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Jake Harriman began developing his ideas on what defeats extremists and what doesn't during four combat tours in Iraq and southwest Asia.
Zaynb Al Harbeya was in Iraq visiting her sick grandfather.
During four hard combat tours as a Marine commander, Jake Harriman began to understand why the United States is failing to eradicate violent Islamic extremism. Individual heroics and immense sacrifice...
Truth in war zones is hard to find.
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Iraq paramilitary forces have seized the ancient site of Hatra from the so-called Islamic State militants and like other sites of archaeological significance previously held by the terror group, it ha...
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They dispatched the carrier strike force toward North Korea. They launched the cruise missiles at Syria. But the U.S. military, stung when it was sent to war before without a clear plan and then blame...
I was overcome by just how similar we were.
Jared Kushner is something of a Renaissance man ― he's President Donald Trump's son-in-law, chief negotiator, infrastructure guy, opioid crisis point-man, and now, apparently, Middle East policy speci...
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Quietly, while Americans have been focused on the ongoing drama over repealing the Affordable Care Act and the new revelations about the Trump campaign's ties to Russia, President Donald Trump has bee...
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When the Trump administration signed an executive order on Jan. 27 blocking travel to the U.S. by permanent residents and visa holders from seven Muslim-majority countries, protests erupted around the...
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A newly declassified report obtained by Fairfax Media reveals Australia's role in the 2003 invasion of Iraq was undertaken solely to enhance our alliance with the US. David Wroeinvestigates. On the ni...
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The campaign involves a 100,000-strong force of Iraqi troops, Kurdish fighters and Shi’ite militias.
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'I went with my family; I came back by myself. They destroyed our family.'
David Archibald's comments were "incredibly personally offensive".
Travel as "normal", the PM says.