ISIS took control over Mosul in 2014 and since then, the residents of the city have been disconnected from the Internet and prohibited from using cell phones. The Iraqi Army backed by the U.S.-led coalition has been working to expel the terrorists from the city but there is still a lot of work to be done. Some 14,000 refugees flee the city a day, seeking shelter in the nearby U.N. refugee camps. Sky News recently visited one of the camps and spoke with some of the refugees.

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