In 2003, US experts doubted key Iraq war claim: cable
President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney had earlier linked Iraq with al Qaeda and international terrorism and, incorrectly, said it was in possession of weapons of mass destruction, justifying the March 20, 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq.
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Senator: Bush Misled Nation in Run-up to Iraq War
Armed Services chairman demands CIA release cable on Iraq War
ISIS Commander Reveals How The 'Caliph' Radicalized Under American ...
But an interview with a jihadist who was reportedly jailed with Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi a decade ago sheds more light on the mysterious figure and how the Islamic State was born from a US-run prison in southern Iraq. Martin Chulov wrote an in-depth ...
ISIS foreign recruits are all smiles as they dropped off to militants in Iraq ...
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Attacks Kill 15 in Iraq as Country Battles IS
No one immediately claimed responsibility for the bombing but Samarra and its surrounding areas have been under constant attacks by the Islamic State group, which captured large swaths of western and northern Iraq in a summer blitz. The militant group ...
Iraq presses Hagel for more strikes on ISIL
Iraq PM asks Hagel for more help fighting ISIS
Iraq presses Hagel for more US air strikes, weapons
Iraq Says Asia Crude Discounts Offer No Basis for Oil Price War
Iraq said its decision to deepen the discount for January sales of its main crude to Asia provides no support for claims that producers are waging a price war. Pricing for next month's shipments of the Basrah Light grade to Asia is “based on the market ...
Oil price war talk gains momentum as Iraq cuts prices
Iraq cuts official crude oil selling price to Asia, US
Oil Drops As Iraq Follows Saudi Arabia In Cutting Prices
Shaky grip on northern road as Iraq pushes advance against IS
Obeidi was proving a point by making his first visit to Iraq's biggest oil refinery, where a battle that broke a five month siege has been the main focus of the government's U.S.-backed fightback against Islamic State. That the defense minister could ...
Iraq's Sadr readies militia to fight for Samarra
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's powerful Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr has put his militia on alert to battle Islamic State militants for the city of Samarra, home to a Shi'ite mosque whose destruction eight years ago plunged the country into sectarian war.
Iraq's Sadr tells his militia to ready for anti-ISIS 'jihad'
Iraq's Western Sunni Tribes Are Organizing Into Militias To Fight ISIS
Shiite militias deepen Iraq's sectarian conflict
Apartments labeled “Iraq” and “Afghanistan” by gang now safe zone
They call the Greenbriar apartments, which are also in North Memphis, “Iraq.” Members of the Multi-Agency Gang Taskforce say residents are hostages in their own homes. “If you can imagine Iraq sitting in the middle of Memphis, Tennessee. That's what ...
Shiite pilgrims flock to Iraq holy city, government fears attack
Not only are many troops diverted to tackle ISIS fighters elsewhere -- forcing authorities to rely more heavily on Shiite militia to keep order-- but this year's flood of foreign visitors has been swollen by Iraq's decision to ease visa requirements ...
Shiite pilgrims flock to Iraq holy city, govt fears attack
Iraq War veteran disappeared near Golden Gate Bridge
Police are hoping the public can help locate an Iraq War veteran who went missing in San Francisco more than two weeks ago. Joseph Weber, 28, of Sunnyvale, was last seen near the Golden Gate Bridge around 3 p.m. Nov. 24, Sunnyvale police Capt.
Iraq war vet to take over HASC personnel panel
A leadership round of musical chairs has put an Iraq War veteran in charge of the House Armed Services Committee's personnel panel for the first time, and South Carolina Rep. Joe Wilson in charge of the intelligence subcommittee. The moves announced ...