Report: Killings of ISIS prisoners by Iraq government militias
IRBIL, Iraq – A militia backed by the Iraqi government killed suspected Islamic State fighters it had captured during the operation to retake the militant-held city of Mosul, according to an international human rights monitoring group. The Hashed al ...
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Coalition conducts 18 airstrikes against Islamic State in Iraq and Syria
Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) The Joint Task Force announced, that the international coalition air force recently carried out 18 air strikes against the Islamic state in Iraq and Syria. The Joint Task Force revealed in a press statement, “Today ...
Military aims to stop ISIL's 'spillage' outside of Iraq, Syria
Coalition launches 10 strikes in Syria, Iraq
Iran Deplores Discontent at Terrorist Defeats in Iraq, Syria
Saddam warned the US it could not govern Iraq
You are going to find that it is not so easy to govern Iraq.' "When I told him I was curious why he felt that way, he replied: 'You are going to fail in Iraq because you do not know the language, the history, and you do not understand the Arab mind ...
US 'got it so wrong' on Saddam Hussein, says CIA analyst who interrogated dictator
Iraq's Saddam shouldn't have been toppled by the US, ex-CIA analyst says
Saddam Hussein's last interrogation: CIA analyst's Iraq dictator shock
Human Rights Watch
Iraq: Executions by Government-Backed Militia
Human Rights Watch
(Erbil) – An Iraqi government-backed militia on November 29, 2016, executed at least four men they suspected of affiliation with the Islamic State (also known as ISIS), Human Rights Watch said today. The men were killed without any judicial proceeding.
Iraq militia executes IS supporters: HRW
Saddam Hussein should have been left to run Iraq, says CIA officer who interrogated him
Both President Obama and President-elect Donald Trump believe the United States never should have invaded Iraq in 2o03 (or, at least, Trump claims he now does). The war in Iraq and its chaotic aftermath in many ways prefigure the present moment in the ...
MSF Scales up Operations as Humanitarian Situation Deteriorates
In Iraq, the humanitarian situation continues to deteriorate, as people displaced from their homes by violence face their third winter living in harsh conditions. More than three million Iraqis are currently displaced by the conflict, and many more ...
If Donald Trump Is So Upset About Iraq WMD Lies, Why Would He Want to Hire John Bolton?
Donald Trump's reaction to news that some U.S. intelligence agencies believe Russia intervened in the 2016 presidential election on his behalf was to fire back: “These are the same people that said Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction.”.
Politics|GOP Resistance Builds to John Bolton as State Dept. Deputy
As Battle For Mosul Rages In Iraq, Observers Warn Of Risk Of 'ISIS 2.0'
Even as ISIS (aka Islamic State or Daesh) looks set to lose control over the Iraqi city of Mosul, observers are warning of the danger of more insurgencies springing up in Sunni-majority areas of Iraq which remain alienated from the Baghdad government ...
Voices of Iraq: Minorities on the edge of extinction
How Iraq's Army Could Defeat ISIS in Mosul—But Lose Control of the Country
ISIL produced military grade weapons in Iraq: report
PKK attacks aim to disrupt Turkey's anti-terror success in Syria, Iraq
After Turkey employed a new anti-terror strategy, which includes fighting and eliminating the problem at its source, the Turkish military-backed Free Syrian Army (FSA) has successfully destroyed 217 Daesh terrorist targets in northern Syria on the ...
Missing Economic Strategy in Iraq
Summary (2016). This paper was prepared in early 2010, when it might still have been possible to advance an agenda for a diversified private sector in Iraq. We missed our opportunity. US economic strategy passed through stages: first, we encouraged ...