US airstrikes in Syria are now dwarfing those in Iraq, thanks to the fight for ...
But he added that the number of airstrikes is down in Iraq recently because of a spate of bad weather in the central part of the country. While U.S. planes can fly in it, the weather has limited the military's ability to perform aerial surveillance and ...
ISIS gaining ground despite US airstrikes
US carries out fresh air strikes against Islamic State targets in Kobani and Iraq
Turkish jets bomb Kurdish PKK rebels near Iraq
International Business Times
Fall in Oil Prices Poses a Problem for Russia, Iraq and Others
New York Times
MOSCOW — A steep decline in oil prices is straining the budgets of major petroleum-exporting countries around the globe, raising a specter of spending cuts in Russia, where the economy is under pressure from Western sanctions, and posing a potentially ...
How Saudi Arabian Oil Could Hurt ISIS Finances In Iraq And Syria
Iraq Follows Saudi Price Cuts as Brent Oil Falls With WTI
Iraq, Iran Follow Saudi Lead, Drop Brent By 1.5%
New York Times
Report: United States kept secret its chemical weapons finds in Iraq
(CNN) -- The U.S. government suppressed information about chemical weapons it found in Iraq, and several servicemembers were injured by their exposure to those weapons, The New York Times is reporting. In an article published late Tuesday, the ...
New York Times Reports WMD Found in Iraq
A Deadly Legacy in Iraq
The real question about chemical weapons in Iraq: Did the US take care of its ...
Insiders Blame Rove for Covering Up Iraqs Real WMD
Starting in 2004, some members of the George W. Bush administration and Republican lawmakers began to find evidence of discarded chemical weapons in Iraq. But when the information was brought up with the White House, senior adviser Karl Rove told ...
Insiders Blame Rove For Covering Up Iraq's Real WMD
Iraq Is Cutting Off Electricity From Regions Held By ISIS
Here's a fascinating little factlet: Areas of northern Iraq controlled by ISIS have suffered "massive reductions" in electricity use. A small part of this is probably due to reduced demand thanks to the economic damage ISIS has wreaked. But Andrew ...
UK to deploy armed drones against Islamic State in Iraq
UK Reaper drones operating in Afghanistan will be redeployed to be used against Islamic State militants in Iraq, the government has confirmed. The armed unmanned aircraft will be increasingly based in the Middle East as they are withdrawn from ...
UK to Send Reaper Drones to Strike Islamic State in Iraq
Armed UK drones deployed in Iraq, support fight against ISIS
Britain to re-deploy drones from Afghanistan to Iraq
Sydney Morning Herald
Australians warned to leave Iraq immediately
Sydney Morning Herald
The Department of Foreign Affairs is warning hundreds of Australians still believed to be in Iraq to get out immediately while Baghdad airport "remains open", underscoring the encroaching threat Islamic State fighters pose to the country's capital ...
Australians ordered out of Iraq
Australia urges citizens to leave Iraq
America's 'indigenous' partners in Iraq are making things worse
Stripes, which has been doing some of the best reporting on the situation inside Baghdad as ISIS militants continue to advance toward the city, has an excellent post up on Thursday which examines the current state of play in the Iraqi capital. “There ...
Iraq crisis: Wave of attacks in Baghdad leave 40 dead
Iraq: Attacks in Baghdad Area Leave at Least 50 Dead
On outskirts of Baghdad, Islamic State's advances raise tensions
US says ISIS made 'substantial gains' in Iraq
Militants of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) have scored “substantial gains” in Iraq despite a continuous U.S.-led air campaign, a senior U.S. official said on Wednesday. The group “has made substantial gains in Iraq,” and it will take time ...
Exclusive video shows ISIL battle in Iraq
Canadian troops entering a messy Iraq war: Walkom
Seven Worst-Case Scenarios for Iraq
Jean Chrétien defends Trudeau's opposition to Iraq combat mission
The Globe and Mail
Former prime minister Jean Chrétien is defending Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau's controversial decision to oppose Canada's air combat mission in Iraq, saying the fighter planes the Harper government is deploying are a “very marginal” response to the ...
Today's letters: On Iraq, 'Canada should stand shoulder to shoulder with other ...