Mass Graves In Iraq Thought To Hold Members Of Yazidi Minority Killed By ISIS

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This image released by the the Mass Graves Directorate of the Kurdish Regional Government shows a human jaw bone exhumed from a mass grave containing Yazidis killed by Islamic State militants in the Sinjar region of northern Iraq in 2015. Kurdish Mass Graves Directorate via AP hide caption

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An Iraqi man prays in 2015 for his slain relative, at the site of a mass grave, believed to contain the bodies of Iraqi soldiers killed by Islamic State group militants when they overran Camp Speicher military base, in Tikrit, Iraq. Khalid Mohammed/AP hide caption

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Former Iraqi Ambassador On Fighting ISIS With U.S.: 'We All Have Short-Termism'

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Iraqi Dancer's Dreams Cut Short By Terrorism

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Defense Secretary Ash Carter, shown here at his Pentagon office in February, said the attempted coup in Turkey last week caught everyone by surprise. But he does not believe it will harm the battle against the Islamic State in Syria. The U.S. uses an air base in Turkey to launch strikes against ISIS. Ariel Zambelich / NPR hide caption

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Defense Secretary: Turkey's Turmoil Shouldn't Harm Battle Against ISIS

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ISIS Juggles Losing Territory While Stepping Up Attacks In Iraq

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U.S. Should Keep Its Presence In Iraq, Afghanistan, Retired Gen. Dempsey Says

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7-Year Analysis Finds British Hastily Entered Iraq War

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Baghdad Still Reeling From Weekend Truck Bomb; Scores Died

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Three Terror Attacks Raise The Spector Of A ISIS's Growing Reach

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Massive Bombing In Baghdad Leaves At Least 121 Dead

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Iraqi firefighters and civilians evacuate bodies of victims killed from a bomb at a commercial area on Sunday in Karada neighborhood, Baghdad, Iraq. Khalid Mohammed/AP hide caption

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At Least 142 Killed In Islamic State-Claimed Bombing In Baghdad

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Central Baghdad Bombing Kills At Least 80

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Passengers leave Istanbul Ataturk, Turkey's largest airport, after a suicide bomb attack Tuesday killed at least 42 people and wounded more than 230 people. Defne Karadeniz/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Envoy: 'We're Taking Out' About 1 ISIS Leader Every 3 Days

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