Sadrists Call for New Elections in Iraq
Voice of America
December 27, 2011 Sadrists Call for New Elections in Iraq VOA News The Iraqi political bloc led by anti-American Shi'ite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr has issued a call to dissolve Iraq's parliament and hold early elections, in a move that could escalate the ...
Iraq's PM increases his grip on power in push that raises Shiite-Sunni tensions
Iraq's PM increases his grip on power, raises tensions
Iraq Bloc Backing Anti-American Cleric Calls for Dissolution of Parliament
The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
As Iraq War ends, no parade for troops is imminent
(AP) WASHINGTON — Americans probably won't be seeing a huge ticker-tape parade anytime soon for troops returning from Iraq, and it's not clear if veterans of the nine-year campaign will ever enjoy the grand, flag-waving, red-white-and-blue homecoming ...
As Iraq War Troops Return, No Welcome-Home Parade Planned
Iranian Dissidents Concerned as UN, Iraq Sign Agreement Over Refugee Camp
By Jennifer Griffin The United Nations and the Iraqi government have announced that they have signed an agreement about what to do with 3400 Iranian exiles who have been left stateless and under siege at a refugee camp in Iraq. But residents of Camp ...
Iraq: Ban welcomes deal on voluntary relocation of Iranian exiles
UN, Iraq begin relocation of Iranian exiles
UN and Iraq agree to relocate thousands of Iranian refugees
Congressman Says Iraq Releases 3 Security Contractors
| AP NEW YORK – A US congressman from New York says three security contractors, including two Americans, have been released by Iraqi Army forces after they were held for more than two weeks. Republican Peter King announced the releases of the men ...
No US Troops, But An Army Of Contractors In Iraq
New York Times
Iraq's Tenuous Post-American Future
Wall Street Journal
By L. PAUL BREMER Geography is forever and Iraq lives in a rough neighborhood. For millennia, leaders in Mesopotamia have survived by making fine calculations about power. And in the wake of the US decision to withdraw all troops from their country, ...
Making Themselves Heard in a Changed Iraq
The Fire Next Time
OUR VIEW: Welcome soldiers with open arms
Afghanistan and Iraq veterans set to pile pressure on health service
Cuts to the armed forces could lead to thousands more combat veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan needing help to cope with a range of mental illnesses, including post-traumatic stress disorder, a charity has warned. With the British army being cut by a ...
Strapped Illinois grappling to meet needs of younger vets returning from Iraq ...
Veterans Affairs claims progress in ending homelessness among vets
Non-profit group aiding vets with jobs, services
How to Save Iraq From Civil War
New York Times
Baghdad IRAQ today stands on the brink of disaster. President Obama kept his campaign pledge to end the war here, but it has not ended the way anyone in Washington wanted. The prize, for which so many American soldiers believed they were fighting, ...
As Iraq Struggles, Another Opportunity for Neocons to Blame Obama
Iraq -- Too Much, Too Soon
Huffington Post (blog)
As the war in Iraq comes to a close, some of us Americans sigh in relief. Finally, it is over. But as an Iraqi-American, I am not quite sure what to make of this war. While I cannot say that we have won (who did we beat?) -- or that we have lost (lost ...
Parents of fallen area troops: Is US out of Iraq too soon?
The reality of the Iraq war – More than one million people were killed
Shadow Government: Can Obama take credit for ending the Iraq War without ...
How Iraq, Afghanistan Have Changed The Military
US forces have left Iraq and a drawdown in Afghanistan is underway, but both wars have left an indelible impact on the US military. The armed forces have altered strategy and tactics, and countless lives have been changed — including those of the ...
La. town that lost 6 guardsmen in Iraq looks back
As the last US troops return from Iraq, we also remember the 4487 Americans who will not come home. Those deaths have touched every state in this country, and many small towns. Michelle Miller visited one of them. In Houma, Louisiana on Jan. ...