White House To Kurds: Please Just Stay In Iraq
WASHINGTON -- The Kurds who run their own region in northeastern Iraq should be content with the level of autonomy they have now, the White House said Tuesday in response to a petition asking for President Barack Obama to endorse full Iraqi Kurdish ...
Is the US paying to train child soldiers in Iraq?
It's yet another way minors are being dragged into Iraq's brutal war as the military, Shiite militias, Sunni tribes and Kurdish fighters battle to take back territory from ISIS militants who seized much of the country's north and west last year. The ...
Real U.S. allies in Iraq difficult to identify, experts say
The US is losing track of who its friends are in Iraq
Iran offered Iraq an 'open cheque' to help them battle Isis, says ambassador
Christian Science Monitor
Lincoln Chafee needles Clinton: Iraq war vote 'created all the problems'
Democrats need to point out that the problems with ISIS and other instability in the Middle East started with the Iraq War and should not be afraid to tag Republicans on the issue, Chafee, who was a senator at that time of the vote in 2002, said during ...
Lincoln Chafee targets Hillary Clinton on Iraq War vote
Chafee sets contrast with Clinton over Iraq war
Chafee: Don't forget Clinton's Iraq war vote
Turkey's conflict with Kurdish guerrillas in Iraq can benefit Isis in Syria
So far the Turkish offensive against “terrorism” has been directed primarily against the PKK Kurdish guerrillas in the mountains of northern Iraq rather than Isis in Syria. In the first two days of the Turkish campaign it sent only a few planes to bomb ...
Turkish army launch airstrikes against Kurdish in Iraq with NATO backing
Erdogan Vows 'Anti-Terror' Campaign in Syria, Iraq
Not Just Syria: Turkey Launches Airstrikes Against Kurdish PKK in Iraq
The Guardian (blog)
What does the Iran nuclear deal mean for Iraq?
The Guardian (blog)
“I went to Tehran three months ago and I saw what suffering the economic sanctions have caused,” said Haider Kadhim, a shop owner in the upmarket Karrada area in central Baghdad. “It made me remember the problems that sanctions on Iraq caused here: ...
Call to Action: The Iraq Strategy America Really Needs
Only Iraq's Clerics Can Defeat ISIS
Behind the scenes, Marines defended troops depicted in TMZ photos burning ...
Nearly 11 years ago, thousands of U.S. troops launched the bloodiest battle of the Iraq War. The fight for the western city of Fallujah ultimately killed 82 of the estimated 12,000 Americans who were there, and wounded 600 more. The insurgents fared ...
Iraq vet's experience with Fairfax police triggers investigation
Alex Horton, an Iraq War veteran, wrote about waking up to find three police officers standing in the bedroom of his Alexandria apartment June 14. He claims they pointed guns at his head. “It was pretty chaotic,” Horton tells WTOP. “They came in pretty ...
Fairfax County police investigating raid alleged by Iraq War veteran
Washington Post Op-ed: In Iraq, I raided insurgents; In Virginia, the police ...
Jamie Williams remanded in custody after attempting to travel to Iraq to fight ...
A 28-year-old Melbourne man has been remanded in custody after being charged by the Melbourne Joint Counter Terrorism Team for attempting to travel to northern Iraq to fight with Kurdish forces against Islamic State. Jamie Williams, of Epping, ...
Australian man charged over plans to fight IS in Iraq
Australian charged with trying to join Kurds in Iraq
Melbourne man from Epping charged over attempt to fight Islamic State in Iraq
Soldier of Christ Helps Christians Defeat ISIS in Iraq, Tells the Truth About ...
You may recognize Brett Felton from an article we did in February of this year. It was from an ABC News report on how Brett was back in Iraq, fighting to defend Christians with the Dwekh Nawsha, a Christian militia protecting Assyrian Christians in ...
AINA (press release)
UN Closes Iraq Health Programmes for Lack of Funding
AINA (press release)
The UN said in a statement that "184 front-line health services have been suspended because of the paralysing funding shortfall for humanitarian activities in Iraq". "More than 80 percent of general health programmes supported by humanitarian partners ...
UN closes Iraq health programs for lack of funding