What's it like working in Iraq?
Washington Post (blog)
By Ed O'Keefe Editor's Note: Ed O'Keefe is on temporary assignment as The Washington Post's correspondent in Iraq. In addition to traditional war zone reporting, he is keeping tabs on what it's like for US troops and government officials living and ...
Timeline: Invasion, surge and withdrawal; U.S. forces in Iraq
Commander in Iraq details drawdown
Pulling Out Of The Briar Patch
Baghdad, Beijing to boost trade ties
BEIJING - China and Iraq consolidated their trade ties on Monday with the two signing agreements on economic cooperation and personnel training to give a hand to the Middle East nation's war-torn economy. ...
China, Iraq pledge further reciprocal cooperation as PM visits
On visit, Iraq asks China for reconstruction fund
Iraq asks China to set up reconstruction fund
First Coast News
US military: American soldier dies in Iraq in noncombat incident
By AP, BAGHDAD — The US military says an American soldier has died in Iraq in a noncombat incident. The statement Monday from US forces in Iraq says the soldier died in central Iraq a day earlier but gave no further details. ...
American soldier killed in central Iraq
US soldier killed in non-combat operation in Iraq - US Army
US Service Member Dies in Central Iraq
Iran Guard Claims Control of Opposition Bases on Border
Voice of America
July 18, 2011 Iran Guard Claims Control of Opposition Bases on Border VOA News Iran state media say Iranian Revolutionary Guards are in control of three bases of an Iranian Kurdish opposition group along the border of neighboring Iraq. ...
Report: Iranian Revolutionary Guard forces take control of Kurdish bases in ...
Iran 'seizes Kurdish rebel camps'
Iran seizes bases belonging to PKK offshoot in Iraq
Kansas City Star
Brain injury raises dementia risk
Closed-head, traumatic brain injuries are a legacy of the Afghanistan and Iraq wars. Body armor is helping troops survive bomb blasts, but the long-term effects of their head injuries are unknown. Other research found a possibly high rate of mild ...
Dementia High Among Veterans 55+ with Traumatic Brain Injury
Study: Head Injuries in Veterans Linked to Dementia Later in Life
Panetta's language not necessarily reflected in official transcript
But on his trip to Iraq and Afghanistan earlier this month, his Pentagon aides seemed to want Panetta to call 'em with language a bit less colorful. So there appeared to be an official plan to sanitize Panetta in both content and style, and maybe zap ...
Pentagon releases missing Panetta transcripts, after complaints
Acquisition chief says Pentagon needs to buy faster
DoD To Scrutinize Non-Weapons Programs: Carter
FORCES: Iraq Comes Up Short
July 18, 2011: At the end of this year, all US Army troops are to be out of Iraq. This is not very popular with Iraqi Army leaders. That's because the Iraqi Army has been trained and equipped to deal with terrorists and local rebels, not a foreign ...
If we retreat from Iraq, will Iran take over?
'KSA funds terror attacks in Iraq'
Continued US presence undermines Iraq's political unity
Iraq signs $12 billion gas agreement with Shell, Mitsubishi
Oil & Gas Journal
Iraq has signed an agreement valued at $12 billion with Royal Dutch Shell PLC and Mitsubishi to capture natural gas currently being flared in oil fields in the country's southern region. Hans Nijkamp, Shell's chairman for Iraq, said the agreement means ...
Shell says starts planned shutdown on Iraq Majnoon
UPDATE 1-Shell says starts planned shutdown on Iraq Majnoon
Elisha Dawkins Gets Assistance from Senator Bill Nelson
First Coast News
Iraq veteran Elisha Dawkins recently spent a few months in prison for allegedly submitting false information on a passport application. Now that he's out of jail, US Senator Bill Nelson is assisting this Army veteran and current Navy Reserves Petty ...
Vet Thanks Senator For Dropped Charges
No anger in Jacksonville sailor once accused of passport fraud
Los Angeles Times
Iraqi refugees in US rechecked for terrorism links
Los Angeles Times
The FBI says Waad Ramadan Alwan, an Iraqi living in Kentucky, is believed to have participated in roadside bomb attacks in Iraq before he was granted political asylum. The disovery has prompted an intensive rescreening of more than 58000 Iraqis living ...