Iraq troops reach Baiji oil refinery besieged by IS
Iraqi officials say their security forces have reached the Baiji oil refinery after driving out Islamic State (IS) fighters from the area. Gen Abdul Wahab al-Saadi told Iraqi state TV that this could be the "main key in liberating each span of Iraq ...
Isis in Iraq: Baghdad hails the retaking of the Baiji oil refinery as the ...
Iraq's Biggest Oil Plant to Reopen After Militants Moved
Islamic State fighters are retreating from Baiji oil refinery, Iraq officials say
Near The Front Lines In Iraq, An Homage To The White House
There are a lot of American knockoffs in the Kurdish parts of northern Iraq: Burger Queen is Burger King's twin, and instead of Papa John's, people get their pizza at PJ's. The latest knockoff comes courtesy of Kurdish businessman Shihab Shihab after ...
New York Times
Tomas Young, Army Veteran, Dies at 34; Critic of Iraq War in Film
New York Times
Paralyzed from the chest down, the Iraq War veteran is seen in a 2007 documentary film taking dozens of pills for spasms, pain and depression. He speaks agonizingly about his sexual problems. Viewers watch him marry and, eight months later, divorce.
Iraq Accuses ISIS of Stealing 1 Million Tons of Grain
The supplies of wheat and barley were reportedly stolen from Iraq's northwestern Nineveh Province and routed to the Syrian cities of Raqqa and Deir al-Zor, Falah Hassan al-Zeidan said, Reuters reports. The allegation, which could not be independently ...
Islamic State fighters pushed back on fronts in Syria, Iraq
US targets Islamic militants with more airstrikes in Syria, Iraq: Central Command
Why IS is stronger in Syria than in Iraq
Iraq's Dubai Is on Pause
Instead of shoppers browsing Western chain stores -- the most visible signs of Erbil's recent economic boom -- the unfinished mall is filled with destitute, displaced families who fled the Islamic State's takeover of northern Iraq in August. With no ...
Iraq expects 2015 budget based on $80 per barrel oil price - minister
Iraq expects 2015 budget based on $80 per barrel oil price
Iraq oil exports steady
Why the 2007 surge in Iraq actually failed
It bought time,” writes retired Lieutenant General Daniel Bolger in his new book, “Why We Lost: A General's Inside Account of the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars.” It's not surprising that those words of wisdom come from a retired officer. But it is a shame ...
Why the Myth of “Winning” the Iraq War Is So Harmful
Neocons' Fateful Iraq 'Surge' Myth
Ambassador Paul Bremer: Need a Bush-Like Surge in Iraq
Photo essay: The burn pits of Iraq and Afghanistan
During most of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the military and its contractors disposed of garbage and everything else it did not want to ship back to the U.S. in open-air burn pits. There were at least 230 burn pits in Iraq and Afghanistan ...
Tony Blair shown Iraq inquiry findings prior to public release
Letters containing in-depth conclusions of a public inquiry into Britain's 2003 Iraq War have been dispatched to the probe's primary participants. Critics charge that the brutal eight-year war divided Britain and blackened Tony Blair's legacy. Under UK ...
Voice of America
Amid 'monstrous' violence, ISIL aims to tear Iraq apart, build 'state of ...
UN News Centre
18 November 2014 – The atrocious crimes perpetrated by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) risk plunging Iraq into catastrophe as the country reels from bitter sectarian tensions and a growing humanitarian crisis affecting over 5 million ...
UN Human Rights Chief Urges Iraq to Join ICC
Iraq and US Find Some Potential Sunni Allies Have Already Been Lost
New York Times
In the Islamic State's rapid consolidation of the Sunni parts of Iraq and Syria, the jihadists have used a double-pronged strategy to gain the obedience of Sunni tribes. While using their abundant cash and arms to entice tribal leaders to join their ...
Massacre in Iraq Isn't Enough to Unite the Country Against Islamic State