Iraq sees Exxon's interest in south larger than Kurd deal
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq believes Exxon Mobil (XOM.N) has less interest in pursuing a disputed oil deal in the country's semi-autonomous Kurdistan region because it has much larger contract in southern Iraq, its oil minister said on Saturday. ...
Iraq's Kurds keen to mine riches
Iraq airport row signals problems ahead
Fate of a US Base Heightens Tensions in Iraq's Contested North
MyFox Tampa Bay
Iraq war hero moves into new home in Tampa
MyFox Tampa Bay
TAMPA - On March 12, 2008 Sgt. Joel Tavera was serving his country in Iraq when tragedy struck. He was riding in an armored Sports Utility Vehicle in Iraq when it was struck by five rockets. Three of his comrades were killed and Tavera himself was ...
Tampa disabled war vet gets parade, new home
Iraq Inquiry report to be delayed until summer of 2012
The publication of Iraq Inquiry report will be delayed for at least six months due in part to a dispute over the release of secret documents. The Chilcot inquiry had hoped to release its report into the run-up to the 2003 invasion and its aftermath ...
Iraq inquiry report delayed by half a year
Iraq Inquiry report delayed due to wrangle with government over secret documents
Leading article: Iraq Inquiry must not be held hostage
The Associated Press
Gay soldier shares reaction to GOP debate boos
The Associated Press
He wasn't worried that his debate question, posed via a YouTube video recorded in Iraq, would generate boos or reveal his sexual orientation to millions of people, including his superiors and fellow troops. All Hill was thinking about in September was ...
Iraq signs 'death warrant' on Iran exiles
Iraq wants a year-end closure of the camp but more than 100 parliamentarians along with rights groups have urged a postponement to give time to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees and others to screen and resettle residents. ...
Maryam Rajavi: Relocation of Ashraf residents inside Iraq is tantamount to ...
Iraq urged to expel MKO terrorists
Talks underway on closing Iran exile camp in Iraq
US forces kill Iraqis after bombing: officials
BAGHDAD — US forces shot dead two Iraqi civilians south of Baghdad on Saturday following a bomb attack on their convoy, Iraq security officials said, while the US military denied its soldiers opened fire. "A roadside bomb hit a US convoy in Yusifiyah ...
IRAQ: 2 CIVILIANS KILLED BY AMERICANS. USA DENY.
Bombs in central Iraq kill 9 people
Iraq bombings kill 9, injure scores
Bragg soldiers at Camp Taji are the northernmost American troops in Iraq
TAJI, Iraq - As a convoy of US troops from Forward Operating Base Warrior passed by Friday, soldiers deployed to Camp Taji became the northernmost American troops left in Iraq. Among those soldiers is 2nd Battalion, 325th Airborne ...
Last Nebraska guard unit returns from Iraq
Lincoln Journal Star
Ninety members of the unit arrived home to be greeted by hundreds of family members and friends after a nearly year-long mission to Iraq. (FRANCIS GARDLER/Lincoln Journal Star) When American forces invaded Iraq in 2003, Nebraska National Guardsmen were ...
Last Wisconsin Guard unit arrives home from Iraq
West Bend welcomes home its last troops from Iraq
After Iraq, Pa. National Guard retrains for more missions at home
Iraq's Syria stance is Sunni-Shiite related, analysts say
Syria and Iraq share a 605-kilometre border, and Sunni-majority provinces along the frontier were strongholds of resistance against United States forces and the Shiite-led Iraqi governments that have followed the 2003 US-led invasion that toppled Sunni ...
Iraq's Syria stance Sunni-Shiite related: analysts
Iran: is it Iraq all over again?
The Canberra Times
ElBaradei, IAEA director during the 2002-03 Iraq crisis, protected the agency's independence and credibility and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his commitment to international public service and courage in resisting national agendas. ...
Israel's anti-Iran plans – Learn lessons from US fate in Afghanistan and Iraq
WMD deja-vu: Iran replaces Iraq
Focus :The New Crusade in a One-by-one Muslim Country (1-2)