2400-plus Guard troops are off to Kuwait, Iraq
Minneapolis Star Tribune
A yearlong deployment involves the First Brigade Combat Team, a Minnesota brigade that was the longest-serving in the Iraq war. ...
Minn. Guard to deploy 2400 to Iraq, Kuwait
Second largest Minn. deployment underway for National Guard
2400 Minn. Guard troops to be deployed to Kuwait
Globe and Mail
Car bombs kill six as terrorists target Shiite pilgrims in Iraq
Overall violence in Iraq has dropped sharply from the height of sectarian warfare in 2006 to 2007, but Sunni Islamist insurgents still stage lethal attacks, ...
Bombings Around Baghdad Kill 8
More Iraq attacks likely ahead of summit: al-Hashemi (Roundup)
Iraq bomb blasts kill eight
Radical Iraqi cleric travels back to Iran
By the CNN Wire Staff Baghdad (CNN) -- Iraqi radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr has traveled to Iran for a visit, weeks after returning to Iraq and ...
The Surprise in Iraq Is Over
Iraqi Cleric Muqtada Sadr Leaves for Iran Again
Shiite cleric Sadr 'returns to Iran' from Iraq
Critics alarmed as Iraq's Maliki centralizes power
The main agencies affected are the Central Bank of Iraq, the Independent Higher Electoral Commission, anti-corruption watchdog the Integrity Commission and ...
Iraq PM Maliki to confer with former PMs Allawi and Jaafari to settle security ...
British security guard Danny Fitzsimons denies double murder in Iraq
A BRITISH security guard with post-traumatic stress disorder killed two colleagues in self-defence, an Iraqi court ...
Iraq murder trial verdict delayed
Briton pleads not guilty in Iraq shooting
Daniel Fitzsimons denies murder of two colleagues in Iraq
Tony Blair Facing Second Round of Iraq Inquiries
The Epoch Times
TESTIMONY: Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair is seen on a television screen during The Iraq Inquiry on January 21 in London. ...
The Persecution of Tony Blair
Tony Blair at the Iraq inquiry: day of regret, day of reckoning
Blair was hell-bent on war, expert says
Preview: Uzbekistan v Australia
It took until the 118th minute for them to get past a stubborn Iraq side, with Harry Kewell the man on the spot to convert a brilliant cross from Matt McKay ...
Pride and skill show Iraq's 2007 victory was no fluke
Australia, Uzbekistan set for Asian Cup semi-final showdown
Osieck happy but feels Australia could have done the job within 90