Iraq oil shipments to Turkey reportedly plunge after standoff with Kurds
Oil flows through Iraqi Kurdistan to Turkey have reportedly plunged this week after Iraq's army seized oil fields held by the Kurds. The drop follows reports of production disruptions as major oil fields changed from Kurdish to central government ...
America Has Become Dispensable in Iraq
Iran filling vacuum following ISIS defeat in Iraq
Iraq's military declares mission accomplished in Kirkuk
New York Times
Iraq Will Remain United
New York Times
BAGHDAD — In June 2014, the cover of Time magazine echoed a sentiment common among pundits and outsiders: “The End of Iraq,” it read. I am proud to say that three years later, thanks to the Iraqi armed forces and the Iraqi people, these predictions ...
Iraq has seized Kurdistan's oil, but Kurdistan controls Iraq's internet
Iraq Turmoil Threatens Billions in Oil Trader Deals With Kurds
Iraq's Kurd region halts preparations for Nov. 1 polls
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Saudi Carrier Launches Direct Flight to Iraq After 27 Years
U.S. News & World Report
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Saudi budget-carrier flynas on Wednesday launched the first direct flight between the kingdom and Iraq since the Gulf War 27 years ago, marking another move by the kingdom to improve ties with its neighbor in an ...
Iraq, Saudi Arabia resume air traffic after 27-year halt
King Salman stresses kingdom's support for united Iraq in phone call to Abadi
Is ISIS defeated in Iraq and Syria?
It's unclear how -- or if -- Baghdadi plans to maintain or recapture ISIS' lost territory in Syria and Iraq. The leader's establishment of a “caliphate” after seizing control of Mosul in 2014 signaled the group plan to branch into other countries. ISIS ...
ISIS down to 6500 fighters, holds only 3 percent of Iraq
Now that ISIL is being defeated, never forget how horrific its rule actually was
No Clear End Game For US Military In Iraq And Syria
Iraq takes oil fields from the Kurds, but the conflict still threatens crude flows
Iraqi forces quickly seized oil fields from the Kurdish regional government this week, largely avoiding violence. Iraq's oil supplies will not be secure until the central government and Kurds reach an agreement, analysts say. The Kurds control the main ...
Oil prices buoyed by Kurdish and Iraq tension, say leading traders
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Iraq, Iran Conflicts Renew Oil ETF Attention
After loss of Raqqa, ISIS remains scattered in Iraq and Syria ...
On Tuesday, Oct. 17 U.S.-backed forces claimed to control the city of Raqqa, the Islamic State's most important symbolic stronghold and onetime capital.
Suit: U.S. Firms' Bribes Funded Iraq Militia Attacks on Americans ...
A suit filed Tuesday alleges that firms like GE and Pfizer bribed Iraqi health officials linked to the Mahdi Army, which built bombs that killed U.S. soldiers.
US veterans sue drug companies over Iraq bribes - Financial Times
Families allege Big Pharma helped finance Iraq's Mahdi Army ...
Big Pharma funded anti-US militia in Iraq, US veterans allege in ...
U.S. and European drug companies indirectly yet knowingly funding Iran-backed Iraqi militias that carried out attacks against U.S. troops, veterans of the Iraq ...
Veterans' lawsuit claims Big Pharma bribes in Iraq helped finance terrorism
Veterans & Widows Say Big Pharma Funded Terror in Iraq
Iraq War victims' families, one from C.O., sue big drug, medical ...
A Look At The Parallels Between US Relations With North Korea And Iraq
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Charles Duelfer, who led the Iraq Survey Group, about parallels between Saddam Hussein and George W. Bush's assumptions about each other, and Kim Jong Un and Trump's. ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: American diplomats are in ...
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SitRep: Raqqa Falls as Washington Flails Over Iraq, Kurd Fight ...
Foreign Policy (blog)
An Iraqi soldier walks past a road sign as they move on the center of Kirkuk on October 16. (AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP/Getty Images). By Paul McLeary with ...