Turkey Says Iraq Air Strikes Possible 'Blunder'
(NewsCore) - Turkey's ruling party admitted late Thursday that air strikes which killed 35 Kurds at the country's border with Iraq might have been a "blunder" that mistakenly hit civilians instead of terrorists. Turkey's military command said it had ...
Turkish airstrikes along Iraq border kill dozens
Airstrike on Turkey-Iraq border kills 35 people, official says
Turkish air strikes kill dozens of villagers near Iraq border
Christian Science Monitor
Iraq's Political Crisis May Have Broader Mideast Reach
Voice of America
December 29, 2011 Iraq's Political Crisis May Have Broader Mideast Reach Edward Yeranian | Cairo In the wake of the US military pullout from Iraq, a political crisis threatens to ignite a fresh sectarian conflict. Regional tension between Shi'ite ...
US weapons sales to Iraq: Still a good idea as violence escalates?
Analysis: Iraqi Kurds maneuver in political minefield
Will US weapons be used to foster violence in Iraq after pullout?
Voice of America
Analysts: Al-Qaida in Iraq Aims to Stir Sectarian Strife
Voice of America
December 29, 2011 Analysts: Al-Qaida in Iraq Aims to Stir Sectarian Strife Pam Dockins | Washington Shortly after US troops left Iraq - and with Iraqis worried that their forces will be unable to keep the country secure - a string of terrifying ...
Sons of Conover Made Ultimate Iraq Sacrifices as Small Towns Hit Hardest
Enlarge image Iraq War Iraq War Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images US Army soldiers carry the flag-draped transfer case containing the remains of US Army Sergeant Vernon W. Martin of Savannah, Georgia, out of a C-17 during a dignified transfer on the tarmac ...
Sons of Conover Made Iraq Sacrifices as Small Towns Hit Hardest
UN complains to Iraq over attack on dissident camp
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United Nations has complained to Iraq about mortar attacks this week on an Iranian dissident camp near Baghdad and has won a promise that they will be stopped, a UN spokesman said on Thursday. Two mortars hit Camp Ashraf ...
Iranian exiles in Iraq agree to move camps
400 Iranian dissidents in Iraq to relocate
Don't blame oil price increase on the Iraq war
Jessica Mathews cited a “fivefold” increase in oil prices among the staggering costs of America's war of choice in Iraq [“A missed opportunity to combat WMDs,” op-ed, Dec 27]. The costs of our Iraq adventure in terms of lives and money are beyond ...
Foreign business in Iraq quadruples in 2011
In Iraq, war without end
Iraq: Lies and Other Leavetakings
Weapons Sales to Iraq Move Ahead Despite US Worries
New York Times
While the United States is eager to beef up Iraq's military, at least in part as a hedge against Iranian influence, there are also fears that the move could backfire if the Baghdad government ultimately aligns more closely with the Shiite theocracy in ...
Iraq's Sunni Iraqiya Accepts Talabani Call for Strife Talks
U.S. arms sales to Iraq raise concerns
Allawi says Iraq headed for "sectarian autocracy"
San Francisco Chronicle (blog)
No plans yet for Iraq War veteran parade in N.J.
A lot of people did not think so in 2006 and 2007, around the time some politicians seemed ready declare a premature victory in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. During those years, Congress had set aside $20 million in defense budgeting to fund a party ...
Bloomfield opinion: Ending Iraq War
The Iraq War: How good was it for business?
As Iraq War Ends, No Parade Planned for US Troops
Back from Iraq: Clinton soldier reflects on end of US mission
Knoxville News Sentinel
By Matt Lakin Isaiah Lloyd, right, came home to Clinton in time for Christmas after serving with the Army's 82nd Airborne Division as one of the last US troops to leave Iraq. His father, Roger Lloyd, left, has organized a homecoming celebration Sunday ...
Iraq – Wash, Rinse, Repeat the Lies – Iran
George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney manipulated the mass media into believing that Iraq was developing a nuclear bomb. In September 2002 British Prime Minister Tony Blair and President Bush claimed, “I would remind you that when the ...
Bush, Obama and a new centurys dark debut
Bush and Blair found guilty of war crimes for Iraq attack