The Mosul offensive (2015) was an offensive launched by Kurdish Peshmerga forces on 21 January 2015, with the objective of severing key ISIL supply routes to Mosul, Iraq, and to recapture neighboring areas around Mosul. The effort was supported by US-led coalition airstrikes. The Iraqi Army was widely expected to launch the planned operation to retake the actual city of Mosul in the Spring of 2015, but the offensive was postponed to October 2016, after Ramadi fell to ISIL in May 2015.

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  • The Mosul offensive (2015) was an offensive launched by Kurdish Peshmerga forces on 21 January 2015, with the objective of severing key ISIL supply routes to Mosul, Iraq, and to recapture neighboring areas around Mosul. The effort was supported by US-led coalition airstrikes. The Iraqi Army was widely expected to launch the planned operation to retake the actual city of Mosul in the Spring of 2015, but the offensive was postponed to October 2016, after Ramadi fell to ISIL in May 2015. (en)
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  • Unknown
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  • United Kingdom
  • Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant
  • *Peshmerga
  • Airstrikes:
  • CJTF-OIR
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dbo:date
  • 2015-02-10 (xsd:date)
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  • Peshmerga victory
  • * The US-led Coalition intensifies airstrikes near Mosul to support the campaign to retake the city
  • * Peshmerga forces continue to hold the areas and roads they captured, with Coalition airstrikes hampering ISIL operations in the region
  • * KurdishPeshmergaforces cut crucial supply routes to Mosul, retook some nearby villages, and opened three fronts to the northwest of Mosul, nearBadush Dam
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  • ISIL:
  • * 12,000+ fighters
  • * 5,000 soldiers
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  • 2018-05-04 04:39:05Z (xsd:date)
  • 2019-04-01 00:26:46Z (xsd:date)
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  • 2018-04-15 12:38:17Z (xsd:date)
  • 2019-04-01 00:15:31Z (xsd:date)
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  • Map of the Kurdish-launched Mosul offensive in early 2015 (en)
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  • 3 (xsd:integer)
  • 256 (xsd:integer)
  • Unknown (en)
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  • Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (en)
  • United Kingdom (en)
  • CJTF-OIR (en)
  • * Peshmerga Airstrikes: (en)
dbp:commander
  • Barack Obama (en)
  • Abdullah II (en)
  • Masoud Barzani (en)
  • Stephen Harper (en)
  • David Cameron (en)
  • Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi (en)
  • Abu Suleiman al-Naser (en)
  • (en)
  • "Prince of Nineveh" (en)
  • Abu Malik (en)
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  • Mosul offensive (en)
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  • --01-21
  • (en)
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  • 300 (xsd:integer)
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  • the Military intervention against ISIL (en)
  • the Iraq War (2014–present), (en)
  • the Spillover of the Syrian Civil War, and (en)
  • the Iraqi Civil War (2014–2017), (en)
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  • Peshmerga victory * Kurdish Peshmerga forces cut crucial supply routes to Mosul, retook some nearby villages, and opened three fronts to the northwest of Mosul, near Badush Dam * The US-led Coalition intensifies airstrikes near Mosul to support the campaign to retake the city * Peshmerga forces continue to hold the areas and roads they captured, with Coalition airstrikes hampering ISIL operations in the region (en)
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  • * 5,000 soldiers (en)
  • ISIL: * 12,000+ fighters (en)
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  • The Mosul offensive (2015) was an offensive launched by Kurdish Peshmerga forces on 21 January 2015, with the objective of severing key ISIL supply routes to Mosul, Iraq, and to recapture neighboring areas around Mosul. The effort was supported by US-led coalition airstrikes. The Iraqi Army was widely expected to launch the planned operation to retake the actual city of Mosul in the Spring of 2015, but the offensive was postponed to October 2016, after Ramadi fell to ISIL in May 2015. (en)
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  • Mosul offensive (2015) (en)
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