Smoke, the Iraqi donkey, is now tweeting about his life and times
Los Angeles Times
Once the mascot of Camp Pendleton-based Marines deployed in Iraq, the animal arrived in a cargo flight to New York last week, on his way to Omaha, where he will be part of the Wounded Warrior Family Support organization. Smoke's journey from Iraq was ...
Big thanks? Marines bring friend home
Smoke in the spotlight
Iraqi donkey finally in US
Iraq, South Africa buck trend of rising life expectancy
Average life expectancies are increasing steadily in most of the world, but men in Iraq and women in South Africa are bucking that trend with notable drops in their time on Earth, according to new figures from the World Health ...
Kansas City Star
Exclusive: Shi'ite groups behind Iraq killings, officials say
While Iraqi and US forces have made strides against a stubborn insurgency, militants have stepped up attacks on soldiers and police in a bid to destabilize the government as US troops, in Iraq for more than eight years after toppling Sunni dictator ...
Iraq violence kills four, wounds two Norwegians
Security men killed in Baghdad, 2 Norwegians hurt
Iraq officials: Three relatives killed by gunmen dressed as police
Troops in Mideast Face Breathing Ills
Wall Street Journal
Veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan have a higher rate of debilitating respiratory illness than those deployed elsewhere, according to a new study that bolsters concerns among some medical professionals and members of ...
Dust in Iraq/Afghanistan could be sickening US soldiers
Iraq PM calls for enhanced security cooperation with Iran
“Security, military, and political cooperation between Iran and Iraq is essential, and we will certainly see the expansion of relations in these areas in the future,” al-Maleki told the Mehr News Agency in an exclusive interview published on Monday. ...
It's Time For American Troops To Leave Iraq
Time is wasting and Iraq is dithering
Editorial: No extension in Iraq
Trend News Agency
After April massacre, US seeks to relocate Iranian militants in Iraq
McClatchy Washington Bureau
US troops examine the body of one of at least 34 people killed when Iraqi troops attacked Camp Ashraf in Iraq. | MCT By Roy Gutman | McClatchy Newspapers BAGHDAD — Five weeks after the Iraqi army mounted a lethal assault on Iranian dissidents who've ...
The British government must act now to help those at Camp Ashraf
Iraqi lawmakers slam US intervention
Iraq has decided to close Camp Ashraf: Hoshyar Zebari
US Department of Justice plans to prosecute Hezbollah commander captured in Iraq
Long War Journal
The US Department of Justice is planning on prosecuting Ali Mussa Daqduq, a dangerous Lebanese Hezbollah and Iranian Qods Force agent who is responsible for organizing the Shia terror groups in Iraq, and the kidnapping and ...
AINA (press release)
Iraq Christian killed after $100000 ransom demand
KIRKUK, Iraq — Iraqi insurgents killed and mutilated a Christian construction worker whom they had kidnapped over the weekend and demanded $100000 in ransom for, police and medical officials said on Monday. Ashur Issa Yaqub, a 29-year-old Chaldean ...
Body of kidnapped Christian found northern Iraq
5 Iraqis die in day of bombings, shootings
Police: Iraqi Christian kidnapped for $100K ransom
Daily Star - Lebanon
Iraq seeks to market more of its oil in Asia: SOMO
Iraq is looking to market more oil in the Asian market in response to strong demand growth in that region, the head of the State Oil Marketing Organization SOMO said Monday. "In 2006, exports to eastern markets were between 25% and 28% [of total ...
Iraq tenders for 1.3m T gasoline for H2
Iraqi drilling firm starts work in Zubair oilfield
Spotted on CBCNews.ca: May 16, 2011
By Community Team A high-ranking Canadian official secretly promised the Americans clandestine military support for the 2003 US-led invasion of Iraq, according to a diplomatic memo leaked by the whistleblower website WikiLeaks. On March 17, 2003, ...
Jean Chretien and Iraq: Yet more proof the Liberals stood for nothing
Cable: Canada secretly backed Iraq war
Canada Offered to 'Discreetly' Assist Iraq Invasion