New York Times
Sunnis Fleeing ISIS Violence Find Few Doors Open in Iraq
New York Times
AMIRIYAT FALLUJA, Iraq — On one side of a rickety bridge that spans a narrow stretch of the Euphrates River were panicked families on the run from Islamic State forces, hoping to escape Anbar Province and reach safety in Baghdad. On the other side ...
Islamic State suicide attacks hinder Iraq's Anbar push
Emboldened in Syria and Iraq, Islamic State may be reaching limits of expansion
Islamic State suicide bombings kill troops in Iraq's Anbar
Iraq Doses The Market With Oil
Iraq has announced a shipping schedule next month that implies an increase in exports of 800 tb/d, an amount that only the Saudis have been able to match historically. Markets appear to be skeptical, and a degree of caution is certainly in order, but ...
Iraq about to flood oil market in new front of OPEC price war
Brent Oil Posts Biggest 2-Day Drop Since March on Iraq Exports
Brent oil trades near one-month low on Iraq exports, dollar
Iraqi forces launch operation to drive ISIS from Anbar, Salaheddin
Baghdad, Iraq (CNN) Iraq forces have launched a major military operation to liberate Iraq's Anbar and Salaheddin provinces from ISIS, Iraqi state media and a key Shia militia group said Tuesday, a little more than a week after the militant group ...
Iraq starts operation to rid Ramadi of Islamic State
Fighting, airstrikes reported near Ramadi as Iraq launches operation to retake ...
Iraq Shi'ite militia take lead in campaign to reverse Islamic State gains
Republicans' 'plans' for Isis would drag us into Iraq for another ground war
It's the sound of the groundwork being laid for US ground troops to return to Iraq for another indefinite war with no end game. Republican presidential candidates (of which there now seem to be more than a dozen) have spent the past month ripping ...
Jeb Bush Re-Writes the History of the Iraq War
Iraq war casts long shadow over US and UK politics
Blame Bush for problems in Iraq
Carly Fiorina: Hillary Clinton "Was On The Job In 2011 When Iraq Started To ...
The one person who's not been asked because she won't answer the question is Hillary Clinton. One person who was on the job in 2011 when Iraq started to fall apart was not the Republican nominees or -- candidates for president, it's Hillary Clinton.
Al Jazeera America
Iraq's Shiite Militias Rename Their Offensive Against ISIS After Controversy
Shiite Militias in Iraq on Wednesday renamed their operation to take back the Anbar province, amid criticism from the U.S. and Iraqis that their initial choice of a name was openly sectarian. The change comes a day after the Iraqi government launched a ...
Iraq army held 10-to-1 advantage during Ramadi defeat, sources say
Iraq Diary, Day 7: The threat to Karbala and the plight of Iraq's IDPs
U.S. News & World Report
Islamic State suicide attacks in Iraq's Anbar kill 17 troops
U.S. News & World Report
FILE - In this May 14, 2015 file photo, security forces defend their headquarters against attacks by Islamic State extremists during a sandstorm in the eastern part of Ramadi, the capital of Anbar province, Iraq. An Iraqi military spokesman said ...
Battle for Ramadi: Iraq formally announces military offensive against ISIL
The Times of Israel
ILAN BERMAN: No substitute for seriousness in Iraq
Just a day after the Syrian raid, the Islamic State scored a major battlefield victory when it successfully seized control of Ramadi, the capital of Iraq's western Anbar province. It did so despite significant opposition from Iraq's military, and in ...
UN: 22000 fighters from 100 countries in Syria and Iraq
54 SDF members who did Indian Ocean, Iraq duty committed suicide: government
The Japan Times
A total of 54 Self-Defense Forces members sent on missions in Iraq and the Indian Ocean in the 2000s committed suicide, the Defense Ministry said Wednesday. The ministry disclosed the figures during a special panel of the House of Representatives ...
Southern Iraq is a safe place
Quite often when the mainstream media report on Iraq's security, they drastically fail to differentiate between the geography impacted by the so-called Islamic State (also known as ISIS or Daesh) and the other safe regions of the country. False media ...
What to Expect from Iraq's Attempt to Take...