Iraq: Almost one million people displaced from Mosul
The UN estimates almost 10,000 people fled from Mosul's northwest and the Old City every day last week. More than 750,000 people have been displaced from the city since October. Twelve camps for the displaced have been set up in the surrounding area.
Turkish troops killed in helicopter crash near Iraq
Turkey's military says 13 soldiers have died in a helicopter crash near the border with Iraq. A military statement said the AS532 Cougar helicopter crashed on Wednesday shortly after taking off from a base in the region of Senoba in Sirnak province.
13 Turkish troops die in helicopter crash near Iraq border
Thirteen killed as Turkish military helicopter crashes in Sirnak
Iraq: Crisis Update – northern Iraq, June 2017
Hawija District, one of the four districts of Kirkuk governorate, remains the second largest territory controlled by Islamic State (IS) in Iraq, but the timeline leading to the military intervention to retake the area is not yet known. Hawija is ...
New York Times
ISIS Blasts Kill Dozens at Family Gatherings, This Time in Iraq
New York Times
The details are eerily familiar: a family outing, a suicide bomber, more than a dozen people — many of them children — killed in an attack later claimed by the Islamic State. An explosion early Tuesday at an ice cream parlor in Baghdad shared many of ...
Zynab Al Harbiya's father says girl killed in Iraq had 'big heart'
Iraq conflict: Baghdad ice cream parlour hit by suicide attack
A Series of Bombings Have Killed 38 People Across Baghdad
Department of Defense
Partnered Forces Continue to Make Progress in Syria, Iraq
Department of Defense
A U.S. Marine Corps AV-8B Harrier separates from a KC-10 Extender after receiving fuel during a mission in support of Combined Joint Task Force-Operation Inherent Resolve over Iraq, Feb. 22, 2017.The KC-10 Extender offloaded 126,000 pounds of fuel to ...
War in Iraq: Iran Allies Battle ISIS to Secure Border With Syria and Unite Forces
Islamic State fighters seal off Mosul mosque preparing for last stand
In shadow of Mosul fight, Iran establishes Nineveh foothold
Iraq: Popular Mobilisation Forces make gains in Mosul outskirts ...
it's not just Iraqi troops that are capturing ISIL-held areas in Mosul. Shia militias have advanced to the Syrian border - and some Sunni and Kurdish areas are ...
Mosul Dam risks devastating failure as Iraq government keeps stalling
WASHINGTON — Iraq's massive Mosul Dam risks devastating failure without additional urgent repairs as the government keeps stalling over how to proceed with the critical reconstruction after this year. A rupture of the 370-foot-high structure would put ...
A Billion Dollars Worth of Weaponry Go Missing in Iraq
The now-declassified Department of Defense audit, obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request, reveals that efforts to keep track of weapons being sent to Iraq have been plagued by sloppy, fragmented, and inaccurate record keeping. The audit ...
A showdown could be looming between the US, Iran, and the Assad regime at the Syria-Iraq border
The battle took place at al Tanf near the Syria-Iraq border, and the camp there is still used by US and UK personnel to train Western-backed fighters. But with ISIS' territorial presence in Syria continuing to erode, al Tanf and the area around it ...
Iraq: Iran-Linked Shiite Troops' Advance Toward Syria Border May Benefit Assad
Iraq's Iran-backed militias propose entering Syria to back Assad
ANALYSIS: Iran's Latest Moves In Syria And Iraq Could Trigger New US Intervention In The Middle East
Oklahoma Senator Lankford home from trip to Syria, Iraq | Tulsa's 24 ...
TULSA - Senator James Lankford of Oklahoma journeyed to the Middle East over the Memorial Day weekend, visiting Iraq and Syria to get an update on ...
U.S. Sen. Lankford of Oklahoma visits Iraq, Syria during Memorial ...
Lankford visits Iraq and Syria - Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise