New York Times
Iraq: Coalition huddles as forces inch towards Mosul
Iraqi forces inched to within striking distance of eastern Mosul on Tuesday as defence chiefs from the US-led coalition met in Paris to review the offensive on the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant group's bastion. Forces from the elite counter ...
US says Syria, Iraq Campaigns Against IS Will Overlap
Turkey's Push to Join Battle for Mosul Inflames Tension With Iraq
Iraq battles ISIS in western town, far from Mosul
War-torn Iraq is the world's most generous country to strangers
But Iraq's conspicuous place in the survey may also be a reflection of the reality of war. In the past week, the Iraqi government and affiliated militias launched a long-anticipated offensive to reclaim the northern city of Mosul from the extremist ...
Which country is the most generous in the world?
Iraq is balking at OPEC's oil deal — and it'll probably get away with it
Iraqi Oil Minister Jabar Ali al-Luaibi dropped the bombshell on Sunday, doubling down after Iraq had already kicked up a fuss over how OPEC plans to set quotas when it meets next month in Vienna. He argued that his country can't cut production because ...
Iraq Threatens To Sink OPEC Deal
Oil dips on Buzzard restart, Iraq; US crude tests below $50
Oil Falls to One-Week Low as Iraq Seeks Exemption From OPEC Cuts
Obama's Stupid Stuff in Iraq
President Barack Obama's foreign policy of “Don't do stupid s[tuff]” has been turned on its head in Iraq. The stupefying stupidity of our continuing military involvement featuring more than 5,000 American soldiers ranks with our carnival of ...
Mosul offensive: ISIS kills hundreds of men and boys, Iraqi source says
... northeast of Mosul, the Peshmerga General Command said Sunday; Prime Minister Abadi reiterated his view that Iraq does not need Turkey's assistance in the battle; Kurdish officials accused Sunni Arabs in Kirkuk of supporting ISIS a day after ...
Correction: Iraq Story
Iraqi leader says no thanks to US push for Turkish role in Mosul fight
Turkish help in Mosul offensive angers Iraq
Iraq War architect Colin Powell is voting for Hillary Clinton — along with major right-wing hawks
Powell played a leading role in pushing for the U.S. invasion of Iraq, which Clinton staunchly supported as a senator. Although he was initially wary about potential military action in Iraq, Powell became one of the war's most vocal supporters. As ...
Islamic State, under pressure in Iraq, claims attack that killed 60 police cadets in Pakistan
Los Angeles Times
Islamic State claimed responsibility Tuesday for an attack on a police academy in southwestern Pakistan that killed at least 60 cadets, demonstrating the militant organization's ability to create havoc far from its shrinking bases in Iraq and Syria ...
C-130s fly first mission into renovated airfield in Iraq
A C-130J Super Hercules, assigned to the 737th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron, sits on the ramp at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia prior to a mission to Qayyarrah West Airfield, Iraq, Oct. 21, 2016. The 737th EAS flew the first coalition ...
Time to invest Iraq's wealth in its future
Girls sit in their third grade class in Ramla School, a UNICEF-supported child-friendly school in Amara, Iraq, that also serves displaced children from Anbar and Mosul. "We love them and think of them like brothers and sisters," says one of the girls.