Iraq hasn't asked for extra help in Fallujah
NEW LONDON, Conn. – Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said Tuesday that Iraq's government has not made requests for extra help to support a recently launched offensive to recapture Fallujah from the Islamic State, a battle that will be a key test for ...
Iraq forces keep up shelling of Falluja, UN concern mounts for civilians
UN Urges ISIS and Iraq to Let Civilians Escape Falluja Fighting
Iraq Says Clashes With IS Outside Fallujah Briefly Subside
Iraq struggles to match January's record oil production
Iraq is struggling to match January's record production of 4.8m barrels a day because of maintenance, bad weather and power outages, a senior government official has told a conference in London. Falah Alamri, Iraq's Opec governor and head of the ...
Iraq says total oil output 4.7 million bpd; exports at record
Iraq Reaches 4.5M Bpd Oil Production, As Cracks Start to Show
Iraq sticks to oil output growth plan despite spending cuts
One served in Vietnam, the other in Iraq. What they think about President Obama's visit to Vietnam.
Marco Werman: Well, thanks very much for being with us, I mean we're at this moment where the man who brought troops home from Iraq is now the third president to visit Vietnam. What thoughts occur to both of you at this moment? Tim O'Brien: Well, this ...
Tony Blair: I underestimated Iraq's destabilising forces
Tony Blair has admitted he profoundly underestimated the forces that were going to be unleashed in Iraq after the war, and says his understanding of the Middle East is much deeper now than at the time of the invasion in 2003. He also revealed the ...
Tony Blair feels bad about the war in Iraq. But he still wants to try it again.
Tony blair in admission over iraq as he calls for 'proper ground war' against is
Iraq Inquiry: Blair gives early insight into Chilcot response
Coalition Strikes Hit ISIL Targets in Syria, Iraq
Department of Defense
The strikes were conducted as part of Operation Inherent Resolve, the operation to eliminate the ISIL terrorist group and the threat they pose to Iraq, Syria, and the wider international community. The destruction of ISIL targets in Syria and Iraq ...
ISIL losing control of key cities across Iraq and Syria
Seven strikes in Syria, 12 in Iraq target IS - Coalition
How much will $15 billion IMF loan really cost Iraq?
BAGHDAD — On May 19, Iraq signed an agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a loan for as much as $15 billion over the next three years. Observers are wondering how Iraq will be able to repay the loan and meet the conditions imposed ...
Ex-soldier who lost a leg in Iraq reaches the top of Everest
An Army veteran who lost his leg to a roadside bomb in Iraq reached the summit of Mount Everest on Tuesday, becoming the second combat amputee to climb the mountain in six days, according to a veterans group that sponsored the expedition. Chad Jukes ...
Joan Vennochi: Laying blame for Iraq failure
The Harvard graduate said he knew what he was fighting for during four tours of duty in Iraq: "To build a democracy and create a stable, successful government so we could go home." Now, he said, the military strategy to defeat ISIS is working, but the ...
Heavy metal in Iraq's most divided city
They are one of a small number of metal bands in Iraq, a small part itself of the fractured heavy metal scene in the Middle East where bands mostly exist in isolation like this. Religious conservatism, social taboos and repressive governments mean most ...
Army Col. Tony Deane fought in Iraq and sees a long road to success
Army Col. Tony Deane (ret.) is a veteran of the Cold War, Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm, Operation Joint Guardian (Kosovo), and Operation Iraqi Freedom. Col. Deane joins Roe Conn and Anna Davlantes to talk about the future of Iraq and Syria.