Iraq Reclaims Historic Mosul Mosque, Saying ISIS 'Caliphate' Has Fallen
Nearly three years to the day after the leader of ISIS declared the "caliphate" of Iraq and Syria from the pulpit of Mosul's Great Mosque of al-Nuri, the historic structure is back in Iraqi hands. A military spokesman announced Thursday that Iraqi ...
Iraq Recaptures Al Nuri Mosque in Mosul, but Only Rubble Remains
Iraqi Prime Minister Declares End of ISIS Caliphate in Iraq
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi Says the End is Nigh for 'Fake' Islamic State
Canada commits to fight against Isis in Iraq for another two years
Canada is extending its military mission against the Islamic State group in Iraq for another two years, the country's defense minister announced Thursday. Harjit Sajjan left open the possibility of ramping up the offensive, saying the military would ...
Canada extends Iraq mission to March 2019
Liberals face scrutiny over intervention in Iraq as mission extended to 2019
Defence minister extends Iraq military mission by two years and praises sniper's long-range kill
Iraq and Syria face further instability as Isis influence wanes
Isis is about to be broken as a proto-state. In a few days the vicious totalitarian experiment by black-bannered jihadis will lose Mosul, its capital in northern Iraq, where its last few hundred fighters just blew up the great 12th-century al-Nuri ...
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Sniper's record kill shot in Iraq 'should be celebrated', Trudeau says
A record-shattering lethal shot fired by a Canadian sniper in Iraq has reignited a longstanding debate over Canada's role in the region, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau telling reporters it was “entirely consistent” with the country's non-combat ...
Sniper's shot puts focus on Canada's Iraq role
Record-breaking sniper shot in Iraq should be 'celebrated,' Trudeau says
Record-breaking sniper kill in Iraq doesn't suggest any combat role, says Justin Trudeau
Which Christians Is Trump Willing to Protect?
Families and advocates fear this is a “death sentence” for loved ones because Christians are a minority group in Iraq and face likely persecution or torture there. On Monday, a federal judge ordered a nationwide temporary stay for the 199 detainees ...
Iraq refugee with ties to kidnapper pleads guilty to fraud
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – An Iraqi refugee living in Virginia who was accused of hiding her ties to the kidnapper of a U.S. contractor has pleaded guilty to an unrelated fraud charge. The case against Enas Ibrahim, 32, of Vienna is the last of three cases ...
IS counterattacks in retaken parts of Mosul stall Iraq push
Counterattacks by Islamic State militants on the western edge of Mosul have stalled Iraqi forces' push in the Old City, the last IS stronghold in the battle, an Iraqi officer said Tuesday. The attacks forced Iraqi forces and the U.S.-led coalition to ...
Iraq army: ISIL will fall in Mosul 'in a few days'
Battle for Mosul: Iraq forces repel IS counter-attack
ISIS fighters launch string of counterattacks in Iraq
Honour for former Swiss TV journalist killed in Iraq
Swiss-French journalist Véronique Robert, who died on Saturday after being seriously wounded in Iraq, will be posthumously awarded a Chevalier of the Legion of Honour, France's highest honour. The announcement was made Thursday by the Élysée.
'This politically correct push is very dangerous': Iraq war veteran claims policy of recruiting devout Muslims to ...
A former Iraq war veteran says a push to recruit devout Muslims could see Australian soldiers killed on defence bases. It comes as the Australian Navy encourages Muslims to join its ranks with an advertisement featuring an Islamic submariner called ...
Nowhere to Hide reminds us that, in Iraq, it's 'just another day, just another bomb'
Western media rarely focuses on the bloodshed of Middle East violence, but documentaries like Zaradasht Ahmed's Nowhere To Hide offer a sombre and much-needed redress to our myopia. Iraq faded from Western headlines after the War on Terror ...