3 US Troops Are Killed in Iraq
New York Times, United States - Steven Lee Myers
By STEVEN LEE MYERS BAGHDAD — Three Americans were killed Thursday in combat in Anbar Province, west of Baghdad, the military said Friday, adding to the high death toll for American forces in Iraq last month. The deaths brought the total number of ...
3 Americans killed in Iraq combat
US says troops will not face trial over Iraq raid
US military says 3 American troops killed in Iraq
Iraq says it's open for business again
BBC News, UK
To be in London at the moment is to hear the mantra "Iraq is open for business". Business Daily went to one conference - Invest Iraq - which was chock-a-block with Iraqi and British ministers and business people. The message was that violence continues ...
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Britain ends combat work in Iraq
We must take on board the lessons of Iraq
New Zealand Herald
Testimony: Ex-soldier talked of role in Iraq crime
Houston Chronicle, United States - Brett Barrouquere
Howard's testimony came on the fifth day of Green's federal trial on charges that he raped 14-year-old Abeer Qassim al-Janabi and killed her and her family near Mahmoudiya, Iraq, south of Baghdad. Federal prosecutors say Green was the third soldier to ...
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Top US Officials Say Pakistan Responding to Taliban Threat
Voice of America - Deborah Tate
The US officials appeared Thursday before a congressional panel that will begin considering the Obama administration's request for more funding for the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. The comments by Secretaries Gates and Clinton to the Senate ...
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Death toll from twin Iraq car bombs rises to 51
Washington Post, United States - Muhanad Mohammed, Michael Christie, Sophie Hares
The car bombs Wednesday, which also wounded 76 people in the capital's sprawling Sadr City slum, followed a series of other attacks in the past two weeks that have stirred fears of a return to broader sectarian bloodshed in Iraq. ...
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Iraqi police accused of lax security
Violence in Iraq a cause for concern,' Obama says, but not as bad ...
Iraq hit hard by world financial crisis: deputy PM
LONDON (AFP) — Iraq's war-ravaged economy has been hit hard by the global financial crisis, forcing the authorities to try and diversify away from the core oil business, Deputy Prime Minister Barham Saleh said Friday. Saleh's comments came a day after ...
Iraq could need soft loans from oilfield bidders
Iraq To Pay Foreign Cos In Oil For Signature Bonuses
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Iraqi anti-US cleric Sadr resurfaces in Turkey
The anti-US cleric met with Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan first for talks on "security in Iraq and the promotion of links between the parties," according to a Turkish diplomat who spoke on condition of anonymity. He was then entertained by ...
Iraq's Sadr secretly came to Turkey, to meet PM Erdogan
Iraq's Sadr in Turkey for talks with Erdogan
Iraq's Moqtada al-Sadr Visits Turkey
US military deaths in Iraq war at 4281
AP As of Friday, May 1, 2009, at least 4281 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. ...
Turkish warplanes hit suspected PKK in Iraq
ANKARA, April 30 (Reuters) - Turkey's military said it had launched air strikes against suspected Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) bases in northern Iraq overnight and on Thursday. The operation came after nine Turkish soldiers were killed by a bomb in ...
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Turkish warplanes hit Kurd rebel targets in Iraq
Turkey bombs Iraq —again!
Iraq strives for reconciliation, but whose?
Reuters - Missy Ryan, Waleed Ibrahim
As the rash of deadly bombings raises fears of resurgent sectarian conflict like that which tore Iraq apart between 2005 and 2007, there is little common ground about how to achieve reconciliation, or on whose terms. Maliki, an increasingly assertive ...