Several thousand parents in Iraq's Mosul city are concerned about the future of their children who were born under Daesh's rule. The Iraqi authorities are willing to register them, but corruption has complicated the process.
The offensive to retake the Old City was launched on Sunday but progress has been slow as Iraqi forces encounter stiff resistance from Daesh members.
Civil defence officials and residents say civilians were killed by coalition air strikes.
The Majority of prisoners were former members of the Iraqi police and army who were executed along with their families.
Residents of Mosul may face a horrific future as Iraqi soldiers and Shia militias stand accused of torturing the city's children
Turkish President Erdogan says that his country has several action plans for the offensive to retake Mosul from Daesh.
Binali Yildirim says Turkish soldiers have been training fighters in Iraq for a long time. Earlier, the Iraqi parliament asked its government to declare the military experts from Turkey "occupation forces".
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