3 Senior ISIS Leaders Killed in US Airstrikes in Iraq
Three senior ISIS leaders have been killed in recent weeks by U.S. airstrikes inside Iraq, including the terror group's right-hand man, the Pentagon confirmed. The news comes as the American commander leading the U.S. effort against ISIS in Iraq and ...
Top U.S. general says training effort in Iraq will last 'three years minimum'
Several Islamic State Leaders Have Been Killed in Iraq, US Says
US Official: Several IS Leaders in Iraq Killed in Airstrikes
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1000 soldiers from the 82nd Airborne headed to Iraq
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Iraq's leaders told Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Tuesday that local security forces want an increase in airstrikes and American-made weaponry in their fight to defeat Islamic State militants.
About 1000 82nd Airborne paratroopers tabbed for Iraq deployment
1000 paratroopers to deploy to Iraq
Iraq Clashes With IS Delay Evacuation of Yazidis
Fighting was still underway near the mountain, said Mahma Khalil, himself a member of Iraq's minority Yazidis. He said the need to plan and prepare for logistics and transportation contributed to the delay. However, Khalil said Iraqi Kurdish peshmerga ...
Peshmerga Fighters Free Yazidis Besieged by ISIS on Iraq's Sinjar Mountain
Sinjar Operation Continues; 142 Killed Across Iraq
Kurds say they've retaken territory near Sinjar Mountain in northern Iraq
For Leopards in Iran and Iraq, Land Mines Are a Surprising Refuge
SULAYMANIYAH, Iraq—Few parts of the world look more hostile to big cats than the rugged wilderness that flanks the northern Iran-Iraq frontier. Laced with land mines and roamed by packs of dedicated poachers, it's an environment seemingly calculated ...
US Airstrikes in Iraq and Syria Have Cost $1 Billion
The cost of U.S. military airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq and Syria has topped $1 billion. "As of Dec. 11, 2014, the total cost of operations related to ISIL since kinetic operations started on August 8, 2014 is $1.02 billion and the average daily cost ...
ISIS extremists 'offer British teenagers cash to become jihadi brides in Syria ...
What needs to happen next in Iraq
Kurdish peshmerga recently opened a corridor to Mt. Sinjar, rescuing 10,000 Yazidis under siege by the Islamic State. Liberating Mosul, Iraq's second largest city, is next. Kurds will be asked to help, but Arab Sunnis and tribes from the Nineveh plains ...
Iraq Kurds press fightback as top rebel reported killed
ISIS in Iraq: Yazidis freed from Mount Sinjar after being trapped since August
From Syria and Iraq to Iran: Kurdish Minorities Push For Autonomy
US OKs Sale of 175 Tanks to Iraq; Deal Worth $2.4B
The Obama administration has approved the sale of 175 Abrams tanks to Iraq in a deal worth an estimated $2.4 billion. A government statement says the tanks will help Iraq "quickly mobilize and defend its border" and demonstrate U.S. commitment to the ...
US Approves $3 Billion Sale of Tanks, Armored Vehicles to 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 ...
Kuwait accepts Iraq Gulf war pay delay
Asked about reports that Iraq had asked to defer payment of the last tranche of its reparations to Kuwait, Foreign Ministry Undersecretary Khaled al-Jarallah was quoted as saying: "The brothers in Iraq have presented the request formally and ...
Iraq wins one-year reprieve on Gulf War reparations due to crisis
UN allows Iraq to delay payment of Kuwait reparations
Kuwait Says Accepts Iraq Request On Gulf War Reparations
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.