Maliki didn’t only commit crimes against Iraq, but also betrayed the sacrifice of thousands of U.S. soldiers
Video footage showed army units controlled by Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki pulling out from Rawa, as Iraqi government forces e announced a ...
His opponents say Maliki is responsible for the vehemence of the insurgency because of policies that alienated Sunnis
Key regional countries such as Saudi Arabia, Iran and Turkey are divided, and will not sit together at the negotiation table
The Obama administration will not be able to extend support to Maliki as long as he persists with his intransigence
If protests and confrontations in Iraq last for more months, more foreign parties will become involved
A video uploaded to YouTube on Friday shows a completely destroyed convoy - allegedly belonging to Iraq’s Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. ...
The world is watching a once-important country die slowly and very painfully
Admiral John Kirby: I’ve seen no indication of ground forces or major units
Maliki is a politician who is always keen on exploiting Shiite fanatics to rally his ranks within the Sunni-Shiite struggle
Intelligence reports warned that Maliki and his government were creating so much animosity among Iraq’s Sunnis
Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal urged Iraqi PM’s to learn from the kingdom on how to combat terrorism
U.S.-Iranian cooperation on possible military action in Iraq remains possible
Iraq has been plagued by sectarian insecurity which usually sees Shiites standing alongside their co-religionists
The leaders called for avoiding sectarian grievances and forbade non-state actors from carrying weapons
The officers were fired for abandoning their ‘professional and military duty,’ according to a government statement
Move comes as ISIS militants battle Iraqi security forces for control of a strategic northern town
Saudi Arabia had accused Maliki’s ‘policies of marginalization and sectarianism’ for causing unrest in the country
Kurdish PM says Maliki should be denied third term and autonomous zones for Iraq’s Sunni Arabs should be considered
John Kerry says the U.S. is consideration air strikes against Islamist militants in Iraq
Militants and local armed clans take control of strategic northern enclave
In a rare occasion, the United States and the Islamic Republic have become two odd bedfellows
Iraq is back in the world’s news – for reasons no Iraqi would sympathize with
Nuri al-Maliki's support of Bashar al-Assad brought about his moral downfall and revived al-Qaeda and Sunni anger
ISIS fighters aim to establish a Caliphate on both sides of the Syria-Iraqi frontier based on strict medieval Sunni Muslim precepts
Recent developments in Iraq sent shockwaves throughout the world because it was unforeseen
Pentagon spokesman says embassy personnel are being moved by commercial, charter and State Department aircraft
Iraq’s former vice president, who has resided in Turkey since leaving Iraq, rejected how media portrayed events in Mosul late Monday
Will the Gulf be caught up in the sectarian discourse prevalent during the 2000s in Iraq when identity was measured by religion?
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