US military presence

Iraq

US reducing troop size in Iraq to 3,000

The US military will reduce the number of troops in Iraq from 5,200 to 3,000 in the month of September,…

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Iraq

Iraqi prime minister leaves for Washington

The office of the Iraqi prime minister announced that Mustafa al-Kazemi is on a trip to Washington at the formal…

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Middle East

Civilian kill, several injuries in protest against US military presence in Syria

A civilian has lost his life and several others sustained injuries during a rally in Syria’s northeastern province of Dayr…

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Iran

Era of US Presence in Region Ending: Top IRGC Figure

A deputy commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) slammed the US for holding military drills in the Persian…

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Middle East

 US military sends another 70-ammo-trucks to base in northeast of Syria

The US military sent 70 trucks carrying weapons and ammunition to its military base on the outskirts of Qamishli, northeast…

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Iraq

Al-Kadhimi agreed to form committee probing Soleimani assassination: Hezbollah

Iraq’s Kata’ib Hezbollah resistance group says Prime Minister-designate Mustafa al-Kadhimi has agreed to form a committee to probe the US…

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Iraq

Major crowds convene in streets of Baghdad to denounce US military presence

Major crowds have gathered in the Iraqi capital Baghdad to denounce US military presence in the country after the US…

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Iraq

Iraqis set to join ‘million-man march’ against US military presence

Millions of Iraqis are expected to take part in a mass rally against the US military presence in their homeland…

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Pakistan

US plans to prolong military presence in Afghanistan a threat to Pakistan

The Trump administration plans to maintain American military presence in Afghanistan because it is critical to the US national security;…

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Middle East

US military presence in Syria resembles occupation: Russia

Russia says the US military presence in Syria looks like an occupation as it runs afoul of international law and…

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