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Next Step for Vets
Worsening violence between Islamic militants and the Iraqi government threaten to erupt into a larger regional conflict.
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Militant Video Offers Horrifying Warning to Troops
The footage also features night-vision sequences and U.S-made Humvees seized during their surge through the north last month.
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Iraq's Under-Fire Christians Offered Refuge by France
Hundreds of Christian families have fled Mosul, a city which has hosted the faith since its earliest years.
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Convert or Die: Has the Last Christian Left Mosul?
Samer Kamil Yacub, 70, was one of the few Christians to stay in Mosul beyond last Saturday's ISIS deadline. He may have been the last to leave alive.
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'Turning Point': Iraqis Decry ISIS After Shrine Bombed
Residents of Mosul have decried ISIS following the bombing of the so-called Tomb of Jonah, a Muslim holy site located in Iraq’s second largest city.
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Mosque Attack: Iraq Militants Blow Up Jonah's Tomb
ISIS militants blew up a revered mosque in Mosul said to be the burial place of the Prophet Jonah, who was swallowed by a whale in a biblical story.
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Militants Order Female Genital Mutilation in Iraq: U.N.
"This is not the will of Iraqi people, or the women of Iraq in these vulnerable areas covered by the terrorists."
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Militants Generate Millions From Seized Oil Fields
ISIS militants are selling crude oil and gasoline from four seized oil fields to finance their new Islamic state.
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ISIS Forces Iraqi Shopkeepers to Veil Mannequins
ISIS has ordered shopkeepers in the Iraqi city of Mosul to cover the faces of mannequins - both male and female.
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Deadliest Day: Dozens Killed in Baghdad Bombings
No group has come forward to claim responsibility for at least five car bombings across the Iraqi capital.
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Convert or Face Death: Iraqi Christians Flee Mosul
Christians are being told to convert, and if they choose not to, can pay a tax, leave the city or be killed. The deadline was Saturday at noon.
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THAIER AL-SUDANI / Reuters
Bleak Iraq Report: U.S. Worries About Shiite Militias
The assessment complicates the American effort to help Iraqi security forces as they fight the Sunni militant group known as ISIS.
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AHMED MALIK / Reuters
Brothel Bloodbath: Gunmen Slaughter 25 Prostitutes
"It is easy to pass through checkpoints when you are a militia member since you are driving a government vehicle and carrying a security force ID."
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JOSHUA ROBERTS / Reuters
Dick Cheney Blames Obama for Upheaval in Iraq
Former Vice President Dick Cheney on Monday continued to place blame for the unrest in Iraq squarely on the shoulders of President Barack Obama.
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U.N. Envoys Warns of Chaos in Iraq
The U.N. special envoy to Iraq also criticized Iraqi lawmakers for not showing up to parliament's first session.
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ISIS May Be Building Terrorist 'Safe Haven' in Syria
The Islamist militia has consolidated its gains in eastern Syria, say officials, creating a potential base of operations for terrorists.
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Kurds Seize Two Iraqi Oilfields, Kick Out Workers
Iraq's oil ministry accused the Kurds of "a violation of the constitution and national wealth" and called on them to withdraw or face "consequences."
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Nuclear ISIS? Experts Play Down Threat of Stolen Uranium
Iraq had asked the U.N. for help after ISIS took 88 pounds of uranium compounds from a university.
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'Terrorist Groups' Seize Nuclear Materials, Iraq Says
U.N. nuclear agency said it believed the seized materials were "low grade" and did not pose a significant security risk.
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After the Siege: Inside an Iraqi City Ruled by Militants
“We all thought ISIS fighters will hurt people, but they did not do so,” one Mosul resident says. "It is 100 percent safe here."
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Blindfolded and Shot: Iraq Finds 50 Bodies
The bodies, all of them with gunshot wounds, were found in the predominantly Shiite village of Khamissiya outside the city of Hillah.
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Married to Militants: Fleeing to Be Jihadi Brides
Since the civil war in Syria erupted in 2011, numerous reports have surfaced of Western women traveling to marry Islamist fighters
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Against All Odds: Syrian Refugees Launch Businesses
A growing number of people who've fled Iraq and Syria are managing to build businesses, sometimes in the most difficult settings.
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Back to Work: Iraq Leaders Will Meet Next Week After All
Parliament is trying to choose a new prime minister and fill other leadership posts in hopes of confronting Sunni Islamist insurgents.
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ISIS Leader's Pricey Watch Raises Eyebrows
The head of the extremist group ISIS, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, is raising eyebrows after video of him at a prayer service was posted online.
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