Life in Iraq: War Forces Women into Non-Traditional Roles
BAGHDAD — Violence gripping Iraq has cast the country's women into non-traditional roles: providers and protectors. Though ISIS has subjected women to horrific abuse and enslavement, life in government-held areas often proves to be simply the lesser ...
Iraq will cooperate with any production-cutting decisions: oil minister
BAGHDAD Iraq's oil minister said on Saturday his country was ready to accept a decision by OPEC and non-OPEC members to cut crude production and was preparing to revive its national oil company, moves aimed at boosting profits amid dropping prices.
'Iraq will cooperate with any production-cutting decisions'
Military Strikes Target ISIL in Syria, Iraq
Department of Defense
SOUTHWEST ASIA, January 30, 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 ...
US admits anti-ISIS airstrikes killed civilians in Syria, Iraq
Coalition servicemember dies in Iraq from noncombat injuries
Military strikes continue agaisnt ISIL terrorists in Syria and Iraq
Los Angeles Times
Soldier from Glendale killed in crash while serving in Iraq
Los Angeles Times
An Army sergeant from Glendale serving in Iraq was killed earlier this week in a rollover accident, Army and Department of Defense officials said. Sgt. Joseph F. Stifter, 30, suffered fatal injuries after his armored vehicle rolled over at Al Asad ...
DoD identifies 1st Infantry Division soldier killed in Iraq
Fort Riley soldier dies in vehicle accident in Iraq
Soldier who died in Iraq accident is identified
Kyle Tyrrell, Iraq war vet under investigation for protecting wife from alleged Muslim attacker
Police are investigating a retired Lieutenant-Colonel and Iraq war veteran in Australia after he got into a skirmish with a fisherman who he says attacked his wife. Kyle Tyrrell, 47, suffered minor injuries and says his wife, Liana, was punched in the ...
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 ...
Hillary Clinton's Iraq War Albatross
In his war on Sanders supporters, Krugman forgets about Iraq
Clinton cast wrong vote on Iraq war
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
The polygamy hoax that spread from Iraq to Eritrea
A false rumour that men in Eritrea would be legally obliged to marry at least two women went viral this week. But it's a hoax that has hit at least four countries to date, and actually began in Iraq, where it wasn't as implausible as it seems. When a ...
Iraq's largest refinery remains shut due to looting and sabotage
ERBIL, Kurdistan Region - Iraq claimed on Sunday that the Baiji refinery – the country's largest -- has been subjected to looting and warned over potential sabotage. "Devices and equipment and other materials have been stolen at the Baiji refinery ...
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 edge hosts Qatar for final Olympic berth in Asia
Iraq clinch Asia's final Rio spot
Iraq beats Qatar to get last Asian spot in Olympic soccer