Pentagon checks the information about the death in Mosul, 200 civilians from air strikes by the US
The U.S. defense Department checks the information about the deaths caused from the air U.S. air strikes about two hundred civilians in the Iraqi city of Mosul.
According to the newspaper The New York Times about the incident to representatives of the military Department told the locals. The beginning of inspections to the edition confirmed in charge of the operation in Mosul command of the international coalition, which includes the United States. According to the representative of the coalition of Colonel Joseph Skrocki subject to an investigation, which concerns the air strikes inflicted in the period from 17 to 23 March.
Iraqi government forces are continuing the operation to liberate the Western part of Mosul. For her time the armed forces have fought off ISIS for more than two thirds of the city and blocked the terrorists. A radical change in the course of the offensive occurred in early March. In 2014, the third largest city of Iraq was under the control of the IG and was considered its unofficial capital.