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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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Iraqi Troops and Shiite Militia Clear Diyala Villages
Iraq Defense Ministry video shows the battle on the ground as heavy weapons are used to clear 12 villages of ISIS forces near the Hamreen dam
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Firsthand Look at ISIS Fighters on Frontlines in Iraq
NBC News' Bill Neely gets a close-up view of a standoff between ISIS militants and Kurdish fighters in Iraq.
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Al Qaeda Groups Urge Militants to Unite Against America
Al Qaeda's branches in the Gulf and Northern Africa have issued a rare joint statement calling on warring militants in Iraq and Syria to unite.
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Kerry: U.S. Won't Stand By and Let ISIS 'Evil' Spread
In a short visit Wednesday, the top U.S. diplomat will urge Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to take quick steps to ease sectarian tensions.
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Ensar Ozdemir / Anadolu Agency via Getty Images file
Britain to Send Machine Guns to the Iraqi Army and Kurds
Britain said on Tuesday it would send machine guns and ammunition to Iraq to help the new government in its battle against ISIS militants.
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Iraq Approves New Government
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Mahmoud Raouf Mahmoud / Reuters
Iraqi Parliament Approves New Government
Iraq's parliament has officially named Haider al-Abadi the country's new prime minister and approved most of his candidates as part of his Cabinet.
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Humanitarian Aid Delivered to Iraqi Refugees
The aid dropped off this week in Erbil includes 3,000 family kitchen sets, 6,000 collapsible water containers and 12,000 blankets.
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Lucas Jackson / Reuters file
Obama Sending 350 More Troops to Iraq
President Obama has authorized another 350 U.S. military personnel to be sent to Iraq, the White House announced on Tuesday evening.
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Jury to Decide Fates of Blackwater Gunmen
A shooting that killed or injured more than 30 Iraqis during the Iraq war is now in a federal U.S. jury's hands, and is reopening old wounds.
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Iraqi Leader Hails Resilience Against 'Beasts and Killers'
Iraq's outgoing prime minister traveled to a small northern Shiite town Monday, praising its residents for fending off attacks by Sunni militants.
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Evan Vucci / AP
Decision Time? Obama Faces Crossroads in ISIS Battle
Under fire for not acting more forcefully against ISIS, President Obama hopes to persuade more nations to join the fight.
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YOUSSEF BOUDLAL / Reuters
Liberated: Iraqi Forces Free Town From ISIS Seige
Iraqi security forces and Shiite militiamen liberated the town of Amirli on Sunday after a two-month siege by ISIS militants, officials told NBC News.
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Sen. Feinstein on MTP: 'I Believe the Goal Is Baghdad'
Senate Intelligence Chair Sen. Dianne Feinstein details ISIS’ latest offensive in Iraq.
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Feinstein: ISIS Is 'a Major Varsity Team'
Chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee Dianne Feinstein says ISIS is a serious threat.
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Will U.S. Fight ISIS in Syria?
Richard Engel explains a possible reluctance by the Obama administration to take the fight against ISIS beyond Iraq’s borders.
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Michael Leiter on MTP: Al-Nusra Front Just As Dangerous As ISIS
NBC News analyst says other organizations within Syria could pose a greater threat to the U.S.
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Gen. Zinni: 'I Wish We Weren't So Paranoid' About Ground Troops
Retired general says “boots on the ground” would push ISIS back into Syria.
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Is Putin Testing American Leadership?
Retired General Anthony Zinni, says American leadership should be “demonstrated clearly and decisively.”
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Raqqa Media Cente / AP
Airstrikes, Aid Drops for Iraq City Cut Off by ISIS
The Pentagon said humanitarian drops were made over the city of Amirli, where Islamic State fighters have cut off access to the Iraqi city.
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Hasan Jamali / AP
U.S. Launches More Airstrikes Against ISIS in Iraq
Fighter jets and drones attacked five positions being used by the militant group Islamic State in Iraq and al-Sham near the Mosul Dam.
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Feinstein says Pres. Obama 'Too Cautious' on ISIS
Senate Intelligence Committee Chair Dianne Feinstein discusses the threat of ISIS in an exclusive interview with NBC News chief foreign affairs correspondent Andrea Mitchell to air Sunday on Meet the Press.
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Will Obama's No-Strategy Strategy Embolden ISIS?
Obama took heat for saying there's no strategy yet to combating the militant group ISIS, but there remain a number of options at his disposal.
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Hasan Jamali / AP
Pentagon: Fighting ISIS in Iraq Costs $7.5 Million a Day
The United States' fight against ISIS in Iraq has cost an average of $7.5 million per day since it began in mid-June — for a total of $500 million.
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