Iraqi civil war
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Iraqi civil war may refer to:
- Iraqi–Kurdish conflict (1918–2003), wars and rebellions by Iraqi Kurds against the government
- 1991 uprisings in Iraq, rebellions in Iraq during a ceasefire in the Gulf War
- Iraqi Kurdish Civil War (1994–97), conflict between rival Kurdish factions in Iraqi Kurdistan
- 1999 Shia uprising in Iraq, short period of unrest after Mohammad Mohammad Sadeq al-Sadr was killed
- Iraq War (2003–11), war that began with the U.S. invasion of Iraq
- Iraqi insurgency (2003–11), insurgent opposition to occupying forces and the Iraqi government
- Iraqi Civil War (2006-08), a bloody sectarian civil war between the Iraqi government and Al-Qaeda in Iraq (Now known as ISIS)
- Sectarian violence in Iraq (2006–07), a Sectarian violence that happened during the Iraqi Civil War (Part of the Iraq War) in 2006-2007
- Iraqi insurgency (2011–14), escalation of insurgent and sectarian violence after the U.S. withdrew
- Iraqi Civil War (2014–present), attacks and conflicts involving ISIL
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