US Launches More Airstrikes Against ISIS in Iraq
U.S. fighter jets and drones Saturday launched five more airstrikes against Islamist militants in Iraq Saturday, destroying targets near the Mosul Dam, the military said. Strikes destroyed an armed vehicle, fighting position, weapons and a building ...
US operations in Iraq costing $7.5ma day as Obama deliberates strategy
Pentagon: Iraq Operations Costing US More Than $7.5 Million A Day
US, Partner-nations Conduct Humanitarian Airdrop in Iraq
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US military carries out airstrikes, aid drops to Iraqi town surrounded by ISIS
Tens of thousands of Yazidis fled to Mount Sinjar in northern Iraq as ISIS fighters made deadly advances on their villages. They became trapped on the mountain, leading to air drops of water, food and other supplies, and eventually airstrikes to ...
Report: ISIS selling Yazidi women in Syria
Iraq army battles to lift IS siege of Amerli
Iraq has launched a major operation to liberate the town of Amerli which has been besieged by Islamic State fighters for more than two months. The operation to retake town started on Saturday with Iraqi troops and Shia militia involved in the fighting ...
Besieged Iraqi town buoyed by airstrikes, launch of offensive against militants
Iraq forces begin Amerli moves against Islamic State
US planes drop aid and strike IS positions near Iraq's Amerli
Miliband calls for tougher action on Britons travelling to Iraq and Syria
"The increase in the threat level is related to developments in Syria and Iraq where terrorist groups are planning attacks against the west," May said. "Some of those plots are likely to involve foreign fighters who have travelled there from the UK and ...
UK raises terror threat level, citing risks out of Syria, Iraq
Abbott govt plans to fly arms to Iraq for fight against IS: report
Britain raises its terrorism threat level over Syria, Iraq
Australia to Fly Guns and Ammunition Into Iraq
Australian military aircraft will fly guns and ammunition into Iraq to help fight Islamic State militants, Australia's prime minister said on Sunday. "The United States government has requested that Australia help to transport stores of military ...
Australia to deliver arms in Iraq
Tony Abbott: any Iraq involvement will continue to be humanitarian
Australia to join multinational airlift against Islamic State in Iraq
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Obama Cools Talk of Strikes Against Islamic State in Iraq or Syria
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While a series of airstrikes on Islamic State targets in Iraq and humanitarian-aid drops thus far conducted by U.S. forces have had some success in blunting the progress of the fighters, a longer-term strategy needs to be outlined publicly in order to ...
John Kerry says 'airstrikes alone' will not defeat 'genocidal' Isis militants
Obama Says 'We Don't Have a Strategy Yet' for Fighting ISIS
Dempsey: Regional plan key to militants' defeat in Iraq
Iraqi Christians report a decade of blood
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The day the statue of Saddam Hussein was torn down in Baghdad's Firdos Square in April 2003 — a day that was the basis for some of the most iconic and debated images of the war in Iraq — Sam, an Iraqi Christian who had a job at a barber shop just ...
SAS troops, Hornets in frame for Iraq mission
The government has consistently ruled out the deployment of Australian combat forces on the ground in Iraq. However, special forces such as the SAS are not conventional combat ground forces. Their deployment would not breach the government's ...
Australia signs up to join US in air strikes on Iraq
Iraq crisis: Sunni rebels 'ready to turn on Islamic State'
The tribal and military rebels, who had been fighting government forces since January, played a role in the spectacular advances scored after IS - in its previous guise as Isis - erupted into Iraq from Syria in June and captured the second city, Mosul ...
Iraq Has a New President
Pentagon: Fighting ISIS in Iraq Costs $7.5 Million a Day
The United States' military operations against ISIS militants in Iraq have cost an average of $7.5 million per day since they began in mid-June, the Pentagon said Friday. That means the department would have spent about $500 million since it became ...