New York Times
Iraq militia leader hails Iran's 'unconditional' support
U.S. News & World Report
Members of an Iraqi Shiite militant group called Soldiers of Imam Ali Brigades prepare to launch rockets against Islamic State extremists' positions in Qadisiyya neighborhood in Tikrit, 80 miles (130 kilometers) north of Baghdad, Iraq, Friday, March 13 ...
As Battle in Iraq Against ISIS Broadens, So Do Backstage Moves
ISIS Has Lost 25 Percent of Territory It Once Held in Iraq, US Says
Iraqi and Kurdish forces have reclaimed more than 25 percent of ISIS-held territory inside Iraq, according to a U.S. assessment that also determined that Kurdish fighters are responsible for the majority of the territory retaken from ISIS in northern Iraq.
CIA director suggests Iraq functions as interlocutor in US-Iran fight against Isis
Wall Street Journal
For Now, Sectarian Calm in Liberated Iraq Town
Wall Street Journal
The safe passage of these families, all Sunnis, is a critical element of the push for Tikrit by Iraq's Shiite-dominated government. Baghdad has portrayed the military operation as a national effort despite its heavy reliance on 20,000 Shiite militiamen ...
Iran, Shia militias involvement in ISIS fight a mixed blessing for US, Iraq
Tikrit: Iraq's city of palaces
New York Magazine
That time Nelly performed in Iraq
Washington Post (blog)
Nelly was in Iraq Friday to perform a charity concert during a soccer tournament in Irbil. The northern Iraqi city was within 25 miles of Islamic State control last year, and it is home to a number of American expatriots. Nelly is the first American ...
Nelly Performs in Iraq to Support Victims of ISIS
Nelly Just Performed A Concert In Northern Iraq
Why Did Nelly Give a Concert in Iraq to Help Fight ISIS? (Hey, Must Be the Money)
In NH, Bush Pressed On Common Core; Says Wants Troops In Iraq
At his first public appearance in New Hampshire, Bush waded into the discussion of foreign policy, declining to weigh in in the Republican's letter to Iran and by saying he wanted to put a "small force" of U.S. troops back into Iraq. He also continued ...
American soldier wounded by ISIS gunfire in Iraq
A U.S. soldier at an Iraqi training base was injured by gunfire directed at the base, marking the first time an American soldier has been wounded by fire from the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), CBS News national security correspondent David ...
U.S. soldier shot in Iraq is mission's first casualty
US Suffers First Soldier Injury in Renewed Iraq Military Action
US soldier in Iraq wounded while in guard tower
Top US Military Official Repeatedly Warned Iraq About Troops' Conduct
The U.S. has blocked aid to the un-named Iraqi units under the Leahy Law since American troops returned to Iraq in August and began supporting government forces and Kurdish Peshmerga fighters with airstrikes against ISIS jihadists, the senior official ...
Good news: America's 'boots on the ground' in Iraq committing war crimes
The Detroit News
100 in Dearborn protest Islamic State terrorism in Iraq
The Detroit News
Dearborn — Fed up with acts of terrorism in Iraq at the hands of the Islamic State, also known as ISIS, nearly a hundred local Arab-Americans gathered Friday to protest. Imam Husham Al-Husainy, director of the Karbalaa Islamic Education Center in ...
Iraq's first Christian brigade to battle ISIS
Most of Iraq's Christians lived in the Nineveh plain, an area between the main ISIS hub of Mosul and the Kurdish capital of Erbil, before ISIS fighters swept in seven months ago. “Around 600 peshmerga from our Christian brothers in the Nineveh plain ...
Iraq Christian Brigade To Battle ISIS: Anti-Islamic State 'Tiger Guards' Will ...
Iraq's Christian brigade formed to battle terror
Iraq's first Christian-only brigade ready to battle the Islamic State
Islamic State-controlled parts of Syria, Iraq largely out of reach: Red Cross
GENEVA (Reuters) - The Red Cross has only sporadic access to areas of Iraq and Syria held by Islamic State, despite huge needs of 10 million people living under their control, the president of the International Committee of the Red Cross said on Friday.
14 Million Children Suffering as Result of War in Syria and Iraq, Unicef Says
UN: 14 million children suffering from wars in Syria and Iraq
14 million children suffering from Syria and Iraq wars: UNICEF