Iraq - - According to what appears to be NYT fake news, the self-styled newspaper of record claims "(t)he (US) military resumed joint operations with Iraq on Wednesday…ending a 10-day pause that began after an American airstrike killed a top Irania
DAVID WURMSER WAS a longtime advocate of war with Iraq in the Bush administration. Eventually, he got what he wanted, and it was a total disaster. Now, Wurmser again has the ear of a president -- this time, Donald Trump -- and his sights are set fi
What ever happened to Iraq? Is it not an independent country with a democratic government thanks to the 2003 US invasion? So says Washington.
After the Iraqi parliament vote to end US troop presence, the US is in no mood to discuss abiding by the wishes of the Iraqi government. When Prime Minister Mahdi called Pompeo to discuss terms for US withdrawal, the Trump Administration threatened t
President Trump's decision earlier this month to assassinate Iran's top military general on Iraqi soil – over the objection of the Iraqi government – has damaged the US relationship with its "ally" Iraq and set the region on the brink of
Iraq -- "Never has a single country had so many military bases on so many parts of Planet Earth…How many such bases?"
Perhaps entirely to be expected, the US administration has unambiguously rejected Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi's urgent call for Washington to enact a US troop 'withdrawal mechanism' in Iraq.
Iraq -- US forces Obama withdrew from Iraq were returned in June 2014, invited by its US-installed puppet regime to combat ISIS jihadists deployed to the country by the Pentagon to provide a pretext for resumed US occupation -- where things stand to
President Trump's actions in the Middle East are becoming increasingly unhinged.
-Trump Threatened To Cut Off Baghdad's Access To Its NY Fed Cash
Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, who is still serving in a 'caretaker' capacity, has informed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that the US must establish a mechanism for the full withdrawal of remaining US troops in Iraq, which according to most
There is no reason for the Pentagon to be depressed, despondent, or angry over the fact that Iraqi officials are kicking the Pentagon out of Iraq. The Pentagon doesn't belong in Iraq in the first place.
Iraq's parliament passed a resolution, urged by its caretaker prime minister, calling for the removal of foreign troops from the country, after the US' assassination of a top Iranian general and a commander of an Iraqi militia.
Iraq's Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi is following Iraq's Parliament decision to remove all foreign forces from Iraq. But his request for talks with the U.S. about the U.S. withdrawal process was answered with a big "F*** You":
Abdul-Mahdi says Trump threatened to have him killed too.
Days after the assassination of General Qasem Soleimani, new and important information is coming to light from a speech given by the Iraqi prime minister. The story behind Soleimani's assassination seems to go much deeper than what has thus far bee
An Iraqi militia leader reacted to the airstrike on Iranian General Qassem Soleimani by suggesting American citizens could be targeted if they re-elect Trump.
Amid confusion over a reported US letter to Iraq announcing the steps its military would take to move out of Iraq, Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi confirms that Baghdad has actually received "signed and translated" copies from the US Army concern
After threatening the "fool and a blackmailer" Trump as well as the U.S. military, Al Telbawi also demanded that American citizens "pressure" Trump to withdraw U.S. troops from Iraq "before we send your soldiers back in coffins."
How could a "draft letter" from the US CENTCOM to the Iraqi leadership announcing the US withdrawal from Iraq have mysteriously leaked to the media yesterday? Is operational security so shattered that what must be a highly classified document can jus
President Trump did not immediately respond, and the White House eventually said he would not make an address to the nation or other on-camera statement Tuesday.
Iraq says unsigned U.S. troop-withdrawal letter sent by mistake COUNTS despite Arabic translation not matching the English?--as Pentagon chief vows 'we are not leaving' but Donald Trump insists it will happen 'at some point'
Fifteen years after the U.S. invaded Iraq to turn Saddam Hussein's dictatorship into a beacon of democracy, Iraq's Parliament, amid shouts of "Death to America!" voted to expel all U.S. troops from the country.
Under the cover of mass confusion over Monday's alleged US withdrawal letter, which was then denied by the Pentagon, the US military stealthily resupplied the Taiji Camp north of Baghdad with troops and equipment, said Al-Masdar News, citing security
The inside account of how the now infamous "phony" letter announcing complete US troop withdrawal from Iraq after seventeen years details astoundingly how the "posting of the letter online unleashed a mad, behind-the-scenes scramble at the Pentagon,
The blowback from Trump's assassination of Major General Qassem Soleimani and PMU leader Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis is increasing.