Iraq: ISIL says Omar al-Shishani killed in air strike
Amaq, the ISIL-linked website, did not specify when Shishani was killed, but the loss of the commander is a significant blow to the group, which has suffered a string of setbacks in Iraq this year. Mosul is the last ISIL-held city in Iraq. Al Jazeera ...
IS Says Senior Commander Al-Shishani Killed in Iraq
'Islamic State' says top commander Shishani killed in Iraq
Islamic State says senior commander killed in Iraq
Iraq: ISIL claims deadly checkpoint attack near Baghdad
At least six civilians and two policemen have been killed in a suicide car bomb attack at a police checkpoint north of Iraq's capital, Baghdad, according to security and medical sources. Wednesday's bombing was the second attack in the al-Rashidiya ...
Baghdad bombing ignites demand for better security in Iraq
IS suicide bomber kills four at Iraq checkpoint
Iraq officials: Suicide car bomb kills 8 in Baghdad district
Labour faces split over Iraq censure motion against Blair
The Labour leadership is facing the prospect of a split on what action to take against Tony Blair over the invasion of Iraq as Emily Thornberry, the new shadow foreign secretary, opposed a censure motion against the former prime minister. Jeremy Corbyn ...
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Heartbreaking Image of Burned Girl Captures Agony of Iraq
The ISIS suicide attack, one of the deadliest bombings since the beginning of the Iraq War in 2003, occurred in a mostly Shiite district in Baghdad during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan — during which ISIS urged its followers to bring pain to ...
Iraq, Chilcot, and questions for Australia
Britain's report into the justification for going to war in Iraq raises questions for Australia that only an inquiry can answer, writes Ramesh Thakur. The eagerly awaited Chilcot Report into Britain and the 2003 Iraq war has finally been published. For ...
How Tony Blair's Regime-Change Ambitions Enabled the Iraq War
Lord Paul Tyler writes: Chilcot and Iraq: The Verdict
Top 10 books about the Iraq war
Back then, to my mind, the word Iraq evoked a place. A place where Saddam Hussein ruled; where a war against Iran had been fought, a war against Kuwait, and a war against a global UN coalition impending. It was place that was old and interesting but ...
Counter-ISIL Strikes Hit Terrorists 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 ...
Top Islamic State group commander 'killed' in Iraq
A top Islamic State group commander, Omar al-Shishani, has been killed in Iraq, the jihadist-linked Amaq agency said on Wednesday. Amaq did not specify when Shishani was killed, but the loss of the commander is a significant blow to the jihadist group, ...
Saudi envoy in Iraq asked Baghdad for armored vehicles but still waiting
“Not all Saudis are linked to terrorism, and whoever is proved to be participating in such acts -- not permissible by the Kingdom -- must be given a fair trial. They [prisoners] have human rights, just like Iraq has the right in implementing its laws ...
Iraq had means of mass killing
That involves a delivery system and a warhead. History confirms Iraq possessed and was prepared to use agents of “mass destruction”. On March 19, 1988 in the closing days of the Iran-Iraq war, in what has been called the Halabja Massacre or Bloody ...