Daily Star - Lebanon
Iraq's cash needs may drive energy deal with Kurds
Iraq's Oil Ministry on Monday rejected an $8 billion Kurdish plan to fill the Nabucco pipeline with gas for Europe, the latest spat in a long feud with the largely autonomous Kurdistan region over control of massive oil and gas reserves. ...
UAE's Dana in leap with Iraq gas deal - analysts
Iraq rejects Kurdish plans to export gas to Europe
Iraq gas for Nabucco a tough deal
Los Angeles Times
US denies Iran accusation on Iraqi Kurds
WASHINGTON (AFP) — The US Defense Department on Tuesday rejected accusations from Iran that Washington was training "terrorists" in Iraq's Kurdish region and countered that Tehran was meddling in Iraq. "It's not to my knowledge that we are undertaking ...
Iraq : Al-Qaeda behind attacks on Iranians
Iranian Leader Accuses US of Supporting Terrorism
US rejects Iran charge of aiding terrorists in Iraq
Iraq Arrests 2 Sunni Leaders, Raising Fears of Violence
New York Times, United States
The Awakening movement played a crucial role in reducing the violence in Iraq over the past two years, but some Sunni leaders have complained that the government of Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki has broken its promise to integrate their members ...
Iraq to prosecute Sunni militiamen only for murder
Iraq slides election until January
Trepidation as US exits Iraq's cities
US military deaths in Iraq war at 4297
Washington Post, United States
By AP AP -- As of Monday, May 18, 2009, at least 4297 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. ...
US military deaths in Iraq war at 4297
US moves shooting suspect from Iraq
An army sergeant accused of killing five soldiers at a mental health clinic on a Baghdad base has left Iraq, according to the the US military. John Russell was being held in pre-trial confinement at Camp Arifjan in Kuwait, a military spokesman said on ...
Suspect in Iraq clinic shooting now in Kuwait
War's Psychic Toll
Troops spruce up Iraq bases before departure
Keep the faith in fight for transparent government
Detroit Free Press, United States
... well have it right that the photos of detainee abuse he's now unwilling to release have little or nothing new to show the American people -- and the world -- beyond what they've seen in previously released photos from the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq. ...
President Obama is right: Don't release the Iraq prisoner photos
Barack Obama's popularity is fueled by his personality, not his ...
Mr. Obama's War?
Iraq releases 'al-Baghdadi tape'
Iraqi authorities have released a video they says shows the interrogation of Abu Omar al-Baghdadi, the purported leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq. Major General Qasim Atta, the spokesman for Baghdad's security operations, showed at a news conference on ...
Video: Inside Iraq - Rising violence - 15 May 09 - Part 1
Iraq police release video 'of Qaeda leader'
Iraq shows confessions of top al-Qaida
3 News NZ
Army captain pleads guilty in Iraq theft ring
The Associated Press
(AP) — An Army captain pleaded guilty Monday to stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of military equipment from an Army base in Iraq and selling it to a businessman there. Elbert W. George III, 36, of Suffolk, Va., faces up to five years in ...
Suffolk soldier pleads guilty in Iraq scheme
Captain pleads guilty in equipment theft
Two US soldiers plead guilty to selling supplies to Iraqi businessman
'GQ': Top-secret Iraq war reports featured Biblical phrases
An article in the current issue of GQ reports that in the early days of the Iraq war, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld would often hand carry to the White House a daily, top secret "Worldwide Intelligence Update" that included a cover page ...
Donald Rumsfeld's dirty laundry
Cafferty: Complete investigation of Bush admin and Iraq war ...
Biblical Quotes Said to Adorn Pentagon Reports
Britain cited in soldier's Iraq death
United Press International
On Monday, three judges considering the case of Pvt. Jason Smith, who died in Iraq while serving with the British Army, dismissed an attempt by the Ministry of Defense to reverse a lower court ruling that found the government liable for Smith's 2003 ...
Video: Soldiers' human rights victory: A mother's response
Mother's joy at test case verdict
Mother of dead soldier hails human rights breach ruling