Map. History of Iraq conflict

19 June 2018
OIR Spokesman: As part of @Coalition's ongoing campaign to defeatDaesh and defend against terrorist threats, @CJTFOIR is helping train and equip Iraq's Border Guard Force -helping ensure Iraqi security and preventing ISIS movement across the border
Kanimasi base was attacked again
Inherent Resolve:The first group of Iraqi Border Guard Force members graduated today from a 12-day program conducted by members of the CJTF-OIR in Iraq
Federal Police out of Tal Afar are designing a robot for explosive ordnance disposal as well as combat operations.
Some photos from yesterday. IQAF was active around Hawija, launching preliminary strikes before 9th Armored Division begins its operation.
Protesters teared down a picture of al-Quds commander Qassem Soleimani in Shiraz. Soleimani is popular for his operations in Iraq and Syria
Three bombs which resemble rocks were found on the route of a major camp of the Iranian Kurdistan Komala party.
PMF leader Qais Khazali publicly states, his forces fought US forces in total 5337 operations in "resistance" era.
New report on @CJTFOIR continuing airstrikes in December against ISIS; many near Abu Kamal and Hawija
Amidst evacuation of Hermon pocket IRGC-linked Iraqi Al-Imam Hussein Brigade showing its presence in Beit Jin area.
A committee of 7 officials (5 from Iraqi government 2 from KRG) formed to audit list of employees in the KRG's ministries of Health and Education. Iraqi delegation will visit Kurdistan Region after New Year holidays.
Car filled with gas was intended for detonation in Tikrit but discovered by a civilian and the driver was arrested by the police
Danger of ISIS beyond Iraq Syria - "It's a brand threat" says US Sec Def Jim Mattis "More than anything else it can inspire lone wolf attacks. It can inspire other groups"
Coalition December report confirms 9 new civilian casualty events which add 11 new deaths to the tally - with a further 5 civilians admitted killed in unspecified events. Overall, US-led CJTFOIR now concedes at least 817 civilians killed since 2014
Turkish jets shell Metina and Heftanin
Iraqis hoped for massive US funding to rebuild after militants' defeat; 'Not going to happen,' US official says.
[email protected]: "at least 817 civilians have been unintentionally killed by Coalition strikes" since Nov. 2014 start of air campaign against ISIS
It's propaganda
Islamic State- IED blast destroys a government vehicle and kills and wounds federal police officers- Samarra, Iraq
KRG @PMBarzani: Abadi using travel ban as a tool to punish the people of Kurdistan Region.
HRW accuses Ezidi fighters in Iraq of executing civilians
Turkish Armed Forces: 11 suspected PKK members were killed in Avaşin-Basyan areas of Northern Iraq.
Some footage from operations in Hamrin Mountains
Over 70 explosives seized in Hamrin Mountains earlier today.
It's rumor, not confirmed information, possible fake or hoax
Today in Sargaran town in Palkana Kurdish village Iraqi forces gave 3 days duration for over than 35 Kurdish families to leave their houses
US artillery at Al-Qaim phosphate plant
It's fakeAll the letters are more than a month old. Secondly it is talking about the disputed families that can go back to their families after a security check by the 11th brigade. Nothing about Dibis or anything mentioned about kurds.
Official letters signed by Kirkuk Governor and the head of Salahadin Operations to transfer Kurdish citizens from Dibis, Kirkuk villages and settele Arabs instead
ISIS encampment found on one of the islands of the Tigris River near Tal al-Zahab and Burj villages in Salahuddin Governorate:
Speaking to press on his release, ex-NRT owner Shaswar Abdulwahid Qadir says he was treated well while detained, but his arrest was 'illegal.'
Brigade 2's "A Group" detained 2 ISIS in Qasr al-Awwal village. They also uncovered weapons that were hidden by the militants.
Sulaimani International Airport chief said they have not received any official letter regarding the ban extension.
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