Iraq's child soldiers: 'What happened to our boys?'
Anbar, Iraq – The child soldier posed for the camera, holding a machine-gun and wearing black clothes and army boots. He refused to give his name or his age, but it was obvious from his appearance - his facial hair barely grown - that he was only a ...
US-Led Coalition Conducts 25 Airstrikes Against Daesh in Iraq, Syria
Slow progress, worst to come in battle for ISIS stronghold
The operation to retake Fallujah is expected to be one of the most difficult yet - this city in Iraq's western Anbar province is symbolically important to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and has been a bastion of support for anti-government ...
Iraq troops free first neighborhood in ISIS-held Falluja, military says
Iraqi Troops in Southern Fallujah for First Time in 2 Years
Spats among Iraq's security forces delay advance on ISIS-held Fallujah
Iraq refugees return home: 'Europe didn't welcome us'
IDOMENI, Greece — Brothers Montather and Ali Al-Zobady gathered their belongings in this makeshift refugee camp on the Macedonian border and made their way to the Athens airport. The Iraqi refugees weren't trying to circumvent barriers in southern ...
Islamic State loses ground on fronts in Syria, Iraq
BEIRUT/BAGHDAD Islamic State's far-flung enemies in Syria and Iraq pressed ahead on Wednesday with major advances on multiple fronts that have put some of the greatest pressure on the ultra-hardline Islamists since they declared their caliphate two ...
Tony Blair, the Chilcot report and the legacy of Iraq
George W Bush and Tony Blair at a press conference on 23 February 2001, at Camp David, Maryland. 'As the result of the  invasion, Iraq is now a sad, violent country, the lives of millions of its citizens shredded and its ancient biblical heritage ...
UK: The Iraq Inquiry, A Government U-Turn and an "Apology" from Tony Blair
Chilcot Iraq war report 'should accept Blair's belief'
Iraq is pumping oil at record pace despite chaos
Iraq is pumping more oil than ever before, even as ISIS-fueled chaos grips parts of the Middle Eastern country. Iraq, which relies on oil to fund nearly its entire government, increased daily oil production to an all-time high of 4.5 million barrels in ...
Trump Wrong on Iraqi Oil
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Watch: David Gilkey's powerful video series from Iraq
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During his time at the Detroit Free Press, photographer and videographer David P. Gilkey made numerous trips into troubled countries like Afghanistan, Iraq and Bosnia. Through his lens, Free Press readers saw the horror of war and its toll on the ...
Yazidis in Iraq Who Escaped the Islamic State Are Being Ignored Because They're Not 'Refugees'
That's why El Shafie is urging Canada's immigration ministry to allow hundreds of Yazidis displaced from their homes in northern Iraq by Islamic State militants to come to Canada through its refugee channels. He says his group has documented about 1 ...
Detectives tried to arrest British Iraq hero at his base despite him being cleared
British soldiers hounded as a result of incidents in Iraq a decade ago were threatened with arrest at home and on military bases by taxpayer-funded detectives. An inquiry sparked by a Daily Mail campaign yesterday heard how families were quizzed on ...
Witch-hunt Iraq veterans left traumatised as compensation investigators pursue families
Iraqs Shia Militias Accused of War Crimes in Fight Against ISIS
Reassurances are not enough in Iraq. Sectarian hatred is now so entrenched in light of the fact that the militias leading the operations in Saqlawiyah and Karma are the Badr Organization, Kata'ib Hezbollah (or the Brigades of the Party of God) and Asa ...
No Time For Trump, Part One: Iraq, Syria And The Danger Of ISIS