Iraqi Army Christian TownDownload
Licensed to London News Pictures. 23/10/2016. A wooden cross erected by Iraqi Army Counter Terrorism troops and draped with the Iraqi flag is seen on a roof of the Mart Shmony Church in Bartella, Iraq.
Bartella, a mainly Christian town with a population of around 30,000 people before being taken by the Islamic State in August 2014, was captured two days ago by the Iraqi Army's Counter Terrorism force as part of the ongoing offensive to retake Mosul. Although ISIS militants were pushed back a large amount of improvised explosive devices are still being found in the town's buildings. Photo credit: Matt Cetti-Roberts/LNP
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