Wall Street Journal
British Teenager Among Four Suicide Bombers in Iraq
Wall Street Journal
LONDON—A British teenager is among four suicide bombers alleged to be behind an attack in Iraq on Saturday that killed at least 11 people, illustrating the front-line role foreign fighters from the West are playing in the conflict in Iraq and Syria ...
Dewsbury in 'utter shock' over Talha Asmal's death in Iraq suicide bombing
Talha Asmal as a schoolboy before he blew himself up in the name of ISIS
Family Shocked by UK Suicide Bomber's Reported Death in Iraq
Seventeen killed in battles near Iraq's Baiji refinery
BAGHDAD Seventeen people were killed in Iraq on Monday in clashes between Islamic State militants and pro-government forces in a town close to the country's biggest refinery, a focal point in efforts to counter the ultra-hardline Sunni group. The ...
Islamic State turns to widescreen TV propaganda in Iraq
Ignatius: Dueling Iraq manifestos
Airstrikes Continue Against ISIL Terrorists in Syria, Iraq
Department of Defense
SOUTHWEST ASIA, June 15, 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 ...
Obama Rolls the Dice in Iraq -- Sort of
US military strategy in Iraq a 'disaster': Analyst
Military airstrikes continue against ISIL terrorists in Syria and Iraq
What is Iran's game plan in Iraq?
In Iraq today, there are reminders everywhere of how Iran's influence has grown since Tehran moved in to join the fight against so-called Islamic State (IS). The seizure of Iraq's second city, Mosul, by IS fighters one year ago was as much of a shock ...
Nouri al-Maliki undermines U.S. interests in Iraq, plots return to power
Iraq's former prime minister is playing a critical, backroom role in undermining the Obama administration's push for a more inclusive government in Baghdad, U.S. and Iraqi officials say, warning that Shiite hard-liner Nouri al-Maliki is still pulling ...
Democrats, independents less likely to view Iraq, Afghanistan wars as mistakes
After 12 years of war in Iraq and Afghanistan, 51 percent of the 1,006 registered voters surveyed said the war in Iraq was a mistake while 42 percent said war in Afghanistan was a mistake, the Washington Times reported. Both surveys revealed a six ...
Gallup poll: Americans now less likely to think the war in Iraq was a 'mistake'
U.S. News & World Report
Reversal or Refinement? Seeking Meaning to Obama's New Iraq Path
President Barack Obama's decision this week to increase America's training of Iraqi troops fighting ISIS was not what he contemplated when he completed a withdrawal of ground troops from the country in 2011. But a lot has changed since he boasted of ...
Dempsey doubts need for deep US role in Iraq, urges patience
In White House's Iraq debate, military brass pushed for doing less
Lawmakers skeptical of WH decision to send more troops to Iraq
Spending on Iraq-Syria operations reaches $2.7 billion
The 10-month-old fight against the Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria has cost the Pentagon at least $2.74 billion, according to newly released Defense Department data. On average, that's about $9.1 million daily to cover the costs of flying ...
David Cameron faces calls to sack Sir John Chilcot as Iraq Inquiry is delayed
David Cameron faces calls to sack the chairman of the Iraq War after it emerged it will not be published for at least another year. Ministers face calls for an urgent statement to Parliament on the future of the inquiry, as some urged David Cameron to ...
Chilcot Iraq Inquiry report 'unlikely to be published for another year'
Chilcot report into Iraq war 'unlikely to be published for another year'
Scrap the Iraq War inquiry, suggests former Labour attorney general
US top court rejects Iraq bid to revive 'oil-for-food' lawsuit
The high court left intact a September 2014 ruling by the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that Iraq's current government could not recoup damages under a U.S. anti-racketeering law over Hussein's effort to defraud the U.N. program. Hussein was ...