The Detroit News
Family: Shooting suspect 'lost mind' after Iraq tour
The Detroit News
The man police say opened fire with a gun from his checked baggage at a Florida airport had a history of mental health issues — some of which followed his military service in Iraq — and was receiving psychological treatment at his home in Alaska, his ...
Suspect in Florida airport shooting 'lost his mind' after Iraq tour, family says
N.J. aunt of Ft. Lauderdale airport shooting suspect: 'He lost his mind' in Iraq
Iraq war veteran accused of killing five at Ft. Lauderdale airport
Stars and Stripes
Are foreign countries enabling war crimes in Iraq?
Amnesty International says weapons sold by 17 countries - including Britain, Russia and the United States - 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 ...
Report: Iraq militias violated human rights using US-supplied weapons
US, European weapons used to commit war crimes in Iraq: Amnesty
Iraqi popular forces reject Amnesty war crimes allegations
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 ...
UN: At least 6878 civilians killed in Iraq in 2016
US-led coalition airstrikes eliminate key ISIL leaders in Syria, Iraq
CENTCOM: ISIS producing weaponized drones in Iraq
Jeryl Bier at the Weekly Standard has been keeping up with ISIS' use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for over a year, when the first notice of them began slipping into CENTCOM reports about mission assessments in Iraq and Syria. The reference to ...
Confirmed: ISIS Has a Drone Factory in Iraq
Turkey, Iraq set for new beginning
Hurriyet Daily News
If there are no last-minute changes, Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım will spend his weekend in Iraq, first in Baghdad and then in Arbil, in talks with both the central and regional governments. In Baghdad, Yıldırım will be hosted by Prime ...
A Return to Normal for Turkey and Iraq
EXCLUSIVE: Turkish deputy PM on Iraq visit, PKK, Erbil ties, Rojava cantons
Turkish PM's Visit to Iraq May Boost Economic Ties, Deputy PM Says
Agatha Christie's photographs reveal how she helped uncover Iraq's lost city of Nimrud
Every winter, according to her grandson Mathew Prichard, 'they disappeared into Iraq or Syria and returned in May or June. To her it was just as important as writing. 'Her role, and she was quite old-fashioned about this ... Her role in the 1950's was ...
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 Begins to Cut Oil Production in Line With OPEC Deal
Iraq Closes Border Over Internal Financial Dispute
Iraq decided to close the Al-Shib border crossing with Iran for 10 days and form an investigation committee after disagreements erupted over the crossing's revenues. The decision was made by the city council of the southern Iraqi province of Maysan ...
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 ...
US offers Iraq $1billion loan for public services, help reform plan
Baghdad must fulfill legal requirements and policy considerations prior to securing the loan, which could allow “Iraq to obtain greater access to international capital markets,” according to a US embassy press release. Photo by Farzin Hassan/Rudaw.