The Shia Militias of Iraq
KARBALA, Iraq—Along the road joining the cities of Najaf and Karbala in southern Iraq is a line of placards, attached at 50-meter intervals to every lamppost. Each one shows the face of a volunteer killed in the fight against the Islamic State. But ...
Iraq Says Kurds, Foreign Companies Agree to Cut Oil Production
Iraq said most international oil companies working in the country, along with the semi-autonomous Kurdish region, have agreed to cut crude output to fulfill an OPEC accord. Iraq is fully committed to delivering on OPEC's Nov. 30 agreement to reduce ...
Iraq Could Delay OPEC Production Cuts
Turkey to pull out forces from Iraq: Envoy
The Turkish Ambassador to Baghdad says his country will withdraw troops from Iraq, claiming that Ankara does not interfere in the domestic affairs of the Arab country. Faruk Kaymakci made the remarks in a meeting with Iraqi Vice President Nouri al ...
Daily Inter Lake
Iraq: Nowhere to turn
On 10 June 2014, the IS fighters captured Mosul, Iraq's second-largest city, and surrounding towns and villages. Civilians in Mosul and other areas in the province of Ninewa were swept up in the group's reign of terror. On 17 October 2016, Iraqi and ...
The Latest: Bombs in Iraq's Mosul kill 23
Iraq bombs kill 23, disrupt return to normal life in Mosul
Watch a US-led coalition strike destroy an ISIS vessel near the terror group's Iraqi stronghold
Isis warlords release shocking film of their suicide bomb attacks in Iraq filmed from above
ISIS warlords have released a shocking new propaganda video they say shows suicide bombers taking out key targets in Iraq. The video – filmed by drones – is aimed at showing the rest of the world that the terror group is not losing ground on the ...
Iraq: Car bomb kills at least 23 in east Mosul market, IS claims ...
The Indian Express
A triple car bomb killed at least 15 civilians and eight policemen on Thursday at east Mosul market, according to Iraq's Defense Ministry. Mosul is jidhadists final ...
IS group claims car bomb attacks in Iraq's Mosul
Human Rights Watch
Iraq: Armed Groups Using Child Soldiers
Human Rights Watch
(Beirut) – Armed groups in Iraq affiliated to the Kurdistan Workers' Party have recruited boys and girls, Human Rights Watch said today. In two cases the armed groups abducted or seriously abused children who tried to leave their forces. The groups ...
Human Rights Watch: PKK-armed wings recruit child soldiers in Iraq
PKK commits war crime by recruiting child soldiers in Iraq, Human Rights Watch
PKK-Affiliated Militants Recruiting Child Soldiers in Iraq – HRW
Luckiest soldiers in Iraq? Incredible drone footage shows botched ISIS car bomb attempt as troops escape by seconds
Incredible drone footage has emerged revealing the moment ISIS botched a car bomb driven at an Iraqi army base - as squaddies escaped with seconds to spare. In an embarrassing gaffe, the 'suicide bomb truck' overturned as it dodged rockets and tried to ...
Humanitarian challenges in Iraq's displacement crisis
Iraq's internally displaced persons (IDPs) face profound insecurity and life-threatening conditions as the conflict escalates again, says a new report by the Ceasefire Centre for Civilian Rights and Minority Rights Group International (MRG). The rights ...
Saddam Hussein's daughter praises Trump for his 'political sensibility'
Saddam Hussein's daughter has praised Donald Trump for his 'high level of political sensibility' and his opposition to the war in Iraq. 'This man has just arrived to the leadership ... But from what is apparent, this man has a high level of political ...