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The U.S.-backed offensive is continuing its push to take back Mosul from ISIS.
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The U.S.-backed bid to retake Mosul will feature several fighting forces. Some are bitter rivals, but all are hellbent on driving out ISIS.
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Police fired water cannons at protesters over the removals.
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Several of the dead were police officers.
It's one more sign that the Kurds, key to defeating ISIS, are unlikely to embrace Assad as a partner.
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