The U.S.-led coalition has launched significantly more airstrikes against the Islamic State this year, increasing the number of bombs dropped on the terrorist group by about 50 percent.
Three Islamic State fighters were killed and five more were injured Sunday by an ambush of stampeding wild boars in northern Iraq, according to local leaders.
The story on the front page of USA Today in 2007 made a sensational claim: Military leaders in wartime had failed to provide troops in Iraq being killed by roadside bombs with mine-resistant jeeps.
A senior U.S. general operating in Mosul said Wednesday that a chemical attack launched against coalition forces by the Islamic State three days ago had “no impact” on American or Iraqi troops.
George Ciccariello-Maher, an associate professor in the history and politics department at Drexel University, ignited a Twitter firestorm on Sunday when he tweeted that he was trying not to “vomit or yell” when he witnessed a fellow passenger aboard his flight give up their first class seat to a uniformed soldier.
U.S. Central Command has opened an investigation into recent reports that scores of Iraqi civilians were killed by a U.S.-led coalition airstrike in Mosul, the top commander in the Middle East said Wednesday.
Iraqi forces are clearing the terrorists out of West Mosul ahead of schedule, and coalition forces fighting ISIS believe the Caliph has fled.
Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, President Donald Trump’s national security adviser, recently spoke at the naturalization ceremony of an Iraqi family he sponsored.
President Donald Trump signed a new executive order Monday that restricts immigration from six Muslim-majority countries for 90 days, dropping Iraq from January’s original version of the order, and suspends the United States refugee program for 120 days.