The advance on Fallujah has slowed, and Iraq's Shiite militias want to step in
SAQLAWIYAH, Iraq — Only a few days ago, the Islamic State ruled this verdant Iraqi farmland. By Saturday, the area was firmly controlled by powerful Shiite militias, which delivered swift blows to the Sunni extremists and severed their supply lines to ...
These 5 Facts Explain the Good—and the Bad—About Iraq Today
The Militia Commander Beating Back ISIS in Iraq Makes the US Nervous
Column: Marines say new fight for Fallujah sparks anguish over Iraq war
Iraq: Bombings kill 15 in and around Baghdad
In a separate development, the Iraqi army reported it managed to chase out the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS) group from a suburb of Fallujah, which lies just 50km west of Baghdad, after fierce clashes. Government ...
Isis bombings: More than 50 people killed and injured in attacks in Iraq
Blasts kill 15 in and around Iraq's Baghdad
Shi'ite militia says it will storm Iraq's Falluja when families leave
BAGHDAD An Iranian-backed Sh'ite Iraqi militia said on Saturday it planned to storm Falluja, Islamic State's stronghold near Baghdad, once civilians left the city, backtracking on earlier statements that it would leave this task to the Iraqi army. "We ...
US admits to failures in retaining Iraqi army, limiting militia role
Iran to Saudi Arabia: 'We'll Leave Iraq When Iraq Asks'
Could a millionaire save Iraq's Sunnis?
Jack Straw: Haunted by the Iraq war?
Jack Straw was a key witness at the Chilcot Inquiry, where he insisted that he supported an attack on Iraq for good reasons: to destroy Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction. But the evidence that Saddam Hussein possessed such weapons was ...
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U.S. struggles to hoist Iraq army
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Iraqi security forces and allied Popular Mobilization Forces cross the main highway to Jordan and Syria as they advance during fighting against Islamic State militants in Saqlawiyah near Fallujah, Iraq, Thursday, June 2, 2016. (AP Photo/ Khalid ...
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Counter-ISIL Strikes Hit Terrorists in Syria, Iraq
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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 ...
25 more airstrikes target IS in Syria, Iraq
Iraq: Airstrikes kill dozens of ISIS militants in Falluja
Falluja became the first Iraqi city to fall to ISIS in January 2014 -- dealing a blow to Iraq as well as Western countries battling the terror group. An estimated 50,000 residents are trapped in the city between opposing fighters, including 20,000 ...
The battle for Falluja: 'If they lose it, Isis is finished'
Isis bombers, bribery and endless checkpoints - the death-defying trials of an Iraqi trucker
Is the UK's Iraq Inquiry Set to "Savage" Tony Blair? (Part 11)
With the date of the publication of Chilcot Inquiry into the illegal invasion of Iraq just weeks away (6th July) reportedly set to "savage" former Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair he has made a rare return to the UK and gone in to manic diversionary ...
REG KEYS whose son died in Iraq on why Tony Blair should be brought to account
Tim Roth and Jimmy McGovern team up for story of Iraq War dad who took on Tony Blair
As Iraq repays debt, Lukoil pledges to unlock investment
VIENNA (Reuters) - Iraq has positively surprised oil majors by starting quickly to repay accumulated debts, the head of Russia's Lukoil said, pledging more investment to allow OPEC's second-largest producer to maintain stellar output growth. Iraq has ...
Justice for Iraq war victims
Alex Salmond deserves praise for his commitment to bring Tony Blair to face justice for the Iraq war, one of the UK's worst and most shameful foreign policy disasters, which 13 years later still reverberates (Salmond reveals plan to put Tony Blair in ...
Relatives of soldiers killed in Iraq want Tony Blair to pay for report
No 10 intervenes to stop families of Iraq War dead paying £767 for full Chilcot report
Families of British troops killed in Iraq WON'T have to pay £767 for Chilcot report