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Iraq premier offers plan to trim criticized government
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Demonstrators chant in support of Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, in the poster, during a demonstration at Tahrir Square in Baghdad, Iraq, Sunday, Aug. 9, 2015. Iraq's prime minister unveiled a bold plan Sunday to abolish three vice presidential ...
Iraq's Premier, Facing Protests, Proposes Government Overhaul
Iraq PM announces sweeping anti-corruption plan
Iraq Cabinet Approves Sweeping Overhaul to Political System
A new fight over oil shows why it's so hard to keep Iraq from splintering
BAGHDAD — Iraq's Kurdish region has begun to sell oil independently of the central government, a move that is exacerbating divisions in the country as it struggles to turn back Islamic State militants. The Kurdish region last month stopped ...
Expanding US role in Iraq strains awkward alliance with Iran
The expanding U.S. military campaign against the Islamic State group in Iraq relies in part on an uneasy, arms-length partnership with Shiite militias backed by Iran — organizations that were once relentlessly effective killers of U.S. troops. Now, as ...
The Surge Fallacy
How foreign-policy lessons from Iraq inform Obama's Iran deal
Last week President Obama defended the Iran agreement in part by dismissing its critics as people who supported the war in Iraq 13 years ago — “the same people who seem to have no compunction with being repeatedly wrong,” he said. Politicians and ...
3 U.S. defeats: Vietnam, Iraq and now Iran
Obama invokes Iraq war debate in push for Iran deal, amid Dem defections
In speech, Obama to compare Iran deal to Iraq War vote
US, allies target militants in 23 air strikes in Syria, Iraq: US
In Iraq, five air strikes near Mosul, three near Ramadi and three near Sinjar aimed to beat back the militants, destroying excavators, tactical units, buildings and weapons, the Combined Joint Task Force said on Sunday in a statement. Other strikes ...
Coalition airstrikes hit Islamic State targets in Syria, Iraq
Bearing the cost: Mother honored for son's service in Iraq
He was killed during a patrol in April 2005 following an ambush near Balad Ruz, Iraq. Stephen Kennedy, who also fought in the first Gulf War as a U.S. Marine before joining the army, was one of 4,400 U.S. servicemen to die in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
6000 Airstrikes in Iraq and Syria: A Look At the Numbers
Saturday marks the one year anniversary of the start of U.S. and coalition airstrikes in Iraq against ISIS. Since then, the military coalition against ISIS has launched nearly 6,000 coalition airstrikes in both Iraq and Syria and the cost of U.S ...
Coalition Continues Anti-ISIL Airstrikes in Syria, Iraq
Lack of funds threatens food aid for millions in Iraq
A major shortage of aid funding for Iraq threatens food assistance relied on by more than two million people, the U.N.'s humanitarian coordinator for the country said on Sunday. ISIS jihadist group overran around a third of Iraq last year, sparking a ...
UN Warns of Shortage in Food Assistance to Iraq
Food aid for millions in Iraq under threat
PHOTOS: ISIS Beheads Alleged 'Spy' in Nineveh, Iraq
A new video purportedly released by the Islamic State shows a man dressed in an orange jumpsuit being beheaded on charges of being a spy. The public beheading took place in Nineveh, Iraq, sometimes anglicized as "Ninawa." Nineveh is an ancient city ...
Constant Grenade Attacks Feel Familiar to Bomb Disposal Troops Redeployed From ...
MALMO, Sweden – After years in the military and police dealing with bombs and mines in ex-Yugoslavia, Lebanon and Iraq, Goran Mansson is now back home advising Swedes what to do if they find an unexploded grenade on their street or in a playground.