Suicide Attack Kills at Least 15 in Iraq
New York Times, United States
It was the second attack on security forces in Iraq in two days, punctuating a spike in bombings that has killed more than 70 people this month, including five American soldiers who died in a suicide truck bombing in northern Iraq last Friday. ...
Suicide blast hits Iraq army base
Iraq: Suicide bomber kills 15 Iraqi soldiers
Suicide bomber kills 16 Iraqi soldiers in Anbar province
Iraq says attacks will not derail US withdrawal
"It would be good for Al-Qaeda if US forces stayed in Iraq, because they could justify their kidnappings, bombings and killings," he told AFP. A security pact signed with Washington in November requires the fewer than 140000 US troops in Iraq to pull ...
Video: C-SPAN Vignette: US Army Patrol in Diyala Province, Iraq
Iraqi gays face 'lives of hell'
Fresh Anti-Gay Death Threats In Iraq
Iraqi-born insurgent jailed for 25 years in US
WASHINGTON (AFP) — A US federal judge Thursday sentenced an Iraqi-born Dutch citizen to 25 years in prison for conspiring to kill Americans in Iraq in the first case of its kind, the US Justice Department said. Wesam al-Delaema, who made demonstration ...
Bomber will get final sentence from Dutch judge
Dutch man sentenced in first Iraq terror prosecution
New York Times
Gates Takes His Case for Military Budget on the Road
New York Times, United States
“For too long, there was a belief, or a hope, that Iraq and Afghanistan were exotic distractions that would be wrapped up relatively soon,” Mr. Gates told a sometimes skeptical audience of officers and civilians at the Army War College here in ...
The Calculating Mr. Gates
Gates warns against big cuts in future spending
Gates Cites Need to Learn From Past Drawdowns
Ky. jury set for ex-soldier's Iraq slayings trial
Houston Chronicle, United States
Prosecutors say he took part in the rape and murder of 14-year-old Abeer Qassim al-Janabi and the shooting deaths of her family in Mahmoudiya, Iraq. Green, who is accused by prosecutors of being a central figure in the rape and killings, ...
US sergeant gets life for detainee murders in Iraq
VILSECK, Germany (AFP) — A US soldier was jailed for life Thursday for the "execution-style" murder of four prisoners in Iraq, a court martial here said. US Master Sergeant John E. Hatley had also been found guilty Wednesday of conspiracy to kill the ...
US soldier guilty in Iraq slayings
Soldier given life for Iraq murders
US soldier gets life for murder of Iraq prisoners
Iraq Veteran and Walter Reed Officials Praise Advances in Smart ...
Washington Post, United States
Greg Gadson, who lost both his legs when he was wounded by a roadside bomb in Iraq, is the first person to try out the new Power Knees, the latest in prosthetic technology. Comments that include profanity or personal attacks or other inappropriate ...
Iraq veteran gets powerful new knees
Iraq Veteran Tests New Bionic Knee
Dual amputee, wounded in Iraq, gets special 'power knees'
Iraq/Afghan War News: Rape law reviewed
Middle East Times, Egypt
Ali Hussein Balo, a Kurdish lawmaker who sits on the regional government's oil and gas committee, told the Iraqi political Web site Niqash.org that Iraq faces a looming budget crisis due to stagnating oil prices. "If the oil price remains the same, ...
Ninewa: digging Iraq's grave
Kurds anxious over US withdrawal
Iraq's Minorities Issue Joint Statement on Kurdish Expansion Plans
Battalion sent to Afghanistan after 2 weeks in Iraq
Usually when troops are shifted from Iraq to Afghanistan, the change occurs between regular rotations abroad, after they spend several months at their home base. The decision underscores how military commanders are scrambling to meet President Obama's ...
US must stay engaged in Iraq despite Afghanistan: analysts
As of Tuesday, day 2215 of the war in Iraq…
Army shifts another unit to Afghanistan
Report Shows Torture Is Widespread in Iraq
But in Iraq, torture is not a thing of the past, according to the findings of a new study on civilian causalities. Published this week in the New England Journal of Medicine, the report examined the causes of death for 60481 Iraqi civilians killed ...
After the Torture Memos: Can We Stop Paying George W.'s Pension?
Not All Were Silent I
Torture in detention: Guantanamo to Malaysia