[ltr]Daesh uses civilians as human shields, and a camp for displaced people near Hamdania[/ltr][ltr]
Nineveh - Iraq Press - October / October 19 announced a Pentagon spokesman Geoff Davis, that Mosul 's residents " are being held against their will" at the hands of militants Daesh who use them as"human shields" on the impact of the assault by theIraqi forces, at a time when the United Nations began, setting up a camp Aforz area east of the cityof Mosul, to receive the displaced with the launch of the process of liberation of the city from Daesh terrorist gangs.
Jeff Davis said that civilians were being held in thecity " for several weeks, we have not seen a change" in the situation since the offensive began Monday.
In the meantime , the United Nations began, setting up a camp Aforz area east of the city of Mosul, to receive the displaced with the launch of the process of liberation of the city from terrorist Daesh gangs.
The camp is 40 kilometers from Mosul, and its creation comes within the preparations for the reception of those fleeing and displaced people in the battle to liberate the city from the terrorists Daesh.
And it began to create a camp near the village of (Hassan Cham) of the Hamdaniya district, where he continues to land settlement mechanisms, as well as set up barbed wire perimeter place, and will assume the Peshmerga forces to provide protection for the camp. Q ended