Iraq 'to request' US troops to stay in Iraq
Iraq will ask the US to keep its troops in the country beyond the 2011 withdrawal deadline set by US President Barack Obama, Leon Panetta, the White House's pick to lead the Pentagon, said. "It's clear to me that Iraq is considering the possibility of ...
Iraq 'to request' US troops stay
Panetta: OK if some troops stay in Iraq
Panetta says he is confident Iraq will request that some US troops stay after ...
Rockbridge soldier killed in Iraq
Lancaster Eagle Gazette
ROCKBRIDGE — Friends, neighbors and acquaintances are trying to cope this week after the loss of a quiet, humble soldier who was killed Monday in Iraq. Spc. Robert P. Hartwick, 20, of Rockbridge, was one of five soldiers killed when enemy forces ...
Soldier from Homer Glen killed in Iraq
Chicago Soldier Killed in Iraq Fire Attack
Homer Glen soldier killed in Iraq
In Iraq, military still seen as dysfunctional
KHOR AZ-ZUBAIR, Iraq — Eight years after the United States disbanded the Iraqi army and set out to build a new one, uniformed Iraqi soldiers seem ubiquitous and increasingly professional. But Iraqi politicians and military officers ...
Rocky road ahead for Iraqis
Iraq's Chalabi, who sought invasion, now wants US out
How Not to Withdraw from Iraq
Iraq war veteran new commander of RI Guard
PROVIDENCE — At a breezy State House ceremony on a hot Thursday afternoon, Governor Chafee introduced the Rhode Island National Guard's next commander, East Providence native Kevin R. McBride. McBride, who has served in the Rhode ...
Bristol's DPW director, E. Providence native named adjutant general
David Kelly: timeline
1991: Kelly joins UN agency UNSCOM and leads first weapons inspection of Iraq's weapons of mass destruction. 1992: Kelly appointed senior adviser in biological defence at Porton Down. February, 2001: Kelly meets journalist Andrew Gilligan at Charing ...
No inquest into UK Iraq inspector's death
UK rejects inquest into weapons inspector's death
Foreclosed From Iraq: Father Seeks To Preserve Home As Son Fights Abroad
JPMorgan Chase and its CEO, Jamie Dimon, have spent months apologizing for illegally foreclosing on the homes of active-duty military members currently fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan. Soldiers have an extra layer of legal protection in mortgage ...
Most commented: Those dumb Americans who went hiking in Iran
Los Angeles Times
For her Thursday column, Meghan Daum writes about the American hikers who were imprisoned in 2009 when they accidentally found themselves on the wrong side of the Iran-Iraq border. More to the point, Daum talks about the contempt for these three hikers ...
Released hiker describes friends' abuse in Iranian prison
Globe and Mail
UK warns Libyans over Iraq lessons
Libyan rebels and their international allies must learn the lessons of Iraq or else risk the country falling into bloody chaos should Muammer Gaddafi's regime be ousted, Britain's Middle East minister warned on Thursday. ...
Panetta: Iraq likely to ask US to stay
Move One InMotion (blog)
With or without troops, US has options for keeping Iraq stable
But if not, there are other ways the United States can and should help Iraq preserve its independence and its nascent democracy — not with troops, but with the police trainers, aid administrators, and diplomats in what will be the biggest US embassy ...
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3 Iraqi government officials assassinated Thursday
Baghdad, Iraq (CNN) -- Three government officials were among four people killed Thursday in separate attacks in Baghdad, Iraqi Interior Ministry officials told CNN. They are the latest victims of attacks that, during recent months, have left dozens of ...