Bomb attacks kill at least 24 in Iraq capital
No group immediately claimed responsibility for any of the attacks, but Shi'ites are often targeted by Sunni Islamist insurgents who have been regaining ground in Iraq over the past year and overran several towns in recent weeks. In Monday's deadliest ...
Iraq's Nineveh Province Considers Autonomy
Iraq violence kills at least 22
Baghdad, Iraq Bombings Kill at Least 23
Iraq attacks kill 17, army fights to retake town from militants
Militants raised the black flag of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) - a hardline Sunni group also fighting in neighboring Syria - over parts of Sulaiman Pek, 160 km (100 miles) north of Baghdad, on Thursday. Sunni militancy has been on ...
Nine killed in clashes, attacks in Iraq
Iraq Militants Take Credit for Killing 15 Troops
Security forces kill 15 militants, retake Iraq town
International Business Times UK
Escaped Inmates From Iraq Fuel Syrian 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 ...
Exclusive: Top ISIS leaders revealed
Where Did Syria Extremists Come From? Iraq's Prisons
Iraq's PM promises perks to Sunni allies
Iraq's Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has pledged to allocate money for construction in the mostly Sunni province of Anbar, in a rare overture to placate to a minority that accuses his Shia-led government of marginalising them. While his central ...
Iraq strains under largest internal refugee crisis since height of war
As violence grows, Iraq faces threat of disintegration
10 Killed in bombing in western Iraq
A Rising Opportunity for Secular, Western Democracy in Iraq
In 2000, at the dawn of the 21st Century, under Saddam Hussein and his Baath Party, Iraq was suffering under the worst of the egregious misconceptions of the 20th Century. Saddam was basically a 1930s style Fascist dictator in the mold of Hitler and ...
Hurriyet Daily News
Turkey assures Iraq over oil exports
Hurriyet Daily News
Iraq has threatened to boycott Turkish companies and cancel contracts after the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) last month announced its first shipment of crude sent directly to Turkey, without passing through pipelines controlled by Baghdad, had ...
Turkey informs Iraq of oil imports from Kurdistan: Min.
Iraq Considers More Actions Against Exxon for Kurd Oil Venture
Refugees Ski Too, in Iraq
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 ...
Bombs kill at least 17 across Iraq: police and medics
Iraq turns to Sunni tribes, but distrust remains
18 Die in attacks in Iraq
Fox News Latino
At least 18 people, most of them members of the armed forces and security services, died and nine others were wounded Sunday in a number of attacks around Iraq, police spokesmen told Efe. Unknown gunmen attacked a police checkpoint in Taza, a region ...
Shiite militias in Iraq begin to remobilize
BAGHDAD — Scores of bodies have been dumped in Iraq's canals and palm groves in recent months, reminding terrified residents of the worst days of the country's sectarian conflict and fueling fears that the stage is being set for another civil war. In ...
Iraq's Sectarian Slide
Suicide Bomb Trainer in Iraq Accidentally Blows Up His Class
New York Times
BAGHDAD — If there were such a thing, it would probably be rule No. 1 in the teaching manual for instructors of aspiring suicide bombers: Don't give lessons with live explosives. In what represented a cautionary tale for terrorist teachers, and a ...
Iraq speaker escapes assassination bid
Iraq: Suicide bombing tutor kills himself and 20 pupils in training camp gaffe
Iraq car bomb instructor blows up 21 of his students