Wall Street Journal
Cleric's Role Reversal Upends Iraq's Political Order
Wall Street Journal
BAGHDAD—Ever since the 2003 U.S.-led invasion of Iraq, there have been two Baghdads. One a chaotic metropolis choked by traffic and tormented by bombings. Another is the so-called Green Zone, a placid expanse of empty avenues and verdant gardens ...
Iraq's Abadi vows to implement reforms
Iraq's Sadrist bloc won't join Abadi's next government
Baghdad demos continue amid calls for new Iraq gov't
Daesh moves its command centers to hospitals in N Iraq
The Daesh Takfiri terrorist group has moved its key command centers to hospitals and health centers in Iraq's northern Kirkuk province to use civilians as human shields against government airstrikes, military sources say. Jabbar al-Mamouri, a commander ...
Stars and Stripes
Inherent Resolve Campaign Medal honors recent service in Iraq, Syria
Stars and Stripes
President Barack Obama signed an executive order Wednesday establishing the Inherent Resolve Campaign Medal for recent service in Iraq, Syria and nearby areas. According to the order, it "shall be awarded to members of the Armed Forces of the United ...
This is the U.S. military's new medal for troops fighting ISIS
Military Strikes Continue Against ISIL Terrorists in Iraq, Syria
Department of Defense
SOUTHWEST ASIA, March 30, 2016 — U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant terrorists in Syria and Iraq yesterday, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today ...
US-led Coalition Hits Four Daesh Targets in Syria, 20 in Iraq
4 airstrikes in Syria, 20 in Iraq target IS - Coalition
Clark County deputy to deploy to Iraq
Springfield News Sun
Deputy Andrew Miller will deploy to Iraq on Thursday and serve for one year. Miller's job in the Army is civil affairs, he said. He'll be talking with civilians to determine what they need. “Trying to troubleshoot and see how we can fix those problems ...
Clark County deputy prepares for deployment to Iraq
Has the US found a new friend in Iraq's Shiite militias?
On March 12, US Consul General Steve Walker visited Al-Sadr Teaching Hospital in Basra to pay his respects to wounded members of the Popular Mobilization Units. The visit marked the first time a US official has publicly met these troops. This is ...
Obama could decide on greater troop presence in Iraq soon: general
"I brought it to the secretary (Defense Secretary Ash Carter). The secretary will engage with the president." Dunford said last week he expected an increase in the level of U.S. forces in Iraq from the current 3,800, but that those decisions had not ...
Iraq Army's Mosul offensive stalls in face of fierce fighting, desertions
MAKHMOUR, Iraq — The Iraqi army soldiers smoked nervously as they described their ordeal. Sent to clear a village of Islamic State fighters, they found themselves pinned down by sniper fire. A few hours later, after 10 comrades were wounded, they ...
Front line view of Mosul offensive as Iraq appeals for help against ISIL
ISIS fighter beheads three Peshmerga prisoners on the streets in Iraq
Iraq denies US troops taking part in Mosul offensive
Iraq could have $15 billion IMF standby arrangement by June
The head of the IMF's mission in Iraq, Christian Josz, told Reuters on Tuesday that the IMF could approve a standby arrangement by early June which would provide Iraq with $15 billion worth of international assistance over the course of the next three ...
Iraq makes progress towards gaining IMF financial support
IMF says Iraq could secure three-year standby deal by June
IMF says Iraq could secure 3-year standby deal by June