to two ...
Reporter(s):
David Martin
Duration:
00:01:29

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