Rockets Hit Iraq Base with US Troops; No Word on Casualties
A barrage of Katyusha rockets targeted an Iraqi air base that houses American troops south of the city of Mosul on Friday.
Iraqis Block Roads in Support of Anti-Government Protests
Protesters blocked one road with burning tires and barbed wire.
Rocket Attack in Green Zone Kills Iraqi Soldier, Adding to Growing Unrest
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Iraq Official: US Troops from Syria to Leave Iraq in 4 Weeks
U.S troops withdrawing from Syria to Iraq will leave the country within four weeks, Iraq's defense minister said.
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Iraq Blames 'Malicious' Hands as Toll from Unrest Tops 100
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Rocket Attack Hits near US Embassy in Baghdad's Green Zone
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Rockets Land in an Iraqi Military Post Home to US Personnel
The Iraqi military says three rockets have hit an installation used by Iraqi troops and where American trainers are present.
Mortar Attack on Iraqi Base Home to US Troops; No Casualties
The attack on Balad air base caused small fires in bushes on the base, which were extinguished immediately.
Rocket Attack Hits Near US Embassy in Baghdad's Green Zone
No one claimed responsibility for the attack.
From Syria, ISIS Slips into Iraq to Fight Another Day
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Iraqi Militia Leader Wants US Troops to Leave
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ISIS Fights to Hang On a Year After Defeat in Iraq
Cornered in the desert near the Iraqi border -- with nowhere to run -- the ISIS militants are putting up a fierce fight.
Syria Says US-Led Strike Hits Troops in East, US Denies
Iraqi Shiite forces and Syria accused the United States on Monday of targeting their troops inside Syria with an airstrike.
US Starts Iraq Drawdown after Declaration of Victory over ISIS
American troops have started to draw down from Iraq following Baghdad's declaration of victory over the Islamic State.
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