New York Times
Iraq War Lies, 13 Years Later
New York Times
It seems a long time ago, and in a world far, far away, that George W. Bush, Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld, enthusiastically supported by Tony Blair, went to war with Iraq. Thirteen years later, after voluminous studies and books and wave upon wave ...
Sacré Blair! Europe reacts to Chilcot report into Iraq war
Chilcot lets media off hook for selling Iraq war
Blair didn't lie his way into Iraq
Iraq violence: Suicide bombers target Shia shrine
Suicide bombers and gunmen have killed at least 30 people at a Shia shrine in Iraq, in an attack claimed by so-called Islamic State. The attack began when a man detonated an explosives belt at the entrance to the mausoleum of Sayid Mohammed bin Ali ...
Dozens Killed In Iraq Bomb And Gun Attack
Suicide attack in Balad, Iraq kills dozens as unrest builds
BAGHDAD -- Protests and anger over the security situation in Iraq mounted Thursday at the site of a massive truck bombing by the Islamic State group earlier this week in Baghdad that killed scores as the death toll continued to rise and a separate ...
US jets diverted to Iraq, abandoning Syrian rebels
... militants that had been observed to be trying to leave the southern outskirts of Fallujah, according to the senior U.S. official. Several aircraft were diverted from various patrols in different parts of Iraq, but only one was taken away from the ...
Chilcot report lists British humiliations in Iraq
When Sir Hilary Synnott took charge of southern Iraq in June 2003, the Foreign Office instructed him to send back “at least a report a day”. Unfortunately, they did not equip him with a phone or a computer.
Analysis: Iraq has moved on from the events described by Chilcot, but the country is torn by sectarian war
At least 250 people were killed by a suicide truck bomb dispatched last Sunday by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil). Almost equally significant was what happened next. When Haidar al-Abadi, the prime minister, tried to visit the scene, he ...
Why Is Iraq Still Using Fake Bomb Detectors?
Iraq's interior minister resigns in wake of devastating Baghdad truck bombing
Iraq sees worst bombing since invasion with 250 deaths
Isis rose from the ruins of Iraq. But postwar chaos was not the sole factor
The Chilcot report has confirmed a series of assumptions concerning the Iraq war that many have had over the past decade. Among its most damning criticisms is the lack of postwar planning that contributed to the destruction that followed the toppling ...
Iraq's minorities on 'verge of disappearance'
Chilcot: Intelligence reports confirm Iraq war created ISIS
Department of Defense
OIR Spokesman: Local Forces Continue Push to Mosul in Iraq, Manbij Isolation in Syria
Department of Defense
WASHINGTON, July 06, 2016 — U.S.- and coalition-backed local forces continue the fight against Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant fighters in the push toward Mosul in Iraq and the isolation of Manbij in Syria, Operation Inherent Resolve spokesman ...
How Michael Bay's 'The Rock' Was Used to Justify War in Iraq
In an MI6 report from September 2002, a "new source" with "phenomenal access" to Iraq's biological and chemical weapons capabilities claimed that nerve agents VX, sarin and soman had been produced at a facility in Al-Yarmuk, and stored in containers ...
Chilcot report: MI6 may have got crucial intelligence on Iraq WMDs from a Nicolas Cage film
MI6 stood by bogus intelligence until after Iraq invasion
A UK intelligence source reportedly based information about Iraq chemical weapons on a Nicolas Cage movie
Iraq war still casts a long shadow over a dangerous and deeply unstable region
Now, as the British government faces intense public scrutiny from the Chilcot report, the war continues to cast a long shadow over Iraq, the Arab world and beyond. Even at the time, in the face of bitter controversy and mass protests, it was seen as a ...
Iraq Chilcot inquiry: Bitterness in Baghdad