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  • Bush opposes Dems' Iraq troop timetable Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - 41 minutes ago
    President Bush traded ideas on Iraq with a bipartisan commission Monday and promised to work with the incoming Democratic majority toward "common objectives." At the same time, he renewed his opposition to any timetable for withdrawing U.S. troops.

  • U.S. warns Iraq to stop Shiite militias Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - 1 hour, 19 minutes ago
    The U.S. Central Command chief confronted Iraq's prime minister on Monday over how Iraqi forces would halt raging violence and signaled a possible prelude to shifts in American policy on engaging Iran and Syria.

  • Bush, After Talk With Iraq Panel, Says He?s Open to Change, but ... Open this result in new window
    New York Times - 1 hour, 51 minutes ago
    The president he is open to new ideas but that options are limited in Iraq because of the ?conditions on the ground.?

  • Bush meets with panel on Iraq, but not on policy Open this result in new window
    USA Today - 1 hour, 15 minutes ago
    The bipartisan Iraq Study Group spent Monday at the White House meeting with President Bush and his top advisers as the panel winds down its search for consensus on what to do next in Iraq.

  • In Call for More Troops, McCain Places His Bet on Iraq Open this result in new window
    New York Times - 1 hour, 45 minutes ago
    Senator John McCain, Republican of Arizona, has all but announced his intention to run for president, and his position on Iraq could be a major complication for him.

  • Blair presses for rethink in Iraq, warns Iran Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 6:21 PM
    British Prime Minister Tony Blair called for a change in strategy in violence-torn Iraq, in particular warning Iran to stop aiding insurgents there and elsewhere.

  • U.S. Catholic Bishops Call for 'Honest Dialogue' on Iraq Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - 2 hours, 31 minutes ago
    BALTIMORE, Nov. 13 -- The president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops said Monday that the United States should keep its troops in Iraq only as long as they are contributing to a "responsible transition" to Iraqi rule.

  • U.S. bishops call for 'responsible' Iraq withdrawal Open this result in new window
    USA Today - Nov 13 6:30 PM
    The nation's Roman Catholic bishops, on record for years opposing the Iraq war, approved a statement Monday saying U.S. troops should remain in Iraq "only as long as their presence contributes to a responsible transition."

  • PM Blair to speak via video link to U.S. Iraq policy review Open this result in new window
    USA Today - Nov 13 4:28 PM
    The West should press Iran to help stem bloodshed in neighboring Iraq and build stability across the Middle East, British Prime Minister Tony Blair said in a major foreign policy speech Monday.

  • Vietnam's lessons for Iraq Open this result in new window
    USA Today - Nov 13 5:15 PM
    Vietnam's lessons for Iraq

  • Bush cool to asking Iran, Syria to help on Iraq Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 4:00 PM
    President George W. Bush, searching for a new approach in Iraq, expressed little enthusiasm on Monday for seeking Syrian and Iranian help to calm Iraq as he cautioned Democrats against quick U.S. troop reductions.

  • Weakened Bush firm on Iran, Syria, Iraq Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 4:10 PM
    US President George W. Bush, sticking to his guns despite a stinging election defeat, rejected calls for new overtures to Iran and Syria and opposed a fixed timetable for a US withdrawal from Iraq.

  • US Catholic leader urges responsible Iraq debate Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 3:35 PM
    A top US Roman Catholic bishop said rising sectarian violence in Iraq makes a "responsible transition" urgent and criticized "shrill" and "divisive" US debate on the issue.

  • Bills would keep US auditor in Iraq: lawmakers Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 4:27 PM
    US lawmakers submitted bills to keep an auditor in Iraq to monitor reconstruction spending, after the office was to be closed in October 2007.

  • Iraq study group queries Bush Open this result in new window
    International Herald Tribune - 2 hours, 56 minutes ago
    The U.S. president said he is open to new ideas but that options are limited in Iraq because of the "conditions on the ground."

  • Iraq allies urge Bush to turn to Iran, Syria Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 2:07 PM
    President George W. Bush, searching for a new approach in Iraq, expressed little enthusiasm on Monday for seeking Syrian and Iranian help to calm Iraq as he also cautioned Democrats against quick U.S. troop reductions.

  • U.S. military deaths in Iraq hit 2,852 Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 4:15 PM
    As of Monday, Nov. 13, 2006, at least 2,852 members of the U.S. military have died since the beginning of the Iraq war in March 2003, according to an Associated Press count. The figure includes seven military civilians. At least 2,285 died as a result of hostile action, according to the military's numbers.

  • U.S. lawmakers want to keep Iraq watchdog alive Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 2:56 PM
    Congress is likely to pass legislation to keep alive the federal agency set up to monitor waste and corruption in the reconstruction of Iraq, Sen. Carl Levin of Michigan said on Monday.

  • Bush meets with, praises Iraq panel Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 1:51 PM
    President Bush on Monday praised a bipartisan commission on Iraq for asking him good questions but said "I'm not going to prejudge" the report the panel soon will issue. He pledged to search with victorious Democrats in Congress for a consensus on how best to proceed.

  • Leaders of Iraq Study Group Query Bush Open this result in new window
    New York Times - Nov 13 1:08 PM
    President Bush promised to keep an open mind when the bipartisan commission studying the war in Iraq submits its recommendations.

  • Bishops want dialogue on Iraq Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 2:12 PM
    The head of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops urged national policymakers Monday to leave behind the campaign season's "shrill and shallow debate" over Iraq and help end sectarian violence, so that citizens of the war-torn nation can find peace.

  • US Congress resumes with Iraq topping agenda Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 12:17 PM
    The US Congress focused on the way forward in Iraq, as it returned from a weeks-long recess for midterm elections which saw a major power shift from President George W. Bush's Republicans to opposition Democrats.

  • Bush meets Iraq panel but rejects pullout timetable Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 11:31 AM
    US President George W. Bush met with a heavyweight commission tasked with recommending new ways to fight the Iraq war but reiterated his opposition to a fixed timetable for a US withdrawal.

  • Iraq's Top Justice: Progress Being Made Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Nov 13 11:40 AM
    CONCORD, N.H. -- Despite threats against the lives of judges and their families, Iraq's judicial system is making progress, the country's chief justice said during a visit to New Hampshire.

  • A closer look at the Iraq group Open this result in new window
    USA Today - Nov 13 12:01 PM
    A closer look at the Iraq group

  • Blair challenges Iran and Syria to help in Iraq Open this result in new window
    CNN.com - Nov 13 11:06 AM
    LONDON, England (Reuters) -- British Prime Minister Tony Blair challenged Iran and Syria on Monday to help stabilize Iraq or face isolation as Washington and London review their strategy in Iraq.

  • Bush meets members of group on Iraq Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 10:48 AM
    President George W. Bush cautioned Democrats wanting to reduce the U.S. troop presence in Iraq to consider conditions on the ground as he met on Monday with a bipartisan group expected to offer a plan for changing course in Iraq.

  • Ten die on Baghdad bus as Iraq mulls new cabinet Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 10:54 AM
    At least 10 people died in a Baghdad bus bombing, as Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki was expected to carry out a sweeping cabinet reshuffle in a bid to address some of Iraq's myriad problems.

  • Bush Hears New Perspectives On Iraq Open this result in new window
    CBS News - 12 minutes ago
    The president and other top White House officials met in the Oval Office with a bipartisan panel studying the war in Iraq to discuss new ways for achieving peace. The group is expected to release its findings by the end of the year.

  • Rumsfeld to meet with Iraq study group Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 11:35 AM
    Ousted US Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld was scheduled to meet at the White House with a bipartisan group charged with recommending changes in course in Iraq, a Pentagon spokesman said.

  • Bush broker Baker sizes up Iraq Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 11:15 AM
    Shrewd political fixer, Washington insider and Bush family loyalist, James Baker is approaching the crunch-point of his toughest mission yet: finding a way out of the morass in Iraq.

  • On Iraq report, no 'prejudging' Open this result in new window
    International Herald Tribune - Nov 13 1:45 PM
    President Bush met Monday with the members of a bipartisan commission studying the war in Iraq, and he vowed to work with the incoming Democratic majority in Congress as it explores ways to resolve the conflict.

  • Bush, panel meet on course of Iraq war Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 9:13 AM
    President Bush, after meeting Monday with a bipartisan group seeking consensus on a new approach for the war in Iraq, said "I'm not going to prejudge" the report the panel soon will issue.

  • As Vietnam trip nears, Bush rejects Iraq link Open this result in new window
    USA Today - Nov 13 8:51 AM
    President Bush travels this week to the site of an old military conflict casting a shadow over the United States and Iraq: Vietnam.

  • Top Marine: No Plan For Post-Saddam Iraq Open this result in new window
    CBS News - 1 hour, 27 minutes ago
    In an exclusive interview, departing Marine Commandant Gen. Mike Hagee tells CBS News' David Martin that even in the initial march to Baghdad in the U.S. invasion of Iraq, there was no plan for what to do after Saddam Hussein fell.

  • Iraq consultations force Rice to delay departure for Vietnam Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 9:00 AM
    US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice postponed her planned departure for the Asia-Pacific summit in Vietnam to participate in a series of meetings on US policy in Iraq, her spokesman said.

  • New Senate leaders look for US pullout from Iraq in 4-6 months Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 8:27 AM
    Newly powerful Democratic lawmakers called for US troops to begin pulling out of Iraq in the next four to six months.

  • Schofield Soldier Killed In Iraq Fighting Open this result in new window
    KITV TheHawaiiChannel.com via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 8:43 AM
    A soldier based at Schofield Barracks was killed last week in fighting in Iraq, according to the Department of Defense.

  • Study Hard, Iraq Is No Easy 'A' Open this result in new window
    CBS News - 2 hours, 11 minutes ago
    As the bipartisan Iraq Study Group meets with President Bush, Harry Smith says no one should expect an easy answer to this monumental test.

  • Bush meets with Iraq advice panel Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 7:45 AM
    US President George W. Bush, under pressure to pull US forces from Iraq, met with a heavyweight panel expected to unveil far-reaching recommendations next month for winning the war.

  • Turk abducted in Iraq reportedly killed Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 8:17 AM
    A Turkish man abducted by a militant group in Iraq has been killed, the Turkish Foreign Ministry said Monday.

  • Rice delays trip to Vietnam to attend Iraq meetings Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 7:49 AM
    Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has postponed her departure to Vietnam for an Asia-Pacific gathering to attend U.S. government meetings on Iraq, the State Department said on Monday.

  • Study Group Weighs Options for Stabilizing Iraq Open this result in new window
    NPR - Nov 13 4:58 PM
    President Bush on Monday held closed-door talks with members of a bipartisan panel expected to pressure him to shift course in Iraq in the face of growing violence and instability there.

  • Bush to meet with Iraq panels as Democrats urge withdrawal Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 5:17 AM
    US President George W. Bush is set to meet with a bipartisan panel of foreign policy experts working on recommendations about US strategy in Iraq as leading lawmakers urge a phased withdrawal of US troops beginning in four or six months.

  • Aide: Bush open to talks, not timetables in meeting bipartisan Iraq group Open this result in new window
    USA Today - Nov 13 5:00 AM
    Responding to a humbling election, White House aides said Sunday that President Bush would welcome new ideas about the unpopular war in Iraq but the administration opposes a Democratic timetable for bringing U.S. troops home.

  • Poll: most want troops home from Iraq within a year Open this result in new window
    Rasmussen Reports via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 5:57 AM
    Twenty-eight percent (28%) of America's voters want U.S. troops brought home from Iraq immediately. Another 26% want a firm timetable established for the military forces to come home within a year. A Rasmussen Reports national opinion survey also found that 32% believe that the troops should remain in Iraq until the mission there is completed. Seven percent (7%) don't like any of those options

  • Blair to urge Syria, Iran to help on Iraq Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 5:10 AM
    British Prime Minister Tony Blair will call on Monday for Iran and Syria to join efforts to stem violence in Iraq as Washington and London review their strategy in response to growing opposition to their involvement there.

  • Study Group Weighs Options for Stabilizing Iraq Open this result in new window
    NPR - Nov 13 3:40 PM
    A bipartisan panel tasked with finding fresh approaches to Iraq meets this week with White House policymakers and British Prime Minister Tony Blair. The final report, expected next month, will likely call for major policy shifts.

  • Stage Set for Iraq Policy Shift Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Nov 13 4:10 AM
    Democratic control of the House and possibly the Senate, combined with the resignation of Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld, has set the stage for a dramatic shift in the Bush administration's policy toward the Iraq war, lawmakers and experts said. The contours of a new policy are not clear, but...

  • Iraq colors House leadership fight Open this result in new window
    MSNBC - Nov 13 3:43 PM
    The new Democratic majority in the House hit the ground squabbling Monday in a leadership struggle that could significantly shape the debate over the course of the war in Iraq. MSNBCs Alex Johnson reports.

  • Cleric al-Sadr may hold Iraq's future in his hands Open this result in new window
    USA Today - Nov 13 4:35 AM
    Muqtada al-Sadr, the anti-American cleric President Bush once dismissed as the head of a "band of thugs," has emerged as one of the most powerful forces in Iraq, commanding a large militia and a growing political organization.

  • Soldiers in Iraq Say Pullout Would Have Devastating Results Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Nov 13 3:52 AM
    FORWARD OPERATING BASE SYKES, Iraq, Nov. 5 -- For the U.S. troops fighting in Iraq, the war is alternately violent and hopeful, sometimes very hot and sometimes very cold. It is dusty and muddy, calm and chaotic, deafeningly loud and eerily quiet.

  • Developments in Iraq on November 6, 2006 Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Nov 13 4:30 AM
    -- Developments in Iraq on Monday:

  • Blair to Address U.S. Panel On Iraq, Middle East Policy Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Nov 13 4:11 AM
    LONDON, Nov. 11 -- Prime Minister Tony Blair will speak via video link with officials from the Iraq Study Group on Tuesday to discuss "U.K. ideas on Iraq and the Middle East," a Blair spokeswoman said Saturday.

  • As Iraq unravels, many ideas but no magic bullet Open this result in new window
    USATODAY.com via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 4:10 AM
    As Iraq unravels, many ideas but no magic bullet

  • Pentagon to Reevaluate Strategy and Goals in Iraq Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Nov 13 3:16 AM
    The Pentagon is conducting a major review of the military's Iraq strategy to determine "what's going wrong and should be changed" to attain U.S. objectives in the war-torn country, the nation's top general said yesterday.

  • Possible Iraq Deployments Would Stretch Reserve Force Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Nov 13 3:51 AM
    The Army's National Guard and Reserve are bracing for possible new and accelerated call-ups, spurred by high demand for U.S. troops in Iraq, that leaders caution could undermine the citizen-soldier force as it struggles to rebuild.

  • Bipartisan panel advises Bush on Iraq Open this result in new window
    Atlanta Journal-Constitution - 1 hour, 38 minutes ago
    Washington Seeking a new course in the grinding war in Iraq, President Bush met Monday with former Secretary of State James Baker and other members of the bipartisan Iraq Study Group that is assessing options. Bush said "I'm not going to prejudge" the report the panel will issue, but he said the goal remains an Iraq "that can sustain, govern and defend itself and serve as an ally in this war on

  • Eagleburger to join U.S. Iraq study group Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Nov 13 4:35 AM
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Lawrence Eagleburger, who briefly served as secretary of state under President George W. Bush's father, will replace Defense secretary-designate Bob Gates on the blue-ribbon study group that is expected to recommend a new U.S. approach to Iraq.

  • Iraq Cancels Leave Before Saddam Verdict Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Nov 13 4:06 AM
    BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Iraq canceled leave Friday for all military officers two days before an expected verdict _ and possible death sentence _ in the trial of Saddam Hussein. For the second time this week, a top Bush administration official huddled with the Iraqi prime minister.

  • White House Seeks New Approach On Iraq Open this result in new window
    CBS News - Nov 13 2:02 PM
    New ideas and a fresh approach on achieving peace in Iraq appear to be on President Bush's agenda this week. The president and other top White House officials will meet with a bipartisan panel studying the war in Iraq.

  • Court Hears of American's Iraq Sentence Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Nov 13 4:31 AM
    WASHINGTON -- An American facing a death sentence in Iraq turned to the Supreme Court Monday in a late effort to keep the military from handing him over to Iraqi authorities.

  • Rumsfeld Speaks on Iraq and Legacy Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Nov 13 3:57 AM
    Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld, in his first public remarks since announcing his resignation, acknowledged yesterday that progress in the Iraq war has been too slow and said history will judge his effectiveness at the helm of the Pentagon.

  • Bush, panel to meet on course of Iraq war Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 3:44 AM
    Bearing down on a plan for peace, the bipartisan panel studying the war in Iraq faces rising expectations, with the public restless for change and political leaders eager for some help.

  • Contractors Rarely Held Responsible for Misdeeds in Iraq Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Nov 13 4:06 AM
    The list of alleged contractor misdeeds in Iraq has grown long in the past 3 1/2 years. Yet when it comes to holding companies accountable, the charges seldom stick.

  • Five More U.S. Troops Killed in Iraq Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Nov 13 3:52 AM
    Two American soldiers were killed aboard a helicopter that crashed in Iraq today, and three U.S. service members died over the weekend from fighting in the country's volatile Anbar province, the U.S. military said.

  • Iraq readies new cabinet as suicide blast kills 10 Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 2:33 AM
    Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki is soon to call new names for his sweeping cabinet reshuffle to address the dysfunctional government's inability to deal with the myriad problems wracking Iraq.

  • Seven U.S. Service Members Killed in Iraq Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Nov 13 3:49 AM
    Seven U.S. service members died yesterday in Iraq due to enemy action, the U.S. military said today.

  • Lieberman a Wild Card in Iraq Policy Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Nov 13 3:17 AM
    Voters seemed to be speaking loudly and clearly about Iraq last week when they elected war critics such as Bernard Sanders of Vermont, Sherrod Brown of Ohio and James Webb of Virginia to the Senate.

  • Bush Says U.S. Pullout Would Let Iraq Radicals Use Oil as a Weapon Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Nov 13 2:14 AM
    GREELEY, Colo., Nov. 4 -- During the run-up to the invasion of Iraq, President Bush and his aides sternly dismissed suggestions that the war was all about oil. "Nonsense," Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld declared. "This is not about that," said White House spokesman Ari Fleischer.

  • Cheney Vows 'Full Speed Ahead' on Iraq War Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Nov 13 2:14 AM
    COLORADO SPRINGS, Nov. 3 -- The Bush administration is determined to continue "full speed ahead" with its policy in Iraq, regardless of Tuesday's midterm elections, Vice President Cheney said Friday.

  • US Cannot Be Iraq's Security Blanket, Says Levin Open this result in new window
    Crosswalk.com - 22 minutes ago
    (CNSNews.com) - Outlining his priorities for a Senate Armed Services Committee under Democratic control, the lawmaker in line to chair the committee said Monday that changing direction in Iraq was at the top of the list.

  • U.S. citizen can be given to Iraq for execution Open this result in new window
    MSNBC - Nov 13 1:28 PM
    The Supreme Court refused Monday to intervene to keep an American facing a death sentence in Iraq from being handed over to authorities in Baghdad.

  • Springs Marine dies from Iraq wounds Open this result in new window
    Rocky Mountain News - Nov 13 5:57 PM
    A Marine from Colorado Springs died over the weekend from wounds he suffered during combat operations in Iraq, the Department of Defense announced Tuesday.

  • White House rebuffs call for troop withdrawal in Iraq Open this result in new window
    CNN.com - Nov 13 12:37 AM
    With a top Democrat calling for a "phased redeployment" of U.S. troops in Iraq, President Bush met Monday with a commission studying the war and said conditions in Iraq, not politics, would dictate troop levels there.

  • Howard backs Syria, Iran talks on Iraq Open this result in new window
    CNN.com - Nov 13 12:51 AM
    SYDNEY, Australia (Reuters) -- Australian Prime Minister John Howard said on Monday talks should be held with Syria and Iran on ending the violence in Iraq, lending support to a British proposal to engage both nations despite U.S. criticism.

  • U.S. steps up pressure on Iraq Open this result in new window
    Newsday - 1 hour, 30 minutes ago
    The U.S. Central Command chief confronted Iraq's prime minister yesterday over how Iraqi forces would halt raging violence and signaled a possible prelude to shifts in American policy on engaging Iran and Syria.

  • Blair Says Stabilizing Iraq Requires Engaging Whole Middle East Open this result in new window
    Bloomberg.com - Nov 13 11:05 AM
    Nov. 13 (Bloomberg) -- U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair said stabilizing Iraq requires engaging nations across the Middle East, pressing the U.S. to open more diplomatic channels 3 1/2 years after Saddam Hussein was toppled.

  • Bush's advisers adopt new tone on Iraq Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - Nov 13 12:30 AM
    Responding to a humbling election, White House aides said Sunday that President Bush would welcome new ideas about the unpopular war in Iraq, even from Democrats he had branded as soft on terrorism.

  • Study Group Weighs Options for Stabilizing Iraq Open this result in new window
    NPR - Nov 13 3:34 PM
    NPR.org , November 13, 2006 President Bush on Monday held closed-door talks with members of a bipartisan panel expected to pressure him to shift course in Iraq in the face of growing violence and instability there.

  • Catholic bishops speak out on Iraq, OK clergy sex abuse study Open this result in new window
    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - 31 minutes ago
    BALTIMORE -- The president of the U.S. Catholic bishops has urged the government to put aside partisan politics in order to achieve a "responsible transition in Iraq."

  • Predators Keep Insurgents In View by Senior Airman Josh Moshier Balad Air Base, Iraq (AFNS) Nov 14, 2006 Open this result in new window
    Space War - Nov 13 5:02 PM
    Moving silently high in the sky, Balad AB's MQ-1 Predator Unmanned Aerial Vehicles patrol the landscape below scaning for any signs of insurgent activity around Iraq. Back on the ground tucked away in a dark room full of computer monitors, TV screens, keyboards and joysticks, members of the 46th Expeditionary Reconnaissance Squadron monitor the images sent down by the bird above.

  • Blair challenges Iran and Syria to help on Iraq Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News - Nov 13 6:15 PM
    Prime Minister Tony Blair challenged Iran and Syria on Monday to help stabilise Iraq or face isolation as Washington and London review their strategy in the face of growing opposition to their presence in Iraq.

  • Blair issues challenge on helping Iraq Open this result in new window
    Stuff - Nov 13 5:52 PM
    LONDON: British Prime Minister Tony Blair has challenged Iran and Syria to help stabilise Iraq or face isolation as Washington and London review their strategy in the face of growing opposition to their presence in Iraq.

  • Blair to brief US panel on Iraq Open this result in new window
    PA via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News - 2 hours, 42 minutes ago
    Tony Blair will give evidence privately to a US inquiry which is reviewing American policy in Iraq.

  • Blair To Unveil UK Plans On Iraq Open this result in new window
    Sky News via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News - 2 hours, 39 minutes ago
    Tony Blair will give evidence privately today to a US inquiry which is reviewing American policy in Iraq.

  • Senators Debate Changes in U.S Strategy Toward Iraq Open this result in new window
    The Online NewsHour - Nov 13 5:40 PM
    President Bush met with members of the bipartisan Iraq Study Group Monday to discuss the situation on the ground, as some Democrats called for a phased troop pullout. Two senior senators debate recalling U.S. forces.

  • Blake Fleetwood: Iraq, Iraq, Iraq -- The Elephant Nobody Wants To See Open this result in new window
    HuffingtonPost - Nov 13 9:31 AM
    The Main Stream Media continues to fall all over themselves to move beyond the obvious issue of Iraq. And they are wrong again. The NYT, WP, LA Times, Time, and Newsweek are straining to find other lessons in the recent elections and are alarmingly repeating the bromides of the Republican Spin machine which is trying to turn Democrats into conservatives: Karl Rove says Iraq had nothing to do

  • Father of soldier refusing Iraq duty will speak in Norfolk Open this result in new window
    The Virginian-Pilot - 2 hours, 13 minutes ago
    NORFOLK - The father of an active-duty Army lieutenant facing court-martial for his refusal to deploy to Iraq with his unit will speak at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the 40th Street Stage, at 809 W. 40th St. . . .

  • Saudi Arabia: Iraq a Major Terror Base Open this result in new window
    ABC News - Nov 13 8:56 AM
    Saudi Arabia's Interior Minister Calls Iraq a Major Base for Terrorism

  • Weighing Options for the Best Exit from Iraq Open this result in new window
    NPR - Nov 13 3:04 PM
    All Things Considered , November 13, 2006 Melissa Block talks with Eliot Cohen, professor of Strategic Studies at the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University, about exit strategies for Iraq.

  • Joshua Scheer: Rep. Kucinich: America Needs Iraq War Hearings Open this result in new window
    HuffingtonPost - Nov 13 8:00 AM
    In an original Truthdig interview , Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio), the potential next chair of the Government Reform Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats, and International Relations, calls for congressional hearings into how and why America invaded Iraq, and demands "accountability" for those who led America into a "war based on lies." (Disclosure: Interviewer Scheer

  • Parties search for plan on Iraq Open this result in new window
    Knoxville News Sentinel - 29 minutes ago
    WASHINGTON - Six days after voters handed Congress to Democrats, President Bush and Democratic leaders both spoke of the importance of seeking common ground on Iraq - then went their separate ways.

  • Bush's Advisers Adopt New Tone on Iraq Open this result in new window
    ABC News - Nov 13 8:56 AM
    Bush, Security Team Plan to Meet With Bipartisan Iraq Study Group on Setting New Course in War

  • Iraq judge meets with N.H. judges Open this result in new window
    WCAX 3 - 11 minutes ago
    CONCORD, N.H. (AP) _ Under tight security at New Hampshire's Supreme Court, Iraq's top judge told 200 people his country's judicial system is making progress.Madhat Al-Mahmood said last night that they are looking at the constitution and what affects judges' independence.Recently retired New Hampshire Supreme Court Justice Joseph Nadeau, who has been advising judges in Iraq, arranged the

  • Turk Abducted in Iraq Reportedly Killed Open this result in new window
    ABC News - Nov 13 8:57 AM
    Turkish Foreign Ministry Says Turk Who Was Abducted in Iraq Has Been Killed

  • Iraq may be a military headache, but it's a contractor's dream Open this result in new window
    World Tribune - Nov 13 5:08 PM
    LONDON Iraq remains a huge market for private military contractors. A new study said Iraq has become the focus in the growth of the private defense services market.

  • Danes on trial over Iraq secrets Open this result in new window
    BBC News - Nov 13 6:37 AM
    Three Danish journalists go on trial charged with publishing secrets about Iraq's pre-war weapons programme.

  • War, Pollution Endangering Iraq River Open this result in new window
    ABC News - Nov 13 8:57 AM
    War, Pollution and Politics Endangering Iraq's Storied Tigris River

  • Bush Hears New Perspectives On Iraq Open this result in new window
    CBS 2 New York - Nov 13 4:09 PM
    President Bush met Monday with a bipartisan group seeking consensus on a new approach for the war in Iraq amid widespread agreement that the administration's current efforts have not worked well enough or fast enough. CBS News: Battle For Iraq