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Escaped Inmates From Iraq Fuel Syria Insurgency
New York Times
BAGHDAD — A series of daring but little noticed breakouts from Iraqi prisons has freed hundreds of hardened militants who are now among the leaders and foot soldiers of the radical Sunni groups operating in neighboring Syria and, increasingly, in Iraq ...
Abu Ghraib culture in 'liberated' Iraq continues
Thousands of women being tortured in jails in Iraq
Perpetuating the Abu Ghraib Culture: The Harrowing Abuse of Iraqi Women
UN: Clashes in Iraq's Anbar displaced 300000
Violence in Iraq's Sunni-dominated Anbar province, where armed groups fully control one city and parts of another, has displaced up to 300,000 people in six weeks, the United Nations has said. The province has been hit by a surge in fighting between ...
Violence in Iraq's Anbar province 'displaces 300000'
Displacement from Iraq's Anbar province
Iraq PM pledges jobs for allies as 300000 displaced
Bombs kill at least 17 across Iraq: police and medics
No group claimed responsibility for any of the attacks, but Sunni Islamists and other insurgents have been regaining ground in a violent campaign to destabilize Iraq's Shi'ite-led government. More than 1,000 people were killed in attacks across the ...
Controversy surrounds alleged Iraq-Iran arms deal
Day of violence leaves 17 dead across Iraq: Sources
Iraq: Suicide bombing tutor kills himself and 20 pupils in training camp gaffe
A suicide bombing instructor killed himself and 20 of his pupils in Iraq when he accidentally set off explosives during a training session, it's emerged. The incident happened at an insurgents' camp near Samarra, around 100km north-west of the capital ...
Al-Qaeda Splinter Faction Shows How Not to Be a Terrorist
Iraq: 21 Die as Militants Accidently Blow Themselves Up
Iraq car bomb instructor blows up 21 of his students
Foreign Policy (blog)
We Did Not 'Lose' Iraq
Foreign Policy (blog)
In late December, the al Qaeda-linked Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) seized considerable territory in the predominantly Sunni Anbar province. Its gains included neighborhoods in the city of Fallujah, the site of an epic U.S. battle against al ...
New terror in Iraq
Iraq: The High Cost of Retreat
Focus: Iraq Near Implosion (2-2)
Iraq speaker escapes assassination bid
Mosul and surrounding Nineveh province, where al-Nujaifi's brother Atheel is governor, are two of Iraq's most violent areas, with attacks regularly targeting security forces, government officials as well as civilians. In another blast, at least 21 ...
These are the 9 weapons the US is selling Iraq
Now, Iraqi security forces and pro-government tribesmen are fighting Al Qaeda-linked militant groups in the same cities that saw some of the highest casualties among US troops during the Iraq war. But their efforts have been hampered by their lack of ...
9 weapons the US is selling Iraq
Iraq war veterans back home after 2400-mile walk to raise awareness
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Iraq war veterans Anthony Anderson (left) and Tom Voss are shown on their walk from Milwaukee to Los Angeles to raise money and awareness of Veterans' issues. By Meg Jones of the Journal Sentinel. Feb. 12, 2014 10:57 a.m.. Tweet. Email; Print.
Al Qaeda-Linked Group Reportedly Started Printing Its Own Currency in Iraq ...
A tribal leader in western Iraq's Anbar Province showed the media a photo of one of the bills issued by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) printed in the amount of “one Islamic hundred pounds.” This photo was posted on several Arabic ...
Anatomy of militant groups reveals Iraq's different challenges
Al Qaeda-linked Group Printing Currency in Iraq With Osama, WTC Images
Al-Qaeda-ISIL Split: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly – Analysis
UK floods: Iraq war veteran Maj Gen Patrick Sanders leads military flood response
The general leading military efforts to deal with flooding commanded troops in one of the toughest periods of the Iraq war, and has since proved willing to hold his political masters to account for equipment shortages. As Assistant Chief of Defence ...