Judge orders release of Iraq, Afghanistan detainee photos
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Judge Rules US Must Release Photos Of Prisoner Abuse In Iraq, Afghanistan
Judge: U.S. must release photos of detainee abuse in Iraq, Afghanistan
DOD ordered to release photographs of detainee abuse in Iraq, Afghanistan
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, not ISIS, is main threat to Iraq
Iraq: IS war crimes fear as mass grave unearthed in Tikrit
Petraeus: Iran, Shiite Militias Bigger Threat To Iraq Than ISIS
Iraq Kurd leader vows to avenge beheaded fighters
Arbil (Iraq) (AFP) - Massud Barzani, the president of Iraq's autonomous Kurdish region, vowed on Saturday to avenge three peshmerga fighters beheaded by the Islamic State jihadist group. "We promise the families of these martyrs that their blood will ...
ISIS Beheads Kurds in Front of Children in Iraq
ISIL kills 18 members over contacts with Kurdish fighters
Yemen, Tunisia, Boko Haram, Libya, Syria, Iraq: ISIS' explosive expansion
(CNN) — On Friday, ISIS claimed responsibility for Yemen's deadliest terror attack. A day earlier it claimed responsibility for the worst terror attack in Tunisia. Last week it welcomed into the fold Boko Haram, a Nigerian terrorist group with ...
4 Indians have died fighting for ISIS in Iraq and Syria
Five unanswered questions from Canada's Iraq War:...
People's Biz: National polls show support for fighting ISIS in Iraq, area ...
Coalition Airstrikes Hit ISIL in Syria, Iraq
Department of Defense
WASHINGTON, March 21, 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, allies conduct air strikes in Syria and Iraq against Islamic State: task force
With Yemen attack, ISIL is moving far beyond Syria and Iraq
Kiwi soldiers in Iraq to be kept secret
The Government is keeping a tight lid on the identities of the soldiers being deployed to Iraq to ensure the safety of both them and their families from what it calls a barbaric terrorist group with "broad tentacles". The New Zealand Defence Force's ...
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 ...
Former U.S. soldier joins militia to defend Christian faith in Iraq
IS reduces Christian, Shia Muslim shrines to 'rubble' in Iraq
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.
Iraq Invasion 12 Years Later: See How Much Has Changed
In Photos: The Lead-Up to the Iraq War
Revealed: The CIA report used as pretext for Iraq invasion
Envoy: US wants to help Iraq's Kurds defeat ISIS, gain greater autonomy
“We are also supporting Iraq move towards a functional federalism with more local autonomy, more local control. That's something we are working with all of you -- Kurds, Shiites, Sunnis, Christians, allowing local people to protect themselves against ...
Iraq to make budget payment to Kurds within days: finance minister
Swedish anti-Isis troops to Iraq 'before summer'
Up to 30 Swedish troops are likely to join the US-led coalition against the militant Islamist group ISIS in Iraq before the summer, government sources said Saturday, upping both the number of soldiers and speeding up the timetable for their deployment.