Archived Topic: Iraq Archived Topic: Iraq

Archived Topic: Iraq

Voters In Iraq's 3 Kurdish Regions Hold Parliamentary Elections

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Mustafa Abed arrived at the airport in Portland, Ore., on April 17. Severely injured as an infant during the battle to liberate Fallujah from al-Qaida, his leg was amputated and he later received medical treatment in Portland, where he returned for further care almost a decade later. Amanda Lucier for NPR hide caption

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Mustafa Returns: Iraqi Boy's Hope For A Prosthetic Leg Proves Complicated

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A Mosul resident looks at the ruins of a damaged historic house in his neighborhood in Mosul's Old City. The United Nations estimates 8,000 homes were damaged or destroyed in the fighting to take back this section of Iraq's second-biggest city. Jane Arraf / NPR hide caption

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'The Old City Will Come Back Better': Residents Of Mosul Return And Rebuild

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ISIS Is Gone But Mosul Residents Still Suffer Dire Conditions

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News Brief: What Trump And Putin Want From Their Summit, Plus Iraq Protests

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Unrest In Southern Iraq Continues As Government Cuts Internet

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The Um Jurius fire base is near Syria's border and Sinjar mountain, where minority Yazidis fled to escape an ISIS genocide in 2014. Jane Arraf/NPR hide caption

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From Deep In The Iraqi Desert, A New U.S. Fire Base Targets ISIS In Syria

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U.S. service members walk off a helicopter on the runway at Camp Bost in Helmand Province, Afghanistan on September 11, 2017. Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images hide caption

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Pentagon Questioned Over Blackout On War Zone Troop Numbers

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Along The Iraq-Syria Border, U.S. Troops Focus On Defeating ISIS

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Security Forces In Iraq Step Up Attacks On ISIS In Syria

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The court in Baghdad where Iraq is trying suspects on terrorism charges. The defendants include more than 500 foreign women married to ISIS fighters. Jane Arraf/NPR hide caption

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ISIS Wives, With Children In Tow, Are Handed Long Jail Sentences Or Death Penalty

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President Trump walks with Kim Yong Chol (left), top deputy to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, after their meeting at the White House on Friday. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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President Trump: Summit With Kim Jong Un Is On For June 12

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A pro-Palestinian protester raises her fist at a rally outside the U.S. Consulate General in Johannesburg on Tuesday. The South African demonstrators were just some of those who took to city streets to protest the killing of dozens of people along the Gaza border Monday. Gulshan Khan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Look At The Political Rise Of Iraq's Shiite Militias

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Retired U.S. General On Shiite Cleric's Showing In Iraqi Election

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Supporters of Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr carry his image as they celebrate in Tahrir Square, Baghdad, Iraq, Monday, after the political alliance he backs appeared to gain the most votes in parliamentary elections. Hadi Mizban/AP hide caption

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Iraqis Deliver Surprising Results In First Big Election Since ISIS War

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Iraq Parliamentary Election: Shiite Cleric Takes The Lead

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