ISIS militants wreak havoc on Iraq's cultural treasures
The Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIS), the Sunni Muslim insurgent group who swept across northern and western Iraq earlier this year, menacing Baghdad in the process, has commenced the systematic destruction of the country's cultural treasures.
ISIS militants blow up Prophet Jonas' tomb in Iraq – video
Jihadists in Iraq Erase Cultural Heritage
Iraq crisis: End 'very near' for Christianity after Isis takeover, says Bishop
Obama Ignoring Christian Genocide In Iraq?
Fox News (blog)
The terrorist group the Islamic State, an al Qaida off shoot that has taken over large swaths of Iraq in recent months, told Christians in the Iraqi city of Mosul they had to convert to Islam by July 18 or they would be killed, according to the ...
Iraq: We Made This Mess. What Are We Going to Do about It?
A nation in peril - Iraq's struggle to hold together
"It's probably the most serious crisis that Iraq has faced since its inception as a country," said Ali Allawi, a minister in two governments after the U.S.-led invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein in 2003. "It's the first time that the territorial ...
20 killed in clashes and bomb attacks in Iraq
Iraq edges towards collapse into rival statelets
20 killed in Iraq clashes
Emirates to stop flying over Iraq due to missile risk
The Dubai-based airline make up the largest number of flights which pass over Isis-held territory in Iraq with more than 50 a day travelling in and out of British airports. Mr Clark's decision came after it emerged the US was investigating whether Isis ...
Emirates refuses to fly over Iraq
We will stop flights over Iraq, says Emirates
Middle East Monitor
Let Sunnis Defeat Iraq's Militants
New York Times
THE situation in Iraq today is perilous, particularly for Sunni Muslim Arabs. Their prospects for inclusion in Iraq's government and fair treatment from it have been declining since 2010, when Iraqiyya, the nonsectarian coalition to which we belonged ...
Veteran Kurdish politician elected president of Iraq
Iraq's Maliki to run for third term
Shiite Militia Displays Jihadist Bodies in Iraq City
Shiite militiamen in Iraq's city of Baquba dragged the bodies of Islamic State jihadist fighters through the streets Sunday and hung them from a bridge and a utility pole. An AFP correspondent saw two bodies displayed in the centre of Baquba, ...
Bodies of jihadis paraded in Iraq
Iraq militia display jihadist bodies
Obama quietly sends more advisers to Iraq
The Obama administration has quietly moved an additional 62 advisers to Iraq over the past three weeks, according to defense officials. The additions bring the total number of advisers in the country to 242, still short of the 300 advisers that ...
Former Congressman Joseph Hoeffel discusses 'lies' surrounding Iraq war
The Times Herald
In his first book, “The Iraq Lie: How the White House Sold the War,” which is set for release July 28 by Progressive Press, Hoeffel discusses how the Bush administration twisted and distorted classified intelligence to get support for the war. Hoeffel ...
Iraq's abandoned Christians
New York Post
We ask because while Israel's efforts to defend itself against terrorism from Hamas have provoked worldwide condemnation and demonstrations, the ethnic cleansing of a Christian community that has been in Iraq for more than 1,600 years continues with ...
Terror in Iraq, Historian Fact-Checks Famous Singer's Religion Claim, a ...
Iraq mayor axes Eid celebrations in Muslim-Christian solidarity bid
No room for Christians in Iraq anymore, fleeing residents say
Maliki Visits Iraq's Former President in Sulaimani
SULAIMANI, Kurdistan Region—Despite local opposition to his visit, Iraq's embattled Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki arrived at Sulaimani today to see former president Jalal Talabani after his return from Germany. The visit comes at a time that ...
Iraq's top cleric sends subtle message to Maliki: step aside
Sistani: Iraq leaders must not cling to power
Iraq's Top Shiite Cleric Urges Political Leaders Not to 'Cling' to Power