Iraq sentences ISIS foreign fighter to death
The man was arrested by Iraqi forces during an operation to retake the eastern bank of Mosul -- the country's second largest city -- from ISIS earlier this year. In July, Iraq's Prime Minister announced that all of Mosul had been recaptured from the ...
Iraq parliament rejects Kurdish independence referendum
Iraq's Kurds Have Earned Their Right to Independence
Iraq lawmakers vote against Kurdish independence referendum
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ISIS wants militants to avoid Syria and Iraq, instead focusing on the Philippines
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The Islamic State, after losing ground in Syria and Iraq, is switching its attention to a different battleground: the Philippines. The ISIS media wing has released a seven-minute video in English that uses militants already in the southern part of the ...
Officials Release Details of Latest Strikes Against ISIS Terrorists in Syria, Iraq
13000 ISIS fighters still in Syria, Iraq, 2500 of them Europeans
Jewish Naval officer shares stories of maintaining her faith in Iraq, Afghanistan
Some were joyous, such as meeting a man during a 2005 Yom Kippur service in Iraq who would later become her husband. While in Iraq she also spearheaded an effort to raise a giant menorah in one of Saddam Hussein's palaces for Hanukkah. During her ...
Exclusive: Shell to withdraw from Iraq's Majnoon oilfield - Iraqi oil officials
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Royal Dutch Shell is seeking to sell Iraq's Majnoon oilfield and the oil ministry has started preparations to finalize its exit, according to an oil ministry letter and oil officials. A letter signed by Iraqi oil minister Jabar al ...
Reuters: Shell to exit Iraq's giant Majnoon oil field
Barzani vows to press on with Kurdish referendum, defying Iraq parliament
BAGHDAD/ERBIL, Iraq (Reuters) - Iraq's Kurdish leader Massoud Barzani vowed on Tuesday to press ahead with a referendum on Kurdish independence on Sept. 25 despite a vote by Iraq's parliament to reject the move. Earlier the parliament in Baghdad ...
Iraq: A Kurdish Breakthrough and a Long Ways To Go
Kurds' sacrifices rewarded with oppression, denial of rights by Iraq: KRG Rep.
Iraq votes against Kurdish independence referendum
Poppies of Iraq review – the ruins of a lost childhood
Brigitte Findakly begins her wise, touching and wonderfully vivid graphic memoir, Poppies of Iraq, in the archaeological ruins of Nimrud, which lie outside Mosul where she grew up. Founded by the Assyrians more than 3,000 years ago, Nimrud holds a ...
ISIS still stealing, spilling and smuggling oil throughout Iraq | Fox News
Despite being recently defeated from their major strongholds of Mosul and Tel Afar in Iraq, and it being more than two years since Iraqi forces specifically sought ...
Photos: Iraq's displaced Sunnis stranded amid Kurd and Shiite interests
Helping refugees: Livonia woman works to assist those in native Iraq
She and her family lived in northern Iraq at the beginning of the Iran-Iraq War in the early 1980s. When her father began receiving more information about Saddam Hussein's Ba'ath Party and pressuring him to join, he decided it was time to leave their ...
Congress sits idle in the face of genocide
In the wake of the Islamic State's genocidal practices in Iraq, the plight of religious minorities on the plain of Nineveh continues unabated. But instead of sitting on its hands or issuing well-meaning but toothless resolutions, Congress is now only ...
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For Iraq's Long-Suffering Kurds, Independence Beckons
New York Times
Numbering about 30 million people spread across four countries – Iraq, Syria, Turkey and Iran – the Kurds are often described as the world's largest ethnic group without their own homeland. Iraqi Kurdistan, an oil-rich enclave in northern Iraq, may be ...
Would Kurdish Independence From Iraq Cause More Regional Instability?