The Daily Star
US contractors face dangers in Iraq; 1 killed in bombing
Los Angeles Times
(Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times) By Ned Parker, Los Angeles Times Stephen Everhart was brought to Iraq by the US Agency for International Development to assist the University of Baghdad's business college in qualifying for international ...
Baghdad: Bombs hail 'worst violence for months'
At Least 23 Killed In Iraq Serial Blasts
U.S. citizen killed in Baghdad bomb attack
Universal Sports (blog)
Soccer-Iraq put Iran out of Olympic qualifying
TEHRAN, June 23 (Reuters) - Iran's hopes of playing in the 2012 London Olympic soccer tournament vanished on Thursday when they were beaten 2-0 by neighbours Iraq in the second leg of a second-round qualifier. Two goals by Amjad Radhi, one either side ...
Iran crash out of Olympic qualification
Iraq defeats Iran in Olympic qualifiers
Iraq's Maliki wants to downsize government
Increasing political tensions could hamper the governing coalition as it decides whether to ask some US troops to stay in Iraq beyond an end-year deadline for their withdrawal. Violence has ebbed since the peak in 2006-2007 but Sunni Muslim insurgents ...
Iraq PM says bloated government must be trimmed
Maliki Says Iraq's Poorly Performing Ministers May Be Replaced
Iraq's PM: “Legislation of laws by Parliament, weak.”
Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya: Wars of choice, but who's doing the choosing?
Los Angeles Times
Peace-loving America is now fighting three wars: in Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya. It's as if we've wandered into the Talking Heads song "Once in a Lifetime": You may ask yourself, well, how did I get here? It's probably too late to do much about these ...
White House Infographic Assumes Full Withdrawal From Iraq at End of Year
Most military families 'against wars in Iraq and Afghanistan'
The Unanticipated Costs of the Wars In Iraq, Afghanistan, and Libya
Fuel theft hits Iraq power grid: inspector
BAGHDAD — Large volumes of diesel fuel destined for Iraq's power stations are stolen each month by transportation contractors in cahoots with electricity ministry officials, an inspector said on Thursday. Such theft is exacerbating life in Iraq where ...
Major oil groups circle Kurdistan Iraq as 'blacklist' threat takes back seat
However, their interest may actually be due to Iraq's need to increase oil revenues rather than further indication tensions between the two regions are easing. Although the oil majors have never publicly said so it is widely accepted they have ...
Hard times looming for Iraq's Kurds
Daniel Serwer: Getting to Denmark
Analysis: Beneath Iraqi soil, an oil boom awaits
Anglican Priest Given Prestigious Religious Freedom Award
The Vicar of Baghdad, as he is widely-known, has been a steady voice amidst violence and political upheaval that has engulfed and changed Iraq beyond recognition since 1998. White has established himself as a central figure in political, diplomatic and ...
Transparency International (press release) (blog)
$17b in Iraq rebuilding money missing
The United States was responsible for administering the Development Fund for Iraq, set up after the 2003 invasion with money from Iraqi oil sales, frozen Saddam Hussein-era assets, and money left from the UN oil-for-food program. ...
NY Fed Won't Say How Much Money Went to Iraq
NY fed won't reveal missing Iraq billions
Iraq to trace money missing after US invasion
Iraq struggles to boost oil production
Nabil al-Jurani/ASSOCIATED PRESS - Oil workers work at Zubair oil field near Basra, 550 kilometers (340 miles) southeast of Baghdad, Iraq, Sunday, May 15, 2011. By Aaron C. Davis, RUMAILA OIL FIELD, Iraq — Here in Iraq's southern desert, ...
Iraq raises salaries for Basra oil workers
Iraq oil exports in highest levels in May