Iraq mourns victims of Baghdad suicide bombing
The Iraqi government has declared three days of national mourning after a huge bomb in the capital Baghdad killed at least 125 people and wounded about 150. A lorry packed with explosives was detonated in the Karrada district while families were ...
Iraq: UN condemns terrorist attack in Baghdad, warning of 'avenge' by ISIL
Baghdad bombing kills at least 125; ISIS claims responsibility
Baghdad suicide bombing kills 115; ISIL claims responsibility
US airstrike kills 2 senior Islamic State military leaders in Iraq, Pentagon says
The U.N. children's fund warned Thursday that the ISIS surge in Iraq and the military operation to route the extremist group from captured territory have had a "catastrophic impact," with some 4.7 million Iraqi children in need of humanitarian assistance.
Counter-ISIL Strikes Target Terrorists in Syria, Iraq
2 ISIS leaders die in airstrike in Iraq
Pentagon: 2 IS Leaders Killed in Airstrike on Iraq's Mosul
Army's fury at Iraq stitch-up: Chilcot report could be used to prosecute British troops for war crimes - but Blair ...
Soldiers last night told of their anger and disgust that the Chilcot report into the Iraq war could be used to prosecute British troops – while Tony Blair escapes scot-free. Prosecutors in The Hague, who usually try dictators over genocide, confirmed ...
Will Corbyn resign after accusing Blair over Iraq next week?
Blair is spared war crimes investigation over Iraq war
Top lawyer's warning as Iraq inquiry report looms
Brexit fall-out will put Iraq foreign policy calamity in the shade
The blowback is Britain, Europe, Iraq, the Middle East and the US are less safe since carnage created a recruiting ground for jihadists to unleash hell and, as Tony Blair has acknowledged, the conditions for Islamic State's fanatics to impose their ...
Iraq's Shi'ite militiamen stir unease in Sunni Falluja
But government efforts to keep the militias to outlying areas of Falluja have failed, part of continuing tensions over the Popular Mobilisation Forces (PMF), a coalition of mostly Shi'ite militias that report to Iraq's Shi'ite Prime Minister Haider al ...
US remains 'united' with Iraq after deadly blasts
Before the launch of the operation to retake Fallujah, Iraq's prime minister was facing growing social unrest and anti-government protests in Baghdad sparked in part by popular anger at the lack of security in the capital. In one month, Baghdad's ...
One in six British jihadis who have gone to Syria and Iraq to fight with ISIS
One in six British jihadis who have gone to Syria and Iraq to fight with ISIS have been killed - but 400 are back in the UK, it has been claimed. Security chiefs believe at least 15 per cent of all British extremists who have fled to join the terror ...
Islamic State exporting terror despite losses in Iraq
The terrorist attack in Bangladesh Friday highlights the resiliency of the Islamic State and its ability to pull off high-profile assaults around the world, despite losing territory in Iraq and Syria. The terror attacks like the one in Bangladesh and ...
Debating Militancy in Post-2003 Iraq
The 2003 regime change in Iraq ignited a different type of militancy in the Middle East. This involved state actors who opposed the Shia domination in Iraq. It started with the emergence of Ba'athist holdouts, including members of the Republican Guard ...
Their father fled death in Iraq; now his sons are saving lives in Phoenix
“We consider Iraq our home country. We love Iraq with all of our hearts,” said Moustapha's father, Akram, in an email. “(But) when my brother was killed, for speaking out against the political norms, our family knew that we could not stay there and ...