The Sinjar massacre was the genocidal killing and abduction of thousands of Yazidi men in Sinjar (Kurdish: شنگال Şingal) city and Sinjar District in Iraq's Nineveh Governorate by the Islamic terror group Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) in August While Iraqi federal military forces fled from the advancing ISIL troops, Iraqi.
Nella città irachena controllata dall'ISIS è arrivato l'esercito insieme ad alcuni così di poter ottenere vittorie militari anche nella provincia di Anbar, sunnita per l'impiego di soldati americani in Iraq in funzione anti-ISIS.
Many former Iraqi military officers and troops, trained under Saddam, . that would last eight years and cost the lives of 4, American troops.
The Iraqi military has "fully liberated" all of Iraq's territory of "ISIS terrorist gangs" and retaken full control of the Iraqi-Syrian border, it said.
9, , the Coalition has conducted 13, strikes in Iraq, and 11, strikes in As of June 30, , the total cost of operations related to ISIS since kinetic.
If there was no American prison in Iraq, there would be no IS now. who served in Iraq from , and to three US military commanders.
On a damp afternoon in Iraqi Kurdistan, a year-old peshmerga fighter but pledged: “American combat troops are not going to be fighting in Iraq again.” The US military denies any special operations forces involvement in.
Of the many conventional wisdoms of American foreign policy, none is an inevitable military threat to American forces and allies in the region.
In July, as the Iraqi army stormed the ISIS stronghold of Mosul some 60 military and political leaders here in Iraq have a blunt warning: The of the Shia-led — and American supported — central government in Baghdad.