New York Times
Battered by War, Iraq Now Faces Calamity From Dropping Oil Prices
New York Times
But Iraq, where nearly eight million people rely on a government salary or pension, will probably be forced to make crippling budget cuts. The economic shock, they fear, could lead to large-scale social unrest even as the country is pulled apart by war ...
UN appeals for $861 million to help Iraq
UN asks for $861 million to help Iraq meet humanitarian bill
Iraq Needs $1.56 Billion for ISIS-Driven Humanitarian Crisis
Military Strikes Hit ISIL Terrorists in Syria, Iraq
Department of Defense
SOUTHWEST ASIA, January 31, 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
US admits anti-ISIS airstrikes killed civilians in Syria, Iraq
Five airstrikes in Syria, 18 in Iraq target IS - coalition
Iraq: Possible War Crimes by Shia Militia
Human Rights Watch
(Beirut) – Members of Shia militias, who the Iraqi government has included among its state forces, abducted and killed scores of Sunni residents in a central Iraq town and demolished Sunni homes, stores, and mosques following January 11, 2016 bombings ...
Rights group: Shiite militias behind Iraq revenge attack
Attacks on Iraq's Sunnis could constitute war crimes: rights group
Attacks on Iraq's Sunnis could constitute war crimes — HRW
Merkel: Refugees should 'go home' once war in Syria & Iraq is over
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says that most of the refugees entering Germany from Syria and Iraq are expected to return home once conflicts in their countries have ended. The statement comes as Merkel facing mounting pressure over her open-door ...
Two self-declared Daesh 'governors' killed in Iraq: Report
Iraq's al-Sumaria news channel reported on Sunday that Mohammad al-Vaziri, the self-proclaimed governor of the northern Iraqi province of Kirkuk, was killed in a joint aerial operation by the Iraqi Air Force and the US-led coalition purportedly ...
Corruption in Iraq's oil industry
Iraq is one of the countries in the Middle East that is known to be oil rich. Iraq has also been suffering from a lack of honest politicians along with a failure of institutions in terms of both strength and transparency. The latter makes room for the ...
Hollywood beckons for whistleblower who risked jail over Iraq 'dirty tricks'
Thirteen years later, as bloodshed continues in Iraq, the almost forgotten story is to be brought to a new audience in Official Secrets, a movie co-starring Paul Bettany and Martin Freeman as Observer journalists who reported the dirty tricks scandal ...
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'
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 witch-hunt lawyers set sights on Afghan claims by the TALIBAN
It has sparked fears that troops who served in Afghanistan will be hounded in the same way as those who fought in Iraq as 'ambulance-chasing' law firms pursue the claims. Today's case – described as 'ludicrous' by defence minister Penny Mordaunt ...