• Iraq Mar 17

    Iraqi Officials Say Rockets Strike Baghdad's Green Zone

    Iraqi security officials say at least three rockets struck Baghdad’s fortified Green Zone near the American Embassy

  • food Feb 24

    Marine Reunites With Stray Dogs He Adopted From Iraq

    A local Marine was reunited Wednesday with three stray dogs he fell in love with while deployed in Iraq.

  • Iraq Feb 16

    Rockets Strike Near US Embassy in Baghdad; No Injuries

    U.S. and Iraqi officials say at least four rockets hit near the sprawling U.S. Embassy in Baghdad and a Iraqi base hosting American troops inside the Green Zone

  • Iraq Jan 27

    Nighttime Mortar Attack on US Embassy in Baghdad Injured 1

    A top U.S. military commander says a mortar attack on the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad injured one American national and caused material damage

  • Iraq Jan 24

    Thousands Protest in Baghdad, Demanding US Troops Leave Iraq

    Thousands have rallied in Baghdad to demand American troops leave the country, though their numbers fell short of the “million-man” march called for by an influential Shiite cleric

  • Iraq Nov 30, 2019

    Iraqi PM Formally Submits Resignation Amid More Violence

    Three anti-government protesters were shot dead and at least 58 wounded in Baghdad and southern Iraq on Saturday, security and medical officials said, as Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi formally submitted his resignation to parliament. Lawmakers were expected to either vote or accept outright Abdul-Mahdi’s resignation letter in a parliamentary session Sunday, two members of parliament said. The prime minister announced...

  • Iraq Nov 27, 2019

    Iraq Protesters Burn Down Iran Consulate in Najaf

    Anti-government protesters burned down an Iranian consulate building in southern Iraq on Wednesday, while six protesters were killed by security forces who fired live rounds amid ongoing violence in the country, Iraqi officials said Wednesday. Protesters torched the consulate in the holy city of Najaf in the evening. One protester was killed and at least 35 people were wounded when...

  • Iraq Nov 2, 2019

    Security Forces Kill Protester in Iraq, Wound Dozens

    Iraqi security forces fired tear gas and live ammunition to disperse thousands of anti-government protesters Saturday, killing at least one and wounding more than 200 in the capital Baghdad and in the country’s south, police officials and a semi-official human rights commission said. The largest protest took place in Baghdad, where tens of thousands of people gathered in and near...

  • Iraq Oct 29, 2019

    18 Killed in Attack Against Protesters in Iraq's Karbala

    Masked gunmen opened fire at Iraqi protesters in the Shiite holy city of Karbala on Tuesday, killing 18 people and wounding hundreds, security officials said, in one of the deadliest single attacks on protesters since anti-government demonstrations erupted earlier this month. The attack, which happened overnight, came as Iraqis took to the streets for a fifth consecutive day, protesting their...

  • Iraq Oct 6, 2019

    Iraq Blames ‘Malicious' Hands as Toll From Unrest Tops 100

    Twelve anti-government demonstrators were killed Sunday in ongoing protests in the capital Baghdad, the latest fatalities in six days of clashes that have left more than 100 dead and thousands wounded. Iraq’s government has scrambled to contain the popular anger that has racked Baghdad and a number of southern cities since Tuesday. Security forces responded with a crackdown on the...

  • JUDGE Aug 14, 2019

    Ex-Blackwater Contractor Sentenced to Life in Iraq Shootings

    A former Blackwater security contractor was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison for his role in the 2007 shooting of unarmed civilians in Iraq that left 14 people dead. Federal judge Royce Lamberth issued the sentence after a succession of friends and relatives requested leniency for Nicholas Slatten, who was found guilty of first-degree murder by a jury in December....

  • United States Jun 26, 2019

    Army Artist Captures Humanity, Even In War Zones

    Since World War I, the Army has commissioned artists to capture scenes from the field. Today, News4’s Mark Segraves speaks with one of those artists, Juan Munoz. Munoz aims to show humanity, even in dangerous places. “We have had art since the beginning of human history. We’ve always had that relationship with art,” he told News4.

  • Europe May 9, 2019

    Pompeo Skips Visit to Greenland Amid New Tensions With Iran

    U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has cancelled a visit to Greenland to return to Washington amid an escalation of tensions with Iran. Pompeo had been due to wrap up a trip to Europe on Thursday with a stop in Greenland aimed at promoting the Trump administration’s Arctic policies. Those policies were criticized earlier this week for not containing the...

  • Donald Trump Feb 4, 2019

    Iraqi President Hits Back at Trump Over US Army Presence

    Iraq’s president hit back at Donald Trump Monday for saying U.S. troops should stay in Iraq to keep an eye on neighboring Iran, saying the U.S. leader did not ask for Iraq’s permission to do so. “We find these comments strange,” said Barham Salih, speaking at a forum in Baghdad.

  • Donald Trump Dec 28, 2018

    Trump's Reveal of SEAL Team in Iraq Could Endanger Its Members: Expert

    President Donald Trump exposed the faces of members of U.S. Navy SEAL Team 5 during his surprise trip to Iraq this week, and one expert said it could possibly put them in danger, NBC News reported. During his post-Christmas visit to troops in Iraq, his first trip to a combat zone since he was sworn in last year, the president...

  • head Nov 26, 2018

    Number of Injured in 6.3 Magnitude Iran Quake Rises to 716

    Iranian authorities said Monday that the number of injured in the magnitude 6.3 earthquake in western Iran the previous night has risen to 716. No fatalities were reported from the temblor. According to Iran’s state television, most of the injured were immediately released from hospitals and suffered only slight injuries in the quake on Sunday night. The TV said 37...

  • head Nov 26, 2018

    Over 500 Hurt in Magnitude 6.3 Earthquake in Western Iran

    A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck western Iran near its border with Iraq on Sunday night, injuring more than 500 people and sending fearful residents running into the streets, authorities said. The Sunday temblor hit near Sarpol-e Zahab in Iran’s Kermanshah province, which was the epicenter of an earthquake last year that killed more than 600 people and where some still...

  • United States Mar 1, 2018

    “Pirates of the Caribbean 5” Gets a Release Date

    Walt Disney Pictures announced Wednesday that the highly anticipated fifth “Pirates of the Caribbean” movie will be released on July 7, 2017.

  • head Sep 27, 2017

    Kurdish Region in Iraq Votes Overwhelmingly for Independence

    Iraq’s Kurds voted overwhelmingly in favor of independence from Iraq, but faced being left stranded after Baghdad ordered international flights to halt service to Kurdish airports starting Friday. Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi ruled out the use of force, but vowed to take other measures to keep his country from breaking apart as the standoff looked set to worsen. The...

  • VMS Sep 18, 2017

    DC Parade Pays Tribute to Comedian Dick Gregory

    D.C. residents payed tribute to comedian and civil rights icon Dick Gregory. News4’s Derrick Ward reports.

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