Feds probe -- for a 3rd time -- loss of billions in Iraqi funds
Washington (CNN) -- The US official in charge of investigating fraud in Iraq said Monday he is carrying out a third audit to see if it might determine what happened to $6.7 billion in cash that was flown into Iraq eight years ago and is now missing. ...
US: $6.6bn in Iraq aid 'may have been stolen'
Report 66B for Iraq may have been stolen
Where Did $6.6 Billion in Cash for Iraq Go?
Head of Iraq's football federation resigns ahead of vote on new leadership
The Canadian Press
BAGHDAD — Iraq's top football official has resigned ahead of elections scheduled for later this week to determine who will run the beleaguered Iraqi Football Association, according to a letter posted by the federation Monday. ...
Iraq's contested football chief resigns
URGENT / Hussein Saeed resigns from his post as Chairman of Iraq's Central ...
Top Iraqi soccer official resigns before vote
Tammy Duckworth leaving VA post
By Ed O'Keefe, Tammy Duckworth, an Iraq war veteran who drew national attention with her 2006 run for Congress, is resigning as an assistant secretary in the Department of Veterans Affairs, administration officials confirmed Monday. ...
Tammy Duckworth submits resignation from VA. Exclusive. House run next?
Duckworth leaving VA
Incoming Defense Chief Indicates Prolonged US Iraq Role
The New American
American troops have occupied Iraq since March 3, 2003. Eight years later, after the declaration of one president that the mission was accomplished and the campaign promise of another to end the war and withdraw American forces, there is no end in ...
CIA: Iraq to seek continuing US presence for stability
US Faces Looming Deadline on Iraq Withdrawal
US needs to completely withdraw from Iraq
CIA role suspected in 2003 Iraq prison homicide
WASHINGTON — A secret US federal grand jury is looking into the role of CIA agents in several alleged "war on terror" abuse cases, including the November 2003 homicide of a prisoner at Iraq's notorious Abu Ghraib prison, Time magazine reported Monday. ...
Investigation Into Alleged Mistreatment Of Detainees At Crucial Point
Doing Business In Iraq
Voice of America
Photo: AP Oil workers work at Zubair oil field near Basra, 550 kilometers (340 miles) southeast of Baghdad, Iraq, Sunday, May 15, 2011. The International Monetary Fund has projected Iraq to grow faster than China in the next two years. ...
Iraq car bomb, Big Baby in London, New Zealand earthquake and more in the day ...
Man Accused of Stealing, Selling Military Ammo to Iraqis
(AP) — A former employee of a Nevada-based defense contractor has been indicted on charges that he conspired with others to steal US military ammunition in Iraq and then sell it back to Iraqis and US forces. Chad Eric O'Kelley was released on his own ...
NV-based defense contractor criticizes ex-employee
Iraq Kicks Out US Congressman
"We called the US embassy yesterday [Friday], and we told them to ask the congressmen to leave Iraq," government spokesman Ali al Dabbagh said. "We don't want them here. What they said was inappropriate."
5 Dead in Iraq Suicide Bombing
Five killed, 25 wounded in Iraq blast
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher's comments infuriate Iraqis
Homes opened for RI homeless veterans
The 24-year-old soldier died in 2003 in Iraq. He was the first Rhode Islander to be killed in action in the Iraq War. Belanger's parents, Kathy and Ed, attended the dedication ceremony. The approximately $1 million project includes two ...
11 apartments unveiled for homeless RI vets, their families