New York Times
After Threat of War, Iraq and Kurds Lower the Temperature
New York Times
After Iraq's Kurds voted in favor of independence, they took to the streets, waving flags and honking horns, and loudly scoffing at Baghdad's threats of military action. Iraq shut down international flights into the region and sent its gendarmes to the ...
Iraq steps up retaliation against Kurdish independence vote with dollar ban
Iraq says it will stop dollar sales, foreign currency transfers to Kurdistan
Iraq's Kurds Deserve Independence. Just Not Yet.
Judge won't release Iraq War veteran fighting deportation
An immigrant rights group is asking the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to release an Iraq War veteran who has been detained for more than three months while waiting to learn whether he'll be deported. Chong Kim, a South Korean immigrant and ...
Slovakia to send soldiers to Iraq to train security forces
BRATISLAVA, Slovakia — Slovakia's defense ministry says the government has approved a plan to send 25 soldiers to Iraq to help train Iraqi security forces as part of a NATO mission. Peter Gajdos says the Slovak service members will focus on demining ...
Iraq forces in 'final assault' on ISIL-held Hawija
Iraq's army has launched what it said would be the final assault to capture the town of Hawija, one of two pockets of territory still under control of ISIL in Iraq, the country's military said in a statement. Iraqi forces began moving on Hawija two ...
Iraq: Military Launches Final Assault On Islamic State In Hawija
Iraq forces push into Daesh bastion Hawija
Iraq forces push into IS bastion of Hawija: commander
Iran says Tehran, Ankara to confront disintegration of Iraq, Syria: TV
Ankara (Reuters) - Iran and Turkey will work together to confront the disintegration of Iraq and Syria to ease tension in the crisis-hit region, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday after meeting with his Turkish counterpart in Tehran ...
US seeks 'new Israel' in region, Khamenei says of Iraq Kurd referendum
Rohani, Erdogan Decry Iraq's Kurdish Independence Bid
Erdogan in Iran, Kurd vote in Iraq on agenda
She said, 'Promise me you'll come back.' He was killed in Iraq days after arriving.
Missildine volunteered to go with the unit to Iraq, Babbitt told The Washington Post, to relieve elements of the 82nd Airborne Division, which led the mission to advise and assist Iraqi forces during the bloody fight to retake Mosul from the Islamic State.
American service member killed by roadside blast in Iraq
UN says 78000 civilians could be trapped in Iraq's Hawija
US Service Member Killed by Roadside Bomb in Iraq
New York Times
Jalal Talabani, Kurdish Leader and Iraq's First Postwar President, Is Dead at 83
New York Times
Jalal Talabani, the Kurdish leader who used pragmatism, guile and an outsize personality to navigate a hazardous course in Mideast politics, surviving guerrilla war, the terrors of Saddam Hussein and shifting alliances to become the first president of ...
Iraq's 1st post-Saddam president, Jalal Talabani, dies at 83
Iraq's first non-Arab president, Jalal Talabani, has died
Iraqi Kurdistan Vote Result of Central, Regional Gov't Errors
Stars and Stripes
10th Mountain Division soldier killed in Iraq IED attack
Only weeks into a deployment in Iraq, a 10th Mountain Division soldier was killed in an improvised explosive attack, military officials announced. Spc. Alexander W. Missildine, 20, of Tyler, Texas, died on Sunday as a result of injuries sustained when ...
Soldier killed in Iraq bomb blast was just starting first deployment
Pentagon identifies US soldier killed by IED in Iraq
US Army: Louisiana-Based Texas Soldier Killed by IED in Iraq
US votes against UN resolution condemning the death penalty for gay sex - joining Iraq and Saudi Arabia
The Trump administration has come under fire for joining with Iraq and Saudia Arabia on voting against a UN resolution condemning the death penalty for gay sex. Human rights advocates and LGBT activists have condemned the US government as it became ...
US votes against UN resolution condemning gay sex death penalty, joining Iraq and Saudi Arabia
UN resolution condemns death penalty for same-sex relations
This Is Why The US Voted Against A UN Resolution Condemning The Death Penalty For LGBT People
Testimony: US Policy Toward Iraq
American Enterprise Institute
Madame Chairwoman and distinguished Members, I am honored to be able to appear before you to discuss U.S. policy toward Iraq. Every year since 2003, knowledgeable Americans have been warning that the current year is absolutely critical in Iraq.