Stopping car bombs in Mosul
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Stopping car bombs in Mosul's narrow streets

The Iraqi army is making progress in its fight against the Islamic State group in its one-time stronghold of Mosul.

As the battle continues in the residential parts of western Mosul, one of the challenges is stopping the group's car bombs.

The BBC's defence correspondent Jonathan Beale reports from the city.

  • 02 Apr 2017
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