Crisis in Iraq as ISIS Battles for Control

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It has been another day of fierce fighting in Iraq where the Sunni militant group, ISIS, is battling Iraqi government forces for control. Meanwhile as the fight moves closer to the capital, Baghdad, the United States is sending a few hundred military personnel to help secure its embassy. The prime minister of Iraq’s Kurdish region is warning that the country is at risk of falling apart.

Tony Cheng joins Anand Naidoo from Erbil, Iraq for an update.

Tony Cheng on the latest from Iraq

Tony Cheng on the latest from Iraq

Tony Cheng repots from Erbil where the Sunni militant group, ISIS, is battling Iraqi government forces for control.
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Ambassador Paul Bremer, U.S. presidential envoy to Iraq in 2003-2004, joins Anand Naidoo to discuss the impact ISIS will have on the region.

Ambassador Bremer on the Crisis in Iraq

Ambassador Bremer on the Crisis in Iraq

Ambassador Paul Bremer, U.S. presidential envoy to Iraq from 2003-2004, joins Anand Naidoo to discuss the situation in Iraq as ISIS battles for control.
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Luay Al-Khatteeb, visiting fellow at the Brookings Doha Institute and a Senior Adviser to the Iraqi Parliament, joins Anand Naidoo from London to discuss the raging conflict in Iraq where the militant group ISIS is battling for control of the country.

Luay Al-Khatteeb on the Conflict in Iraq

Luay Al-Khatteeb on the Conflict in Iraq

Luay Al-Khatteeb, Senior Advisor to the Iraqi Parliament, joins Anand Naidoo from London to discuss the conflict in Iraq, where the ISIS battles for control.
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