Iraq holding hundreds of foreign IS family members
MOSUL, Iraq — Iraqi forces are holding more than 1,300 foreign women and children, the families of Islamic State fighters, at a camp for displaced people in northern Iraq. The 1,333 individuals, from 14 countries, surrendered to Kurdish forces at the ...
Exclusive: Iraq holding 1400 foreign wives, children of suspected Islamic State fighters
Iraq Says Holding 1300 Women, Children, Families of IS Fighters
Report: Iraq Holding 1400 Wives, Children Of Defeated IS Fighters
New York Times
Tulsa minister faces militants in Iraq
Albany Times Union
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — A Tulsa minister and his team came face-to-face with gun-wielding militants on a recent trip to the Middle East to help the Kurdistan Regional Government in Iraq set up a safe haven for Christians and other minorities. Terry Law ...
For Iraq's Long-Suffering Kurds, Independence Beckons
Barzani's referendum will thrust Iraq back into chaos
Arab League keen to preserve Iraq's unity
Shattered by war, Sunni Arabs despair over future in Iraq
KHAZIR CAMP, Iraq — Fawaz Saleh Ahmed has been secretly sneaking into his own village in northern Iraq to visit his home. The last time he went, he wept as he spent several hours going from room to room in the partially destroyed house, he said.
Jordan, Iraq agree to set up industrial estate on border
AMMAN — Industry, Trade and Supply Minister Yarub Qudah on Sunday said that Jordan and Iraq have agreed to establish a joint Jordanian-Iraqi industrial estate on the newly reopened border between the two countries. During a meeting organised by the ...
Jordan, Iraq to set up joint industrial zone, trade committee
Defeating Islamic State is only half of it: The battle to rebuild a devastated Iraq
The jihadist militants systemically destroyed much of the public infrastructure in the 40 per cent of Iraq that they occupied; whole neighbourhoods in Fallujah were made unliveable, 80 per cent of neighbouring Ramadi was flattened and West Mosul was ...
Iraq's killing fields: the lethal legacy of landmines – in pictures
After decades of conflict, Iraq has been left littered with unexploded booby-traps. The Mines Advisory Group has spent 25 years in the country working to destroy and clear some of the millions of pieces of deadly ordnance. These images show members of ...
Coalition Strikes Target ISIS Terrorists in Syria, Iraq
Department of Defense
SOUTHWEST ASIA, Sept. 9, 2017 — U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria yesterday, conducting 43 strikes consisting of 47 engagements, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials ...
Funk Takes Charge of US Forces in Iraq, Syria
Christians return to Syria -- but not to Iraq
Prowling the Syrian Desert, US Picking Off ISIS Fighters in Stranded Convoy
Hezbollah and the Popular Mobilization versus the Armies of Lebanon and Iraq
In recent times, there have been two interesting developments in the efforts of the commanders of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps in Iraq and Lebanon. Both events fall within the scope of the bid to impose the model produced by the Iranian ...
Voice of America
Iraq Steps Up Strikes on IS-held Hawija Ahead of Offensive
Voice of America
The Iraqi air force and the U.S.-led coalition on Saturday stepped up a campaign of airstrikes on the Islamic State-held town of Hawija ahead of a planned ground assault there, according to Iraq's minister of defense. Also Saturday, the secretary ...
Slow recovery for Iraq's Mosul after Islamic State's ouster | world ...
Iraq steps up strikes on IS-held Hawija ahead of offensive | National ...
The Jerusalem Post
Despite protests, US State Department to return Jewish artifacts to Iraq
The Jerusalem Post
A four-year extension to keep the Iraqi Jewish Archive in the US is set to expire in September 2018, as is funding for maintaining and transporting the items. The materials will then be sent back to Iraq, spokesman Pablo Rodriguez said in a statement ...