Turkey’s purge hurts fight against Isis

Focus on Gulenists weakens the country’s ability to confront the jihadis, writes David Gardner

Thousands of Sadr supporters defy army

Shia cleric’s spokesman issues demands including sacking the PM

Isis says top military commander killed

Loss of ‘minister of war’ could hit jihadi force’s morale

Isis is not yet on the run

The scale of the jihadis’ ambition should not be underestimated

MOSUL, IRAQ - MARCH 24: Forces under Joint Mosul Command begin first phase of Operation Conquest to retake Iraq's Mosul from the terrorist organization Daesh on March 24, 2016. (Photo by Hemn Baban/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
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Pentagon to send more troops to Iraq

Extra forces expected to help Iraqis retake Mosul from Isis

Blair to face Iraq contempt motion in Commons

Corbyn likely to back move to censure former PM

Attack on Shia shrine kills 37 in Iraq

Families targeted at holiday marking end of Ramadan

We were all Blairites in an innocent era

The former UK prime minister symbolises a second Jazz Age followed by crisis and war

UK Troops In Basra...BASRA, IRAQ - APRIL 6: (U.S. SALES ONLY) British soldiers from Britain's Desert Rats secure a factory unit April 6, 2003 in Basra, Iraq. British forces are pushing forward into Iraqi's second city, the majority of which is now under their control. (Photo by Mirrorpix/ Getty Images)
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Britain’s Iraq humiliations laid bare

Cabinet and Whitehall underestimated task of occupying Iraq

We must target Isis’s poisonous politics

Jihadists strike in Saudi Arabia and Bangladesh as they lose ground in Iraq, says David Gardner

Howard defends Australia role in Iraq war

Former PM says there were errors in intelligence but ‘no lie’

Chilcot exposes the ruinous road to war

This is a withering critique of what led to conflict in Iraq

Inquiry reveals UK fears over Iraq deals

US pledged oil contracts to Russian companies to overcome Moscow’s opposition to invasion

Chastened Blair stands his ground

Former PM says he would take the same decision again

Chilcot: The government hid the legal case

Legal advice was not circulated, even at cabinet level

Chilcot — Blair rebuked over Iraq war

‘I will be with you, whatever’, memos show former PM promised George W Bush

Chilcot report — Blair’s memos to Bush

Notes reveal prime minister’s hopes and fears for new world order

Indictment of Blair’s failures over Iraq

Chilcot’s report cannot be accused of pulling its punches

Chilcot report means little to Iraqis

Findings will give no comfort to a country plunged into an endless cycle of violence and instability

Chilcot will change few minds on Iraq

The findings will bring comfort to both sides

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