1. The Iraqi Spy Who Infiltrated ISIS Foreign, August 12

    The story of the mole who posed as a jihadist in the Islamic State, and the most important antiterrorism agency that most people have never heard of.

  2. British Museum to Return Looted Antiquities to Iraq Arts & Leisure, August 10

    The items, which include clay cones with cuneiform inscriptions, were seized by the British police in 2003 from a now-defunct London art dealer.

  3. War Without End Magazine, August 8

    The Pentagon’s failed campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan left a generation of soldiers with little to fight for but one another.

  4. Justice Dept. Investigating Claims That Drug Companies Funded Terrorism in Iraq Washington, July 31

    In a filing, AstraZeneca said the case was related to a suit that accused five companies of giving the Iraqi health ministry drugs and devices that were then sold to fund attacks.

  5. After Protests, Iraq’s Leader Suspends Electricity Minister Over Blackouts Foreign, July 29

    Despite billions of dollars spent since the 2003 United States-led invasion, many Iraqi cities and towns experience severe power cuts and rolling blackouts.

  6. Picturing Iraq in a Bygone Era Photo, July 16

    When his career began in the 1950s, Latif Al Ani captured scenes of Iraqi life in a more innocent time.