Iraq win penultimate place in Rio 2016 Olympic Games
One place remains to be confirmed in the men's football tournament at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games after Iraq beat Qatar to become the third and final Asian team to qualify, FIFA have confirmed. The Iraqis came back from 1-0 down against the hosts in the ...
Iraq clinch Asia's final Rio spot
Iraq beats Qatar to get last Asian spot in Olympic soccer
Hillary's Pro-Iraq War Vote is Still a Really Big Deal
Hillary Clinton voted to authorize George W. Bush to go to war in Iraq. As a result of that war, tens of thousands of Americans and Iraqis died needlessly, trillions of dollars were added to the debt, and the Middle East was destabilized in a way that ...
Military Strikes Hit ISIL in Syria, Iraq
Department of Defense
SOUTHWEST ASIA, January 29, 2016 — U.S. and coalition military forces have continued to attack Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant terrorists in Syria and Iraq, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today. Officials ...
Military strikes continue against ISIL terrorists in Syria and Iraq
The Boston Globe
Iraq parliament speaker, in Boston, says ISIS can be beaten this year
The Boston Globe
A former law professor, Jabouri said he already is looking ahead to an Iraq without ISIS, whose lightning advances brought the radical militants to the doorstep of Baghdad. The group continues to hold the key city of Mosul and other areas, including ...
The Fragile Peace Of An Iraqi City Once Run By ISIS
Sgt. Joseph Stifter, former Fort Riley soldier, dies in Iraq
Topeka Capital Journal
A soldier assigned to Fort Riley died Thursday in Iraq, the U.S. Department of Defense has announced. Sgt. Joseph F. Stifter, 30, died from wounds suffered when his armored vehicle was involved in a rollover accident, according to the Defense Department.
DoD identifies 1st Infantry Division soldier killed in Iraq
Soldier who died in Iraq accident is identified
Fort Riley soldier dies during Operation Inherent Resolve in Iraq
Who's to blame for recent kidnappings in Iraq?
BAGHDAD — Iraq is experiencing a resurgence in the abductions of foreigners, something that had tapered off in recent years. Three new incidents include the kidnappings of 18 Turkish workers in September, 26 Qatari hunters in December and three US ...
Turkey's Intervention in Northern Iraq Done with US Green Light
US general warns of possible "catastrophic" dam collapse in Iraq
BAGHDAD -- The top U.S. general in Iraq warned Thursday of the potential collapse of Mosul Dam in the country's north, saying such an event could prove "catastrophic." The U.S.-led coalition is still determining the likelihood the hydroelectric dam ...
Iraq's biggest dam on verge of 'catastrophic collapse' – US commander
Iraq's Mosul Dam Could Collapse, Causing 'Catastrophic' Destruction, Says US General
Pentagon tells White House: More troops in Iraq, Syria needed to fight Islamic State
A member of Charlie Company of the U.S. Marines First Division, Eighth regiment, smokes a cigarette in Fallujah, Iraq, Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2004. U.S. forces punched into the center of the insurgent stronghold, overwhelming bands of guerrillas in the ...
ISIS in Iraq: Ramadi and What Lies Ahead
Pentagon Wants More U.S. Troops to Fight ISIL in Iraq and Syria
New Report Uncovers 35 Yazidi Mass Graves in Iraq
In August of 2014, Islamic State militants began systematically killing and enslaving Yazidi people in northern Iraq as part of their campaign to eliminate the religious minority deemed by the jihadists as filthy "devil worshippers." Since then ...
Huffington Post Canada
Harjit Sajjan: Canada's Iraq Plan Won't Repeat Mistakes Of Afghan War
Huffington Post Canada
The Trudeau government — the rookie defence minister in particular — is under increasing pressure to outline what sort of "meaningful commitment" it will make to the war against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant once CF-18 jet fighters are ...
Liberals cautious of 'ripple effect' across Mideast from Canada's actions in Iraq and Syria: defence minister