Juan Carlos

We Are Coming Nineveh (Battle For Mosul)
Location: San Salvador, El Salvador
Nationality: USA/El Salvador
Biography: I am a freelance photographer, born in El Salvador, Central America but immigrated to the United States during the mid-1980's. I have developed a vocation as a photojournalist and over the course of my career I have documented human rights... read on
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We Are Coming Nineveh (Battle For Mosul)
Copyright juan carlos 2021
Date of Work 11/01/16 - 11/30/16
Updated 04/13/20
Location Mosul
The Iraqi state in collaborating with the coalition forces led by the United States embarked in a military operation to recapture Iraq's second largest city, Mosul from the the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS). The offensive objective was to liberate the city from the domain of the ISIS extremist militia. The fierce battles left extensive damage to the city's infrastructure and thousands of Iraqis were killed and injured across Nineveh region as well as caused more than 800,000 people to flee  their homes as a result of fighting.

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