U.S. Plans Private Guard Force for Iraq
Wall Street Journal
WASHINGTON—The State Department is preparing to spend close to $3 billion to hire a security force to protect diplomats in Iraq after the US pulls its last troops out of the country by year's end. In testimony Monday before the ...
State Department blasted over private contractor management
Report: Contractor waste in war zones could grow
Billions Wasted on Unsustainable Projects in Iraq and Afghanistan
5 US soldiers killed in Iraq. What does it mean for the withdrawal?
Christian Science Monitor
The attack, the deadliest on US troops in Iraq in more than two years, comes months before US forces are slated to exit. The Pentagon has signaled time is short for Iraq to request that troops remain. Security contractors inspect their armored vehicles ...
Maliki faces possibility of new Iraq protests
5 US dead in Iraq is worst one-day toll since '09
5 US soldiers, 14 Iraqis killed in separate attacks
Former Iraq PM Eyad Allawi: Iraqis will never accept interference
Former prime minister Eyad Allawi feels that Iran appears to have the strongest say in the affairs of Iraq currently and warned foreign powers that Iraqis will never accept interference in the internal affairs of the ...
Iraq's Chalabi takes on Bahrain, loses first round
BASRA, Iraq -- The mission sounded improbable: Could a high-profile Iraqi politician draw attention to Bahrain's crackdown on its Shiite Muslim majority by sailing a cargo ship loaded with Iraqi doctors, nurses and medicine into the ...
Ban on flights to Iraq, Iran and Lebanon remains, says Bahrain official
Iraq blocks aid convoy to Bahrain
Bahrain maintains travel ban on Lebanon
Iraq to Ask Lebanon to Hand Over Trade Bank Chief al-Uzri
Iraq will ask Lebanon to hand over Hussein al-Uzri, the former president and chairman of state- owned Trade Bank of Iraq, as part of a corruption probe, said Ali al-Allaq, ...
Iraq tries to recover fleeing bank chief
Iraqi bank changes its leader
Iraq seeks bank head's arrest, denies witchhunt
After fighting for his country, Iraq vet fights for a job
WASHINGTON — Eric Smith calls himself one of the lucky ones, returning home from the war in Iraq in 2008 with two arms and two legs. But his luck has yet to produce a full-time job. In the past year, the 26-year-old Baltimore veteran ...
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Kogas consortium signs Iraq gas deal
A consortium of three global energy firms, including state-run Korea Gas Corporation, was awarded the final rights to develop the Mansuriyah gas field in northeastern Baghdad by Iraq's oil ministry on Sunday. The signing of the contract comes months ...
Iraq Signs for Gas Fields With Kogas, Turkiye, Kuwait Energy
Iraq signs deals to develop two gas fields
Turkey says to join oil and natural gas tenders in Iraq
US Govt. Pledges Full Support To American Companies To Invest In Iraq
(RTTNews) - US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has said that it is time for the United States to start thinking of Iraq as a business opportunity. Delivering opening remarks at a business forum with senior executives from major US ...
Remarks at the Business Forum Promoting Commercial Opportunities in Iraq
Report Warns of Final Generation of Assyrian Christians in Iraq
A fact-finding report has warned that there may be just one generation remaining in which to safeguard the Assyrian Christian community in Iraq. The results of the report, released on June 6th, explain that ...
EU Delegation to Iraq Does Not Meet With Assyrian Representatives
Report Release: The Last Generation of Assyrians?
Five US Troops Killed In Iraq; E. Coli Outbreak Probe Continues
Five US Troops Killed In Iraq: "The US military says five American troops have been killed in central Iraq. The military said in a brief statement that the five were killed on Monday. It gave no additional details about where the incident occurred or ...