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Hotel fire in northern Iraq claims 28 lives
Los Angeles Times
A fire swept through a hotel in northern Iraq filled with foreigners, killing at least 28 people as some ...
28 killed in hotel fire in Iraq's Kurdish region
Iraq hotel fire kills 30 people
30 Killed in Northern Iraq Hotel Fire
US hands last detention camp to Iraq
BAGHDAD, July 16 (UPI) -- Camp Cropper, the last detention center under US control in Iraq, was turned over to Iraq's justice minister, officials said. ...
U.S. hands over last Iraq jail but keeps 200 inmates
Iraqis Take Control of Last US Prison in Iraq
US hands over last prison in Iraq
Army reports 32 suicides in June, highest number since early 2009
The boost in the number of suicides in June was likely driven by the "continued stresses on the force" caused by the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, said Col. ...
Army reports record number of suicides for June
'Continued Stress' on Soldiers Causes 32 Suicides in June
Record Number Of Army Suicides In June
Two blasts kill 3, wound 6 in Iraq
BAGHDAD, July 16 (Xinhua) -- Two roadside bombs hit Iraq's capital city of Baghdad Friday morning, killing at least 3 people and wounding 6 others, ...
Car bomb kills six in Tikrit, Iraq
Round-up of Daily Violence in Iraq - Friday 16 July, 2010
Six people killed, 16 injured in separate attacks in Iraq
Judge: Stolen Valor Act unconstitutional
... been charged with misdemeanors for making false claims of receiving military decoration for serving in the Iraq war, The Denver Post reported Friday. ...
Judge: Law penalizing fake heroes unconstitutional
"Stolen Valor Act" Declared Unconstitutional
Federal court says Stolen Valor Act violates First Amendment
Legal concerns affected Iraq openness says ex-minister
Legal concerns were partly to blame for the government not being open with the families of troops killed in Iraq, a former minister has said. ...
Iraq inquiry: Forces welfare was under 'huge strain'
Ministers 'not open on Iraq deaths'
Former defence minister: It was 'very wearing' to meet war heroes' families
Appeals court sides with Iranian dissident group
The Associated Press
The court said the US government must give the Iraq-based group a chance to respond to claims that it continues to engage in terrorist activity or at least ...
Iranian resistance group scores a victory in US court (Roundup)
Court tells State Dept. to reconsider terrorist label for Iran opposition group
Court orders State Department to review ruling on alleged terror group
High Court to investigate Iraq torture allegations
James Eadie QC, representing the Defence Secretary, said the Government was already setting up a new team of investigators, IHAT [the Iraq Historical ...
British army's alleged torture of Iraqis goes to judicial review
Iraqis to seek torture inquiry
Iraqis win key round in bid for public inquiry on 'torture'
Kansas City Star
US bases in Iraq take precautions against attack by Iranian-backed militants
By September, 50000 US troops will remain in Iraq. "This is another attempt by Iran and others to influence the US role here," Odierno said. ...
Commander in Iraq Warns of Attacks on US Bases
General warns of attacks on US troops leaving Iraq
US Reports Threat from Iran-Backed Militants in Iraq