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U.S. Military Aircraft Crashes Over Iraq With Service Members Onboard
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Rescue teams are currently responding to the scene, the military said in a statement.
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2 Gay Iraqi Soldiers Found Love Amid War. Then The Death Threats Started.
Seattle ― Each night, when the guns fell silent in Iraq, Btoo Allami would invite his friend Nayyef Hrebid over for dinner
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Recent ISIS Killings Spur Security Fears Of More Attacks To Come
As ISIS loses territory, experts say it is looking to carry out more global attacks.
Murder and Militias--Iraq's Sunni-Shiite Plan After ISIS
Writer @ The Hill. Former counterterrorism researcher at the G...
So long as murder, torture and other human rights violations recur with impunity among Shiite forces operating in Sunni Iraqi provinces, there will be little reason to remain optimistic for the stability of Iraq.
What's The Difference Between the Iraqi Military And ISIS?
Iranian-American journalist and PhD student of Anthropology at...
Since ISIS took over Fallujah in 2014, the vast majority of the population has fled. Hundreds of thousands of civilians managed to find ways out despite ISIS restrictions on movement, and they have revealed to the world the horrors they left behind.
Ramadi and What Lies Ahead
Khairuldeen Al Makhzoomi
Researcher at the Near Eastern Department. University of Calif...
Battle Against ISIS Leaves Ramadi In Ruins
By Stephen Kalin, Reuters
The Iraqi army retook the city from the self-described Islamic State in December following a six-month siege.
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U.S. Airstrikes Helped Retake Ramadi, But Mosul Could Be A Different Story
Recapturing the city from ISIS was a major victory for Iraqi forces, but one that relied heavily on American support.
Recapture of Ramadi a Sign of Hope
International security analyst/military historian. Prof. of Hi...
When the Iraq city of Ramadi fell to ISIS last May, Senator John McCain described it as "terribly significant." Strangely, neither he nor any other critic of the President's Middle East policy has spoken of its recapture in such dramatic terms.
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Iraqi Military Flies National Flag Above Ramadi After Liberating City
By Stephen Kalin and Saif Hameed, Reuters
Retaking provincial capital of Ramadi is a significant victory for Iraqi forces against ISIS.
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Iraqi Army Says It Has Retaken City Of Ramadi From ISIS
Victory in Ramadi deprives Islamic State militants of their biggest prize of 2015.
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Iraqi Troops Storm Center Of ISIS-Held Ramadi
Iraqi intelligence estimates between 250 and 300 ISIS fighters are entrenched in the city.
Friday Talking Points -- Not Funny Anymore
Political writer and blogger at ChrisWeigant.com
It's not funny anymore -- it's getting closer and closer to becoming reality. Donald Trump, leader of the Republican Party. Deal with it, everyone.
ISIS Destroys Last Bridge As Iraqi Troops Close In On Ramadi
The spokesman for the U.S.-led coalition in Baghdad said the destruction of the bridge may prove to be a tactical mistake for the militant group.
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As Forces Close In On Ramadi, ISIS Uses Thousands Of Civilians As Human Shields
By Ahmed Rasheed, Reuters
"We feel we're living inside a sealed casket."
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Iraqi Forces Close In On ISIS-Held City Of Ramadi
By Qassim Abdul-Zahra, AP
ISIS captured Ramadi in May, dealing a big blow to Iraqi forces.
The Islamic State One Year Later: Who's Winning the War?
Joseph V. Micallef
Best Selling Military History and World Affairs Author and Key...
June 29 marks the first anniversary of the proclamation of Islamic State (IS). It has been a busy year.
Why Won't Iraqi Troops Fight Like Americans?
JD, PhD. Former Chicago prosecutor, international development ...
Defense Secretary Ashton Carter has complained that Iraqi National Army soldiers have demonstrated "no will to fight" against the Islamic State (IS); the fall of Ramadi was their fault. American soldiers attached to Iraqi units might be needed to "stiffen their spines."
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