U.S.-led forces appear to be using white phosphorus in populated areas in Iraq and Syria
The munitions have a valid military use, but their appearance over densely populated areas has raised concern among rights groups.
Toll climbs to more than 200 in Islamic State’s worst-ever bomb attack on civilians
Most of those killed died in a huge fire that burned down shops and consumed several small malls after the suicide attacker detonated his explosives-laden car.
These Iraqis dodged bombs and bullets to escape the Islamic State, but their misery hasn’t ended
After a perilous journey out of Fallujah, many end up in camps that struggle to provide even basic support.
Erdogan says Turkey to take part in Mosul operation
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday said Turkey would play a role in the US-backed Iraqi offensive to retake the city of Mosul from jihadists, saying it was unthinkable for Ankara to stay on the sidelines.
ISIS is Escalating Its Violence Against Iraqi Civilians. Why Doesn’t the World Care?
Outside Iraq there are no speeches made, no flags lowered in response to the almost daily terror attacks. And yet our people continue to show resilience and hope