Dilbreen needed emergency surgery and was flown to the US last year. He ended up being stranded when his parents were stuck in Iraq
Discredited probe to end this summer, Michael Fallon says
From ‘sick notes’ to claims of martyr missions in Europe, the documents show jihadis are losing faith on the front line
A Government investigation into allegations of abuse by British armed forces in Iraq is unfit for purpose and should be scrapped immediately, a parliamentary inquiry is expected to conclude.
Iraq will prioritise cooperation in the fight against Isis, Haider al-Abadi says, despite Donald Trump’s ‘insulting’ ban
Trump administraton's so called 'Muslim ban' has provoked particular anger in Iraq as Baghdad politicians call for retaliatory measures
'There’s a huge risk for families - if Isis see a family trying to escape, they kill them on the spot'
The 'special relationship' between the US and Iraq should be taken into consideration, Baghdad government spokesperson says
The former interpreter was one of 12 people held at JFK Airport
President's executive order calls for asylum applications for religious minorities to be prioritised
The World Food Programme is in talks with the United States – its biggest donor – and other wealthy nations in a bid to get more money to help feed people displaced by the war against Isis
A confession given by a Libyan national during torture was America's excuse for invading Iraq. ‘They were killing me,’ the terror suspect later told the FBI about their torturers. ‘I had to tell them something’
Across continents there are many who see themselves as the losers from globalisation, but the ideological vehicles for protest differ markedly from region to region
Toll which does not include deaths in Syria, Iraq or Afghanistan widely criticised by rights groups as ‘fraction’ of true figure
UN warns almost half of casualties in military operation are civilians
Iraqi forces have regained two of the city’s main bridges from militants and hope to soon control the entire east bank of the Tigris