Soldiers of Babylon
In the photo, Iraq army soldiers and commandos show off their anti-terrorism skills and skills against criminal activities at a camp in Kirkuk, three weeks after the official end to US combat operations in Iraq. The local commanders have a direct line ...
US death adds to bloody week in Iraq
Occupying Iraq, State Department-style
The Star's editorial | Attacks in Iraq are a grim reminder of the danger ahead
Soldier with ties to NH ties killed in Iraq
SALEM, NH—One of the five American soldiers who died this week when a barrage of rockets slammed into a base in Iraq was from Salem. Pfc. Michael Cook, who had been in Iraq since November, graduated from Salem High School in 2003. ...
NH Graduate Killed In Iraq
Salem soldier killed in Iraq
Fort Riley Soldier Killed In Iraq
Al-Qaida Claims Responsibility for Deadly Iraq Attacks
Voice of America
The attacks have come as the US winds down its military presence in Iraq, with a goal of withdrawing by the end of the year. In April, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki said Baghdad did not need help maintaining internal security but might need help with ...
Five US troops killed in Iraq attack
Iraq's al-Qaida claims responsibility for Tikrit, Ramadi suicide attacks
Five US soldiers killed in attack on base in Iraq
MN soldier killed in Iraq
20-year-old Sgt. Emilio Campo, Jr. has been killed in Iraq. Campo, an army medic from Madelia in Southern Minnesota, was killed Monday in combat. It's the last week of school at Madelia High School, where teachers and students say they can't stop ...
Madelia soldier, an Army medic, killed in Iraq
Will the US really withdraw from Iraq and Afghanistan?
Barack Obama, unlikely heir to bumbling General "Elphy Bey" Elphinstone, now faces two not dissimilar challenges: how to get US forces out of Afghanistan and Iraq with the minimum of bloodshed and the maximum of dispatch. ...
After fighting for his country, Iraq veteran fights for a job
Kansas City Star
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 has found ...
Veterans, like Ronald Williams, return to less-than-hopeful job market
To Congress, Every Day Should Be Memorial Day
Women Handle Combat Stress As Well As Men, Study Shows
From 2004 to 2005, Michelle Wilmot served in Iraq as a member of Team Lionness, the first female team attached to Marine infantry units to perform certain combat operations. She went on weapons and explosives searches, conducted house raids, ...
Women soldiers mentally resilient as men: Study
Women soldiers mentally resilient as men: study
Women handle stress as well as men
Accelerate withdrawals from Afghanistan, Iraq
The Nation, Pakistan
The jockeying for position on troop withdrawals from Afghanistan and Iraq continues. Recently, departing Secretary of Defence Robert Gates and the US military have tried to box the Obama administration into leaving as many troops in Afghanistan as ...
Afghanistan Strategy Questioned as New Report Warns of Long-Term Economic Crisis
New US Ambassador to Afghanistan is Veteran Trouble Shooter
Lawmakers call for reduced Afghan role
Is Iraq The Next Saudi Arabia? An Interview With The Deputy PM Of Iraq
Is Iraq the new Saudi Arabia of oil? Yes, no, and maybe. Yes, they're looking at massive oil reserves that are high grade and easy to reach, at a time when analysts worry Saudi Arabia is beyond its peak (the exact status is a closely-guarded secret). ...
Iraq may cut oil output capacity goal -minister
Iraq Targets Year-End Oil Exports of 2.5 Million Barrels/Day
Iraq is willing to jump over $100 psychological barrier
Iraq frees 4 jailed protest organizers
Iraq had previously denied it arrested protest organizers, saying in a statement posted on the Baghdad Operations Command website that the four men were detained for carrying fraudulent identity papers. The Baghdad command accused the media of making ...