Text messages sent from inside Mosul to Iraqi military intelligence reveals that although ISIS might remain lethal, it is mired in internal disarray.
With Lebanon no longer hiding Hezbollah’s role, next war must hit civilians where it hurts, Israeli minister says
The Pentagon may be keeping a relatively low profile at this stage to avoid angering America’s wayward ally, Turkey.
More than 3,000 Iraqi troops took part in the assault under heavy U.S.-led coalition air support.
Documents obtained by Iraqi forces in villages re-captured from ISIS provide insight into the system of rules and punishments imposed by the extremist group.
While the Peshmerga have been on the front lines against ISIS, the impression is that they see the government in Baghdad as their main enemy ■ A special report from the front lines, part 3
The U.S.-led campaign to retake Mosul will be one of the largest urban warfare operations in recent history. ISIS, meanwhile, is reportedly beginning wholesale executions ■ Part 2
The mainly Shi’ite Iraqi Army and the ill-equipped Kurdish Peshmerga are fighting independently and on separate fronts in an effort to recapture the Sunni city from ISIS ■ Part 1
U.S.-trained elite forces are seen as far more capable than the mainstream squads that crumbled as Islamic State advanced in 2014, and have played a central role in liberating cities and towns over the past year.