Iraq

Morbidly Obese "jabba The Jihadi" isis Leader Caught In Iraq

Morbidly Obese "Jabba The Jihadi" ISIS Leader Caught In Iraq A long 'most wanted' ISIS mufti responsible for ordering gruesome killings, kidnappings, rapes, as well as the destruction of the northern Iraqi city of Mosul's ancient...
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Trump Brags His Strike On Soleimani Killed '2 For The Price Of 1' While Giving A Behind-the-scenes...

The president recalled how US military officials counted down the seconds leading up to the strike outside the Baghdad International airport.
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Assessing The Injuries After Iranian Missile Attack

Eleven U.S. service members have been sent to hospitals abroad after suffering injuries in Iran's missile strike in Iraq. Scott Simon speaks to neuropsychiatrist Stephen Xenakis about what that means.
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Wave Of Baghdad Bombings Targets Largely Shiite Areas

Car bombs rocked a number of predominantly Shiite Muslim neighborhoods of Baghdad on Monday, killing at least 13 people and wounding 53 others, police officials told CNN. The violence adds to the particularly bloody fighting and political...
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Could Isis Take Control Over Iraq's Largest Oil Field?

Could ISIS Take Control Over Iraq's Largest Oil Field? Via OilPrice.com, As always, it’s the fear of sanctions that provides the leverage Trump seeks in this cat-and-mouse game with Iran. And this time, the leverage is over Iraq,...
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‘sigh Of Relief’: By Averting Us Deaths, Iran Strike Dodged ‘major Conflict’ Escalation

The Pentagon confirmed Thursday that 11 US troops sustained injuries in the Iranian strikes last week against military bases housing US troops in Iraq. Had there been American deaths, the US may have become embroiled in a dangerous and catastrophic...
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Rep. Ilhan Omar Faces An Unexpected Republican Challenger In Minnesota — She’s A Muslim...

Controversial Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) will face an unexpected Republican challenger in this November's election — from a Muslim refugee woman like herself. Dalia al-Aqidi, a journalist and former White House correspondent from Iraq, argues that...
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Joe Biden Lies To The New York Times About His Attempt To Gut The Aca's Contraceptive Coverage,...

Joe Biden—who somehow continues to be the frontrunner in the Democratic primary despite repeatedly lying about his opposition to the war in Iraq and evincing a decades-long passion for cutting Social Security—also continues to be on his bullshit...
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Eleven Us Troops Flown To Medical Centers After Iran Strike

The Pentagon’s chief spokesman says 11 U.S. troops were flown out of Iraq for evaluation of concussion-like symptoms in the days following an Iranian missile strike
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11 U.s. Troops Evacuated From Iraq Base After Trump Claimed None 'were Harmed'

Eleven U.S. service members were injured during an Iranian missile strike last week against an Iraqi air base housing American troops, military officials confirmed late Thursday, despite the Trump administration’s previous assertion that no...
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The Trump Administration Misled The Country By Saying There Were ‘no Casualties’ From Iran...

After Iran targeted missiles at U.S. military personnel in Iraq in retaliation for the kill of a top general, the Trump administration declared that there were no casualties from attack, and — at least for the time being — it allowed the...
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Government-imposed Internet Blackouts Cost The Global Economy $8 Billion In 2019, And 2020 Could Be...

The three countries hardest hit by the economic cost of internet shutdowns in 2019 were Iraq, Sudan, and India.
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11 Us Troops In Hospitals After Last Week's Iranian Attack In Iraq

The U.S. military says 11 service members are in hospitals after displaying concussion symptoms, following Iran's attack last week on Iraqi bases where U.S. troops were stationed.Iran's ballistic missile attack on two Iraqi bases was launched in...
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The Real Reason Trump Ordered Soleimani’s Killing

President Donald Trump’s administration has trotted out an embarrassingly inconsistent series of justifications for the recent drone strike in Iraq that killed top Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani. The ever-changing story of why Soleimani was killed...
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Dissenter Weekly: Blowing Whistle On Business Of War In Iraq—plus, Honduras And Doj Cheat...

On this week’s “Dissenter Weekly Update,” host and Shadowproof editor Kevin Gosztola discusses how military contractors are speaking out after President Donald Trump assassinated—and attempted to assassinate—leaders of militias...
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How Iran's Missile Attack On American Bases Showcases Its Weapons' Accuracy

Stratfor Worldview Security, Middle East The attacks were a warning. The images paint a picture of precision: The first satellite imagery of the aftermath of the Iranian strike on Ayn al-Asad Air Base in Iraq highlights Iran's improved ability to...
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Aid To Vulnerable Iraqis May ‘come To A Complete Halt Within Weeks’

Aid to vulnerable people in Iraq risks being completely blocked within weeks, warned the UN’s humanitarian chief in Iraq, Marta Ruedas, on Tuesday, as a result of the suspension of government documents allowing humanitarians to carry out critical...

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Iranian Missile Attacks Offer Insights Into Tehran’s Intentions, Capabilities

Iran fired missiles at two U.S. bases in Iraq on Jan. 8, setting off a wave of speculation in the American media. Now that the dust has settled, analyzing the strikes can provide important insights into Iran’s intentions and capabilities—and how...
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Analyst: Us 'bid' To Cut Iraq Military Aid Over Troop Ouster Is A 'rejection Of Democratic Process'

The Wall Street Journal earlier reported that the Trump administration was preparing to cut $250 million in military aid to Baghdad after the Iraqi parliament’s non-binding vote to expel American troops from its soil over a 3 January US drone...
Related topics: Military, Baghdad, Drones

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S-400 For Iraq: Will Americans Be Able To Hamper The Deal?

Earlier this week, The Wall Street Journal quoted Karim Elaiwi, a member of the Iraqi parliament’s Security and Defence Committee, as saying that Baghdad was considering purchasing Russian S-400 systems amid concerns that the US may stop...
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