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  • U.S., Iraq moving more troops into Baghdad Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - 35 minutes ago
    The U.S. and Iraq are moving thousands of troops into Baghdad to bolster Iraq's war-weary capital in what the White House suggests is an acknowledgment that the six-week U.S.-Iraqi security offensive is not working.

  • Our Corner of Iraq Open this result in new window
    New York Times - 28 minutes ago
    While the Bush administration professes a commitment to Iraqs unity, it has no intention of undertaking the major effort required to put the country together again.

  • Shiite Party Leader Outlines 4 Steps for Iraq to Curb Violence Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - 27 minutes ago
    BAGHDAD, July 24 -- The leader of Iraq's most powerful political party said Monday that Iraqis should band together and take up arms to protect their homes and neighborhoods against widespread lawlessness.

  • Japan ends Iraq troop mission with no shots fired Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! News - 46 minutes ago
    The last contingent of Japanese ground troops based in Iraq came home on Tuesday, completing the military's riskiest overseas mission since World War Two without firing a shot or suffering any casualties.

  • Military towns giving rise to Iraq war critics Open this result in new window
    USA Today - 2 hours, 18 minutes ago
    Cupped in a dark green hollow of the Allegheny Mountains, this hard-luck city is far more familiar with floods than the desert. Yet, in a way, it's a crucial battleground of the Iraq war.

  • Japan wraps up military mission to Iraq Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - 2 hours, 51 minutes ago
    The last batch of Japanese troops touched down on Japanese soil Tuesday, wrapping up the country's humanitarian mission inside Iraq, its biggest and most dangerous overseas deployment since World War II.

  • Final batch of Japanese troops returns from Iraq Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - 2 hours, 45 minutes ago
    The final batch of Japanese troops have returned home from Iraq, ending the nation's most significant military operation since World War II, officials said.

  • As violence mounts, so does evidence of civil war in Iraq Open this result in new window
    USA Today - Jul 24 5:18 PM
    As Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki meets Tuesday in Washington with President Bush, the pressing question is whether Iraq is already in a civil war, which could make even minimal U.S. objectives unattainable. By many measures, both quantifiable and anecdotal, it is.

  • U.S. military deaths in Iraq Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - Jul 24 2:26 PM
    As of Monday, July 24, 2006, at least 2,567 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 2,027 died as a result of hostile action, according to the military's numbers.

  • US military plans to maintain current troop levels in Iraq Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Jul 24 1:26 PM
    The US military plans to maintain US forces in Iraq at current levels even as it concentrates more troops in Baghdad to deal with rising violence, a Pentagon spokesman said.

  • Iraq sectarian unrest to top agenda of Cairo meet Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Jul 24 8:00 AM
    The issue of forced displacement amid the sectarian unrest gripping Iraq will top the agenda of preparatory talks due to kick off in Cairo Tuesday for a much-delayed Iraqi reconciliation conference.

  • More US troops for Baghdad as Iraq PM seeks support Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Jul 24 7:12 AM
    Fresh American troops are to be brought into Baghdad, US officers have said, even as Iraq's embattled government insisted it remains on course to gradually take full control of the country's security.

  • Iraq carnage continues as PM heads to U.S. Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - Jul 24 5:02 AM
    Bombs killed more than 60 people and wounded more than 200 Sunday in Baghdad and the northern oil center of Kirkuk a dramatic escalation of violence as U.S. and Iraqi forces crack down on Iraq's most feared Shiite militia.

  • Abizaid Warns That Iraq Could Face Civil War Open this result in new window
    NPR - Jul 24 4:19 PM
    Despite sectarian violence, Iraq will not slide into civil war, says Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. But time is running out. Gen. John Abizaid, the top American commander directing the war, tells NPR the continuing conflict now poses the greatest single threat to Iraq's stability. And military officials say the violence is expected to worsen in the coming weeks.

  • Iraqi PM says foreign troops will not take years to leave Iraq Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Jul 24 4:11 AM
    Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on his first official visit to London, has said his fledgling government was making strides toward ending violence in Iraq and enabling foreign troops to leave.

  • Blair, Iraq PM discuss troop exit Open this result in new window
    CNN.com - Jul 24 2:24 AM
    LONDON, England (AP) -- Britain's prime minister and his Iraqi counterpart are expected to discuss the progress made by Iraq's national government when they meet Monday, officials said.

  • Fort Worth soldier killed in Iraq Open this result in new window
    Houston Chronicle - Jul 24 6:13 PM
    A 35-year-old career military man from Fort Worth was killed in Iraq after being hit by enemy fire, the Army said today.

  • Japan completes Iraq troop withdrawal Open this result in new window
    AAP via Yahoo!7 News - 11 minutes ago
    The last contingent of Japanese ground troops based in Iraq, under the protection of Australian soldiers, has arrived back in Japan.

  • Fort Worth soldier killed in Iraq Open this result in new window
    Dallas Morning News - Jul 24 5:24 PM
    FORT WORTH A 35-year-old career military man from Fort Worth has been killed in Iraq after being hit by enemy fire, the Army said Monday.

  • More Americans Think WMDs Were in Iraq Open this result in new window
    Crosswalk.com - 26 minutes ago
    (CNSNews.com) - According to a recent Harris Poll, a growing number of Americans believe that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction when the United States went to war in March 2003.

  • 60 Killed In Northern Iraq Blasts Open this result in new window
    CBS News - Jul 24 12:24 PM
    Bombs killed more than 60 people and wounded more than 200 in Baghdad and the northern oil center of Kirkuk ? a dramatic escalation of violence as U.S. and Iraqi forces crack down on Iraq's most feared Shiite militia.

  • Mideast Crisis Threatening Iraq Says Maliki by Hannah K. Strange UPI U.K. Correspondent London (UPI) Jul 24, 2006 Open this result in new window
    Space War - 2 hours, 25 minutes ago
    Iraq may sink deeper into chaos and instability if the conflict between Israel and Lebanese Hezbollah is not halted immediately, Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki warned Monday.

  • Abizaid Warns That Iraq Could Face Civil War Open this result in new window
    NPR - Jul 24 2:11 PM
    All Things Considered , July 24, 2006 Despite sectarian violence, Iraq will not slide into civil war, says Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. But time is running out.

  • Bombings Kill at Least 66 in Iraq; Hussein Is Hospitalized After Fast Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Jul 23 10:44 PM
    BAGHDAD, July 23 -- The start of a new week in war-torn Iraq closely resembled the worst days of the previous week, as two bombs in Baghdad's Sadr City neighborhood and a massive charge hidden in a car in the northern city of Kirkuk killed a total of at least 66 Iraqis on Sunday, police and military...

  • Former Pentagon officials accused of fraud in Iraq Open this result in new window
    Times-Reporter - 38 minutes ago
    Two former Pentagon officials, including an acting secretary of the Navy, have been accused of scheming with a banned American contractor to get lucrative rebuilding contracts in Iraq, The Associated Press has learned.

  • Bombings Kill at Least 66 in Iraq; Hussein Is Hospitalized After Fast Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Jul 23 9:17 PM
    BAGHDAD, July 23 -- The start of a new week in war-torn Iraq closely resembled the worst days of the previous week, as two bombs in Baghdad's Sadr City neighborhood and a massive charge hidden in a car in the northern city of Kirkuk killed a total of at least 66 Iraqis on Sunday, police and military officials said.

  • Japan completes withrawal of Iraq troops Open this result in new window
    ABS-CBNNEWS.com - 1 hour, 33 minutes ago
    TOKYO - The final batch of Japanese troops returned home from Iraq on Tuesday, ending the nation's most significant military operation since World War II, officials said.

  • Pentagon going ahead with scheduled deployments to Iraq Open this result in new window
    Army Times - Jul 24 3:28 PM
    The Pentagon is moving ahead with scheduled troop deployments to Iraq next month as the U.S. military struggles to gain control of the escalating violence in Baghdad, according to a senior defense official.

  • Senate Democrats ask for extended debate on Iraq Open this result in new window
    Navy Times - Jul 24 3:49 PM
    Senate Democrats are asking for a postponement in the August congressional recess to allow for an extended debate over the Iraq.

  • Cheney says Iraq withdrawal would encourage al-Qaida Open this result in new window
    WREG-TV Memphis - 1 hour, 37 minutes ago
    SPRINGDALE, Ark. Vice President Dick Cheney says a rapid U-S withdrawal from Iraq, as sought by some Democrats, would only provoke more attacks by al-Qaida on the United States.

  • PM: Iraq not facing civil war Open this result in new window
    MSNBC - Jul 24 7:01 AM
    Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said Monday Iraq will not slide into civil war even as mounting sectarian violence is killing 100 civilians a day and the Sunni Arab party boycotted the first meeting of the Reconciliation Commission.

  • US military targets death squads in Iraq; two American soldiers killed Open this result in new window
    WIS-TV Columbia - 1 hour, 7 minutes ago
    The US military says it's taking a get-tough attitude to the violence in Baghdad. They're targeting death squads and other violence that threatens the fate of Iraq's new government.

  • 3 Iraq Veterans Become Citizens; Bush Beams Open this result in new window
    Local6.com Central Florida - Jul 24 4:01 PM
    Three soldiers injured in Iraq have become U.S. citizens in a ceremony presided over by President George W. Bush.

  • Fort Campbell soldier dies in Iraq Open this result in new window
    Louisville Courier-Journal - Jul 24 3:57 PM
    FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. A 101st Airborne Division soldier was killed in Iraq after being hit by enemy fire, the Army said Monday. Capt. Blake H. Russell, 35, of Fort Worth, Texas died on Saturday. Russell was investigating a possible mortar cache during combat operations in Baghdad when he was killed. He is survived by his wife Bellinda, son Dylan and daughter Haley of Fort Campbell; his mother

  • U.S. Military Deaths in Iraq Open this result in new window
    Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune - Jul 24 3:41 PM
    As of Monday, July 24, 2006, at least 2,565 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 2,027 died as a result of hostile action, according to the military's numbers. The AP count is five more than the Defense Department's tally, last updated Monday at 10

  • Blasts Kill at Least 66 in Iraq; Ailing Hussein in Hospital Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Jul 23 7:28 PM
    BAGHDAD, July 23 -- The start of a new week in war-torn Iraq closely resembled the worst days of the previous week, as two bombs in Baghdad's Sadr City neighborhood and a massive charge hidden in a car in the northern city of Kirkuk killed a total of at least 66 Iraqis on Sunday, police and...

  • Oregon Marine Is The Latest Casualty In Iraq Open this result in new window
    KATU - 2 hours, 58 minutes ago
    RALEIGH, N.C. - A Marine from Oregon is one of the latest casualties in the Iraq war, officials said Monday. Capt. Christopher T. Pate, 29, who was listed from Portland, Ore., died Friday during combat in the Anbar province of Iraq, according to the Marine Corps.

  • Violence escalates in Iraq Open this result in new window
    Australian Broadcasting Corporation - 2 hours, 34 minutes ago
    TONY EASTLEY: While Prime Minister Nouri al Maliki was in London talking to Mr Blair, there was no let-up in the amount of violence in Iraq.

  • Soldiers from Iraq to face Kovco inquiry Open this result in new window
    Sydney Morning Herald - Jul 24 1:56 PM
    The two soldiers who were with Private Jake Kovco when he was fatally shot in Iraq will be brought back to Australia to face the inquiry into his death.

  • Final batch of Japanese troops returns from Iraq Open this result in new window
    TODAYonline - 2 hours, 27 minutes ago
    Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force members arrive at Somagahara military base in Shinto-mura, Gunma Prefecture. The final batch of Japanese troops have returned home from Iraq, ending the nation's most significant military operation since World War II, officials said

  • There is no civil war in Iraq, says Maliki Open this result in new window
    Independent - Jul 24 4:20 PM
    The Iraqi Prime Minister, Nouri al-Maliki, claimed in London yesterday that Iraq was not sliding into a civil war, contradicting senior Iraqi officials in Baghdad who say a brutal sectarian war has already begun.

  • Lights! Camera! Combat! Local troops, instructor train to capture action on Iraq's front lines Open this result in new window
    WKYC Cleveland - Jul 24 6:28 PM
    Lights! Camera! Combat! Local troops, instructor train to capture action on Iraq's front lines

  • The War Tapes' shows Iraq from soldiers' eyes Open this result in new window
    Killeen Daily Herald - 30 minutes ago
    Before the lights went down in Killeen Hollywood 14's Theater 9 Monday night, Elvin Puett could barely imagine what his son's tour of duty in Iraq was like.

  • U.S. presses Turkey to delay incursion into northern Iraq Open this result in new window
    World Tribune - Jul 24 12:28 PM
    WASHINGTON The United States has appealed to Turkey to delay its invasion of Iraq in an effort to destroy Kurdish insurgency strongholds.

  • New armoured vehicles to protect troops in Iraq Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News - Jul 24 12:10 PM
    The government said on Monday it would buy 270 more armoured vehicles for its troops in Afghanistan and Iraq after criticism that soldiers were being needlessly killed by roadside bombs.

  • Maliki and Bush to push 'civil peace' in Iraq Open this result in new window
    TODAYonline - Jul 24 5:48 PM
    US President George W. Bush pictured here in Washington, DC, in June 2006 after returning from a surprise trip to Baghdad, Iraq. Bush and Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki were to meet Tuesday to discuss overhauling security in the war-torn country after the failure of a crackdown in Baghdad.

  • Oregon Marine Killed In Iraq Open this result in new window
    Fox 12 Oregon - Jul 24 4:56 PM
    Military officials said Monday that a Marine from Oregon is one of the latest casualties in the Iraq war. Capt. Christopher Pate was listed from Portland, Ore. He was killed last Thursday during combat in the Anbar province of Iraq.

  • British troops in Afghanistan, Iraq to get new armoured vehicles Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News - Jul 24 12:03 PM
    Britain plans to send nearly 300 new armoured vehicles to better protect the country's troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, Defence Secretary Des Browne said.

  • A Marine from Oregon is one of the latest casualties in the Iraq war, officials said Monday. Open this result in new window
    KGW Portland - Jul 24 5:47 PM
    Capt. Christopher T. Pate, 29, who was listed from Portland, Ore., died last Thursday during combat in the Anbar province of Iraq, according to the Marine Corps.

  • U.S. urges 'transparent' system to attract oil investors to Iraq Open this result in new window
    World Tribune - Jul 24 12:14 PM
    BAGHDAD The United States is pressing Iraq to establish a legal framework to attract foreign oil investment. The Bush administration has urged the government of Prime Minister Nouri Al Maliki to increase oil security and establish a transparent legal environment to attract foreign investment.

  • Fort Campbell soldier from Texas killed in Iraq Open this result in new window
    KRIS-TV Corpus Christi - Jul 24 4:11 PM
    FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. -- A 101st Airborne Division soldier from Fort Worth, Texas, was killed in Iraq after being hit by enemy fire, the Army said Monday.

  • 3 Iraq Veterans Become Citizens; Bush Beams Open this result in new window
    Fox 12 Oregon - Jul 24 3:56 PM
    WASHINGTON -- President George W. Bush presided over a citizenship ceremony on Monday for three soldiers injured in Iraq, calling them "men who knew the cost of freedom and were willing to pay that cost so others could live free."

  • Last GSDF troops return to Japan after Iraq mission Open this result in new window
    Kyodo News - 2 hours, 48 minutes ago
    The third and final group of Japanese ground troops returned to Japan on Tuesday, bringing to a completion the roughly 600-member contingent's mission in the southern Iraq city of Samawah.

  • Guard unit off to Iraq Open this result in new window
    The Arizona Republic - Jul 24 5:20 AM
    The 258th Rear Area Operations Center is the first Arizona Army National Guard unit to be deployed twice to Iraq since the war began in 2003. Family was the focus of Sunday's send-off.

  • Tensions mount at Iraq-Turkey border Open this result in new window
    Kurdish Media - Jul 24 5:06 PM
    Turkish Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul last week summoned the U.S. and Iraqi ambassadors to warn them that his country would act in self-defense if effective measures were not taken to end the presence in northern Iraq of the PKK, or Kurdistan Workers Party.

  • A full-blown civil war raging in Iraq Open this result in new window
    Kurdish Media - Jul 24 5:07 PM
    Whether one realizes it or not, Iraq is in the middle of a full-blown civil war. And no body in Washington gives a damn about it. Not a single day passes by that we do not hear the news of 70-100 Iraqi citizens dying needlessly. Who are the dead? The answer is both Sunni and Shiite Iraqis.

  • Lebanon crisis 'threatens Iraq peace' Open this result in new window
    The Australian - Jul 24 12:14 PM
    ISRAEL'S assault on Lebanon will derail efforts to stabilise Iraq and threatens to bolster Islamist militants across the Middle East, Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki warned in London today.

  • Operating Quietly, Tattoo Artists Make Their Mark in Iraq Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - 27 minutes ago
    BAGHDAD -- If you found the artist, someone must have told you about him, and this was precisely what scared him, because it could have gotten him killed.

  • Should we still be in Iraq? Open this result in new window
    Ridgecrest Daily Independent - Jul 24 3:11 PM
    With everything that's been going on in our country, should we still be trying to save Iraq or should we be concentrating on saving our selves?

  • 32 Army Reservists get Gordo sendoff as they head for Iraq Open this result in new window
    al.com - Jul 24 1:03 PM
    GORDO, Ala. (AP) A farewell ceremony was held at the Army Reserve Center in Gordo for 32 members assigned to the U.S. Army Reserve's 813th Replacement Company who are heading to Iraq.

  • Sectarian violence continues in Iraq Open this result in new window
    UPI - Jul 24 12:23 PM
    BAGHDAD, July 24 (UPI) -- Iraq takes center stage in London and Washington as Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair and President Bush meet with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.

  • Soldiers in Iraq: Migraines Up, Management Down Open this result in new window
    About.com - Jul 24 4:46 PM
    A retrospective study has been conducted to assess the prevalence, impact and treatment of Migraine attacks among U.S. soldiers serving in combat operations in Iraq. The results of this study...

  • 32 Army Reservists get Gordo sendoff as they head for Iraq Open this result in new window
    The Daily Comet - Jul 24 12:50 PM
    A farewell ceremony was held at the Army Reserve Center in Gordo for 32 members assigned to the U.S. Army Reserve's 813th Replacement Company who are heading to Iraq.

  • Iraq fugitive says old army bounced back Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - 2 hours, 46 minutes ago
    The most wanted Iraqi fugitive claimed in an interview published Monday that key elements of Saddam Hussein's old army are now heading the insurgency.

  • U.S. cracks down on Iraq death squads Open this result in new window
    CNN.com - Jul 24 5:39 PM
    U.S. commanders in Baghdad are focused on cracking down on Iraqi death squads responsible for killing hundreds of citizens in the capital in recent months, a military spokesman said Monday.

  • Bombs kill at least 60 in Iraq Open this result in new window
    Albuquerque Tribune - Jul 24 11:10 AM
    BAGHDAD, Iraq - Violence escalated dramatically in Iraq in the past 24 hours, as bombs killed more than 60 people and wounded more than 200 in Baghdad and the northern oil center of Kirkuk.

  • Car bombs in Iraq kill more than 60 Open this result in new window
    Detroit Free Press - Jul 24 1:55 AM
    BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Car bombings killed more than 60 people and wounded more than 250 Sunday in a campaign of bloodshed that has threatened to plunge Iraq into open civil war.

  • 101st soldier killed in Iraq Open this result in new window
    The Leaf Chronicle - Jul 24 3:39 PM
    A soldier with 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, was killed in Iraq Friday by a weapons cache explosion, Army officials confirmed Monday.

  • Maliki and Bush to push 'civil peace' in Iraq Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Jul 24 5:23 PM
    US President George W. Bush and Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki were to meet Tuesday to discuss overhauling security in the war-torn country after the failure of a crackdown in Baghdad.

  • Car bombs kill 62 in Iraq Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! News - Jul 23 10:29 AM
    Car bombs killed at least 62 Iraqis on Sunday as Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki prepared for a White House visit expected to focus on halting what many see as Iraq's accelerating slide toward all-out sectarian civil war.

  • Iraq bombings leave at least 60 dead Open this result in new window
    Boston Globe - Jul 24 1:22 AM
    BAGHDAD -- Bombs killed more than 60 people and wounded more than 200 yesterday in Baghdad and the northern oil center of Kirkuk -- a dramatic escalation of violence as US and Iraqi forces crack down on Iraq's most feared Shi'ite militia.

  • Car bombings kill 60 as Iraq violence persists Open this result in new window
    The Buffalo News - Jul 24 6:03 AM
    BAGHDAD, Iraq - Car bombings Sunday killed at least 60 people and wounded more than 250 in a campaign of bloodshed that has threatened to plunge Iraq into open civil war.

  • 101st captain from Fort Campbell slain in Iraq Open this result in new window
    Fairview Observer - Jul 24 3:16 PM
    A U.S. Army captain from Fort Campbell has been killed in combat in Iraq, the post announced this afternoon. Capt. Blake H. Russell, 35, of Forth Worth, Texas, a field artillery officer, died on Saturday of his injuries.

  • Eye on Iraq: The Shiite bloody Saturday Open this result in new window
    UPI - Jul 24 7:38 AM
    WASHINGTON, July 23 (UPI) -- That which Americans should fear has come upon them: U.S. troops in Iraq killed 15 Shiite militiamen Saturday. According to first reports, the fighting occurred in the town of Musayyib, 40 miles south of Baghdad. The exchange was an intense one.

  • NC troops still scheduled to deploy to Iraq Open this result in new window
    News 14 Carolina - Jul 24 9:23 AM
    WASHINGTON -- The Pentagon is moving ahead with scheduled troop deployments to Iraq next month, including soldiers from Fort Bragg, N.C., as the U.S. military struggles to gain control of the escalating violence in Baghdad, according to a senior defense official.

  • West Allis Man Shot In Iraq Open this result in new window
    The Milwaukee Channel - Jul 24 9:39 AM
    WAUWATOSA, Wis. -- A West Allis man who works for the energy company Halliburton is hospitalized in critical condition after he was shot in Iraq. Family members said Winlom Woods was shot in the head by a sniper last week.

  • Cheney says Iraq withdrawal would encourage al-Qaida Open this result in new window
    Pine Bluff Commercial - Jul 24 12:49 PM
    SPRINGDALE, Ark. - Vice President Dick Cheney said Monday a rapid U.S. withdrawal from Iraq, as sought by some Democrats, would only provoke more attacks by al-Qaida on the United States.

  • Vermont National Guard Members Prepare To Head To Iraq Open this result in new window
    WPTZ.com - Jul 24 9:33 AM
    COLCHESTER, Vt. -- Eighty Vermont guardsmen awakened in Wisconsin this morning after an emotional weekend. Soldiers from the 131st Engineering Unit of the Vermont National Guard were sent off by family and friends this weekend as they prepare to head to Iraq.

  • 32 Army Reservists head for Iraq Open this result in new window
    WTVM 9 - Jul 24 8:49 AM
    GORDO, Ala. Another group of Alabama-based soldiers are heading to Iraq. A farewell ceremony was held yesterday (Sunday) in Gordo for 32 members assigned to the U-S Army Reserve's 813th Replacement Company.

  • More US troops for Baghdad as Iraq PM seeks support Open this result in new window
    Middle East Times - Jul 24 6:26 AM
    BAGHDAD -- Fresh American troops are to be brought into Baghdad, US officers said Monday, even as Iraq's embattled government insisted that it remains on course to gradually take full control of the country's security.

  • Bombs kill 64 as Iraq peace hopes rocked Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Jul 23 7:58 AM
    Bombers have killed at least 64 people, striking a bloody blow against Iraq's fledgling hopes for peace just one day after the government launched national reconciliation talks.

  • Family says West Allis man was shot in Iraq Open this result in new window
    Gazette Extra Sports - Jul 24 8:33 AM
    WAUWATOSA, Wis. - A West Allis man who worked for the energy company Halliburton was transferred to Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital in Wauwatosa during the weekend after being shot in Iraq, members of his family say.

  • U.S. deaths in Iraq Open this result in new window
    The Plain Dealer - Jul 24 4:16 AM
    As of Sunday, at least 2,564 members of the U.S. military have died since the beginning of the Iraq war in March 2003. A soldier was killed Saturday in Anbar province.

  • Iraqi PM says foreign troops will not take years to leave Iraq Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News - Jul 24 2:49 AM
    Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said his talks in Britain would focus on ending violence in Iraq and enabling foreign troops to leave Iraq, something he insisted would not take years.

  • Car bombs kill 56 in Iraq Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! News - Jul 23 7:36 AM
    Car bombs killed nearly 60 Iraqis on Sunday as Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki prepared for a White House visit expected to focus on halting what many see as Iraq's accelerating slide toward all-out sectarian civil war.

  • iraq: Oil production could reach nine million barrels a day Open this result in new window
    Kurdish Media - Jul 24 9:52 AM
    Iraqs oil production could reach 9.0 million barrels a day in 2016, up from around 2.4 million barrels currently, according to the head of the international oil producer Heritage Oil.

  • Fort Hood soldier dies of wounds from roadside bombing in Iraq Open this result in new window
    News 8 Austin - Jul 24 8:38 AM
    The Pentagon has identified a 22-year-old Army corporal from Fort Hood as a soldier who died of wounds from a roadside bombing last week in Iraq.

  • Iraq to restart northern oil pipeline Open this result in new window
    MSNBC - Jul 23 4:20 PM
    Iraq has completed repairs to one of two sabotaged oil pipelines that export crude from its northern fields to Turkey and aims to restart the flow this week, Iraqs oil minister said on Sunday.

  • Air Force physician returns from Iraq Open this result in new window
    The Mining Journal - Jul 24 7:08 AM
    LAURIUM While Mike Luomas second trip to Iraq was no cakewalk, he said it beat the first time. Luoma returned in June from six months as an Air Force physician in Iraq.

  • Casualties Creep Up In Iraq By Martin Sieff UPI Senior News Analyst Washington (UPI) Jul 21, 2006 Open this result in new window
    Space War - Jul 24 12:33 AM
    The grim paradox we noted in previous Iraq Benchmarks column continues. The rate at which U.S. troops are being killed in Iraq remain relatively low.

  • Labor and peace activists should unite in support of the courageous Iraq southern oil workers strike Open this result in new window
    Electronic Iraq - Jul 24 5:21 AM
    An organization little known outside of Iraq has presented an opportunity to galvanize labor, peace and human rights activists here and abroad in a major show of solidarity with the people living in the U.S. occupied country.

  • Pa. National Guardsman In Iraq Cleared In Of Manslaughter Charges Open this result in new window
    NBC 10 Philadelphia - Jul 24 6:21 AM
    BAGHDAD, Iraq -- The U.S. military has dismissed all charges against a Pennsylvania National Guardsman accused of killing an unarmed Iraqi civilian near Ramadi, finding that the soldier had reason to believe the man had a weapon.

  • The Writing On The Wall Does Not Look Good In Iraq By Martin Sieff UPI Senior News Analyst Washington (UPI) Jul 21, 2006 Open this result in new window
    Space War - Jul 24 12:33 AM
    The writing is on the wall in Iraq. U.S. policymakers and the new Iraqi government got that grim news this week. First, yet another suicide bomber in Iraq killed scores of people. This time, 59 people died in the provincial town of Kufa, a Shiite stronghold, in an attack Tuesday in a crowded market.

  • Arianna Huffington: Congressional Winds of Change Over Iraq Open this result in new window
    HuffingtonPost - Jul 23 4:17 PM
    The Democratic leader in the Senate has finally uttered the truth . "There is a civil war going on in Iraq," said Harry Reid. (Sunday's New York Times carries an excellent op-ed by Nicholas Sambanis called " It's Official: There Is Now a Civil War in Iraq .") Reid acknowledged that he had been "somewhat gingerly approaching this" but promised, "no longer." Amen. It's about time.

  • Guardsman returning to Iraq to replace a fallen soldier Open this result in new window
    Pioneer Press - Jul 24 1:11 AM
    MOORHEAD, Minn. A North Dakota National Guardsman injured in Iraq is returning to fill the slot of a fellow soldier who was killed in combat.

  • Two soldiers serving in Iraq to face Kovco inquiry Open this result in new window
    ABC via Yahoo!7 News - Jul 24 2:20 AM
    Two soldiers serving in Iraq will be required to return to Australia to give face-to-face evidence to the board of inquiry into the death of Private Jake Kovco.

  • Car bombs kill 60 in Iraq Open this result in new window
    Montana Standard - Jul 24 5:34 AM
    BAGHDAD, Iraq Bombs killed more than 60 people and wounded more than 200 Sunday in Baghdad and the northern oil center of Kirkuk a dramatic escalation of violence as U.S. and Iraqi forces crack down on Iraqs most feared Shiite militia.

  • Refugee crisis in Iraq risks the spread of war Open this result in new window
    Baltimore Sun - Jul 24 12:49 AM
    Arid, inhospitable terrain surrounds an encampment of flimsy tents. Frightened children peer, wide-eyed, at strangers. Whispered stories of violence, loss and terror permeate the community. Such images embody the nightmare scenario of civil war in Iraq.

  • Murder charges filed against neighbor in deaths of family of soldier serving in Iraq Open this result in new window
    WBZ.com - Jul 24 12:44 PM
    SEATTLE (AP) Prosecutors filed murder and arson charges Monday against a man accused of knifing a soldier's family to death and burning the home to conceal the crime while the soldier was serving in Iraq.

  • Fourth contingent of Moldovan servicemen leaves for Iraq Open this result in new window
    Moldova.org - Jul 24 8:41 AM
    The fourth Moldovan 11-strong-military unit today left for Iraq by air to participate in the humanitarian post-conflict mission. The head of the Defence Ministry's press service, lieutenant-colonel Valeriu Rusu said the eight sappers will work in Iraq during six months to defuse explosive devices, and the three general headquarters officers will fulfil more missions within the coalition's Central