1. Various of displaced Iraqi civilians walking in open field with farm animals, armed security personnel nearby
2. Humvee belonging to Iraqi special forces driven past destroyed cars
3. Displaced family on the back of humvee
4. Hussein Ali Ahmed, a displaced civilian from Safiya village who was held hostage by Islamic State (IS) group militants in Mosul, kissing an Iraqi soldier
5. Ahmed's family including a young child getting off the humvee
6. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic), Hussein Ali Ahmed, displaced Iraqi held hostage by IS militants:
"They came at midday while we were having lunch, and they told us 'Leave everything and get out'. I said, 'Please let us stay here, I have four disabled (people) in my family, I cannot carry them'. They threatened to shoot me, and they said, 'You have to carry them, get out'."
7. Ahmed's wife crying while getting off humvee
8. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Hussein Ali Ahmed, displaced Iraqi held hostage by IS militants:
"They said even if they are like dead bodies you have to carry them. So we were forced to leave and we came all the way from there (Safiya) to Mosul, where we spent four months."
9. Tracking shot Iraqi security forces escorting a suspected IS militant
10. Two suspected IS militants arrested by Iraqi security forces
11. Tilt -up from identification card in hands to face of male civilian waiting to undergo screening after he fled from Mosul
12. Various of men waiting to be checked by Iraqi security forces after fleeing
13. Close-up of women in veils
14. Women and children sitting in the shade
15. Civilians including young children walking with belongings in dusty fields
16. Iraqi forces humvee driven past fleeing civilians
Hundreds of displaced Iraqi civilians continued to flee fighting in Mosul on Saturday as Iraqi forces pushed deeper into the city amid stiff resistance from entrenched Islamic State fighters.
A day after Iraqi forces entered Mosul south-western edge for the first time, people including women and children walked through dusty hills towards the nearest village of Tull Abhdah, about seven kilometres (4 miles) from the Manum neighbourhood.
On the edge of a small village south of Mosul, dozens of families gathered against a crude cinderblock wall.
Many said they were from villages outside Mosul and had been forced to march to the city more than four months ago to serve as human shields.
Groups of men were screened at the site against a database of IS suspects and two prisoners were dragged past the crowd and into an abandoned building.
A special forces spokesman said troops were "moving very slowly" and that IS fighters are responding with car bombs, snipers and dozens of armed drones.
The drones have caused relatively few deaths, but have inflicted dozens of light injuries that have disrupted the pace of ground operations.
Iraqi forces declared eastern Mosul "fully liberated" in January after officially launching the operation to retake the city in October.