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In the last day about 2,400 Iraqi civilians left western Mosul, where government forces are fighting the Islamic State militants. CNN reports the Minister of Displacement and Migration, Jasem Mohammed al-Jaff explained, “field operational personnel received the displaced people fleeing the fighting,” during the weekend. About 3, 888 people are in al-Jada’s refugee camp and al-Qayyara airport south of Mosul since the operation started on February 19. In the al-Jawsaq neighborhood, 25 internally displaced families are in refugee camps. Iraq’s Federal Police said landmines killed or injured more than 50 civilians. Iraq’s counterrorism forces liberated the al-Ma’moun neighborhood. Iraq’s Federal Police defused a vehicle with a container of 1,000 liters of poisonous gas left by Islamic State group, according to Iraqi’s federal police. The United Nations believe that about 750.000 civilians are still inside Mosul.