Archived Topic: Iraq Archived Topic: Iraq

Archived Topic: Iraq

U.S. Investigates Reports ISIS Used Chemical Weapons In Attack On Kurds

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Iowa State Fair Goers Grill Jeb Bush On Brother's Role In Iraq

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ISIS Claims Responsibility For Baghdad Market Bombing

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Peter Beinart: GOP Uses The Surge To Squash Doubts About The Iraq Invasion

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Jeb Bush Criticizes Obama, Clinton For Spread Of ISIS

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Ricardo "Cobe" Williams, wearing the cap, served time for attempted murder before joining CeaseFire as a "violence interrupter." Above, he talks with Lil Mikey in a scene from the documentary The Interrupters. Lil Mikey, who'd also been in prison, went on to become an outreach worker with the organization. Aaron Wickenden/Courtesy of Kartemquin Films hide caption

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U.S. Marines arrive at Saudi Arabia's Dhahran Air Base on Aug. 21, 1990. The U.S. began a buildup in the region just days after Iraq invaded Kuwait on Aug. 2 of that year. The U.S. military has been active in Iraq virtually nonstop for the past quarter-century. Gerard Fouet/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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25 Years In Iraq, With No End In Sight

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Vietnam War Study Raises Concerns About Veterans' Mental Health

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U.S. Defense Secretary Makes Unannounced Visit To Iraq

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Iraqi Kurdish singer Helly Luv sings in support of Kurdish fighters, called the peshmerga, who are battling the Islamic State. Her songs are popular among Kurds in northern Iraq, though some critics say her outfits and dancing are un-Islamic. Safin Hamed/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Iraq, A Kurdish Warrior-Diva Sings Against ISIS, Despite Threats

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Iraqi workers clean the site of a truck bomb attack that hit the area a day earlier at Khan bani Saad town, eastern Baghdad, Iraq, on Saturday. At least 115 people were killed in what's described as the single deadliest such attack in the country in a decade. EPA/Landov hide caption

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In 'Escaping ISIS,' An Underground Railroad Forms To Save Yazidi Women

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