New Mosul refugee camp 'full in a week'
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New Mosul refugee camp 'full in a week', say aid agencies

Thousands of civilians are fleeing the besieged city of Mosul as Iraqi and coalition forces try to defeat so-called Islamic State which has occupied the city for almost three years.

Hundreds of thousands of people are still trapped in Mosul and, in a BBC interview, a recently captured senior IS commander sought to justify the group's use of "human shields".

Wyre Davies reports.

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