More US Troops Will Be in Combat in Iraq: Military Official
The U.S. special operation forces headed to Iraq won't be sitting on the sidelines in the fight against ISIS — they'll be in combat, a top military official said Wednesday. "A raid is a combat operation, there's no way around that," said Colonel Steve ...
The Big Problem with the Push for More Troops in Iraq
Pentagon to send 100 more troops to Iraq
US Forces to Carry Out 'Precise, Surgical' Operations in Iraq
Britain's tactics from Operation Shader in Iraq will be repeated in Syria ...
The RAF has been carrying out an air campaign in Iraq now since September last year – around 100 miles east of where the projected hugely controversial strikes in Syria are imminent. The mission has carried out around 340 air strikes, killed more than ...
Britain launches warplanes hours after Parliament backs Syria airstrikes
Opinion: US troops should have remained in Iraq
Corbyn refuses to answer question on Iraq airstrikes
AUMF draft gathers dust as Special Forces prepare to deploy to Iraq
Washington (CNN) Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter's announcement that the U.S. will be sending "a specialized expeditionary targeting force" to Iraq as part of the administration's effort to fight ISIS has renewed debate about the administration's ...
Conspiracy theories complicate U.S. policy in Iraq
The Post spoke to Mustafa Saadi, a commander in one of Iraq's Shiite militias, who said American support for ISIS “is not in doubt.” ISIS is “almost finished,” he said. “They are weak. If only America would stop supporting them, we could defeat them in ...
Iraq PM: Foreign troops not needed on the ground to fight Daesh
Coalition Strikes Hit ISIL Terrorists in Syria, Iraq
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White House: New US 'Tracking' Force In Iraq To Number 200
WASHINGTON -- The White House said a new “expeditionary tracking force” being deployed to Iraq will number around 200 troops, as the United States expands its fight against Islamic State (IS) militants there and in Syria. White House spokesman Josh ...
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Millions of Shiites gather in Iraq's Karbala for Arbaeen
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In this Sunday, Nov. 29, 2015, photo, Shiite pilgrims march to Karbala during the Arbaeen ritual in Baghdad, Iraq. Iraqi officials say security was stepped up this year for the millions of pilgrims who descended on the holy city of Karbala to mark the ...
Iraq: Gunmen Kill Prominent Sunni Politician in Kirkuk
A provincial police official says gunmen have shot and killed a prominent Sunni politician in Iraq's northern city of Kirkuk. The deputy police chief in the city, Maj. Gen. Torhan Abdul-Rahman Youssef, said Wednesday that security forces were searching ...
Senior Arab politician gunned down in Iraq's Kirkuk
Leaders urge restraint after assassination in Iraq's Kirkuk
Wednesday's Morning Email: The 'Standing Force' Headed to Iraq
U.S. ASSAULT FORCE HEADED TO IRAQ "The U.S. military will deploy a new special operations force to Iraq to step up the fight against Islamic State militants who are unleashing violence and are determined to hold territory they have seized in Iraq and ...
Sliding Back Into War In Iraq: President Obama Apparently Forgot He Once ...
More U.S. military personnel are heading to Iraq and Syria. Trainers, Special Forces, and airstrikes haven't been enough. The administration continues its slow progression to renewed ground combat. President Barack Obama's Nobel Peace Prize grows more ...
More troops in Iraq will sow the exact same chaos as America's Libya folly
It's worth harkening back to the last military intervention – one that has now completely backfired – to question if more US soldiers on the ground in multiple countries will only exacerbate the problem, rather than be part of the solution. No, not the ...
IS tightens Libya grip as world focuses on Iraq, Syria
Isis preparing 'retreat zone' in Libya as coalition air strikes pound group's ...
ISIS tightens Libya grip as world focuses on Iraq, Syria