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  • Displaced Iraqis struggle for food and shelter
    Hunger in Iraq: An interview with Chloe Cornish of the UN World Food Program
    Iraqis are struggling to save their country from the onslaught of ISIS. Since last year, the ISIS terrorist army has attacked cities and towns throughout the country. This war has also caused food shortages.The UN World Food Programme (WFP) is the...
  • Iraq celebrate AC2015 Quarter Final win
    Iraq stun Iran with shootout win
    Iraq have stunned their local rivals as they managed to advance to the Asian Cup semi-finals for the second time in three tournaments. It came on a penalty shootout as Iraq won the shootout against Iran 7-6 after a thrilling 3-3 draw at Canberra...
  • Iraq celebrate v Palestine 2015
    Iraq qualify for Asian Cup quarter finals
    2007 Asian Cup Champions, Iraq have set up a thrilling derby match up in the quarter finals as they managed a win at Canberra Stadium on Tuesday night. It was a 2-0 win over Palestine that sealed Iraq’s place, but Palestine impressed with a...
  • Obama's rose-colored glasses
    Obama's rose-colored glasses
    One of the things that President Obama has counted on is MSNBC's delusional, steadfast support. Last night, President Obama's State of the Union Address was so bad that NBC's chief foreign affairs correspondent Richard Engel harshly...
  • Japan celebrate goal against Iraq
    Penalty gives Japan win in battle of recent champions
    It may not have been the clinical performance they wanted but Japan got the job done in a 1-0 win against Iraq at Brisbane Stadium on Friday night. The win means Japan have all but sealed progress to the next round, needing just a point.A first...
  • U.S Special Forces are limited in their interception of ISIL forces due the absence of legal security agreement.
    Can the United States Legally Engage ISIL? Will US Forces Return to Iraq?
    Why are US Special Forces having difficulty operating against ISIL?United States special forces have since time and memorial operated in the most harsh and unimaginable theaters and under diverse circumstances. Since the days of the inception and...
  • Iraq celebrate v Jordan AC2015
    Iraq need late goal to beat Jordan
    The 2007 Asian Cup Champions, Iraq, needed a late goal but they got the job done as they managed a 1-0 win over Jordan at Brisbane Stadium on Monday night. The match was played in oppressive humidity after a torrential downpour all day left the...
  • WFP feeds Iraqi refugees
    A plea to help starving Iraqis
    Two small children, a brother and sister, are living alone inside an unfinished school with no walls in northern Iraq. Their parents were killed by the terrorist group ISIS.These traumatized children are among the tales of tragedy that Catholic...
  • ISIS was at Ferguson protests
    The most important news story of 2014
    Arguably the most important story of 2014 is that of ISIS (also known as ISIL or Islamic State) and the US international policy. It is a story that has unfolded throughout the year, with implications affecting the globe. It reflects the Obama...
  • WFP provides food aid in South Sudan
    Roundup of funding shortages for UN hunger relief
    The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), the lead agency fighting hunger, requires voluntary donations for its aid missions. Without these contributions they cannot feed the hungry in Syria, Iraq, South Sudan and many other countries in need...
  • Kobani, Syria airstrike
    US kills ISIS leaders
    The United States announced last night that several high-ranking ISIS leaders were killed in airstrikes in Iraq. The attacks took place over the last several weeks and are known to have killed three of the top-ranking members of the terrorist...
  • ISIS claims to have 'dirty bomb' made from stolen weaponized uranium
    ISIS claims to have 'dirty bomb' made from stolen weaponized uranium
    A report from Breitbart.com published yesterday says the terror group ISIS isclaiming on social media that they are in possession of a "dirty bomb" made from stolen weaponized uranium. The announcement was initially made on Twitter by...
  • Winter and hunger facing displaced persons in Iraq
    Iraqis facing winter, hunger and ISIS
    The United Nations, in a new report, says that over two million Iraqis urgently need food and other humanitarian aid. These are war victims forced from their homes and towns by the terrorist group ISIS.Fighting between the government and ISIS...
  • Radio talk show host and conservative commentator Rush Limbaugh
    Rush Limbaugh misses the point made about Iraq torture in 'Madam Secretary'
    During the Wednesday broadcast of his long-running radio talk show, Rush Limbaugh delved a little bit into television criticism. It seems that one of the shows he watches is “Madam Secretary,” in which Tea Leoni plays a tough,...
  • ISIS battleground
    Would an ISIS knock-out in Mosul end it?
    Many Americans are experienced with war and war strategy. We have lived with it and some have been trained in it and have served in battle. General Dempsey spoke about the possible necessity of sending American troops into battle in Mosul, Iraq...