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Iraq says it's retaken one of ISIS' last strongholds
New York Post
PARIS — Iraqi government forces have retaken the northern town of Hawija from the Islamic State group, one of the militant group's last strongholds in Iraq, the country's prime minister said Thursday. Haider al-Abadi said in Paris that the fight ...
1000 ISIS militants surrender as Iraq retakes key town of Hawija
Iraq Claims Victory in ISIS' Last Urban Stronghold
Islamic State nearly expelled from its last urban stronghold in Iraq
Erdogan says Turkey will close Iraq border and air space soon
ANKARA (Reuters) - President Tayyip Erdogan said on Thursday that Turkey would soon close its border with northern Iraq and shut its air space in response to last week's Kurdish independence referendum. Erdogan, who held talks in Tehran on Wednesday ...
Turkey, Iran and Iraq pledge to act jointly against Kurdistan
Leaders of Iraq, France meet on fight against Islamic State
Iran, Iraq, And Turkey Unite To Block Kurdish Oil Exports
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.
US-led coalition: Service member killed in explosion in Iraq
US-led coalition service member killed by IED in Iraq
US soldier killed by bomb blast in Iraq
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's Kurds Deserve Independence. Just Not Yet.
Iraq's first non-Arab president, Jalal Talabani, has died
Saif Khalid, Iraq's beating heart
"We're confident about the battle ahead, and we're ready to show our abilities to the world and go all the way in this tournament." The words of a vastly experienced veteran you might think? In fact, they are from Saif Khalid, captain of Iraq's U-17 ...
ISIS driven from one of its last strongholds in Iraq
BREAKING THIS MORNING: Iraqi forces have retaken the heart of Hawija, the last real town held by the Islamic State in Iraq, according to reports this morning. That would leave only a small strip of desert along the Syrian border under ISIS control. “I ...
German teenage 'Isis bride' who faces death penalty in Iraq 'was groomed'
A German teenager facing the death penalty in Iraq after she joined Isis has said she was groomed online by a Jordanian girl who put her in touch with a jihadist. Linda Wenzel was arrested by Iraqi forces after they pulled her from the rubble during ...
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 ...
Iraq sink Kenya in friendly
Harambee Stars forward Jesse Were (right) tries to outpace Iraq's Ali Adnan as Samuel Onyango looks on during their international friendly match at Basra Stadium on October 5, 2017. PHOTO | COURTESY | ...
Iraq shoot down Harambee Stars in Basra
Marksman Olunga scores as 'Stars fall to Iraq
Harambee Stars tipped to shine against Iraq in friendly
Iraqi Kurds deadlocked over elections | Iraq News | Al Jazeera
Confusion surrounds the timing of legislative and presidential elections in aftermath of vote to secede from Iraq.