Ceremony honors Kentucky National Guard soldiers headed to Iraq
(By Matt Stone, The Courier-Journal) June 4, 2011 / cj A bittersweet ceremony was held at Freedom Hall Saturday to salute more than 1300 soldiers headed to Iraq as part of the largest overseas deployment of Kentucky National Guard troops since World ...
Largest deployment for KY National Guard in decades
National Guard soldiers say goodbye to loved ones
Families say goodbye to soldiers heading to Iraq
Iraq sees oil output at 3 million bpd by year-end
RUMAILA, Iraq (Reuters) - Iraq expects its oil output to rise to 3 million barrels per day by the end of this year and sees it growing an additional 500000 to 1 million bpd next year, Deputy Prime Minister Hussain al-Shahristani said ...
Iraq sees oil output at 3m barrels per day by year's end
Iraq: Oil workers face retribution
Iraq hopes to start building new refinery in 2011
Brave sergeant to join ranks of nation's Medal of Honor recipients
The Augusta Chronicle
Although there have been nine recipients of this award from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Petry is only the second to have survived the combat action that earned him America's highest award for combat heroism. As the secretary of the Congressional ...
Rare daylight raid led to honor for Army Ranger
Medal of Honour awarded as those who bestow it come under fire
Prank-loving sergeant takes Medal of Honor well in hand
Iraqi mosque, hospital bombed, 24 killed
Times of India
TIKRIT: Bombers killed 24 people in attacks on a mosque in central Iraq frequented by provincial officials and later at a hospital where the victims were being treated, officials said on Saturday. The attacks came a day after a spate of coordinated ...
Deaths as blasts rock central Iraq city
Suicide bombers kill 21 in Iraq
Police officer, pharmacist shot dead in central Iraq
Wikileaks: Gordon Brown 'wanted to undo Tony Blair's Iraq mistake'
US DIPLOMATS believed Gordon Brown wanted to pull troops out of Iraq to show the British public he was "the leader who undid Blair's mistake" in going to war. The assessment appears in a briefing document for Hank Paulson, ...
Leader: Historical insight
Protests Offer Support To Bradley Manning
KMBC Kansas City
Manning is considered a prime suspect in getting Iraq war documents and diplomatic cables into the hands of the people responsible for posting them on Wikileaks. Some of those documents have proved to be embarrassing to the United States and other ...
Supporters of WikiLeaks Suspect Hold Rally at Kansas Prison
Protesters want WikiLeaks suspect released from Fort Leavenworth
About 250 show up at rally to support man suspected of leaking classified ...
Oil strike in Iraq holds promise for Abu Dhabi
The new oil strikes are the second and third this year in the semi-autonomous Kurdish region of north-east Iraq. In April, the US oil firms Aspect Energy and Marathon Oil found oil with their Altrush-1 well, about 90km north-west of Erbil, ...
Iraq: OMV Kurdistan well encounters oil
OMV exploratory well finds oil in Iraq's Bina Bawi
The Associated Press
Iraq agrees to increase oil supply to Jordan by 50 percent to meet rising demand
By AP, AMMAN, Jordan — Iraq has agreed to increase daily oil exports to neighboring Jordan by 50 percent, a government official said Friday, helping meet rising demand in a country that has few energy resources of its own. ...
Iraq to Raise Oil Exports to Jordan by 50 Percent, Petra Says
Leave Iraq by year's end
At least five killed in multiple bomb blasts in west Iraq
New York Times
As Iraqi Militants Flee, Families Are Targets of Blood Reckoning
New York Times
KIRKUK, Iraq — Even his parents admit that Faras Awad was a killer. As an insurgent leader in this northern Iraqi city, he kidnapped women and executed civilians in the years after the American invasion. ...