Factbox: Security developments in Iraq, March 10
* BAGHDAD - Four policemen and two civilians were killed during a shootout between police and police and robbers who were attempting a raid on a goldsmith shop in the Binoog district of northern Baghdad, an Interior Ministry source said. ...
Iraq: “Day of Rage” sees thousands protest
Meet protest demands or go, deputy tells Iraq leader
Iraq seeks to raise capacity of oil export by 5%
Trend News Agency
Iraq's flaws are losing it oil wealth
Daily Star - Lebanon
Iraq's petroleum impasse is rooted in the vagaries of the Iraqi Constitution and the ethnic and sectarian interests it has encouraged. By devolving large powers to the regions and providing for the distribution of oil revenues to make up for the wrongs ...
Attack on Iraq pipeline halt oil exports
Iraqi oil pipeline bombed
Iraq-Turkey pipeline repairs to take up to 5 days
TOP Oil Market News: Oil Pares Drop; Iraq Oil Exports to Resume
Iraq will resume oil exports to the Turkish Mediterranean port of Ceyhan within five days following an explosion yesterday, Emad al-Baqer, North Oil Co. head of production, said. North Sea Forties crude rose after BP Plc raised its bid. ...
Oil industry reassured on Middle East stability
Saudis Key to Securing Oil During Unrest
Concerns Iran will hit gulf oil output
The Guardian (blog)
Plan of action
We have been fighting in Afghanistan for nine years and Iraq for eight, but the typical Washington hawk views wars the way Hugh Hefner views buxom blondes: You can never have too many. The current craze is for a no-fly zone to help remove Moammar ...
U.S. unable to aid Libya because of Afghan, Iraq wars
Iraq Veterans Against the War: Stand in Solidarity March 19th: Madison, Wisconsin
The shadow of the Iraq War isn't as long as Applebaum claims
New York Times
Rebuilt Iraq Mosque Buoys Spirits, but New Sectarian Splits Loom
New York Times
SAMARRA, Iraq — The mosque at the heart of this ancient city, once a bombed-out epitaph for Iraq's spiral into civil war, is now heralded as a symbol of its painstaking recovery. Five years after an insurgent bombing ...
Mental health helpline for troops
The Press Association
A Government-funded helpline to support troops returning from Iraq and Afghanistan is being officially launched. The 24-hour helpline is designed to help troops who may be suffering mental health problems. The charity Rethink will deliver the service ...
New Zealand Herald
Father of WikiLeaks suspect says son is innocent
He is charged with 22 counts, including aiding the enemy, for allegedly stealing classified documents and causing them to be published on the Internet while working as an intelligence analyst in Iraq. The charges involve the suspected distribution of ...
Senators Question How WikiLeaks Breach Happened
Pentagon tightens computer security in wake of WikiLeaks breach
Stripped naked every night, Bradley Manning tells of prison ordeal
Why Gaddafi will never go quietly
The current situation in Libya is reminiscent of the situation in Iraq in 1991. Back then, it was expected that Saddam Hussein would soon be overthrown by a popular revolt. Saddam used his powerful military forces to crush the uprising. ...
Iraq War exhibit does not tell the whole story
Anniversary in Kurdistan offers lessons for Libya
Bill Clinton Says US Should Support a No-Fly Zone to Help Libyan Rebels
Paris court convicts Parisian who went to Iraq to fight in the jihad
The Canadian Press
PARIS — A Paris court has convicted a Frenchman who went to Iraq in 2004 to fight as an insurgent and sentenced him to five years in prison. The court issued a warrant for 28-year-old Peter Cherif who attended the trial but wasn't present for the ...
It was on Iraq and Saddam Hussein in 2003 on the eve of the US invasion of that country. Today it's on Libya and Muammar Gaddafi. US President Barack Obama said something to the effect that history is moving against Gaddafi, even as his opponent in the ...
A Libyan no-fly zone is no different to invading Iraq
While Talking Libya No-Fly Zone, McCain Says 9/11 Prompted Iraq War (VIDEO)
From Iraq to Libya: a history of no-fly zones