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Now as well as then : IRAQ: Once more into the breach 7/30/2014 By R. Orlando Marville Several years ago, before President George W Bush invaded Iraq on the pretence that he wanted to free the country, I argued that the invasion should not have occurred.
An Iraqi woman talks about the need to help single women and children in her country during a stop in Iowa.
A volunteer at a Christian church in Qosh, Iraq, loads aid onto a handcart Monday for delivery to displaced Shiites who are sheltering there.
A Boeing 777-F aircraft of German Lufthansa Cargo air carrier stands on the tarmac during loading at Fraport airport in Frankfurt July 28, 2014.
Russia's President Vladimir Putin waves as he leaves the Itamaraty Palce after the 6th BRICS summit and the Union of South American Nations , in Brasilia July 16, 2014.
West Texas Intermediate and Brent crudes dropped as the flow of oil from the Middle East was unaffected by the surge in violence in Libya and Iraq.
Millions of Muslims across the world are celebrating the first day of the Eid al-Fitr holiday, which marks the end of the monthlong fast of Ramadan.
Ghalib al-Zamili said that Riyadh al-Adhadah is now back at home Saturday, a day after gunmen traveling in 10 black SUVs took him from his home in Baghdad along with his four bodyguards.
The House overwhelmingly passed a resolution Friday that would bar President Barack Obama from sending forces to Iraq in a "sustained combat role" without congressional approval, a bill likely to have greater symbolic than legal effect.
In fact, it might already have run out. The Christians in Mosul have already fled, and those remaining in Nineveh and other areas of Iraq have until Saturday to make their choice to pay jizya, convert, or be put to death.
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People inspect the destroyed Mosque of The Prophet Younis, or Jonah, in Mosul, 225 miles northwest of Baghdad, Iraq, Thursday, July 24, 2014.
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