Los Angeles Times
Iraq: Can Mosul survive ISIL?
Traditionally, Mosul has been viewed as one of the three pillars of Iraq, alongside the cities of Baghdad and Basra, dating back to Iraq's administrative layout under the Ottoman Empire. The three cities were the capitals of the three Ottoman provinces ...
In the aftermath of Islamic State's retreat in Iraq: destruction, fire and toxic fumes
The Painful Liberation of Iraqs Christian Heartland
Turkey's Push to Join Battle for Mosul Inflames Tension With Iraq
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 lures investors to boost its oil output as OPEC debates cuts
No Oil Production Cuts, Says Iraq, Funds Needed To Fight ISIS
Iraq Threatens To Sink OPEC Deal
Donald Trump Lies Again About The Iraq War
“If I were president at that time, Capt. Khan would be alive today, George, because I wouldn't have been in Iraq,” Trump said Wednesday. “You did support it initially,” Stephanopoulos pointed out. “Support what?” Trump responded. “Look, let's get it ...
Father Who Lost Muslim Son in Iraq Berates Trump From Mosque
Donald Trump wanted to 'declare victory and leave' Iraq to whoever could take it
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
Turkey's complex reasons for fighting in Syria and Iraq
Iraqi leader says no thanks to US push for Turkish role in Mosul fight
CRS Iraq assisting displaced people fleeing Mosul
Meanwhile, humanitarian aid agencies in Iraq, including CAFOD and Catholic Relief Services have been working to assist those affected by the fighting. Hani El-Mahdi, CRS Director for Iraq, spoke with Vatican Radio's Christopher Wells about relief ...
Christian Science Monitor
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 ...
World Giving Index 2016 | Global view of giving trends | CAF - Charities Aid Foundation
US-Led Coalition Conducts 11 Airstrikes Against Daesh in Syria, Iraq
The US-led coalition of more than 60 nations has been conducting airstrikes against Daesh in Syria and Iraq since 2014. The strikes in Syria are not authorized by the government of President Bashar Assad or by the United Nations Security Council.
Iraq Christian areas retaken but return still distant
Arbil (Iraq) (AFP) - Between bombs, destruction and fears for the future, returning home remains a distant prospect for the Christians of northern Iraq displaced by the Islamic State jihadist group. Iraqi forces are fighting their way toward Mosul to ...
Foreign Policy (blog)
SitRep: JSOC Hunting ISIS; Turkey Threatening Combat in Iraq and Syria
Foreign Policy (blog)
Turkish officials continue to push and prod Iraq over the Mosul fight, insisting on playing a role despite Baghdad refusing to allow the Turks to join the assault. Earlier this week, officials in Ankara said their F-16s were involved in the air war ...
The Geniuses Who Brought You the Iraq War Are at It Again
These are the apostles of American exceptionalism, from the neoconservatives who promoted the invasion of Iraq to the “indispensable nation” liberal interventionists who championed regime change in Libya. Virtually without exception, all supported Bush ...