NBC's Brian Williams suspended for six months over Iraq claims
(Reuters) - Brian Williams, the anchor of NBC's top-rated "Nightly News" program, has been suspended without pay for six months after admitting last week that a story he told about coming under fire on a helicopter during the Iraq war was not true, the ...
Can Brian Williams' career survive his Iraq story?
Brian Williams, NBC News anchor, suspended 6 months without pay for Iraq lie
Brian Williams suspended amid Iraq war scandal
The Economist (blog)
Christians in Iraq
The Economist (blog)
Whether or not it would be desirable for Western states to put lots of boots on the ground in support of Iraq's minorities, it seems fairly unlikely. Voters have little appetite for such a thing. Investigating and choking the financial flows to IS ...
Iraq's Christians 'do not have much time left,' says leading cleric
Archbishop: Iraq needs US boots on ground to fight Islamic State
Iraqi Archbishop: more military expertise needed in Iraq
Syria Has Learned About Airstrikes On ISIS Via 'Iraq And Other Countries'
Syrian President Bashar Assad says his government is being informed about the U.S.-led coalition's attacks on the extremist group ISIS — but that there's no dialogue between Syria and the Americans. Assad said word comes through Iraq and other nations.
Syria gets information on US-led air strikes via Iraq: Assad
Syria gets info on US-led air strikes via Iraq
Assad: Syria gets information on US-led air strikes via Iraq
Isis war to extend far beyond Iraq and Syria under Obama's proposed plan
Barack Obama's proposed framework for the US-led war against the Islamic State will not restrict the battlefield to Iraq and Syria, multiple congressional sources said on Tuesday, placing the US into a second simultaneous global war that will outlast ...
Guardian: Obama ISIS Plan to Extend Beyond Iraq, Syria
20000 Foreign Fighters Flock To Syria, Iraq
WASHINGTON (AP) — Foreign fighters are streaming into Syria and Iraq in unprecedented numbers to join the Islamic State or other extremist groups, including at least 3,400 from Western nations among 20,000 from around the world, U.S. intelligence ...
Islamic State recruits flood Syria, Iraq in record numbers; intelligence ...
20000 foreign fighters flock to Syria, Iraq to join Islamic State
Jordan Moves 'Thousands' of Troops to Iraq Border: Jordanian Sources
AMMAN, Jordan — Jordan has deployed "thousands" of troops at its border with Iraq as it ramps up a campaign against ISIS militants who set a pilot ablaze, two Jordanian government officials told NBC News on Tuesday. The troops were sent to prevent the ...
Breaking: Jordan moves “thousands” of troops to Iraq border
Jordan Deploys Ground Troops to Iraq Border
Why Jordan is moving troops to Iraq border
Calling out Bush's Iraq lies is not 'dangerous'
When it comes to the Bush/Cheney lies about Iraq, the consequences have been severe for the world. The political consequences for the those who told the lies, however, have been quite mild. But for some, the observation itself is apparently offensive.
Yes, Bush lied about Iraq: Why are we still arguing about this?
Jordan Moves Battalion to Border With Iraq: Jordanian Sources
The U.S.-led coalition battling ISIS militants is passing information about airstrikes to the Syrian regime through third parties including Iraq, according to President Bashar Assad. However, Assad denied there had been direct cooperation between ...
Jon Stewart mocks Brian Williams over “misremembering” Iraq story
Jon Stewart tackled the controversy surrounding Brian Williams on Monday night's “The Daily Show.” The comedian mocked Williams' “misremembering” of a story from Iraq, where Williams claimed to be in a helicopter that was shot down by and RPG, when ...
Jon Stewart Reveals The Irony Of Brian Williams Lying About His Time In Iraq
Jon Stewart Uses Brian Williams Scandal to Bash Bush's 'Evil' Iraq War
Jon Stewart Rips Into Brian Williams for False Iraq Story - Watch Now
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Kurdish fighters battle equipment woes as well as ISIS in northern Iraq
It's a British artillery piece manufactured in 1941, kept in immaculate condition and in daily service as Kurdish forces tighten their grip around Iraq's second city, Mosul. Abdullah is one of a few dozen peshmerga stationed on Mount Zartak ...
Kurds fighting ISIS desperate for US supplies
Kurdish Push in Iraq, Syria Prompts Sunni Fears
Kurdish Commanders Face Death Head-On in Iraq