Stars and Stripes
Rumor of Iraq village's death left US veterans searching for answers
Stars and Stripes
NEAR QAYARA AIRFIELD WEST, Iraq — Using online satellite photos, Fred Wellman stalked this cluster of small buildings over the past few years, fearing what had befallen the Iraqis he'd befriended here after the U.S.-led invasion in 2003. As an Army ...
ISIS Fighters, Having Pledged to Fight or Die, Surrender en Masse
New York Times
DIBIS, Iraq — The prisoners were taken to a waiting room in groups of four, and were told to stand facing the concrete wall, their noses almost touching it, their hands bound behind their backs. More than a thousand prisoners determined to be Islamic ...
At least 100 European Isis fighters 'to be prosecuted in Iraq, with most facing death penalty'
Iraq's Hawija: Where have IS fighters gone?
Iraqi Forces Capture Islamic State's Last Stronghold In Northern Iraq
Iraq — battling gamely
The youthful Iraq team participating in the FIFA Under-17 World Cup has turned messengers of peace. The current Asian U-17 champion is using the opportunity to better international relations which was echoed repeatedly by the team coach Qahtan Chitheer ...
Mexico and Iraq spilt spoils in opener
FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017, Iraq vs Mexico, Football match result: War of attrition ends in 1-1 deadlock
FIFA U-17 World Cup: Dawood stars as Iraq get first point in draw with Mexico
Speaker's visit to Kurds divides Iraqi parliament
FILE - In this, Sept. 25, 2017 file photo, a boy carries a Kurdish flag on top of a car with pictures of Kurdish president Masoud Barzani and his son Masrour on the windows, in the disputed city of Kirkuk, Iraq. The office of Iraq's parliament speaker ...
Iraq won't be first party to trigger a war over Kurdistan referendum, NSA
Iraq Parliament Speaker to Visit Kurdish Region Amid Impasse
Why is Israel supporting Kurdish secession from Iraq? - Al Jazeera
Los Angeles Times
Iraq says it has retaken Islamic State's last urban stronghold in the country
Los Angeles Times
Islamic State, which once claimed about a third of Iraq and neighboring Syria for its self-declared caliphate, has been losing territory rapidly. But U.S. officials had worried that the fight for Hawija might be undermined by a vote for independence in ...
Iraq says it has retaken one of the Islamic State's last strongholds
Most Kurds in Iraq support independence. So why did some voters stay home during last week's referendum?
In the run-up to last week's referendum — in which Kurds voted overwhelmingly to break free from Iraq ...
Islamic State nearly expelled from its last urban stronghold in Iraq
DIBIS, Iraq — Iraqi forces have reclaimed the town of Hawijah from the Islamic State, Iraq's prime minister said Thursday, though fighting continued in pockets of the last significant urban territory controlled by the militant group. Prime Minister ...
Iraq says it's retaken one of ISIS' last strongholds
Iraq Claims Victory in ISIS' Last Urban Stronghold
Isis loses last main urban stronghold in Iraq
An Iraq War Veteran Fighting Deportation Won't Be Released From Detention
(SEATTLE) — An immigration judge in Washington state declined to release an Iraq War veteran from custody Wednesday while he fights the government's efforts to deport him. Chong Kim, a South Korean immigrant and green card holder from Portland, ...
Kurdish referendum sees massive growth in supporters
The tribal leaders turned to Kurdish President Masoud Barzani for help and now they fully back the referendum for secession. Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has rejected the referendum and is threatening to retake control. But increasing numbers ...
FIFA U-17 World Cup, Iraq vs Mexico, full football score: IRQ 1-1 MEX
Iraq come into the FIFA U-17 World Cup as champions of Asia, having witnessed a resurgence in youth football in recent years. Mexico remain a powerhouse of North America and they too booked their flights to India courtesy of winning the CONCACAF U-17 ...
Iraq steps up retaliation against Kurdish independence vote with dollar ban
Iraq stopped selling dollars to leading banks in Kurdistan and banned foreign currency transfers to the autonomous region on Tuesday. The move is an escalation of the central government's retaliation for the Kurds' independence vote. The financial ...
After Threat of War, Iraq and Kurds Lower the Temperature
Jalal Talabani, unifying former president of Iraq, dies at 83
Iraq says it will stop dollar sales, foreign currency transfers to Kurdistan