Petraeus: The Islamic State isn't our biggest problem in Iraq
Washington Post (blog)
Gen. David H. Petraeus, who commanded U.S. troops in Iraq during the 2007-2008 surge, was back in that country last week for the first time in more than three years. He was attending the annual Sulaimani Forum, a get-together of Iraqi leaders, thinkers ...
Petraeus: Iran, Shiite Militias Bigger Threat To Iraq Than ISIS
Gen. David Petraeus: ISIS isn't the biggest threat to Iraq
How US is making Iraq worse
Isis destroys historic Christian and Muslim shrines in northern Iraq
Islamic State militants appear to have destroyed Christian and Shia Muslim shrines in northern Iraq – including a fourth-century memorial built by an Assyrian king – in the group's latest rampage against the embattled country's religious and cultural ...
People's Biz: National polls show support for fighting ISIS in Iraq, area ...
Iraq: ISIS Erecting Medieval-Style 'Caliphate Fences' Around Mosul
ISIS Fighters dresses as women to flee fighting in Northern Iraq
Iraq: IS war crimes fear as mass grave unearthed in Tikrit
MORE than a dozen bodies have been unearthed from a mass grave near the northern Iraqi city of Tikrit, as a new UN report said Islamic State (IS) militants may have committed genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity during their rampage across ...
ICC should prosecute Islamic State for Iraq genocide, war crimes: UN
UN: Islamic State may have committed genocide against Yazidis in Iraq
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This Declassified CIA Report Shows the Shaky Case for the Iraq War
The United States began its invasion of Iraq 12 years ago. Yesterday, a previously classified Central Intelligence Agency report containing supposed proof of the country's weapons of mass destruction was published by Jason Leopold of Vice News.
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David Petraeus: Iran more of a threat than ISIL
“In fact, I would argue that the foremost threat to Iraq's long-term stability and the broader regional equilibrium is not the Islamic State; rather, it is Shiite militias, many backed by — and some guided by — Iran,” Petraeus said in written ...
Isis militants blow up 4th-century Christian Mar Behnam monastery in Iraq
Militants first seized the Mar Behnam monastery, which is located close to the town of Beth Khdeda, 20 miles south-east of Mosul, shortly after launching their insurgency across northern Iraq in 2014. Reports in June surfaced suggesting fighters had ...
Islamic State Militants Bomb Famous Ancient Catholic Monastery in Iraq
ISIS destroy 4th Century Mar Benham monastery in Iraq
Islamic State destroys fourth-century monastery in Iraq
Military Airstrikes Continue Against ISIL in Syria, Iraq
Department of Defense
SOUTHWEST ASIA, March 20, 2015 – U.S. and coalition military forces have continued to attack Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant terrorists in Syria and Iraq, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today. Officials ...
US-led coalition launches 19 more airstrikes in Iraq and Syria
US Concerned About ISIL Presence Outside Iraq, Syria
Military airstrikes continue against ISIL in Syria and Iraq
National reconciliation in Iraq remains elusive
Iyad Allawi (L), Osama al-Nujaifi (2nd L), Iraq's supreme court judge Midhat al-Mahmoud (2nd R) and Nouri al-Maliki (R) stand together during a swearing-in at the parliament headquarters in Baghdad, Sept. 8, 2014. (photo by REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani) ...
ALMOST 90% of government revenue in Iraq comes from oil. Yet the price of the stuff has fallen by more than half over the past year, and the volume of Iraq's exports has fallen by a fifth, even as the government embarks on an expensive military ...
Envoy: US wants to help Iraq's Kurds defeat ISIS, gain greater autonomy
Iraq to make budget payment to Kurds within days: finance minister
Iraq makes $412 mn payment to Kurdistan region: minister
David Mulroney warns Canada should apply Afghanistan's lessons to Iraq
A former top official on Canada's work in Afghanistan is warning against getting too involved in Iraq without clear and realistic objectives. David Mulroney, who served as the deputy minister in charge of the Afghanistan Task Force, said Canada hasn't ...
Iraq mission a matter of 'moral clarity' for Canada, Foreign Affairs Minister says
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