1. Hoping for $100 Billion to Rebuild, Iraq Got Less Than a Third Foreign, February 14

    And much of the total came not in grants but in loans, guarantees and investments. Regional officials nevertheless proclaimed the donor event a success.

  2. Iraq Wants $88 Billion for Rebuilding. Allies Offer a Fraction of That. Foreign, February 13

    A lukewarm response by potential donors, including the United States, at a fund-raising conference threatens efforts to stabilize the war-torn country.

  3. Outraged by the Attacks on Yazidis? It Is Time to Help. Op Ed, February 10

    Empathy is not enough for me and other women brutalized by the Islamic State. We need the chance to revive our homeland.

  4. Thousands of ISIS Fighters Flee in Syria, Many to Fight Another Day Washington, February 4

    As some militants go into hiding and others slip into Turkey, the flow risks tarnishing American declarations that the Islamic State has been largely defeated.

  5. ISIS Is Weakened, but Iraq Election Could Unravel Hard-Won Stability Foreign, January 30

    Prime Minister Abadi is a national hero, but in Iraq’s tricky sectarian system, that doesn’t mean he will win the election.

  6. Strava Fitness App Can Reveal Military Sites, Analysts Say Foreign, January 29

    A global map published by the company shows users’ movements and is said to expose data about bases and personnel, including those of U.S. forces in Iraq and Syria.

  7. A Journey Into Iraqi Kurdistan Travel, January 29

    Ancient fortresses, crisp mountain streams, curious people and healing cities: Travelers are discovering the Kurdish Region of Iraq, a place of great beauty, haunted by war.

  8. Military Ordered to Notify A.C.L.U. Before Transferring American ISIS Suspect Washington, January 24

    The man was captured in Syria as a suspected Islamic State fighter, and his case has raised novel issues about the rights of American citizens.