In Iraq, US troops learn to cope with rejection
Los Angeles Times
Reporting from Forward Operating Base Falcon, Iraq - Air Force Staff Sgt. Daniel Rashke realized how much things had changed for US troops in ...
Iraq presses for tribunal for Syria bomb suspects
Iraq nabbed insurgents ahead of August bombs
Iraq's Maliki calls on UN to try Baghdad bombing suspects
Drawing Down Troops in Iraq
With more deployments likely for Afghanistan, the administration is determined to withdraw the bulk of about 130000 US troops still in Iraq during the first ...
Reliving the Past
Afghanistan and learning to say no
Too much has been gained in Afghanistan to exit now
IRAQ: Baghdad warns neighbors, airs militants' confessions on TV
Los Angeles Times
To where will they be exported [next] time, to Iraq again or to a different country? Can the evil be contained to one specific country? ...
Iraq sends extra police to Syrian border
Iraq boosts security on Syrian border
Iraq sends more police forces to border with Syria
Shell gas deal seen delayed past Iraq elections
Deputy Oil Minister Ahmed al-Shamma, stressing he spoke for himself rather than the Iraqi Oil Ministry, said he expected the project in southern Iraq would ...
Iraq-Shell gas deal likely to be delayed
Shell told to wait until Iraq election is over
Iraq gas deal faces elections delay
Middle East Online
Hundreds protest against proposed US-Iraq-Kurd force
HAWIJAH, Iraq — Hundreds of Arabs demonstrated in northern Iraq on Saturday against the prospect of American soldiers teaming up with Iraqi and Kurdish ...
Iraqi Arabs protest US plan for Kurdish patrols
FEATURE-Kurds in Iraq province threaten to split it in two
Iraq Disputed Area
Voice of America
FACTBOX-Security developments in Iraq, Sept 6
* MOSUL - Gunmen stormed a family house, shooting dead a woman and her 3-year old grandchild in western Mosul, police said. MOSUL - Gunmen opened fire on a ...
Round-up of Daily Violence in Iraq - Sunday 6 September 2009
Gunmen Kill 5 in Mosul Shootings
Five killed in Mosul shootings
Iraq PM challenges Syria to explain militant aid
BAGHDAD, Sept 3 (Reuters) - Iraq's Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki challenged Syria on Thursday to explain why it shelters armed groups that Iraq blames for ...
Iraq accuses Syria of harboring armed groups
Turks begin Iraq-Syria mediation
IRAQ: Baghdad-Damascus feud heats up again after bombings