Under threat, Iraq's Christians flee city of Mosul
June 27, 2014: An Iraqi nun, second from left, speaks with a Christian man who fled with his family from the Christian villages near Mosul, Iraq, at a school that was turned into a shelter for displaced Christian families, in Ainkawa, a suburb of Irbil ...
Iraq Christians get Islamic State's warning
Facing fines, conversion or death, Christian families flee Mosul
Christians flee Iraq's Mosul after Islamists tell them: convert, pay or die
Iraq president Talabani returns after long absence
ARBIL Iraq (Reuters) - President Jalal Talabani returned to Iraq on Saturday for the first time since he suffered a stroke a year and a half ago and was flown abroad for medical treatment, state television said. During Talabani's absence, Sunni ...
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The other Iraq
Amid unrest in Iraq, Americans blame US withdrawal more than its invasion
Washington Post (blog)
When it comes to the current violence in Iraq, Americans blame Iraq itself more than the United States' decision to go to war there, according to a new poll Friday from the Pew Research Center. But when it comes to America's culpability, there's ...
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McCain: Iraq War Might Not Have Happened Had I Won In 2000
John McCain Discusses The Situation In Iraq At American Enterprise Institute Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) participates in a discussion on the unfolding violence in Iraq at the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research in Washington on June 18 ...
John McCain Says He Would Have Been 'Reluctant' To Invade Iraq Had He Won ...
Convert, Pay Tax, or Die, Islamic State Warns Christians in Iraq
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Islamist insurgents have issued an ultimatum to northern Iraq's dwindling Christian population to either convert to Islam, pay a religious levy or face death, according to a statement distributed in the militant-controlled city of ...
Iranian Commanders on Front Line of Iraq's Fight
BAGHDAD -- A powerful Iranian general has emerged as the chief tactician in Iraq's fight against Sunni militants, working on the front lines alongside 120 advisers from his country's Revolutionary Guard to direct Shiite militiamen and government forces ...
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IS PEACEFUL CO-EXISTENCE POSSIBLE IN IRAQ AFTER MOSUL?
Christians flee jihadist ultimatum in Iraq's Mosul
Mosul (Iraq) (AFP) - Hundreds of Christian families fled their homes in Mosul Saturday as a jihadist ultimatum threatening their community's centuries-old presence in the northern Iraqi city expired. President Jalal Talabani flew home after 18 months ...
Why Obama should send several thousand US troops back to Iraq
The solution to the violence in Iraq is political, not military. But if a suitable government can be formed in Baghdad, the United States has to consider a wide range of military options. And to be effective, America's troop presence in Iraq should ...
Hunter: Bring in Mattis, OIF vets to advise on Iraq
Jim Mattis and John F. Kelly to navigate political and military pitfalls in Iraq, a California lawmaker said this week. In a July 17 letter to House Armed Services Committee chairman Buck McKeon, R-Calif., Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter asked for a ...