New York Post
Mysterious Iranian general fights ISIS in Iraq
New York Post
A Lebanese official close to the group said Hezbollah is known to have “a limited number of advisers” in Iraq who are not directly involved in fighting on the front lines, and that al-Haj was one of them. The official spoke on condition of anonymity ...
Iran General Said to Mastermind Iraq Ground War
Iran General Ghasem Soleimani Battles ISIS in Iraq: AP Sources
Uk 'stepping up' troops in iraq
During his first visit to Iraq, Mr Fallon told the BBC: "We are going to be stepping up our training effort. I can't give you precise numbers. I'm here to evaluate training needs and there are areas of expertise, particularly in counter-IED, roadside ...
UK's role in Iraq to be boosted
Iraq War II: UK to send new batch of troops to fight ISIS
Britain prepares to send troops back to Iraq
Wall Street Journal
Iraq Plagued by Budget Crisis Amid Menace of Islamic State
Wall Street Journal
BAGHDAD—Another crisis is percolating in Iraq beneath the onslaught of Islamic State militants: a shrinking economy and a widening fiscal deficit that politicians and analysts worry will further undermine the country's ability to fight off the insurgents.
US continues strikes against Islamic State in Syria, Iraq: US Central Command
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States continued its assault on Islamic State militants this week, conducting 14 airstrikes in recent days in Syria and Iraq, U.S. Central Command said in a statement on Wednesday. From Monday through Wednesday, ...
Airstrikes Continue Against ISIL in Syria, Iraq
Iraq Plans ISIS Counteroffensive With US Help
More Heavy Fighting in IS-Held Kobani
The Obama Administration's Biggest Problem In Iraq Is Painfully Ironic
Islamic State militants have consolidated control of about 80% of Iraq's crucial Anbar province by killing resisting tribesmen by the hundreds. Meanwhile, Shia militias — some of them backed by Iran — are using the fight against the Islamic State ...
Divide and Rule: America Ignites a Politico-Religious “Civil War” in Iraq and ...
Finance minister: Iraq harmed by reckless spending in ISIS fight
Australian Super Hornets have bombed 14 Isis targets in Iraq
The chief of joint operations, Vice Admiral David Johnston, said he was hopeful the 200 Australian special forces members would move into Iraq within the next week, having been in the United Arab Emirates since September awaiting final clearance.
Iraq update: Australian fighter jets fly 144 missions against Islamic State
Legal hurdles cleared for 200 armed Diggers to enter Iraq
Australian Airstrikes At High Tempo, Pounding 14 ISIS Targets In Iraq
NZ military personnel headed for Iraq
Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee confirmed three unarmed military personnel left for Iraq this week to assess how New Zealand could help the fight against the Islamic State group. Former foreign minister and NZ First leader Winston Peters said the ...
Support lacking for Iraq move
New Zealand Won't Send Troops to Fight IS in Iraq
Tragic Setbacks for US Allies in Iraq and Syria
"The fall of the village dampened the Shi'ite-led national government's hopes the Sunni tribesmen of Anbar—who once helped U.S. Marines defeat al Qaeda—would become a formidable force again and help the army take on Iraq's new, far more effective ...
Canada conducts first airstrikes on IS targets in Iraq
ISIS' mass executions of Sunni men, women and children in Iraq continues
Fearing Uprising, Iraq Militants Hunt Ex-Police
Remembering the Iraq War's bloodiest battle, 10 years later
Lance Cpl. Christopher Adlesperger and his squad burst into a house in the Iraqi city of Fallujah 10 years ago this month, and immediately came under a hail of machine-gun fire. The first Marine into the building, Lance Cpl. Erick Hodges, was killed ...
British troops back in Iraq to help Kurdish forces fight Islamic State
The British Government pledged in August that it would not send 'boots on the ground' to deal with the Iraq crisis, but deployed 150 special forces troops after Prime Minister David Cameron warned that the situation may require 'military action to go ...