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As winter approaches, religious minority in Iraq’s Kurdistan region confronts increasing danger under siege
One guard convicted of first-degree murder, three of voluntary manslaughter in relation to 2007 incident
Obama administration official said request came up in Baghdad meetings with senior Iraqi officials
Despite convictions, accountability gaps remain for security contractors
U.N. assistant secretary-general for human rights said 'actions against Yazidis may amount to attempted genocide'
The Pentagon estimates about $10 million is spent per day on airstrikes. Patricia Sabga breaks down the costs
In a significant shift in policy against ISIL, Turkey announces that it wants to ‘give support’ to Kurds
Retired US Army Lt. Col. John Nagl weighs in whether this is a game changer in the fight against ISIL
Turkey said it would finally help Kurdish peshmerga fighters from Iraq enter Syria to help brethren, as US drops arms
Move comes a day after US began airdropping arms to defenders of the besieged Syrian town