Decision Near on 2010 Withdrawal From Iraq
New York Times, United States
By PETER BAKER and ELISABETH BUMILLER WASHINGTON — President Obama is nearing a decision that would order American combat forces out of Iraq by August 2010 as he seeks to finally end a war that has consumed and polarized the United States for nearly ...
Video: Withdrawing Troops From Iraq
Obama leaning toward 19 months for Iraq withdrawal
Obama Mulls Plan to Withdraw Most Troops From Iraq in 19 Months
Iraq Attack Wounds US Soldiers, Kills Interpreter
Voice of America
By VOA News The US military says four American soldiers were wounded and an interpreter was killed when gunmen attacked a police station in northern Iraq. Iraqi security sources say two people dressed in Iraqi police uniforms opened fire Tuesday in the ...
US Soldier Killed as Two Iraqi Policemen Fire on Troops in Mosul
Fighting in Iraq kills 3 US troops, interpreter
US soldier killed, three shot in Iraq police station
Applying Iraq's broader lessons in Afghanistan
San Francisco Chronicle, USA
(02-23) 18:31 PST -- As the United States and NATO craft a new strategy for Afghanistan, they are likely to apply counterinsurgency lessons learned at great cost during the war in Iraq. Last week, President Obama ordered 17000 more troops to ...
The war in Iraq ... and not everyone is cheering now
Poll: NH Backs Obama On Iraq
Recent editorials from New Jersey newspapers
Straw blocks publication of pre-Iraq war discussion
By Frank Prenesti LONDON (Reuters) - The government refused on Tuesday to publish records of cabinet discussions on the legality of invading Iraq in 2003, despite a tribunal ruling in January that it should release them. Justice Secretary Jack Straw ...
UK blocks publication of Iraq war discussions
Straw vetoes Iraq minutes release
Govt accused of cover-up over Iraq war minutes
Iraq Accuses 12 Policemen in a String of Killings
New York Times, United States
By CAMPBELL ROBERTSON BAGHDAD — Twelve Iraqi police officers have been arrested in connection with a string of kidnappings and killings, including the killing of the sister of one of Iraq’s vice presidents, a spokesman for the Interior Ministry said ...
Iraq arrests Shiite police for anti-Sunni attacks
Iraq arrests police in law-and-order crackdown
Iraq arrests Shiite gang accused of killing Sunnis
In the war: Iraq museum, ransacked in 2003, is reopened
Iraq's restored National Museum reopened with a red-carpet gala yesterday in the heart of Baghdad nearly six years after looters carried away priceless antiquities as American troops largely stood by in the chaos of the city's fall to US forces. ...
Chain of command concerns raised in Iraq
Iraq museum that was looted reopens, far from whole
Iraq's treasure trove national museum reopens
Iraq killing charges against US soldier dropped
BERLIN, Feb 24 (Reuters) - The US army has withdrawn charges against a US soldier accused of conspiracy to commit murder, for an incident in 2007 in Baghdad, because of newly found evidence, it said on Tuesday from Germany. ...
Conspiracy charge dropped against US soldier
Army drops case case against GI in Iraqi deaths
MyFox Washington DC
Wisconsin Soldier Staying Home, Refuses to Return to Iraq
A Green Bay soldier has notified his commanding officers that he will not return to duty in Iraq. Spc. Kristoffer Walker is a member of the 353rd Transportation Company. Walker said he was motivated to join the service after the Sept. 11 attacks. ...
Wisconsin Soldier Refuses To Go Back To Iraq
Wisconsin soldier says he won't return to Iraq
Facing prison time for refusing to return to Iraq
Iraq trial in April for murder of British soldiers
The two Iraqi officials, whom Shaheen declined to identify, were handed over to Iraqi judicial authorities recently by the British military after Britain's House of Lords rejected objections to them being tried in Iraq. ...
Iraq court to deliver Aziz verdict in March
Daily Research News Online
Iraq Researcher Sanctioned
Washington Post, United States
AP The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is sanctioning the lead author of a 2006 study that suggested massive civilian deaths in Iraq. The school announced yesterday that it is barring Gilbert M. Burnham from serving as a principal ...
Ethics flap for researcher behind Iraq fatality estimates
Hopkins researcher disciplined
Iraqi Death Toll Researcher Barred