Reports say U.S. forces are beginning to reduce their presence in Iraq, following the defeat of the Islamic State.
The U.S. is delivering its final shipment of Black Hawk helicopters to Jordan in an effort to defend the country from the Islamic State.
The Syrian government angrily responded to a U.S. announcement that they will keep troops in the country after the conflict ends.
The second top U.S. commander in Iraq says the country’s military forces are keeping the remaining ISIS militants from coordinating attacks.
A double-suicide attack in Baghdad leaves at least 38 dead and 94 others injured in the city’s second bombing in only three days. The twin bombing happened Monday in the central part of the city.
The Trump administration denounces the imprisonment of thousands of protesters in Iran. In a statement, the White House expressed concern over the imprisonments, torture, and killings of demonstrators.
President Trump praises the relationship between the U.S. and Norway during a joint press conference with the country’s Prime Minister Erna Solberg on Wednesday. The President expressed confidence Norway will meet the two percent GDP defense obligation to NATO.
The Pentagon released the identity of the U.S. solider who died earlier this week in Iraq, while supporting the coalition against ISIS.
Iran’s Ayatollah is criticizing the U.S. government, saying it’s one of the most corrupt regimes in the world and went on to directly insult President Trump. The comments by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei came in a speech on Wednesday, where he called the U.S. Iran’s “main enemy.”