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Mosul (Iraq)

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  • Obama: U.S. considering 'all the options' to stop insurgents in Iraq

    Obama: U.S. considering 'all the options' to stop insurgents in Iraq
    The U.S. is considering offering new military aid to Iraq as its beleaguered government tries to fend off an Islamic insurgency, President Obama said Thursday. "It’s going to need more help from us and it’s going to need more help from the...
  • Iraqi troops flee militant onslaught; lawmakers dither in Baghdad

    Militants seeking to create an extremist Islamic state in the heart of the Middle East seized more Iraqi territory Thursday as their leaders vowed to fight on toward Baghdad, the capital, and government forces fled the onslaught. Iraqi Prime Minister...
  • The other Mideast crisis: Hundreds of thousands of new refugees

    As Iraq tilts ever closer to abject chaos and civil war, the world’s attention naturally focuses on military actions, and on what steps the U.S. might take in a war it had hoped was over and done with. But it’s crucial to watch civilian...
  • Paul Greenberg: An appointment in Samarra

    Another day, another country left to the tender mercies of terrorists. Going by his own arbitrary, purely political deadline, this president and now only nominal Leader of the Free World has been intent on pulling American troops out of one country...
  • Islamic militants accused of war crimes in northern Iraq offensive

    Fighters from an Al Qaeda-spawned militia now controlling much of northeastern Iraq allegedly committed summary executions, rapes and kidnappings this week while seizing the city of Mosul, the United Nations' human rights chief said Friday. Navi Pillay,...
  • Michael Hawley, Iraq Veteran, Co-founded Loose Collective Of Artists

    Michael Hawley, Iraq Veteran, Co-founded Loose Collective Of Artists
    Michael Hawley's father was in the Coast Guard, his uncles served in Vietnam, and his grandfather served in World War II. His great-grandfather was a major general, a top-ranked Army surgeon during World War II. In fact, Hawley can trace his ancestors'...
  • IRAQ: In Mosul, grief as Christians mourn latest losses

     
    Two brothers of the Syrian Catholic denomination were working as blacksmiths in their workshop in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul on Monday when gunmen stormed their workplace. Both were shot dead, police said, part of an apparent campaign against......
  • IRAQ: Parliament elects a controversial Sunni speaker who riles Kurds

     
    Osama Nujeifi, a leading but controversial figure in the Iraqiya coalition, was elected speaker of the Council of Representatives last month with 227 of 295 votes. His election marked a first step in implementing an agreement that ended an eight-month.......
  • DUBAI: Bungled Stockholm suicide bomber received training in Iraq, says top security official

     
    New developments have surfaced in the case of Taimour Abdulwahab Abdaly, a 28-year-old Iraq-born Swedish suicide bomber who died in a botched attack on central Stockholm on Dec. 11, in revenge for what he called Sweden's "war on Islam." This......
  • Art review: 'Bearing Witness: Daniel Heyman' at Laband Art Gallery, LMU

     
    Several years ago, Washington civil rights attorney Susan Burke invited Philadelphia artist Daniel Heyman to accompany her on an extraordinary mission. She was traveling to the Middle East to interview Iraqi detainees who were tortured and victimized in...
  • Muslims, Christians, Kurds, music: WikiLeaks finds a connection

     
    Looking at the various ways that classical music is used in diplomatic circles; it was discovered among the U.S. State Department cables recently released via WikiLeaks....