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  • Sadr Holds Out Against Plan to Divide Iraq Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - 18 minutes ago
    BAGHDAD, Sept. 11 -- Moqtada al-Sadr, the powerful Shiite Muslim cleric, remains adamantly opposed to a controversial plan to partition Iraq into a federation of three largely independent regions, a top Sadr aide said Monday.

  • Bush Says Iraq Victory Is Vital Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - 17 minutes ago
    President Bush mixed solemn remembrance of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks yesterday with a renewed call to complete the mission in Iraq, paying tribute to the fallen even while warning Americans that failure in the Middle East would leave the United States more vulnerable than ever to Islamic...

  • Top Aide to Sadr Outlines Vision of a U.S.-Free Iraq Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - 18 minutes ago
    NAJAF, Iraq -- In a shabby but spotless living room in the holy city of Najaf, a top deputy of Shiite Muslim leader Moqtada al-Sadr quietly sketched out his vision of the Iraq to come, after the Americans withdraw.

  • In Prime-Time Address, Bush Says Safety of U.S. Hinges on Iraq Open this result in new window
    New York Times - 57 minutes ago
    President Bush sought to place the war in Iraq in the context of an epic battle between tyranny and freedom.

  • Grim Outlook Seen in West Iraq Without More Troops and Aid Open this result in new window
    New York Times - 2 hours, 9 minutes ago
    An assessment by the senior Marine intelligence officer in Iraq says Anbar Province will continue to deteriorate without reinforcements.

  • Bush, invoking Sept 11, seeks Iraq support Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - 2 hours, 30 minutes ago
    US President George W. Bush urged the divided US public, in the name of those killed in the September 11, 2001 attacks, to set aside any misgivings and support his war-plan in Iraq.

  • Suicide bomber kills Iraq recruits Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! News - Sep 11 5:09 PM
    A suicide bomber killed 12 people in a minibus transporting Iraqi army recruits on Monday, as al Qaeda said in a video on the fifth anniversary of the September 11 attacks that U.S. forces in Iraq were "doomed" to fail.

  • 2,670 U.S. military deaths in Iraq Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - 2 hours, 58 minutes ago
    As of Monday, Sept. 11, 2006, at least 2,670 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 2,127 died as a result of hostile action, according to the military's numbers.

  • U.S. excluded car, suicide bombs from Iraq murder toll Open this result in new window
    CNN.com - Sep 11 4:31 PM
    BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- The U.S. military did not count people killed by bombs, mortars, rockets or other mass attacks when it reported a dramatic drop in the number of murders in the Baghdad area last month, the U.S. command said Monday.

  • Iraq Recruiting Center Blast Kills 16 Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Sep 11 10:54 AM
    BAGHDAD, Iraq -- A mini bus carrying a bomb exploded outside an army recruiting center in Baghdad and killed 16 people Monday, the deadliest of a string of attacks that left 29 Iraqis dead. A U.S. soldier also died over the weekend.

  • In Iraq, a call for foreign partners Open this result in new window
    International Herald Tribune - Sep 11 1:33 PM
    A top Iraqi official has called for partnerships with international companies to bolster his country's oil industry, saying Iraq's emergence as a "secure petro-democracy" could quell rampant sectarian violence.

  • Arianna Huffington: Memo to Democrats: Stop Buying into the GOP Framing on Iraq Open this result in new window
    HuffingtonPost - 1 hour, 2 minutes ago
    Dick Cheney's answers to Tim Russert on Sunday revealed that he has a very clear picture of what completing the mission in Iraq would look like : "Victory in Iraq will be a situation in which there is a viable government representative of the people of Iraq... It'll be an Iraq that is not a threat to the United States in terms of being a safe haven for terrorists. It'll be an Iraq where

  • RJ Eskow: DARK MILESTONE: More Americans Have Now Died In Iraq Than On 9/11 Open this result in new window
    HuffingtonPost - 1 hour, 2 minutes ago
    While President Bush and other Republican politicians spent the day exploiting the memory of those we lost five years ago, the nation overlooked a grim milestone: More Americans have now died in Iraq than died on 9/11. Iraq didn't attack us on that day, and our misguided policy there has now taken more American lives than Al Qaeda. Here are the numbers: 3,015 Americans have died in Iraq as of

  • Sen. Graham: U.S. 'screwed up' in Iraq Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - Sep 11 9:52 AM
    Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham said the United States has "screwed up" in Iraq, but the idea of the war was correct and pulling out now would lead to more bloodshed across the Middle East.

  • Saddam says genocide trial 'dividing Iraq' Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Sep 11 9:11 AM
    Ousted dictator Saddam Hussein has charged that his genocide trial was "dividing Iraq" as Kurdish witnesses told of the horror of gas attacks unleashed against them during the brutal Anfal campaign of 1987-88.

  • Cheney, 9/11 and the Truth about Iraq Open this result in new window
    The Nation via Yahoo! News - Sep 11 5:57 AM
    The Nation -- Dick Cheney commemorated the fifth anniversary of 9/11 by sticking to the MO that he and his running-mate used to lead the nation into the current mess in Iraq.

  • Arabiya TV banned in Iraq over federalism law: speaker Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Sep 11 7:32 AM
    Iraq's parliament speaker has said the month-long closure of Al-Arabiya satellite television's offices in Baghdad was due to its coverage of a controversial draft law on regional autonomy.

  • Iraq official calls for oil partnerships Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - Sep 11 4:20 AM
    A top Iraqi official called for partnerships with international companies to boost his country's oil industry on Sunday, saying Iraq's emergence as a "secure petro-democracy" could quell rampant sectarian violence.

  • BAE May Say First-Half Profit Increased on U.S. Orders for Iraq Open this result in new window
    Bloomberg.com - Sep 11 5:43 PM
    Sept. 12 (Bloomberg) -- BAE Systems Plc, Europe's biggest weapons maker, tomorrow may say that first-half earnings increased on U.S. orders for refitted Bradley fighting vehicles used in Iraq.

  • New shadows are cast over Iraq's pre-Islamic art Open this result in new window
    International Herald Tribune - Sep 11 1:18 PM
    There is mounting concern that the appointment of religiously conservative Shiite Muslims throughout Iraq's traditionally secular archaeological institutions could threaten the preservation of the country's pre-Islamic history.

  • Saddam defends Iraq national flag during trial Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Sep 11 3:29 AM
    Ousted Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein has spoken out about Iraq's ongoing flag controversy in the midst of his trial for genocide against the Kurds, saying he had inherited the flag not created it.

  • Iraq parliament delays divisive federal debate Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! News - Sep 11 12:39 AM
    Iraq's parliament delayed debate on Sunday on a divisive draft law on federalism that minority Sunni Arabs fear could lead to the partition of Iraq and stoke sectarian conflict that has already killed thousands.

  • Sen. Graham: U.S. 'Screwed Up' in Iraq Open this result in new window
    ABC News - Sep 11 1:33 PM
    Sen. Graham: U.S. 'Screwed Up' in Iraq, but Pulling Out Now Would Make Things Worse

  • Iraq Seeks Boost In Oil Output Open this result in new window
    CBS News - Sep 11 10:46 AM
    Iraq's best chance to boost its languishing oil output is by working with major international companies under production-sharing agreements, Iraq's deputy prime minister said.

  • Rice: Do not relent in fighting Iraq war Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - Sep 10 11:33 PM
    The United States is safer now than it was before the Sept. 11 attacks, but must not relent in fighting terrorism in Iraq and elsewhere, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Sunday.

  • Situation Called Dire in West Iraq Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Sep 10 10:29 PM
    The chief of intelligence for the Marine Corps in Iraq recently filed an unusual secret report concluding that the prospects for securing that country's western Anbar province are dim and that there is almost nothing the U.S. military can do to improve the political and social situation there, said several military officers and intelligence officials familiar with its contents.

  • David Corn: Cheney, 9/11 and the Truth about Iraq Open this result in new window
    HuffingtonPost - Sep 11 8:58 AM
    Knowing how much, HuffPosters care about Dick Cheney, the war, 9/11, and Tim Russert, I'm posting here a web-column I posted at www.thenation.com .... Dick Cheney commemorated the fifth anniversary of 9/11 by sticking to the MO that he and his running-mate used to lead the nation into the current mess in Iraq. Appearing on Meet the Press on Sunday, Cheney encountered a decent grilling

  • Cheney: Invading Iraq was right Open this result in new window
    The Sacramento Bee - Sep 11 5:19 PM
    WASHINGTON - Vice President Dick Cheney said Sunday that he was wrong to predict a quicker end to fighting in Iraq, but added that the Bush administration would invade again -- even knowing that Iraq had no weapons of mass destruction, the administration's primary rationale for war.

  • Marine report from Iraq province: Not good Open this result in new window
    USA Today - Sep 11 2:48 PM
    An unusual secret report from a Marine Corps leader is surprisingly negative on the American chances for success in Iraq's Anbar province. The Washington Post has the story today. The chief of intelligence for the Marine Corps in Iraq recently...

  • Sunni Bloc Denounces Legislation to Split Iraq Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Sep 10 10:28 PM
    BAGHDAD, Sept. 10 -- The main Sunni Arab political bloc boycotted parliament Sunday to protest legislation supported by Shiite Muslims and Kurds that would carve Iraq into a federation of three autonomous states.

  • Indiana soldier dies in Iraq, mother says Open this result in new window
    Louisville Courier-Journal - Sep 11 6:16 PM
    SUNMAN, Ind. A 19-year-old soldier from southeastern Indiana was killed during an attack on a military convoy in Iraq, his mother said. Pfc. Tony Seig of Sunman died Saturday, after about a year in the Army and two months in Iraq as a military police officer. "He took great pride in being an MP," his mother, Linda Seig, said Monday, the day after she was notified by the military of his death.

  • Situation Called Dire in West Iraq Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Sep 10 9:22 PM
    The chief of intelligence for the Marine Corps in Iraq recently filed an unusual secret report concluding that the prospects for securing that country's western Anbar province are dim and that there is almost nothing the U.S. military can do to improve the political and social situation there, said...

  • Deal on a Constitution for Iraq Is Teetering Open this result in new window
    New York Times - Sep 10 9:31 PM
    Sunni lawmakers warned that Shiite legislation to create autonomous states could severely undermine Iraq?s government.

  • 2,670 U.S. Military Deaths in Iraq Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! Asia News - 2 hours, 58 minutes ago
    As of Monday, Sept. 11, 2006, at least 2,670 members of the U.S. military have died since the beginning of the Iraq war in March 2003, according to an Associated Press count.

  • Situation Called Dire in West Iraq Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Sep 10 8:42 PM
    The chief of intelligence for the Marine Corps in Iraq recently filed an unusual secret report concluding that the prospects for securing that country's western al Anbar province are dim and that there is almost nothing the U.S. military can do to improve the political and social situation there,...

  • Cheney Returns to a 9/11 Forum for Latest Iraq Defense Open this result in new window
    New York Times - Sep 10 9:02 PM
    On NBC?s ?Meet the Press,? Vice President Dick Cheney defended the invasion of Iraq as being in America?s long-term strategic interests.

  • Bush seeks public support for Iraq war plan Open this result in new window
    INQ7.net - 2 hours, 20 minutes ago
    WASHINGTON -- US President George W. Bush on Monday urged the divided US public, in the name of those killed in the September 11, 2001 attacks, to set aside any misgivings and support his war-plan in Iraq.

  • New Zealand P.M.: I was right on Iraq Open this result in new window
    UPI - 46 minutes ago
    WELLINGTON, New Zealand, Sept. 11 (UPI) -- New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark said Monday events have vindicated her opposition to the invasion of Iraq.

  • Government wants U.S. terror suspect to be tried in Iraq Open this result in new window
    WREG-TV Memphis - 23 minutes ago
    WASHINGTON The government wants a U-S terror suspect to be tried in Iraq, and the appeal of a judge's order blocking the man's transfer to an Iraqi court was heard today in Washington.

  • IRAQ: Design editor of state-run paper murdered Open this result in new window
    CPJ Press Freedom Online - Sep 11 3:56 PM
    New York, September 11, 2006 The Committee to Protect Journalists condemns the murder of an editor of Iraqs state-run daily Al-Sabah . Abdel Karim al-Rubai, 40, a design editor for the newspaper, was shot Saturday morning while traveling to work in the eastern Baghdad neighborhood known as Camp Sara by several gunmen.

  • Republican senator says U.S. 'screwed up' in Iraq, but urges staying the course Open this result in new window
    WKYT 27 NEWSFIRST & WYMT Mountain News - 1 hour, 1 minute ago
    CHARLESTON, S.C. Hearing Iraq described as "a mess" and a place where the U-S "screwed up," may not be the kind of comments expected of a Republican.

  • Government wants U.S. terror suspect to be tried in Iraq Open this result in new window
    WBAY Green Bay - 1 hour, 4 minutes ago
    WASHINGTON The government wants a U-S terror suspect to be tried in Iraq, and the appeal of a judge's order blocking the man's transfer to an Iraqi court was heard today in...

  • Iraq to Boost Military at Oil Facilities Open this result in new window
    KiplingerForecasts.com - Sep 11 10:35 AM
    Iraq will bolster its military presence in the oil-rich north of the country, where saboteurs and insurgents repeatedly have targeted workers, pipelines and facilities, the Iraqi oil minister said Monday.

  • Iraq again delays federalism bill debate Open this result in new window
    USA Today - Sep 10 6:50 PM
    A boycott by several political groups Sunday caused parliament to again put off a rancorous debate on a federalism bill that Sunni Arabs fear will split Iraq apart and fuel sectarian bloodshed.

  • Topeka Soldier Injured in Iraq Open this result in new window
    WIBW-TV Topeka - 1 hour, 57 minutes ago
    "I honestly do believe what happened five years ago today is connected to what we're doing in Iraq," says Rachel Whitten. And what's going on in Iraq hits close to home for her; Rachel's husband is serving with the 4th Infantry Division in Baghdad.

  • Soldier from Ponca City killed in Iraq Open this result in new window
    NewsChannel 10 Amarillo - 1 hour, 47 minutes ago
    PONCA CITY, Okla. An Army soldier from Ponca City dies in Iraq. The U.S. Department of Defense says that 26-year-old Sergeant John A.

  • Ponca City Soldier Killed In Iraq Open this result in new window
    ChannelOklahoma - 1 hour, 54 minutes ago
    PONCA CITY, Okla. -- An Army soldier from Ponca City has died in Iraq, the U.S. Department of Defense said Monday. The DOD said that Sgt. John A. Carroll, 26, died Wednesday in Ramadi from small-arms fire during a dismounted security patrol.

  • Figures showing Iraq violence drop not complete Open this result in new window
    Navy Times - Sep 11 2:44 PM
    BAGHDAD, Iraq The U.S. military did not count people killed by bombs, mortars, rockets or other mass attacks including suicide bombings when it reported a dramatic drop in the number of murders around Baghdad last month, the U.S. command said Monday.

  • Fort Hood soldier dies of injuries sustained in Iraq Open this result in new window
    KGBT 4 Rio Grande Valley - 2 hours, 0 minute ago
    SAN ANTONIO A 22-year-old soldier assigned to Fort Hood has died of injuries he sustained during combat operations in Iraq.

  • Nine-Eleven memorial service in Iraq Open this result in new window
    WAVY 10 - 2 hours, 31 minutes ago
    CAMP VICTORY, Iraq Along with services in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania, the fifth anniversary of the terror attacks is being marked at an American military base in Iraq.

  • Nine-Eleven memorial service in Iraq Open this result in new window
    NewsChannel 10 Amarillo - 2 hours, 16 minutes ago
    CAMP VICTORY, Iraq Along with services in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania, the fifth anniversary of the terror attacks is being marked at an American military base in...

  • Stryker Brigade loses another soldier in Iraq Open this result in new window
    Alaska Public Radio Network - 2 hours, 24 minutes ago
    Another Fort Wainwright soldier has been killed in Iraq. The soldier's name has not yet been released, but next of kin have been notified. Officials say the soldier was killed by small-arms fire, while on a mounted patrol in Baghdad Sunday evening. He was part of the 172nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team. This is the second soldier to die since the unit had its deployment extended in late July. Over

  • Rice Compares Iraq War to U.S. Civil War Open this result in new window
    NPR - Sep 11 10:03 AM
    Day to Day , September 11, 2006 In an interview with Essence magazine this month, U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice compared the morality of occupying Iraq and fighting insurgents to the American Civil War. But is the analogy apt? Karen Grigsby Bates reports.

  • 'Camp Bucca' In Iraq Honors 9/11 Hero Open this result in new window
    CBS4 Denver - Sep 11 6:19 PM
    Ron Bucca is one of the heroes of 9/11 who was remembered Monday for running into one of the Twin Towers as survivors were running out. The New York City fire marshal's sacrifice is known around the world and even prompted a military outpost in Iraq to be named "Camp Bucca."

  • Cheney: Domestic Iraq Debate Encouraging Adversaries Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Sep 10 4:32 PM
    Vice President Cheney offered a veiled attack yesterday on critics of the administration's Iraq policy, saying the domestic debate over the war is emboldening adversaries who believe they can undermine the resolve of the American people.

  • Fort Hood soldier dies of injuries sustained in Iraq Open this result in new window
    KLTV Texas - Sep 11 6:36 PM
    SAN ANTONIO A 22-year-old soldier assigned to Fort Hood has died of injuries he sustained during combat operations in Iraq. Sergeant Luis A.

  • Fort Hood soldier dies of injuries sustained in Iraq Open this result in new window
    KRIS-TV Corpus Christi - Sep 11 6:32 PM
    SAN ANTONIO -- A soldier assigned to Fort Hood has died of injuries he sustained during combat operations in Iraq, the Army said Monday.

  • U.S. Soldier in Iraq meets new daughter via satellite Open this result in new window
    9 News Denver - Sep 11 6:33 PM
    DENVER - A Marine Sgt. stationed in Iraq met his newborn daughter and congratulated his wife Monday thanks to a satellite link arranged by the Freedom Calls Foundation.

  • Soldiers Speak From Iraq Open this result in new window
    WKYT 27 NEWSFIRST & WYMT Mountain News - Sep 11 5:38 PM
    The September 11th attacks also changed the lives of our service men and women, many of whom are now fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan. WYMT's Angela Sparkman talked to some serving in Iraq right now, who say they're fighting overseas now because of that day.

  • Indiana Soldier, 19, Killed In Iraq Open this result in new window
    WRTV Indianapolis - Sep 11 5:39 PM
    SUNMAN, Ind. -- A 19-year-old soldier from southeastern Indiana was killed during an attack on a military convoy in Iraq, his mother said. Pfc. Tony Seig of Sunman died Saturday, after about a year in the Army and two months in Iraq as a military police officer.

  • Suicide bomber kills Iraq army recruits Open this result in new window
    The Peninsula - Sep 11 5:44 PM
    BAGHDAD A suicide bomber killed 12 people in a minibus transporting Iraqi army recruits yesterday, as Al Qaeda said in a video on the fifth anniversary of the September 11 attacks that US forces in Iraq were "doomed" to fail.

  • Iran fires artillery into Iraq, captures 7 border guards Open this result in new window
    World Tribune - Sep 11 12:07 PM
    BAGHDAD Iran has shelled Iraq and captured seven of its soldiers in an escalation of ongoing skirmishes. Iraqi officials said the Iran Army fired artillery shells into Iraq last week and captured seven soldiers northeast of Baghdad.

  • Bush calls for national unity, defends Iraq war in 9/11 national address Open this result in new window
    People's Daily - 2 hours, 51 minutes ago
    U.S. President George W. Bush addressed the nation Monday night, calling for national unity in the war on terror and defending his decision to go to war in Iraq.

  • Fort Wainwright soldier killed in Iraq Open this result in new window
    KTVF Fairbanks - Sep 11 6:03 PM
    Army officials say a second Fort Wainwright soldier on extended deployment in Iraq has been killed.

  • Wilton soldier killed in Iraq remembered by community Open this result in new window
    WTNH-TV New Haven - Sep 11 5:21 PM
    (Wilton-WTNH, Sept. 11, 2006 7:50 PM) _ Today a Connecticut soldier killed in Iraq was honored by friends and family members in Wilton. Before 19-year-old Nicholas Madaras became a Private First Class in the Army he was a soccer player and coach.

  • Iraq Gets Cell-Phone Service Boost Open this result in new window
    ChannelWeb - Sep 11 7:23 AM
    GSM mobile phone service providers in Iraq will be getting competition from new planned deployment of a CDMA-based mobile service.

  • U.N. and donors prepare road map for rebuilding Iraq Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! News - Sep 10 3:50 PM
    Iraq, the United Nations and foreign donors met on Sunday to prepare a road map for the reconstruction of Iraq and try to make the country economically self-sufficient within five years.

  • Palestinians in Iraq under attack, but unable to flee Open this result in new window
    Electronic Iraq - Sep 11 3:16 PM
    CAIRO -- Amid widespread sectarian violence in Iraq, Palestinian refugees in Iraq face particularly grave security threats, including targeted killings by mostly Shi'a militant groups and harassment by the Iraqi government, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today.

  • Graham: US "screwed up" in Iraq Open this result in new window
    WIS News 10 Columbia - Sep 11 4:49 PM
    (Charleston-AP) September 11, 2006 - Senator Lindsey Graham says the United States has "screwed up" in Iraq but the fundamental idea of the war was still correct.

  • Majority of Alabama voters say invasion of Iraq was 'right thing' Open this result in new window
    WTVM 9 - Sep 11 4:14 PM
    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. A new poll finds a majority of Alabama voters say the United States "did the right thing" when it invaded Iraq in 2003, with support strongest from those who are middle-aged, white, male, upper-income and Republican.

  • 2,666 U.S. military deaths in Iraq Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - Sep 10 4:11 PM
    As of Sunday, Sept. 10, 2006, at least 2,666 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 2,119 died as a result of hostile action, according to the military's numbers.

  • Ohio Airman Killed in Iraq Remembered as Doting Father Open this result in new window
    WTOL News 11 - 2 hours, 6 minutes ago
    CHILLICOTHE, OHIO (AP) - An Ohio airman killed in Iraq found out his wife was pregnant with his fourth child just a few days before an improvised explosive device struck his vehicle as he was traveling in a convoy.

  • Iraq field report fuels US gloom Open this result in new window
    Guardian Unlimited - Sep 11 10:17 AM
    Classified document reportedly finds total collapse of law and order in Iraq's biggest province.

  • Marine prepares for Iraq tour Open this result in new window
    Vail Daily - Sep 11 2:49 PM
    SUMMIT COUNTY With the country reflecting this week on the five-year anniversary of the worst terrorist attack on American soil, Marine Lance Cpl. Sean McCleneghan has returned to his California base in preparation for his first tour of duty in Iraq.

  • U.S. Iraq Death Stats Excluded Mass Killings Open this result in new window
    Fox 12 Oregon - Sep 11 2:30 PM
    BAGHDAD, Iraq -- The U.S. military did not count people killed by bombs, mortars, rockets or other mass attacks -- including suicide bombings -- when it reported a dramatic drop in the number of murders in the Baghdad area last month, the U.S. command said Monday.

  • Cheney: Iraq Debate Encourages Adversaries Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Sep 10 12:47 PM
    Vice president says U.S. allies in Afghanistan and Iraq 'have doubts' America will finish the job there.

  • Ohio Soldier Killed in Iraq Open this result in new window
    WTOL News 11 - 2 hours, 13 minutes ago
    POMEROY, OHIO (AP) - A 24-year-old soldier from southeast Ohio was killed in Iraq after his vehicle came under enemy fire, the Department of Defense announced Tuesday. Spc. Joshua D. Jones of Pomeroy died Sunday in Baghdad.

  • In address to nation, Bush says safety of U.S. hinges on Iraq Open this result in new window
    International Herald Tribune - 1 hour, 3 minutes ago
    President George W. Bush used the fifth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks to assert that the United States was engaged in "a struggle for civilization."

  • Troops Who Lost Limbs in Iraq Learn to Surf the Pacific Open this result in new window
    WTOL News 11 - 2 hours, 19 minutes ago
    PISMO BEACH, CALIFORNIA (AP) -- As a child of 1970s California, Derek McGinnis felt that riding waves was like a birthright, and losing his left leg to a suicide bomber in Iraq wasn't going to stop him from surfing again.

  • Army Investigator Recommends Death Penalty in Iraq Shooting Deaths Open this result in new window
    WTOL News 11 - 2 hours, 18 minutes ago
    WASHINGTON (AP) -- An Army investigator has recommended that four soldiers accused of murder in a raid in Iraq should face the death penalty if convicted, according to a report obtained Saturday by The Associated Press.

  • Trial dividing Iraq: Saddam Open this result in new window
    News Interactive - Sep 11 12:18 PM
    OUSTED dictator Saddam Hussein overnight charged that his genocide trial was "dividing Iraq" as Kurdish witnesses told of the horror of gas attacks unleashed against them during the brutal Anfal campaign of 1987-88.

  • Rice says Saddam responsible for victims of Iran-Iraq war Open this result in new window
    New Kerala - 55 minutes ago
    Washington, Sept 11: Holding Saddam Hussein responsible for the death of millions of people during the Iraq-Iran war, US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said today that overthrowing the regime of former Iraqi President was "very important" for the betterment of the world.

  • Ohio Marines Awarded Silver Stars for Actions in Iraq Open this result in new window
    WTOL News 11 - 2 hours, 1 minute ago
    COLUMBUS (AP) - A Marine killed last year in a gun battle in Iraq and another who was wounded in a roadside bombing that killed two of his comrades were awarded Silver Stars at a ceremony Sunday.

  • Marine colonel's Iraq report fuels US gloom Open this result in new window
    Guardian Unlimited - Sep 11 10:10 AM
    Iraq's biggest province has suffered a total breakdown in law and order, according to descriptions of a classified US military intelligence review reported today.

  • Chaney: Domestic Iraq Debate Encouraging Adversaries Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Sep 10 12:10 PM
    Vice President Cheney said today that the ongoing national debate over the war in Iraq is emboldening adversaries to believe they can undermine the resolve of the American people to complete the U.S. mission in Iraq and Afghanistan.

  • Ohio Marine Killed in Iraq Open this result in new window
    WTOL News 11 - 2 hours, 7 minutes ago
    FAIRBORN, Ohio (AP) -- A 35-year-old Ohio Marine has died in Iraq, the U.S. Department of Defense said Friday. Staff Sgt. Gordon G. Solomon of Fairborn died Thursday while conducting combat operations in Al Anbar province.

  • Republican senator says U.S. 'screwed up' in Iraq, but urges staying the course Open this result in new window
    KBCI Boise - 2 hours, 53 minutes ago
    CHARLESTON, S.C. Hearing Iraq described as "a mess" and a place where the U-S "screwed up," may not be the kind of comments expected of a Republican. But those are the words being used by Senator Lindsey Graham, a G-O-P lawmaker from South Carolina.

  • Chaney: Domestic Iraq Debate Encouraging Adversaries Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Sep 10 12:01 PM
    Vice President Cheney said yesterday that the ongoing national debate over the war in Iraq is emboldening adversaries to believe they can undermine the resolve of the American people to complete the U.S. mission in Iraq and Afghanistan.

  • Parents Of Soldiers Support Their Decisions Not To Return To Iraq Open this result in new window
    Oregon Public Broadcasting - Sep 11 2:34 PM
    Parents of two soldiers who've refused to return to Iraq, spoke out in Portland Monday.

  • 9/11 memorial service in Iraq Open this result in new window
    Fox 6 News San Diego - Sep 11 2:25 PM
    Along with services in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania, the fifth anniversary of the terror attacks is being marked at an American military base in Iraq.

  • Ohio Soldier Killed in Iraq Open this result in new window
    WTOL News 11 - 2 hours, 34 minutes ago
    WILLIAMSFIELD, OHIO (AP) -- An Ohio soldier was killed during combat operations in Iraq, the U.S. Department of Defense said Saturday. Sgt. David W. Gordon, 23, of Williamsfield, died Friday in Baghdad after an improvised explosive device detonated near his vehicle.

  • Cheney admits he was too optimistic but defends Iraq war Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Sep 10 1:46 PM
    US Vice President Dick Cheney acknowledged that he was overly optimistic regarding the war in Iraq but fiercely defended the US-led invasion and toppling of Saddam Hussein.

  • Abu Ghraib now under Iraq's control Open this result in new window
    Tiscali - Sep 11 6:11 PM
    BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq has regained control of the notorious Abu Ghraib prison, known for a prisoner abuse scandal involving U.S. troops, government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh said on Saturday.

  • U.S. Appeals Ruling on American Held in Iraq Open this result in new window
    New York Times - 1 hour, 19 minutes ago
    Government lawyers said Monday that American courts had no authority to stop the military from transferring an American citizen to an Iraqi court.

  • Iraq Oil Min: Output Target 4M-4.5M b/d in Five Years Open this result in new window
    Rigzone - Sep 11 12:53 PM
    VIENNA, Sep 11, 2006 (Dow Jones Commodities News via Comtex) Iraq plans to almost double oil production to between 4 million and 4.5 million barrels a day in five years at a cost of $20 billion, Oil Minister Hussein al-Shahristani said Monday.

  • Rice: Do Not Relent in Fighting Iraq War Open this result in new window
    ABC News - Sep 11 12:03 AM
    Secretary of State Rice Says U.S. Must Not Relent in Fighting Terrorism in Iraq and Elsewhere

  • 2,668 U.S. Military Deaths in Iraq Open this result in new window
    The Daily Comet - Sep 11 2:21 PM
    As of Monday, Sept. 11, 2006, at least 2,668 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.

  • Coming Tuesday: Soldier recalls 2 tours in Iraq Open this result in new window
    Greensboro News-Record - Sep 11 2:00 PM
    Theo Simpson, a local sergeant from the U.S. Marine Corps, recently returned from Iraq after his second tour. Read more in Tuesday's News & Record. (Credit: "")

  • Rumsfeld: Iraq 'linchpin' of terror war Open this result in new window
    UPI - Sep 11 12:29 PM
    WASHINGTON, Sept. 11 (UPI) -- U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld called Iraq "the linchpin" of the war on terror Monday on the fifth anniversary of the 2001 terrorist attacks.

  • ANOTHER FIL AM SOLDIER DIES IN IRAQ Open this result in new window
    The Filipino Express - 2 hours, 13 minutes ago
    SEEKONK, Massachusetts A 21-year-old Filipino American student who postponed his academics to go to Iraq with the Marine reserves died in a Labor Day explosion in Fallujah.