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Response to Attack Reflects Iraq's Sectarian Divide
New York Times
The formation of a new, inclusive government that could command some support from both Sunnis and Shiites is widely seen as a vital first step in confronting jihadists from the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, who have stormed into Iraq, seizing ...
Bombs kill at least 35 across Iraq a day after mosque shooting
Bombings Kill 42 in Iraq After Sunni Mosque Attack
Massacre derails talks on new Iraq government
Shias in Iraq town under ISIS siege face risk of 'massacre,' UN says
The United Nations warned Saturday that a northeast Iraq town under siege by Islamic State militants since June faces risk of a "massacre," if urgent action is not taken to rescue residents. Militants have surrounded the small Shia Turkmen community of ...
UN calls for immediate action to avert massacre in besieged Iraqi town
UN: 'Unspeakable' suffering in Iraq town besieged by ISIS fighters
Iraq conflict: UN warns of possible Amerli 'massacre'
Iran 'sent soldiers to fight in Iraq'
Hundreds of Iranian soldiers have taken part in a joint operation inside Iraq with Kurdish forces to retake a town held by the Islamic State group, security sources have told Al Jazeera. It is believed to be the first time that Iranian troops have been ...
Iraq's north rocked by deadly blasts
While much of Iraq has been plagued by near-daily violence, Kurdistan's capital has avoided much of the deadly unrest. Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr, reporting from Erbil, said the explosion went off on a road near the office of the Patriotic Union of ...
Bomb attacks leave over 40 dead across Iraq
'Revenge attacks' in Iraq kill more than 20
Dozens Killed, Wounded in Northern Iraq Bombings
What Are Obama's Options for Stomping Out ISIS in Iraq and Syria?
The videotaped killing of kidnapped journalist James Foley prompted President Barack Obama this week to condemn his ruthless executioners — the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham, or ISIS — as “a cancer.” Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes ...
Events in Iraq, Syria and Russia further stoke debate about Obama's worldview
US considers broad military action against ISIS in Iraq and Syria – report
US airstrikes in Iraq continue despite IS threat
How Isil is funded, trained and operating in Iraq and Syria
When they captured Mosul, Iraq's envoy to the UN said they obtained nearly 88lb (40kg) of nuclear material, in the form of low-grade uranium compounds seized from a scientific research facility. The nuclear material would not be easily turned into weapons.
More US airstrikes on ISIS militants in Iraq
Bombs across Iraq kill dozens as violence escalates
Officials: Commanders want more Iraq airstrike power
ISIS atrocities in Iraq: What's Canada's next move?
As attacks and atrocities from extremist group ISIS mount in Iraq, Canada's political leaders have all offered strong words of condemnation. Speaking to reporters in Whitehorse on Thursday, Prime Minister Stephen Harper described ISIS's tactics as ...
West Borough Baptist Church won't go to Iraq: Comedian donates flight money to ...
The West Borough Baptist Church nearly made a journey to Iraq to protest against IS, after taking up an offer from comedian Adam Hills to fly the anti-gay hate group to the war torn country. The Australian comic made his pledge on his show The Last Leg ...
Westboro Baptist Church Says It Will Go to Iraq to Protest ISIS
Westboro Baptist Church Accepts Comedian's Offer to Picket ISIS in Iraq
Westboro Baptist Church Accepts Comedian's Offer of Free Trip to Iraq
Will: General Dempsey foreshadowing 'third Iraq war'?
George Will told viewers Friday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that “if what General Dempsey, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff is saying, either is U.S. policy, or foreshadows U.S. policy, then I think it's fair to say we have begun the ...
Pentagon May Retool Budget for Iraq Airstrikes
Militarily, the Focus Should Be on Defeating ISIS in Iraq
Iraq, Syria and the Islamic State A war that crosses national boundaries
With American aerial help and the advice of nearly 400 American advisers on the ground, Iraq's government forces and the Kurdish Peshmerga have made gains elsewhere, too. Most of the tens of thousands of Yazidis stranded on Sinjar mountain since IS ...