For Iraq's Christians, Christmas Cheer Tinged With Despair
COMBO- this combination of eight portraits shows residents if the the Karamlis complex, where Christians displaced by Islamic State militants are living, in Irbil, Iraq, Friday, Dec. 23, 2016. Iraq's Christians are marking the holiday in his camp for ...
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 ...
Fort Drum aviation soldiers return from Iraq, Kuwait
FORT DRUM — About 80 soldiers from the the 1st Battalion, 10th Aviation Regiment returned to post Friday following a deployment in Iraq and Kuwait. For the last eight months, the soldiers have served in an advisory role as a part of Operation Inherent ...
Iraq: Mosul Residents Flee Miserable Camps Despite Heavy Fighting
In Iraq, three suicide car bombs driven by members of ISIS killed at least 15 civilians and eight Iraqi police officers on Thursday, as the battle to retake the city of Mosul raged into its third month. The attacks came in a suburb east of Mosul that ...
Christian militia stands guard in freed town outside Mosul, Iraq
Iraq: Nowhere to turn
Mosul, Iraq and Obama's Legacy of War
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 ...
Oil advances as Iraq signals compliance with output accord
Iraq's Muslims celebrate Christmas in solidarity with Christians
The shops are frequented by both the poor and the rich,” Hussein told Al-Monitor, stressing that “Muslims love to share this holiday season with their compatriots” and the “injustices done to the Christians are not caused by Muslims but by those who ...
After Islamic State, a dark homecoming for Iraq's Christians
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 ...
Human Rights Watch
Iraq: Armed Groups Using Child Soldiers | Human Rights Watch
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 ...
Iraq: Mine Risk Education for Displaced Children
More than 100,000 people have taken part in these activities since the launch of our emergency response in Iraq. Handicap International's teams visit schools in Kirkuk, Iraq. “There are lots of displaced people here,” explains Sarah, a Handicap ...
Iraq: Signs Of Hope In Desperate Times
Najaf, Iraq–A week has passed since my arrival in Iraq. Once again we come desiring to strengthen the bonds of human friendship, bonds which threaten to break as the opportunities to visit each other become less and less possible. A few days prior to ...