Coalition Airstrikes Again Hit Terrorists in Syria, Iraq
Department of Defense
SOUTHWEST ASIA, August 30, 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
Chilcot inquiry into Iraq War 'may not be published until next summer'
“The panel members have correctly chosen to re-examine the evidence. In other words, they are now undertaking a new inquiry.” Sir John last week apologised to the families of soldiers who died in Iraq for the length of the inquiry – which has now ...
Chilcot report into Iraq war is 'delayed until June 2016'
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Airstrikes, clashes with Islamic State across Iraq kill at least 26 people
Iraqi soldiers atop an armored vehicle during fighting with Islamic State militants in Tikrit, northern Iraq, on April 1, 2015, a day after Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi declared victory in the weeks-long battle to retake the strategic city ...
25 killed in air strikes, clashes with IS militants in Iraq
25 Killed in Iraq Clashes With Islamic State Terrorists
25 killed in Iraq clashes
The New Yorker
ISIS and the Curse of the Iraq War
The New Yorker
I've been reading up recently on the ancient history of Iraq and Syria, a region that is often referred to, not for nothing, as the cradle of civilization. Here is where rapid population growth, urbanization, the specialization of labor, manufacturing ...
US, allies conduct 20 air strikes in Syria, Iraq: military
Fight to save Iraq, via Syria
FBI warns US art dealers about antiquities looted from Syria, Iraq
Protesters in Iraq and Lebanon demand accountability
Mamouri adds, “The ongoing protests in Iraq have brought together religious, civilian, secularist, communist and other communities. They all seek to reform the system and eradicate corruption within the Iraqi government. It seems that religious slogans ...
Iraq's 'Angel of Death' filmed carving Isis fighter's body like a kebab
Grim footage has emerged showing a soldier threatening to carve Isis fighters up like kebabs – before doing exactly that with the dead body of an enemy. Abu Azrael, known as the 'Angel of Death' was filmed carving flesh from the hanging body of a ...
VIDEO: Iraq Shia militiaman cuts burnt corpse 'like shawarma'
Video of celebrity Iraq fighter slicing body goes viral
Isis in Iraq: 'Iraqi Rambo' Abu Azrael filmed slicing Islamic State fighter ...
Islamic State targeted in 22 airstrikes in Iraq, Syria: US Military
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States and its allies staged 15 airstrikes on Islamic State targets in Iraq and seven in Syria since early Saturday, the Combined Joint Task Force said in a statement on Sunday. In Iraq, targets successfully struck ...
Iraq 'to open Baghdad Green Zone'
In recent weeks, thousands of Iraqis have taken to the streets in Baghdad and other cities to protest against the failure to provide basic services and against corruption. They have been backed by Iraq's preeminent Shia cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al ...
Iraq's top Shia cleric voices support for protests
Iraq minister outlines problems behind electricity woes
Facing heat, Iraq's electricity minister passes parliament quizzing
Kurdish forces free seven villages in Iraq: officials
Elsewhere in Iraq, the situation remains more static, a spokesman for the US military's Central Command (Centcom) said. In Ramadi, capital of the key battleground province of Anbar, Iraqi forces continue to try and isolate the city, which fell into IS ...
Kurdish forces free 7 villages in Iraq from ISIS
Kurdish forces free seven villages in Iraq
Seven villages in northern Iraq recaptured by Kurdish forces
The Times (subscription)
Politicians were Iraq's original sinners, military tells Chilcot
The Times (subscription)
The inquiry into the Iraq war must not put the errors of military chiefs on a par with “the original sin” of the political decision to invade, a former Nato commander has said. Lieutenant-General Jonathon Riley, who headed coalition forces in south ...