Iraq female judge was a pioneer under Hussein, and still presides
Los Angeles Times
When Suad Dabbagh and two other women graduated from Iraq's Judicial Institute in 1979, they became the first female judges in a nation run by Saddam Hussein. The novelty led to a deluge of news photo and interview ...
Soldier found not guilty in shooting death of Iraq contractor
Los Angeles Times
A US soldier has been found not guilty by reason of lack of mental responsibility in the shooting death of a Hungarian civilian contractor in Iraq, military officials at Fort Hood said in a statement released Saturday. Pfc. Carl T. Stovall had pleaded ...
US soldier found not guilty in 2009 shooting death of civilian contractor in Iraq
US Soldier Found Not Guilty in Contractor Death
US soldier found not guilty in contractor death
Gulf Cup 2013 in Iraq runs into hurdles
BAGHDAD — Plans for Iraq to host football's Gulf Cup in 2013 ran into problems as a senior MP claimed to have proof of graft Saturday, while participating states have asked Baghdad for assurances over safety. The head of parliament's anti-corruption ...
Iraq to play qualifiers in Qatar - statement
Iraq name Qatar to host World Cup qualifiers
Iraq car bomb kills 17 at funeral near Hillah
Los Angeles Times
A car bomb exploded Friday near a mosque in southern Iraq as mourners gathered for the funeral of a tribal sheik, killing at least 17 people and wounding 70, Iraqi officials said. The blast took place at 5 pm in a ...
Car Bomb at Funeral in Iraq Kills at Least 7 and Hurts Scores
Iraq Funeral Bombing: Blast Kills 15 At Shiite Funeral South Of Baghdad
Car bomb at Iraq funeral kills 10
Sydney Morning Herald
Strike Reflects US Shift to Drones in Terror Fight
New York Times
Disillusioned by huge costs and uncertain outcomes in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Obama administration has decisively embraced the drone, along with small-scale lightning raids like the one that killed Osama bin Laden in May, as the future of the fight ...
Wars costs $11.6bn a month, says Pentagon
US Wars Cost $11.6 Billion a Month in Current Fiscal Year
U.S. Wars Cost $11.6 Billion a Month in Current Fiscal Year
'We Meant Well': An Attempt To Rebuild Iraq
Peter Van Buren was a career US Foreign Service officer for more than two decades when he left for Iraq in 2009. He discovered that the success of his mission might depend on contented cows and slaughtered chickens. Host Scott Simon speaks with Van ...
8 Ridiculous Iraq Projects The US Government Spent Your Money On
Peter Van Buren
Iraq's Maliki warns over Syrian sectarian turmoil
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki warned of regional fallout should protests in neighboring Syria escalate into sectarian violence or force a change in government along sectarian lines. ...
Guest columnist: US pullout is on track in Iraq, but Obama won't get any ...
Iraq: No impunity for US military
Iraq joins the US supply chain
Al-Qaida in Iraq Severely Weakened, General Says
WASHINGTON -- Al-Qaida's affiliate in Iraq has been severely weakened by a money squeeze, internal squabbling, a shortage of volunteer suicide bombers and more effective Iraqi efforts to snatch the terror group's foreign recruits ...
Much Improved Iraq Enjoys Liberty, U.S. Commander Says
US Military Hands Millions of Dollars of Equipment Over to Iraqis
4 photo, scraps of wood from the post office and a sign remain at a shuttered Camp Sather, part of the sprawling US military Victory Base Complex that is set to close in Baghdad, Iraq. The next three months in Iraq will look like a veritable fire sale, ...
Iraq is likely to buy more F-16s after the first 18
US sells $3billion worth of F-16 jets to Iraq… to give nation 'its air ...
Iraq makes first payment for 18 F-16s
Iraq expects to pump oil from new Gulf terminal Jan 1
BASRA, Iraq, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Iraq expects to turn on the tap at one of three new oil export terminals in the Gulf on Jan. 1, a major milestone in its effort to build export capacity to handle increasing output from southern ...
Iraq's southern oil exports jump in September
Iraq Kirkuk Oil Flow To Turkey On Hold For 5 Days - Shipper
Iraq shuts down crude exports to Turkey