The 1920 British air bombing campaign in Iraq
British planes are involved in a third air campaign over Iraq in 23 years. But the RAF has bombed Iraq before - more than 90 years ago - and that controversial strategy has had a huge impact on modern warfare and the Middle East. An armed rebellion in ...
British jets bomb is target in iraq
UK Conducts New Series of Airstrikes Against Islamic State in Iraq: Defense ...
US helicopters join air war in Iraq against IS group
US Central Command, which is overseeing the air campaign in Iraq and Syria, said helicopters took part in strikes on Sunday and Monday in Iraq, at a time when Iraqi government forces are struggling against IS fighters in the country's west. "It has a ...
They're back: US uses Apache helicopters against ISIS in Iraq
In launching helicopter airstrikes in Iraq, the US increases the risk to troops
US helicopters attack in Iraq
Sydney Morning Herald
Iraq approves Aussie special forces on the ground
Sydney Morning Herald
Australian special forces have been cleared to start work on the ground in Iraq, helping local troops as they face the grinding task of driving Islamic State fighters out of their stronghold towns and cities. Prime Minister Tony Abbott is expected to ...
Leader Hopes Australia Troops Will Soon Enter Iraq
Belgium, Netherlands and Australia start combat flights against ISIS in Iraq
Australia launches first armed combat mission against Isis in Iraq
Iraq debate leaves Canadians in a fog of war: Harper government gives few ...
Canadian CF-18s will soon be heading off to war in Iraq, leaving Parliament and the public in a fog about some key elements of the military commitment — notably what efforts will be made to limit civilian casualties.
Aid pledge kicks off debate on Canada's combat mission in Iraq
Iraq aid announced as MPs debate 6-month ISIS combat mission
Nicholson cagey about extending Canada's combat commitment in Iraq
Iran Orders Elite Troops: Lay Off U.S. Forces in Iraq
U.S. intelligence officials tell The Daily Beast that the apparent Iranian decision not to target American troops inside Iraq reflects Iran's desire to strike a nuclear bargain with the United States and the rest of the international community before ...
Getting Into Bed with Iran in Iraq Will Have Consequences
ISIS in Iraq Recaptures Sections of Dhuluiya Town
ISIS fighters recaptured parts of the Iraqi town of Dhuluiya Sunday, pushing back security forces who had only recently won control, a defense ministry source told NBC News. The swift counterattack enabled the militants to retake northern and western ...
Wary Tribal Alliances, Born of Necessity, Offer Hope in Iraq
New York Times
Despite the support of United States-led airstrikes, anti-Islamic State forces have had little success driving the insurgents from territory they seized in Iraq and Syria. On Friday, after weathering days of aerial bombardments, Islamic State fighters ...
Iraq news reports say 18 civilians killed in strike aimed at militants
Town Falls to Islamic State in Iraq's Anbar Province
Islamic State Group Publicly Kills 6 Iraqi Troops
The Real Status of Forces in Afghanistan and Iraq
The United States' war on Iraq has also been a failure. The neocons want to blame the current disintegration of Iraq on President Obama for pulling US troops out. This is historical revisionism at its worst. The real blame goes to those who put the ...
Ghost villages of northern Iraq ripped apart by Isil jihadists
Both villages were seized in August by the jeep-led armies of Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil), but only in the now-devastated village of Barzanke were the Sunni jihadists welcomed. The number of black flags that sprouted immediately ...
Iraq, Syria, and the Islamic State: A Matter of Control
Chambliss: Ground troops needed to fight terrorists in Syria and Iraq
Ghost Villages of Northern Iraq Ripped Apart By ISIS Jihadists
Pentagon: Up to $1.1 Billion Cost for Iraq, Syria
The Pentagon has spent as much as $1.1 billion on U.S. military operations against Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria since the mission began in mid-June, including more than $62 million alone in Navy airstrikes and Tomahawk cruise missiles.