Seven thousands displaced civilians from Mosul in the past 48 hours

BAGHDAD / Iraqi Red Crescent Society announced the displacement of seven thousands of civilians from Mosul in the past 48 hours in the largest exodus record number since the start of the liberation operation of Mosul.

Member of the Society Iyad Rafid said in a statement that the army and the teams of the Ministry of Immigration transported during the past 48 hours about seven thousand civilians from the eastern and the southern districts of Mosul with the continued armed clashes between Iraqi forces and the Daesh organization."

He added that "nearly six thousand civilians were taken to Al-Jadaa camp in the Qayyarah area south of Mosul which is supervised by the federal government, and about a thousand people were transferred to Khazar and Hassan Sham camps.

He said, that this number, is the largest of displacement record number at this time since the start of the liberation operation of Mosul, on the seventeenth of last October, and reflects how bad the humanitarian situation in the liberated areas, as well as the intensity of the fighting in some neighborhoods" ./ End

Source: National Iraqi News Agency