The New Yorker
How Iraq War Hawks Can Help Stop Trump from Going to War with Iran
The New Yorker
Fifteen years ago this fall, in the run-up to the invasion of Iraq, one of the most compelling public cases for war came not from President George W. Bush or his backers on Capitol Hill but from a wonky book written by a former C.I.A. analyst that ...
Iraq Says it Has 'Fully Liberated' Ninevah Province From ISIS Control
(BAGHDAD) — The northern town of Tal Afar has been "fully liberated" from the Islamic State group (ISIS), Iraq's prime minister said Thursday, further shrinking the territory controlled by the extremists who overran nearly a third of the country three ...
Iraq: ISIL targeting civilians to 'avenge' loss of Tal Afar, UN envoy says
Iraq faces vast challenges despite victories over Islamic State in Mosul and Tal Afar: Experts
Iraq declares victory over IS group in 'liberated' Tal Afar
Castle of the Sealand kings: Discovering ancient Iraq's rebel rulers
The Kings of the Sealand sound like they come straight out of a fantasy novel but it's the name given to a royal dynasty who ruled a swathe of Bronze Age Iraq for almost three centuries (ca. 1730-1460 BCE). Archaeologists know almost nothing about the ...
Colchester Army veteran served in Iraq
In the service: Ian Lilly grew up as a Navy “brat” but knew he didn't want ot follow in his father's and grandfather's footsteps with the Navy. Instead he enlisted in the Army and was off to basic training in Fort Benning, Georgia, four days after his ...
Iraq Says It's Gone Deeper Than Its Pledged OPEC Production Cut ...
Iraq said it has gone deeper than its pledged oil-output cut, potentially ending a seven-month period in which OPEC saw the nation falling short of its agreed ...
Has Iraq Stopped Cheating On The OPEC Deal? | OilPrice.com
Decision on possible OPEC/non-OPEC oil pact extension due in ...
Iraq surpasses its plan to reduce oil output under production cut deal
US-led forces acknowledge killing 61 more civilians in Iraq, Syria
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S.-led coalition fighting Islamic State militants said on Friday it had confirmed another 61 likely civilian deaths caused by its strikes in Iraq and Syria, raising to 685 the number of civilians it has acknowledged killing ...
Officials Release Details of Latest Strikes Against ISIS Terrorists in Syria, Iraq
Iraq denies it was aware of deal to transfer ISIS militants to its border
US-led forces confirm 'unintentional killing' of 61 more civilians in Iraq, Syria
Wives, Children Of Russian-Born Islamic State Fighters Return From Iraq
Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov on September 1 announced the evacuation from Iraq of 12 Russians and Kazakhs, including eight children and four women, who were left behind in areas recently liberated from the Islamic State extremist group.
Eight children, four women evacuated from Iraq, Syria to Chechnya
Chechen leader evacuates 8 children and mothers from Iraq
Plane Carrying Women, Children Rescued From Iraq Lands in Russia's Grozny
UK sending dozens more troops to Iraq in fight against Isis
British troop numbers in Iraq are being bolstered as the fight to wipe out Isis in the country enters its final push, the Defence Secretary has announced. Some 44 Royal Engineers are being sent to Al Asad airbase in Anbar province, western Iraq, Sir ...
Britain will deploy scores of troops to Iraq to help finish off ISIS in the country
Britain will send more troops to Iraq to bolster IS fight
More British troops head for Iraq to defeat Islamic State
ISIS Loses Another City to US-Backed Iraqi Forces
New York Times
Even as Iraq's national television station broadcast the announcement of the liberation of Tal Afar, the plume of smoke from an airstrike could be seen in the area. And in Ayadiya, a nearby village where some Islamic State fighters put up a last stand ...
US lauds a "stunning victory" by Iraqi forces over ISIS
Iraq says Tal Afar 'fully liberated' from Islamic State
IS conflict: Iraq declares 'liberation' of Nineveh province
Foster's Daily Democrat
Iraq memorial comes to Dover
Foster's Daily Democrat
Hanging in a stairwell window at Dover City Hall is a glass plaque with the names of fallen New Hampshire servicemen killed during the Iraq war, including that of Durham resident and U.S. Navy SEAL Nathan Hardy, who died in battle on Feb. 4, 2008.