For Iraq, a Surge in Petty Crime Is a Victory, of Sorts
New York Times
BAGHDAD — On a day when the prime minister of Turkey arrived to promote business ties between his country and Iraq, a spate of attacks, including roadside bombings, jewelry heists and the slaughter of six women and a man in Mosul that may ...
Robberies, shootings, bombings kill a dozen in Iraq
Gunmen kill 7 in Iraq's Mosul
Attacks leave 18 dead across Iraq
Marine gets probation for accepting bribes in Iraq
The Seattle Times
A US Marine has been sentenced to five years' probation for accepting a $25000 bribe to award $1 million in contracts in Iraq to a Lebanese company. By NEDRA PICKLER Associated Press A US Marine has been sentenced to five years' probation for accepting ...
The Guardian (blog)
Obama Libya is no Iraq
The experience in Iraq is 'not something we can afford to repeat in Libya,' Obama says. | AP Photo Close By GLENN THRUSH | 3/28/11 8:29 PM EDT Updated: 3/28/11 9:21 PM EDT President Barack Obama, addressing the American people directly for the first ...
Obama: Libya Isn't Iraq
Obama: Libya will not be Iraq
Obama says US cannot afford repeat of Iraq in Libya
New York Times
Clashes Fuel Debate Over US Plan to Leave Iraq
New York Times
People at a market in Kirkuk, Iraq. The town and its surrounding lands are also claimed by the autonomous Kurdish region in the north. By TIM ARANGO KIRKUK, Iraq — Many in this divided city want American troops to stay longer than the Obama ...
Hundreds of Kurdish, Turkoman Students Clash in N. Iraq
Turkmen, Kurd students clash in Kirkuk
Iraq and the Kurds: Confronting Withdrawal Fears
Exxon, partners reach milestone at Iraqi oil field
s subsidiary in Iraq said on Monday that the company and its partners at a large oil field under development in southern Iraq have exceeded a production target. The initial field production of 244000 barrels per day at the Qurna I field has increased ...
Exxon Mobil reaches milestone in Iraq
West Qurna 1 project hits output landmark
Iraq's West Qurna I Field Reaches Oil Production Milestone
Army judge orders autopsy photos cropped for trial of Ft. Stewart soldier ...
Los Angeles Times
(AP) — A military judge said Monday the faces of two slain Fort Stewart soldiers must be cropped from autopsy photos before the images can be used in the court-martial of an Army sergeant charged with killing them while deployed to Iraq. ...
IMF skeptical of Iraq oil targets
WASHINGTON — The International Monetary Fund Monday expressed doubts over Iraq's ability to meet its long-term targets for oil production, currently the source of nearly 90 percent of government income. The IMF said infrastructure constraints were ...
The Myth of Sunni Power
Output At Iraq S Oil Fields Rising As Oil Deals Kick In
Wall Street Journal
BASRA, Iraq (Dow Jones)--International oil firms that won mega-projects in southern Iraq expect to boost the country's crude oil output capacity by 600000 barrels a day by the end of the year. ...
The Independent (blog)
Kucinich: "Obama Doctrine" Like Bush Doctrine; Compares Libya To Iraq
He said Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. So here we are, $3 trillion later for the long term cost of the war, deaths of thousands of troops, deaths to millions of Iraqis, civilians died as a result of the conflict, and we've got to be careful ...
MICHAEL GOODWIN: The Obama Doctrine Is All About Obama
John Rentoul: "Obama is Awesome": the transcript
War By Triangulation
Turkish PM arrives in Iraq for talks with Iraqi leaders
People's Daily Online
Turkey's Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan Monday arrived in Baghdad on an official visit to meet with Iraqi leaders, an official said. Erdogan, accompanied by a high ranking delegation, is expected to meet with his Iraqi counterpart Nuri al-Maliki, ...
Turkish PM in Iraq to boost neighbourly ties
Erdoğan says Turkey to make Mesopotamia prosperity region
Oil, electricity investments expected to top talks between Turkish PM, Iraqi ...