Ben Van Heuvelen

Iraq Oil Report

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Managing editor of the Iraq Oil Report

Ben Van Heuvelen on KCRW

ISIS, the Islamic State, has been losing territory in Iraq.

Truck Bombs Kill More than 90 in Sadr City, Iraq

ISIS, the Islamic State, has been losing territory in Iraq.

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US airstrikes helped Kurdish and Yazidi fighters retake the northern Iraqi city of Sinjar from ISIS today.

Kurds Re-Take Iraqi City from ISIS

US airstrikes helped Kurdish and Yazidi fighters retake the northern Iraqi city of Sinjar from ISIS today.

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As President Obama talked with Congressional leaders about possible air strikes, soldiers from the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria reportedly  took control of Iraq’s biggest oil…

The Biggest Oil Refinery in Iraq

As President Obama talked with Congressional leaders about possible air strikes, soldiers from the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria reportedly took control of Iraq’s biggest oil…

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