Trump's action against a key ally in the fight against ISIS has caused anger and confusion in Baghdad.
Washington says it has "credible" information of threats to compounds frequented by Westerners.
It's hard to see Trump or Clinton pulling out once the primary fight against ISIS is won.
An exodus of 700,000 refugees may overwhelm plans for providing humanitarian aid.
Getting rid of Bashar al-Assad would make life easier for the jihadis, who are more resilient and organized than the "moderate" rebels.
Displaced residents are still waiting for Iraqi city's streets and buildings to be cleared after troops routed the Islamic State.
An operation is underway to retake the city of Mosul from ISIS.
Saturday's suicide bombing was the worst since the U.S.-led invasion in 2003.
Now Iraqi forces have captured the city, the coalition will cast its eyes toward grander prizes.
Lost American lives in Fallujah would not have been in vain if the Iraqi military retake the city, say veterans.
The group may now use guerrilla warfare and turn its attention to attacking civilian targets.
Troops are attempting to clear ISIS out of Qayara to provide a staging ground for an offensive on militant group's de facto capital, Mosul.
Iraq arrests more than 500 suspected ISIS members trying to sneak out with civilians since operation began.
Iraqi forces and Shi'ite militias have the ISIS-held Iraqi city nearly surrounded.
Aid groups have warned of a "human catastrophe" in the city as heavy clashes continue.
Iraqi leader Haider al-Abadi calls on militant group "to flee" as assault on stronghold begins.
Four men run into mall after a car bomb explodes outside the complex in eastern Baghdad.
Governor of Anbar is "excited" at the prospect of recapturing Anbar's provincial capital, says spokesman.
Terror group detonate seven simultaneous car bombs in city west of Baghdad.