Iraq Sunni guard wanted for grave crimes - US
Major-General David Perkins, spokesman for US forces in Iraq, told journalists that Mashhadani was suspected of links to bomb-making cells, kidnappings, extortion and the Sunni Islamist al-Qaeda network. Some of the crimes were allegedly committed ...
Daily Photo: Potential Flashpoint in Iraq
Rebellious Sunni Council Disarmed After Clashes, Officials in ...
Arrest tests loyalty of Iraq Awakening
US sergeant sentenced to life for Iraq killings
BERLIN, March 30 (Reuters) - A US army sergeant has been sentenced to life imprisonment for his part in the murder of four Iraqi detainees in Baghdad, the army said on Monday. Sergeant First Class Joseph Mayo, 27, pleaded guilty to charges of ...
US soldier jailed for Iraq murders
US soldier jailed on Iraq murders
US sergeant jailed for murdering prisoners in Iraq
UK in Iraq, the beginning of the end
BBC News, UK
By Caroline Wyatt The withdrawal of British forces from Iraq will begin today as the top British general in southern Iraq hands over his command to an American general in Basra. Major General Andy Salmon will transfer authority for what will become ...
Dannatt: Britain lost focus on Iraq
UK hands command of Iraq over to US
World Agenda: The end of Britain's mission in Iraq
US military deaths in Iraq war at 4262
Fresno Bee, CA
AP As of Monday, March 30, 2009, at least 4262 members of the US military had died in the Iraq war since it began in March 2003, according to an Associated Press count. The figure includes eight military civilians killed in action. ...
77 names added to slain journalists memorial in DC
The Associated Press
Mexico ranked second only to Iraq among the deadliest places for journalists last year, said Alberto Ibarguen, the Newseum's chairman, and president and CEO of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. The names of five journalists killed in Mexico ...
Sportswriter Borrelli's name added to memorial at journalism museum
SIU name added to journalists memorial in DC
Steven Shoob honored at journalism memorial
Iran Opposition In Iraq Threatened
CBS News, NY
If you could travel freely in Iraq, you would be able to visit a place called Camp Ashraf. But the road north that would take you there is still too dangerous to travel – not because of roadside bombs or terrorist attacks, but because the Iraqi ...
Iranian expatriates say relatives could be forced out of Iraq camp
Iran opposition outraged at Iraq resettlement plan
Iraq starts countdown for MKO departure
FACTBOX-Security developments in Iraq, March 30
* BAQUBA - A bomb attached to a bicycle killed three labourers and wounded eight others in Baquba, 65 km (40 miles) northeast of Baghdad, police said. * MOSUL - A roadside bomb killed one soldier and wounded two others, including a major, ...
3 workers killed, 15 injured in Iraq's Diyala
Bicycle bomb kills 3 in north Iraq's Baquba
Three killed by bicycle bomb in Iraq's Diyala province (Roundup)
A look inside Iraq's Interior Ministry
Los Angeles Times, CA
In Iraq 2½ years ago, you said that death squad infiltration of your ministry was a problem that you were addressing but that you didn't want to disparage the work of most of your officers. How did you fix the problem? In 2006, the security situation ...
Los Angeles Times
A young face for the war in Iraq
Los Angeles Times, CA
Twenty-three-year-old Ryan Conklin got the news he was being called back to Iraq while still shooting "The Real World: Brooklyn." (He served his first tour at just 17, when he enrolled post-9/11.) An advocate for veterans, Conklin said he's glad to ...
The Comment Factory
Gul Denies Saying "Kurdistan" During Iraq Visit
Jamestown Foundation, DC
Turkish President Abdullah Gul's visit to Iraq might be regarded as a turning point in Turkey's Kurdish issue, perhaps more than its implications for improving Turkish-Iraqi ties (EDM, March 24). On the plane to Baghdad, Gul reportedly used the word ...
Rebel Kurds slam Iraq's Talabani
Issues In Baghdad
PKK the most important issue on the agenda, Jeffrey says