Are foreign countries enabling war crimes in Iraq?
Amnesty International says weapons sold by 17 countries - including UK, Russia and the US - are being used by militias to commit war crimes in Iraq. The Amnesty report focuses on Popular Mobilisation Units, which are a crucial part of the Iraqi ...
US And European Weapons Used To Commit War Crimes In Iraq: Amnesty
News Iraq: End irresponsible arms transfers fuelling militia war crimes
Amnesty: Iraq militias committing war crimes
The Isis campaign against Iraq's Shia Muslims is not politics. It's genocide
The carnage in Iraq continues. Yet another terrorist attack took place today in Baghdad, the latest in a series of such atrocities that have hit the capital and other parts of the country over the past week. Isis is undergoing a losing battle in Mosul ...
Iraq police say a suicide car bombing in a commercial area in central Baghdad has killed at least 11 civilians
ISIS car bombs kills 14 in Iraq's capital Baghdad
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US-led coalition airstrikes eliminate key ISIL leaders in Syria, Iraq
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WASHINGTON (AFNS) -- U.S.-led coalition airstrikes in Iraq and Syria targeting the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant have recently killed several prominent leaders of that organization, Air Force Col. John Dorrian, Combined Joint Task Force ...
Correction: United States-Iraq story
Iraq: U.S. Troops Join Mosul Assault as Thousands Flee
UN: At least 6878 civilians killed in Iraq in 2016
OPEC's 2nd biggest producer could have an especially hard time cutting output
Iraq is stuck between a rock and a hard place in its effort to contribute to OPEC's planned production cuts in the first half of 2017. Those cuts — which are designed to help the world work through a glut of existing oil supplies and thereby reduce ...
Iraq begins reducing oil output in keeping with OPEC decision: minister
Iraq initiates measures to cut crude oil output
Iraq begins oil output cuts in line with OPEC agreement
A Return to Normal for Turkey and Iraq
A woman walks past a poster of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (L) and Prime Minister Binali Yildirim in Istanbul. Yildirim will visit Iraq Jan. 6-7 and meet with his counterparts in Baghdad and Arbil to smooth over Iraqi-Turkish relations ...
Remembering the Costs of the Iraq War in the Age of Trump
At the People's Tribunal on the Iraq War, scores of Iraqi and American witnesses—academics and analysts, US veterans and Iraqi health workers, journalists, diplomats, peace activists, and more—described the sordid chronicle of lies that set the ...
Director Of National Intelligence: My Fingerprints Were All Over Iraq WMD Report
A recent report from The Washington Post said that “the intelligence community's assessments on Iraq's WMD stockpiles and programs turned out to be woefully wrong,” and that “at the same time, Bush administration officials often hyped the intelligence ...
WHO's response to trauma cases saves hundreds of lives in Iraq
5 January 2016 – Since 17 October 2016, WHO has supported the Government of Iraq and the Kurdish Regional Government with emergency lifesaving health services, including emergency medicines and other medical supplies like trauma and surgery kits.
Closure of Iraq charity puts rescued Yazidi sex slaves at risk, director warns
LONDON, Jan 4 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The closure of a charity providing treatment for trauma to Yazidi sex slaves rescued from Islamic State militants in northern Iraq will damage their chances of recovery, the charity's head said on Wednesday.
More US troops are being wounded in Iraq and Syria, the Pentagon quietly acknowledges
Although comparatively small when measured against monthly casualty reports from the height of America's full-scale conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, the numbers suggest that more U.S. troops are being sent closer to the Islamic State's front lines to ...