Several 'high-value' ISIS leaders killed in Iraq, Pentagon officials say
U.S. airstrikes have killed several top Islamic State leaders in Iraq in recent weeks, limiting the terrorist army's ability to fight Iraqi and Kurdish forces, Pentagon officials said. Three top Islamic State leaders were killed in recent weeks ...
3 Senior ISIS Leaders Killed in US Airstrikes in Iraq
Several Islamic State Leaders Have Been Killed in Iraq, US Says
Top Islamic militants killed; more US troops going to Iraq
Kurds say they've retaken territory near Sinjar Mountain in northern Iraq
(CNN) -- Kurdish Peshmerga forces say they've recaptured territory near Sinjar Mountain in northern Iraq, where dramatic airdrops were made last summer to the Yazidis, one of Iraq's smallest minorities. The Kurish military says it has "cleansed" the ...
Iraqi Kurds say siege of Mount Sinjar broken
Iraq Kurds in push to retake Sinjar area from ISIS
Iraqi Kurdish Troops Battling IS Open Key Corridor in Iraq
As Stephen Colbert is Buried, He Buries the Iraq War
No offense to Phil Klay, an Iraq war vet who won the National Book Award for “Redeployment,” a book of short stories about the war, but: this is your big sendoff? Where's Billy Crystal dancing Colbert off into the sunset? Or Bette Midler singing to him ...
Love, American Style: Iraq's Kurds fans of all things US, Bush
Shops peddle American flags, U.S. military gear is prized and the locals speak glowingly of the nation they credit with removing Saddam Hussein, the dictator whose heavy hand so often came down on the minority clustered in Iraq's northern regions.
Iraq wins one-year reprieve on Gulf War reparations due to crisis
GENEVA (Reuters) - A United Nations body agreed on Thursday to let Iraq postpone its final payment of reparations to Kuwait for the 1990-91 Gulf War, in an effort to help ease Baghdad's cash-strapped budget. The consensus decision, reached by major ...
Kuwait accepts Iraq Gulf war pay delay
UN allows Iraq to delay payment of Kuwait reparations
Ban Ki-moon Welcomes Postponement of Iraq's Compensation Payments to ...
ISIS Slaughters 150 Females in Iraq for Refusing to Marry, Have Sex with Them
The Islamic State slaughtered over 50 people from the Al Bu Nimr tribe in Iraq's Anbar Province on November 2. The massacre included six women and four children. Witnesses said the militants lined up the victims, whom they “publicly killed one by one.
Isis 'executes scores of women for refusing to marry militants', Iraq ministry ...
Iraq: ISIS murdered 150 women and underage girls for refusing sex acts
Iraq: 241 Killed, Including 150 Women Who Spurned ISIS Suitors
A-10 evades D.C. foes, back to fight in Iraq
The Indiana National Guard unit whose aircraft are flying in Iraq announced its deployment back in September, but this week's appearance of the video coincidentally followed passage of the new National Defense Authorization Act, which spared most A-10s ...
General: ISIL battle in Iraq could take 3 years or more
The U.S., its allies and Iraq are now moving all the pieces in order to begin a new training effort for Iraqi troops in the New Year. About 1,500 more American troops are set to deploy to Iraq to help “build capacity,” as the Pentagon calls it, for ...
Operation To Free Yazidi Town Begins; 131 Killed Across Iraq
A large number of militants were killed in northern Iraq today during an operation to liberate Sinjar. Overall at least 131 people were killed and 12 were wounded. In a string of towns known as the “Baghdad Belt,” Sunni Iraqis are finding that the Shi ...
In northeast Iraq, flashes of resistance against Islamic State militants (+video)
Special Report: Inside Iraq's 'killing zones'
Iraq's Sunni tribes need support from Washington
Iraq PM Drops Lawsuits Against Journalists
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on Thursday ordered the withdrawal of all government lawsuits against journalists and media outlets, marking a departure from his predecessor Nouri al-Maliki, who was widely accused of using state institutions to ...
Iraq urges further cooperation to fight ISIL
Iraq calls for closer anti-terror cooperation
Iraq prime minister drops lawsuits against journalists