Iraq conflict: Bomb kills two generals near Ramadi
A suicide bombing by so-called Islamic State militants the Iraqi city of Ramadi has killed two army commanders and three other people, officials say. Gen Abdel Rahman Abu Ragheef was deputy commander of operations in the strategically important ...
IS kills two generals in Iraq, advances in Syria
Iraq Suicide Bombing Kills Two Iraqi Generals In Anbar
Daesh bomber kills two Iraq generals
Yahoo! Maktoob News
Airstrikes Target ISIL Terrorists in Syria, Iraq
Department of Defense
SOUTHWEST ASIA, August 27, 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 ...
Military airstrikes continue against ISIL terrorists in Syria and Iraq
Why Iraq Is the Iran Nuclear Deal's Biggest Loser
The Iran nuclear deal will likely affect Iraq more than any other country, due to Iran's extensive involvement in Iraq's internal affairs. My assessment is that the Iran deal will increase Iranian involvement in ways very destabilizing for Iraq. Iran ...
Departing Dutch ambassador: Make Iraq a country where people want to stay
Iraq is responsible for the safety and protection of its civilians, and the outside world should stimulate both Baghdad and the Kurdish government to take that responsibility, says Jeannette Seppen, until very recently ambassador for the Netherlands in ...
Oil Prices Compound Iraq's Stability Concerns
Iraq has managed to ratchet up oil production to record highs, against what would seem to be insurmountable obstacles. Despite political gridlock, a fight against ISIS militants, and the ongoing need to invest in critical infrastructure, Iraq has ...
Kurds to support oil companies in Iraq with regular payments
Turkey Will 'Very Soon' Begin Bombing ISIS in Iraq, Syria: Pentagon
Turkey will soon have its warplanes bombing Islamic militants in Iraq and Syria as part of a deal that was complicated by Turkish politics and U.S. support for the Kurdish faction fighting in Syria. The airstrikes were expected to begin "very soon ...
Foreign Policy (blog)
Meet the Americans Flocking to Iraq and Syria to Fight the …
Foreign Policy (blog)
When a U.S. citizen going by the name “Abu Abdullah al-Amriki” blew himself up in a suicide attack in Baiji, Iraq, this month, he was the most recent example of a troubling trend: the roughly 200 Americans who have traveled or attempted to travel to ...
Kurds take 10 villages from Islamic State in north Iraq
Kurds launch new assault on Islamic State in northern Iraq
Isis militants routed from village in Northern Iraq by Kurdish forces
Chilcot inquiry: families back legal action to speed release of Iraq inquiry
Lawyers for families who lost relatives in the Iraq war are pushing ahead with legal action aimed at forcing the chair of the inquiry, Sir John Chilcot, to set a timetable for publication of his long-delayed report. The issue could be in court within ...
Families of Iraq victims will confront Chilcot over late report
Britain's never-ending inquiry into the Iraq war
Sir John Chilcot explains Iraq report delay to families
Voice of America
The long fight over an Iraq oil town whose importance is now debatable
After more than a year of near-constant fighting, there is still no sign that the battle for the Iraqi town of Baiji and its massive oil refinery is coming to a conclusion anytime soon, despite remarks by Iraq's prime minister on the importance of the ...
Iraq's Abadi Sees Battle for Baiji as Key to IS Ouster
Iraq Protest Tensions Escalate As Crude Oil Prices Drop Following China's ...
Suicide bomber kills 13 in Iraq's Anbar province
Opportunity In Chaos Nicholas Krohley
Nonetheless, the Sadrists would become a pivotally influential force in Iraq. They faced an array of formidable obstacles from the outset (and they would thereafter acquire additional, powerful foes—al Qaeda foremost among them), but the Sadrists ...