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Iraq holds parade to celebrate victories over Islamic State

The Asian Age - ‎14.07.2016‎
The parade was held to mark the liberation of Fallujah and Ramadi and all the Iraqi territory that was liberated. Baghdad: Iraqi security forces paraded through Baghdad on Thursday to celebrate victories over the Islamic State jihadist group, but an ...

Sense of déjà vu as US once again sees 'victory' coming in Iraq

Sacramento Bee - ‎vor 12 Stunden‎
Iraq specialists say that plans to stabilize Iraq when - or if - the Islamic State is defeated are doomed if there's no international effort to address the Sunni minority's grievances over sectarian policies of the Shiite Muslim-led government in ...

Iraq's internal security to catch up to military gains

Al-Arabiya - ‎21.07.2016‎
Speaking with a small group of journalists in Washington on Thursday, Obeidi said he expected Islamic State to use tactics it has used in past battles, in defending Mosul, ranging from IEDs (improvised explosive devices) to the use of trenches and tunnels.

Fallujah in Ruins

The American Conservative - ‎13.07.2016‎
The liberation last month of the Sunni city of Fallujah from a two-year ISIS stranglehold was celebrated as a rare victory by Iraqi forces and their U.S. backers amid a summer of bloody terror attacks across the Middle East and Europe. ... “These last ...

US to deploy 560 more troops to Iraq to help seize Mosul

Christian Science Monitor - ‎11.07.2016‎
The United States will send 560 more troops to Iraq later this year to help Iraqi forces in their efforts to retake Mosul from the militant group known as the Islamic State, US Defense Secretary Ash Carter said on Monday. ... "While Iraqis mourn, again ...

While we soul-search, Iraq burns and bleeds

Herald Scotland - ‎09.07.2016‎
Last Sunday undetected by Iraqi security forces, terrorists of the Islamic State (IS) group rammed a refrigerated truck carrying explosives into the densely populated mainly Shia Muslim district of Karrada in central Baghdad.