Detainee in Iraq Poses a Dilemma as US Exit Nears
New York Times
WASHINGTON — As United States troops prepare to exit Iraq at the end of the month, the Obama administration is facing a significant dilemma over what to do with the last remaining detainee held by the American military in Iraq. ...
US opens its doors to Iraqi students
US cuts loose from Iraq war still hampered by its legacy
Pakistan Daily Times
WASHINGTON: The United States has cut loose from its long war in Iraq aiming to meet other challenges, particularly in Asia, but is still hampered by the war's legacy and the continuing conflict in Afghanistan. With Washington pulling out the last of ...
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Obama to meet Iraq's Maliki on Monday, promote US troop withdrawal
WASHINGTON -- The Obama administration this week plans to showcase the close of the war in Iraq, looking to highlight what it says is a 2008 campaign promise made good - and likely previewing a 2012 campaign theme. President Barack Obama will meet ...
Obama to meet with Iraq's prime minister
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Frank Rosenblatt returns to Iraq as a lawyer -- and a new father
Editor's note: This is the first of four stories profiling soldiers and their families whose lives were defined by the Iraq war. Kirkuk, Iraq (CNN) -- Rocket alarms pierced the quiet at Camp Warrior, breaking the concentration ...
Stars and Stripes
Iraqi troops prepare to protect their own country after US soldiers leave
CAMP COS KALSU, Iraq, Dec. 11 (Xinhua) -- Breezing Iraq's dusty desert wind, the US army's 1st Cavalry Division handed over their Camp Cos Kalsu to the Iraqi authorities on Sunday. "We are going to protect our own country and we don't ...
Iraqi troops prepare to protect their own country
In The Iraqi Desert, A Way Station On The Road Home
Once bustling US base in Basra now a ghost town
As US leaves, Iraqi forces still under construction
US Army soldiers walk through a vehicle transport area inside Camp Adder, near Nasiriyah, Iraq December 3, 2011. By Jim Loney BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Nearly nine years after the United States threw out Saddam Hussein and dissolved his feared security ...
The Cold War between Saudi Arabia and Iran
COMMUNITY COMMENT: Innocent suffer after war machine leaves
People power matters
Why US left Iraq early
In the accounting of what was won and lost in America's Iraq war, this sleepy farming town deep in the western desert will rank as a place where almost everything was lost. It was here, on November 19, 2005, that a group of Marines went on a shooting ...
KIMA CBS 29
NJ widow exposes mishandling of troop remains
9, 2011, and holds a case with an American flag and medals from her husband, Sgt. 1st Class Scott R. Smith, a bomb-disposal technician, who was killed in Iraq in 2006. It took Smith more than four years to learn what happened to the final remains of ...
US widow exposes mishandling of remains
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Crazy World: Man kills maid for beating his kids
Iraq Kurds Draft Law for Fund to Invest Region's Oil, Gas Income
11 (Bloomberg) -- Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdistan Regional Government proposed a draft law to set up a fund to manage revenue from the sale of oil and natural gas produced in the region, according to the KRG's official website. ...
Kurdish Regional Government Continues to Fail Vulnerable Minorities in Iraq