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Report: Gunmen Slaughter 25 Women Branded as Prostitutes in Baghdad After Storming Apartment Building

Daily Mail: Gunmen Slaughter 25 Women Branded as Prostitutes in Baghdad After Storming Apartment Building At least 29 people, including 20 women, have been shot dead in Iraq in an apparent attack on a brothel. Gunmen wearing camouflage burst into two apartments in Baghdad yesterday evening before massacring everyone inside, according to police. Show More Summary

Before Unleashing Gaza-Like Airstrikes on Iraq, Congress Must Vote

In the early hours of Friday morning, Gaza's Ark - the boat preparing to sail from Gaza in defiance of the Israeli blockade on Palestinian exports - was hit by an Israeli missile and caught fire. When dawn broke Friday morning in Gaza,...Show More Summary

Before Unleashing Gaza-Like Airstrikes on Iraq, Congress Must Vote

In the early hours of Friday morning, Gaza's Ark - the boat preparing to sail from Gaza in defiance of the Israeli blockade on Palestinian exports - was hit by an Israeli missile and caught fire. When dawn broke Friday morning in Gaza,...Show More Summary

Islamists Gun Down 27 Prostitutes in Baghdad Raid

Baghdad, Iraq (PM News) Islamists killed 27 prostitutes in a Baghdad raid on Saturday. So far, it is not clear which Islamic group was behind the massacre. The AFP reported, via Jihad Watch: Apartment blocks near a mosque and a … Continue reading ?

Crude Oil Prices Going Down

Now that the Kurds have control of the oil in Northern Iraq and the Shia continue to control the oil in Southern Iraq the crude oil price is going down after a dramatic rise after the ISIS incursion. // To get the WTI oil price, please enable Javascript.

Iraq parliament postpones decision on new leaders

6 hours agoNews : The Newsroom

BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraq's deadlocked parliament failed Sunday to overcome the deep divisions hampering the formation of a new government, making no progress on choosing new leaders who could help hold the nation together and confront the Sunni militant blitz that has overrun much of the country.

Optimistic News from Iraq...

This is so sad, when this article went to print, for the summer 2014 issue, there was clearly no inkling of what was to befall. This optimistic note will probably not be heard again in Mesopotamian arcjhaeology for a long while ahead. Show More Summary

The Man Who Convinced U.S. To Go To War In Iraq Could Be Its Next Leader

Via Taegan Goddard and Foreign Policy: To many in the West, [Ahmad] Chalabi, 69, is still the political operator who convinced the Bush administration that Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction, paving the way for the U.S.-led invasion of the country. But inside an Iraq dangerously on the verge of splintering, that [...]

Taliban Tells ISIS: Don't Be Too Extreme

Taliban fighters in Afghanistan have told ISIS militants in Iraq to "avoid extremism". The Mail on Sunday reports that the Afghani fundamentalists have told ISIS, which is predominantly Sunni, to avoid ‘disturbing’ other sectors of Islam. Show More Summary

Holder Warns on Spread of Terrorism From Iraq and Syria

Attorney General Eric Holder said if Islamist fighters succeed in Iraq and Syria, it is “just a matter of time” before they try to launch attacks against the U.S.

Iraq parliament defers vote on new government

Acting parliament speaker ends brief session due to disagreement on nominees and absence of Kurdish delegation.

Iraq parliament postpones decision on new leaders

19 hours agoNews : The Newsroom

BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraq's deadlocked parliament ended its second session after just 30 minutes Sunday without making any progress toward forming a new government that can unite the country and confront the Sunni militant blitz that has seized control of a huge chunk of the country.

Iraq's parliament ends session still deadlocked

BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraq's parliament has ended its second session after just 30 minutes with lawmakers still deadlocked over electing new leadership.

Iraq rebels storm town near Baghdad

Sunni fighters seize control of official buildings and police station in Dhuluiyah, which army recaptured last month.

ISIS militants storm a town 45 miles from Baghdad

Sunni Islamist insurgents who control large parts of northern Iraq attacked a town north of Baghdad early today, seizing local government buildings, police and witnesses said. They said militants in 50 to 60 vehicles stormed the town...Show More Summary

Sunday Talking Heads: July 13, 2014

Dance for Me, Movie Night Monday Good morning. Israel/Palestine, Iraq+ and immigration on the docket today. John McCain appears on the immigration side of your program this week. WASHINGTON JOURNAL: 7:45am: Shane Harris on Mideast & Violence Between Israel & Hamas. 8:30am: Ashley Spillane – Rock the Vote Mission to Register Voters. 9:15am: Richard Norton [...]

Iraq's Sunnis say they have their speaker nominee

22 hours agoNews : The Newsroom

BAGHDAD (AP) — The Iraqi parliament's Sunni blocs have agreed on a candidate for the post of parliament speaker, paving the way for the legislature to take the first formal step toward forming a new government.

Sea World Hostage Crisis

Sea World Hostage Crisis 3:21 Who's the bigger threat, the terrorist, or the hostage? Submitted by: DanBanas Regular Keywords: Sea World Al Qaeda Iraq ISIS Hostage Monthly Sauce Al Jazeera Oh You Sniper Blockbuster Action Movie Michael Bay Jerry Bruckheimer Terrorist Whale Orca Shamu Views: 101

Iraq’s Sunnis pick Salim al-Juburi as parliament speaker

Iraq’s Sunni Arab politicians have picked a candidate for the post of parliamentary speaker, an action that could revive stalled efforts to form a new government after the elections in April. The United Nations warned on Saturday that...Show More Summary

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