Guest View: Standing with the people of Libya
Over the years, I have strongly opposed war and in particular recent US military involvement in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. However, I commend and fully support President Obama's decision to engage our military in a limited role ...
A War By Any Name
High 'O,' high 'O' -- off to war he goes
An Honest Speech to the American People
McClatchy Washington Bureau
Pentagon spends billions to fight roadside bombs, with little success
WASHINGTON -- In February 2006, with roadside bombs killing more and more American soldiers in Iraq, the Pentagon created an agency to defeat the deadly threat and tasked a retired four-star general to run it. ...
JIEDDO: The Manhattan Project that bombed
The Canadian Press
Kurd-Turkmen talks top Turk PM Iraq agenda
BAGHDAD: Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is to visit Iraq and attempt to broker talks between ethnic Turkmen and Kurds over their rival claims to the oil-rich city of Kirkuk, a Turkmen politician said yesterday. Turkey is pressuring us to ...
Libya can turn into another Iraq: Erdogan
Turkey seeks mediating role in Libya conflict
Turkey offers to broker Libya ceasefire as rebels advance on Sirte
Libya is not repeat of Iraqi conflict; America should now focus inward
With the recent missile strikes in Libya by allied forces, some people are becoming concerned Libya will become the next Iraq. This is unlikely, however. For one thing, as the Associated Press observed, ...
Globe and Mail
London's biggest protest since Iraq war in 2003
LONDON — More than 250000 people took to London's streets to protest the toughest spending cuts since World War II -- one of the largest demonstrations since the Iraq war -- as riot police clashed with a small groups. ...
London erupts as 400000 protest spending cuts
London marchers protest massive spending cuts in Britain
Thousands march in London against austerity measures
Iowans volunteer even after raw deal in Iraq
Cpl. Zarick Kuehl, 24, of Mechanicsville says his mom knew about the extended deployment in Iraq before he did. / RODNEY WHITE/THE REGISTER Sgt. Roger Bradley, 38, is with the 1-168th Battalion in Paktia Province in Afghanistan. ...
Kansas City Star
Bernard-Henri Levy: War in Iraq was detestable. War in Libya was inevitable.
Christian Science Monitor
Bernard-Henri Levy, the French author and philosopher played a key role in convincing French president Nicolas Sarkozy to recognize the Libyan rebels' transitional government and establish the no-fly zone. Here he discusses the mission in Libya and the ...
French 20% More Supportive of Libya War Than Americans
Trend News Agency
FACTBOX-Security developments in Iraq, March 27
* MOSUL - Armed men forced their way into a house in western Mosul, 390 km (240 miles) north of Baghdad, and killed six women and one man, police said. BAGHDAD - One civilian was killed and two others were wounded when a bomb attached to a car went off ...
1 killed, 10 wounded in Iraq's violence
Iraqi protesters rally in the rain
Baghdad: Demonstrations in the rain
Zain Iraq plans to invest $100m in Kurdish zone Monday, 28 March 2011 00:37
Emad Makiya, CEO of Zain Iraq, the country's biggest mobile phone operator, said the firm planned to extend its services to “every remote village” in the semi-autonomous northern area after officially launching operations in its three main cities on ...
Zain Iraq expands mobile phone services to Kurdistan
Zain Iraq expands into Kurdistan