New York Times
A Train Ride Through Time: From Iraq's Checkered Past Into an Uncertain Future
New York Times
BAGHDAD — Saad al-Tammimi is in his fourth decade working for Iraq's railroads, a career that has taken him all around his country, and around the Middle East. Nowadays, though, he can go only from Baghdad to Basra, across the relatively calm ...
Could Iraq's tribes provide the glue that keeps the country from falling apart?
Iraq approves Australian anti-Islamic State forces
Australia has reached an agreement with Iraq to allow 200 special forces personnel to train local troops to fight against Islamic State militants. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said the military would now decide when to deploy the special forces group ...
Deal agreed for Australian forces to deploy in Iraq, Foreign Minister Julie ...
ADF to deploy 200 special forces troops into Iraq after Julie Bishop signs deal
After Delay, Iraq Appoints Two to Posts for Security
New York Times (blog)
Right-Wing Media's Failed Attempt To Justify Iraq War With NY Times Chemical ...
Media Matters for America (blog)
Salon's Simon Maloy reported that the Bush administration expected to find the older weapons in Iraq in addition to the alleged new chemical weapons program, and that former Bush administration officials admitted that the "presence of ancient chemical ...
Op-Talk | Who Was Right About WMDs in Iraq?
Insiders Blame Rove for Covering Up Iraqs Real WMD
The real question about chemical weapons in Iraq: Did the US take care of its ...
Wall Street Journal
US Steps Up Airstrikes in Iraq's Anbar Province
Wall Street Journal
Over the weekend, the attacks by the U.S. and its coalition have intensified. With strikes on the berm and additional oil refineries, the military has struck more and varied targets in both Iraq and Syria. Still, despite the intensified strikes ...
Airstrikes hit ISIS targets in Syria, Iraq
AOL.com Article - Pentagon readying for long war in Iraq, Syria
US military targets ISIS, 2 days & 25 airstrikes in Syria and Iraq
Iraq crisis: Baghdad Shia mosque hit by suicide attack
A suicide attacker has killed at least 18 people at a Shia mosque in Iraq, the latest in a spate of similar bombings. The attacker blew himself up in a crowd gathered for a funeral in western Baghdad's affluent Harthiyah area. Dozens have been killed ...
Bombings hit Baghdad Shi'te mosque, military convoy in northern Iraq
Iraq crisis: MPs complete anti-IS government
Iraqi MPs have approved new defence and interior ministers, completing a unity government that is battling the spread of Islamic State militants. Mohammed Salem al-Ghabban, a Shia, was appointed interior minister, while Khaled al-Obeidi, a Sunni, was ...
Appointment of Iraq's new interior minister opens door to militia and Iranian ...
BAGHDAD — Iraq's parliament voted Saturday to put an affiliate of an Iranian-backed paramilitary group in charge of a key security ministry, a move that could strike a serious blow to efforts to unite Sunnis and Shiites to wrest back their country ...
Iraq appoints new security chiefs
After months of discrete backroom haggling that characterises Iraq's political dealings, parliament approved Prime Minister Haidar Abadi's nominations of a controversial and powerful Shia militia and political organisation to the post of interior ...
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 ...
Exclusive video shows ISIL battle in Iraq
Australians warned to leave Iraq immediately
Death Penalty Fuels Violence in Iraq, Says UN Report
Iraq should stop its widespread use of the death penalty, which is unjust, flawed and only fuels the violence it purports to deter, the United Nations said in a report on Sunday. Sixty people were hanged in Iraq by the end of August this year, and ...
Executions Could Be Iraq's Real Challenge to Unity
UN Says Iraq Has Executed 60 People This Year
Iraq should bag death penalty, UN argues