Archived Topic: Iraq Archived Topic: Iraq

Archived Topic: Iraq

A member of Iraq's elite counterterrorism service flashes the "V" for victory sign Tuesday in Ramadi, the capital of Iraq's Anbar province. Iraq's prime minister says the extremist group will be pushed out of Iraq in 2016. Ahmad Al-Rubaye/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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After Ramadi, A Look At What's Next In The Fight Against ISIS

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U.S., Iraqi Forces Celebrate Advances Against ISIS

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Iraqi Forces Retake Center Of Ramadi From ISIS

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Taking Back An Iraqi Territory From ISIS Control

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Examining The Ramadi Offensive, Is It Working?

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Iraqi Forces Launch Offensive To Retake Ramadi From ISIS

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Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi (center) attends a funeral for two generals killed in fighting with Islamic State militants in Ramadi, west of Baghdad, in August. In an interview Monday with NPR, the Iraqi leader called on the U.S. to provide more airstrikes but said his country does not want ground forces from the U.S. or any other country. AP hide caption

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Iraqi Leader: We Want More U.S. Airstrikes, But Not U.S. Ground Troops

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After 40 Years Of Service, Gen. John Kelly To Retire Next Month

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NPR's Steve Inskeep interviews President Obama at the White House. Kainaz Amaria/NPR hide caption

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Obama Makes 'No Apologies' For Fighting ISIS Within 'American Values'

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In 2014 photo, demonstrators chant pro-ISIS slogans in front of the provincial government headquarters in Mosul, Iraq. AP hide caption

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Fact Check: Did Obama Withdraw From Iraq Too Soon, Allowing ISIS To Grow?

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Senior Airman Frances Gavalis tosses unserviceable uniform items into a burn pit at Balad Air Base, Iraq in 2008. The military destroyed uniforms, equipment and other materials in huge burn pits in Iraq and Afghanistan. Some veterans say those pits are responsible for respiratory problems they are now experiencing. Senior Airman Julianne Showalter/USAF hide caption

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Veterans Say 'Burn Pits' Created Toxic Clouds That Made Them Sick

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