Some Troops to Stay in Iraq as Trainers, Top Officer Says
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Some United States forces will remain as military trainers on 10 bases in Iraq even after an end-of-year deadline for all American troops to be out of the country, Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, the chairman of the Joint ...
Panetta defends US decision to break off talks with Iraq
Panetta: Iraq Ready to Fight Extremism
Defense chief clashes with senators over Iraq
Village in Iraq Falters With Exit of US Troops
New York Times
A boy sits in debris from Speicher Base near Sokur, Iraq, which housed American troops until they left the site on Oct. 20. By ANDREW E. KRAMER SOKUR, Iraq — The name of this dusty little village means falcon in Arabic, a reference to its history as a ...
Iraq Approves $17.2 Billion Shell Gas Deal
Wall Street Journal
KIRKUK, Iraq—The Iraqi cabinet Tuesday approved a deal valued as much to $17.2 billon for Royal Dutch Shell PLC to capture and process gas from three giant southern oil fields—Rumaila, West Qurna phase 1, and Zubair in the southern ...
Iraq Approves $17 Billion Contract for Gas Capture With Shell, Mitsubishi
Iraq Approves $17 Billion Gas Deal With Shell, Mitsubishi
Royal Dutch Shell Plc: Iraq Natural Gas Joint Venture Gets Final Approval
Iraq beats Jordan 3-1 in World Cup qualifiers (Video)
AMMONNEWS - Iraq's National Football team beat Jordan 3-1 in a match played Tuesday evening at the Amman International Stadium in their fifth match in Round 3, Group A World Cup qualifiers. Jordan scored its lone goal in the first half of the match, ...
Iraq beats Jordan 3-1 in WCup qualifying
Jordan 1-3 Iraq
The job is not yet done, Zico warns Iraq players
US Military Deaths in Iraq War at 4484
15, 2011, at least 4484 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 nine military civilians killed in action. At least 3526 military personnel died as a ...
US military: American service member dies in Iraq
US soldier killed in central Iraq
Wall Street Journal
Chevron Goes Hunting In Iraq As Baghadad Gets Steamed
Oil major Chevron is said to be in talks with the Kurdish government to begin exploration activity in the semi autonomous region of Iraq.  Kurdistan Regional Government's natural resources minister Ashti Awrami revealed that his government was in ...
Exxon's Tillerson Follows Tony Hayward Into Kurdish Bonanza
Iraq Criticizes Exxon Mobil for Its Deal With the Kurds
Iraq Objects to Exxon Deal With Kurds
State Department could buy local food for its workers in Iraq
The State Department, seeking to cut costs in Iraq, is looking to locally purchase some of the food its personnel eat, potentially breaking from the US military's practice of importing all food and fuel. American diplomats ate in a cafeteria in one of ...
With the Troops: As units roll out of Ramadi there is no letup in search for ...
Despite Macings, Principle Drives Iraq Vet To Occupy Seattle
An Iraq War veteran serving as a volunteer media for participants in the Occupy Seattle movement alleges he was maced 23 times in the face by Seattle police while attempting to render aid to protestors during the November 2 protest at a downtown Chase ...
Bishops, back from Iraq, suggest ways Catholics, Americans can help
Catholic News Service
BALTIMORE (CNS) -- The nation and American Catholics both can help keep Iraq from sliding into chaos once US troops leave the country at the end of the year, said two US bishops who visited Iraq for four days in October. ...
The Bishops on Iraq
C-store Balloonist Delays Iraq Lawn Chair Flight Until March
After announcing a daring plan to take a balloon-powered flight over Iraq, convenience store owner Kent Couch and his Iraqi partner Fareed Lafta have delayed their adventure -- but only to accommodate more sponsors due to a surge of interest, ...
US man delays Iraq lawn-chair balloon flight
Oregon man delays Iraq lawn-chair balloon flight until March
Lawn chair balloonists to take flight in Iraq