AOL.com Article - Pentagon readying for long war in Iraq, Syria
"The campaign to destroy ISIL will take time, and there will be occasional setbacks along the way," Austin told a Pentagon news conference, "particularly in these early stages of the campaign as we coach and mentor a force (in Iraq) that is actively ...
US stresses Iraq emphasis even as air strikes escalate against Isis in Syria
US airstrikes in Syria are now dwarfing those in Iraq, thanks to the fight for ...
US general says Iraq retaking some ground from Islamic State
Iraq Imposes Curfew in Ramadi, Fearing Militants
Iraq imposed a curfew in the western city of Ramadi on Friday amid fears that the Islamic State group was looking to advance on the strategically important city as attacks in Baghdad killed 28 people, officials said. The curfew, which began before dawn ...
New York Times (blog)
Op-Talk | Who Was Right About WMDs in Iraq?
New York Times (blog)
An exposé from C.J. Chivers at The New York Times about chemical weapons found in Iraq incited a flurry of “I-told-you-so” reactions from right-wing pundits and observers. This in turn caused a flood of denying comments from liberal media.
Blame game: Karl Rove covered up discovery of chemical weapons in Iraq
The New York Times Rediscovers Weapons of Mass Destruction in Iraq
Right-Wing Media's Failed Attempt To Justify Iraq War With NY Times Chemical ...
ISIS Holding Thousands of Women and Children as Slaves in Iraq and Syria
The latest edition of Dabiq, an ISIS magazine, includes an impassioned argument for the practice as well as an account of how the Yazidi women from the Sinjar region of Iraq were distributed among the fighters. “The Yazidi women and children were ...
New York Times Reports WMD Found in Iraq
U.S. News & World Report
The New York Times published an article this week that has re-ignited a 12-year-old debate: Was then-President George W. Bush right about Iraq? The report examined U.S. service personnel's encounters with abandoned chemical weapons in Iraq – and ...
ISIS Militants Target Baghdad Amid Wave Of Attacks In Iraq
BAGHDAD (AP) — Militants unleashed a wave of attacks in Iraq on Thursday, mainly targeting Shiite areas in and around the capital of Baghdad, killing at least 50 people and wounding dozens, authorities said. The Islamic State group has overrun vast ...
This Amazing Film Shows What Iraq Was Like In The 1950s
Since this movie was made, Iraq has been the site of repeated conflict and atrocities — chemical warfare, sectarian violence, a US-led invasion, and now ISIS' blitz across the country. Many observers wonder whether Iraq will even be able to survive as ...
New York Times
A Deadly Legacy in Iraq
New York Times
Another chapter has been added to the dismal legacy of America's involvement in Iraq. An investigation by C.J. Chivers, published in The Times on Wednesday, found that American and American-trained Iraqi troops discovered thousands of abandoned and ...
Best hope for Iraq is a loose confederation
THERE IS little hope now of restoring a unified Iraq, let alone creating a new counterweight to Iran or Syria. Iraq is broken. It's broken into its three natural and historical parts — the vast majority of Shiites in the south up to the Baghdad area ...
Iraq crisis: 'At least 50 killed' in wave of terrorist attacks across Baghdad
Iraq crisis: Wave of attacks in Baghdad leave 40 dead
Iraq: Attacks in Baghdad Area Leave at Least 50 Dead
Australian air strikes in Iraq kill Isis fighters on 'at least two' occasions
At least two Australian air strikes in Iraq have killed an unspecified number of Isis fighters, out of a total of 43 sorties by Australian Super Hornet jets, military chiefs said. Chief of joint operations, Vice Admiral David Johnston, confirmed there ...
RAAF fighters step up strikes in Iraq as US targets Syria
Deadly Australian air strikes dent IS morale in Iraq: Rear Admiral David Johnston
ADF gives update on deadly Iraq strikes