The Arab uprising spreads to Iraq
THE ARAB uprising has spread to Iraq, and in many ways the turmoil there resembles that of Egypt or Tunisia or Yemen. Thousands are taking to the streets on Fridays, only to be met by water cannon, tear gas and sometimes live ammunition. ...
Second National day of Rage in Iraq. Western media: deaf, dumb and blind
Iraqi forces use water cannons on protestors
Protesters converge on Iraq capital
The protests in Iraq are growing in size, partly because of the instability of the coalition government formed by Nouri al-Maliki, the country's prime minister, Arraf said. Iraqis are increasingly unwilling to accept the nature of the democracy that ...
Iraq removes curfew after protests
Libya and Iraq: Two Ways of Opposing a Tyrant -- but One Stole the Nation's ...
The historic anti-authoritarian, pro-democratic uprisings that have swept across North Africa raise an intriguing and troubling question: Absent American intervention, could a similar movement have unseated Iraq's Saddam Hussein? ...
US seeks to exploit Libyan oil: Iran Cmdr.
New Iraq protests smaller, less violent amid tight security
Los Angeles Times
A week after more than a dozen were killed in clashes with security forces, smaller rallies are held in Iraq demanding better services and a more accountable government. Some say would-be protesters were deterred by roadblocks or fear. ...
Iraq authorities limit movement as protests mount
Iraqi forces use water cannon to disperse protests
Protesters in Iraq defy tight security and driving ban
Britain's wings have been clipped by Iraq and Afghan folly
For Tony Blair on Iraq now read David Cameron on Libya. The parallels are irresistible but the world has changed. The Prime Minister, just like Mr Blair, may mean what he says and feel just as passionately about it. But his own party, let alone the Lib ...
No planes, no ships means no no-fly zone
Leading article: In defence of our forces
New York Times
Military Family Mental Health Visits have Grown 15% a Year Since 2001
Repeated deployments of American soldiers to Iraq and Afghanistan have taken their toll not only on the troops themselves but also their families, according to the Department of Defense. Information disclosed by the Pentagon to the US Senate Armed ...
Gates Ratchets Up His Campaign of Candor
Defense secretary suggests invading Afghanistan, Iraq was insane
Gates warns Air Force to prepare for range of threats
How Iraq can build a robust economy
The scenario: Thinking about growth may seem a luxury in Iraq, a nation beset by war and deep in the throes of political change, but the path to rising living standards runs directly through how firms, large and small, domestic and foreign, ...
Iraq- North Refinery in Beijy restores full production, Minister
Middle East North Africa Financial Network
(MENAFN - Aswat Al-Iraq) Iraq's Oil Minister, Abdul-Kerim Lueiby, has said on Saturday that his Ministry's cadres have managed to repair the North Unit in north-central Iraq's Beijy Refinery, and to restore its productive capacity of 150000 barrels of ...
Iraq's largest oil refinery reopens after attack
Iraq's Baiji refinery 'back to normal'
Iraq's largest oil refinery back in operation after deadly attack
Eglin airman killed in Iraq was too close to controlled detonation (REPORT)
The Northwest Florida Daily News
An airman from Eglin Air Force Base who was killed in an accident in Iraq last year was among a group of service members who were too close to where munitions were being detonated, according to an Air Force investigation. Senior Airman James A. Hansen, ...