Iraq demands official apology for US raid
By Waleed Ibrahim BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The Iraqi government has asked General Ray Odierno, the US commander in Iraq, for an official apology for a US raid this week that killed two people and kicked off a tide of condemnation, an official said on ...
US 'saddened' by deadly Iraq raid
Iraq Says US Raid That Killed Two Breaches Pullout Agreement
Iraq wants US forces out of Mosul on time
Iraq al-Qaeda chief 'in custody'
The Iraqi prime minister has announced that Abu Omar al-Baghdadi, a suspected senior commander of al-Qaeda in Iraq, is in custody. Nuri al-Maliki referred to al-Baghdadi as "the head of evil, the leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq," accusing him of trying to ...
Iraq's Awakening: Two tales illustrate force's birth and slow death
Iraq insists suspected insurgent leader captured
Iraq PM hails 'victory' of Qaeda chief's arrest
Attacks have ripple effect on Iran-Iraq ties
"They want to tear the Shiites of Iraq and Iran apart," said Ridhaei, 64, of Tehran as he stood outside the tomb of Imam Mousa al-Kazim. The crowds of pilgrims have thinned since Friday's attacks that killed 71 people. Another suicide bombing on ...
Envoy calls for pullout of foreign troops from Iraq
Iran holds US responsible for killing of Iranian pilgrims in Iraq
Iran holds US responsible for Iraq deaths
US military deaths in Iraq war at 4278
The Associated Press
As of Monday, April 27, 2009, at least 4278 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. ...
Officer: Accused ex-GI wanted to shoot civilians
Steven Dale Green, 23, of Midland, Texas, has pleaded not guilty to more than a dozen charges, including sexual assault and four counts of murder, stemming from the March 2006 attack in Iraq's so-called "Triangle of Death." Col. ...
Trial begins of ex-soldier accused in Iraq murder-rape case
Trial opens for ex-soldier in Iraqi family's deaths
Ex-soldier 'bragged' about rape
Iraq Raises Oil Bid Round Signature Bonuses To $2.6B
Wall Street Journal
By Hassan Hafidh Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES AMMAN (Dow Jones)--The Iraqi oil ministry has dramatically increased the signature bonuses for international oil companies to $2.6 billion for the six oil and two gas fields announced in Iraq's first bidding ...
FACTBOX-Key dates in bids for Iraq oil service contracts
Iraq seeks upfront payment for oil rights
FACTBOX-Iraq oil, gas bidding round signature bonuses
The last days of British forces in Iraq
BBC News, UK
On his third tour of Iraq, he says the changes in six years were evident. Cpl Walker, 25, from Falmouth, Cornwall, said in the opening weeks of the campaign, he was living out of armoured vehicles. "We had to live on rations for two months straight. ...
'Minor Miracle' Legacy Of UK Troops In Iraq
The last UK troops are getting ready to leave Iraq
Human cost of British troops in Iraq: Mother buries son twice
Iraq owes Kuwait $25.5 bln in war damages
KUWAIT CITY (AFP) — Iraq owes Kuwait 25.5 billion dollars of war reparations for the 1990 occupation of the oil-rich emirate by Saddam Hussein's forces, a Kuwaiti official said on Tuesday. The compensation claims, approved by the United Nations, ...
Iraq owes Kuwait $25.5bn damages
Publisher Pulls Plug on Iraq War Video Game
Japan's Asahi Shimbun newspaper reported Tuesday that game publisher Konami has decided not to release the ultra-realistic Iraq combat game, which is based on the bloody 2004 battle between American and Iraqi uniformed personnel and Iraqi insurgents. ...
Konami Abandons Controversial Iraq War Game
Animation World Network, CA
Various game sites are reporting via Japanese newspaper Asahi that Konami has decided not to publish Atomic Games' controversial Iraq War game SIX DAYS IN FALLUJAH. Public pressure from the US moved the Japanese to abandon the title. ...
War Game Loses Publisher
Report: Konami drops 'Six Days in Fallujah'
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