12 Killed in Attacks Across Iraq
Voice of America
At least 12 people were killed in violence across Iraq on Saturday in attacks apparently targeting government and security officials. Police say a suicide bomber blew himself up in the northern city of Mosul, killing seven people. ...
8 killed, 20 wounded in suicide bombing in northern Iraq
April deadliest month for US in Iraq since 2009
Suicide bombing kills seven people in northern Iraq
Olympia cleared in trial over search of protesters
The Seattle Times
A federal jury in Seattle has cleared the city of Olympia and one of its police officers of allegations that it violated the rights of three Iraq War protesters who were ordered to strip to their undergarments at the city jail. ...
City, officer cleared in Olympia City Jail search trial
Globe and Mail
Iraq approves $400M payment to 'human shields' 0
Iraq's parliament on Saturday agreed a $400 million deal to compensate Americans who accused Saddam Hussein's regime of using them as human shields during the 1990-91 Gulf War, lawmakers said. MPs passed a law authorising the payment to settle all ...
Iraq's Parliament Approves $400 Million Payment To Americans
Iraq to compensate US Hussein victims
Iraqi Parliament Approves Gulf War Abuse Reparations to Americans
Oregon soldier dies of non-combat incident in Iraq
This morning officials at the Department of Defense announced the death of a soldier who was supporting Operation New Dawn-Iraq, fighting the Global Warr on Terror. Spc. Andrew E. Lara, 25, of Albany, Oregon, died April 27, 2011,of a non-combat related ...
A 25-year-old soldier from Albany dies in Iraq
Albany Solider Killed in Iraq
Oregon National Guard Soldier Dies In Iraq
Ex-MKO members recount ordeal in Iraq
The members have described life at their Camp Ashraf base in Iraq as miserable saying the organization has been brainwashing its members for the last two decades. They say that the MKO members who reside in the camp are deprived of basic human rights. ...
Claims on meddling in Iraq come from non-Iraqis, says Iran
Iran says all but 100 Camp Ashraf residents are pardoned
Iranian regime's ambassador to Iraq defends Maliki's massacre in Ashraf
Mather defender was 20 when he played in playoff game
After Roni Yoaresh moved to the United States from Iraq and enrolled at Mather High School in Chicago nearly two years ago, he wasn't shy about wanting to play his favorite sport. "He basically eats, drinks and ...
Military: Troop ailments, from backs to breathing, swell
WASHINGTON — More than 190000 active-duty servicemembers sought treatment for back injuries in 2010 — roughly 70000 more than did in 2001, before the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan began, according to a Defense Department ...
DNO: Iraq spat with ex-US diplomat costs up to $92 mln
OSLO, April 30 (Reuters) - Norwegian oil company DNO (DNO.OL: Quote) said it had resolved a long dispute over former US diplomat Peter Galbraith's middle-man role in a 2004 Iraqi oil deal by paying damages and legal costs as high as $92 ...
Mass. vet runs relay race to benefit other vets
When Jim Manning returned from Iraq as an Army medic in 2009, getting back into daily life without a commanding officer barking orders was tough. In the Army, his nickname was "Doc." He was a sergeant, an important cog in his unit for four years. ...