Iraqi forces push deeper into western Mosul
The US-led forces are trying to capture a bridge across the Tigris.
In Iraq, security forces pushed deeper into western Mosul amid stiff resistance from entrenched Islamic State militants.
The US-led forces are trying to capture a bridge across the Tigris linking the city's government-held eastern bank with the remaining militants held areas in the west.
Iraqi forces earlier captured eastern Mosul in January, after almost four months of fighting.