Iraqi authorities destroyed the ISIS altar of death
Iraq has demolished a building which was used by ISIS to throw gay men to their deaths.
The National Insurance Company building in Mosul was once a celebrated icon of Iraqi architecture but was put to sinister use by the Islamist terror group.
The building had been ravaged by the months-long fight to oust IS from Mosul, which ended in the summer of 2017, and is now being cleared away by Iraqi authorities.
Labourers and bulldozers were today removing rubble and twisted metal from the gutted ruins of the building in the west of the city.
Source: Daily Mail