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Iraq to buy more F-16 fighters from US
International News Network
BAGHDAD: Iraq's Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki says Baghdad aims to double the number of F-16 fighters planned to be purchased from the United States. "A delegation from the Iraqi Air Force along with advisers will travel to revive the contract to ...
Iraq to buy 36 US fighter jets
Iraq set to double planned purchase of F-16s, but will US troops stay into 2012?
Iraqis Dusts Off F-16s Order
Blair condemns report leak
TONY Blair has condemned leaks as a deliberate attempt to pre-judge the Chilcot Inquiry on the Iraq war before the report is even complete. With publication due in the autumn, Sir John Chilcot's inquiry is at the stage where draft sections of his ...
Blair angered by 'pre-judging' of Chilcot inquiry on Iraq war
Chilcot to heavily criticise Tony Blair over Iraq war
Tony Blair and his allies expected to face devastating criticism from ...
Iraqi leaders reach deal on cabinet reduction
Saturday's deal comes amid debate over whether or not a US military contingent will remain in Iraq beyond a year-end deadline for their withdrawal. The controversial issue has been further complicated by the release of a US review that found security ...
US Report Finds Security Deteriorating in Iraq
Iraq 'less safe' than a year ago, US inspector says
Iraq is MORE dangerous now amid resurgence in violence by Shi'ite militias
Iraq parliament warns government over delayed oil law
BAGHDAD, July 31 (Reuters) - Iraq's parliament on Sunday warned the government it would force through a new draft of a much-delayed oil law if the cabinet further hold up the original legislation that investors see as a key guarantee of stability. ...
Analysis: Kurds serve warning as U.S. withdrawal nears
Why Do The Sunnis Support “Dividing” Iraq?
Baghdad needs to keep the peace in Kirkuk
Iran Eying $10bln Trade Exchange with Iraq This Year
Fars News Agency
He further stated that almost 250 Iranian companies are involved in economic activities in Iraq. The official mentioned that the Iraqi provinces of Erbil, Kirkuk and Sulaymaniyah are considered as trade gateways for Iranian products and a good market ...
US debates leaving Iraq in Iranian hands
Iranian firms urged to expand business in Iraq
Iran, Turkey, Iraq ink $200m deal to establish joint bank
Retired Military Translator's Home Reportedly Raided in DEA Mix-Up
A retired military translator who served in Iraq says he was treated like a criminal when agents from the DEA barreled into his Detroit home just after 2 am Tuesday morning, MyFoxDetroit.com reported. "As soon as I opened the door, somebody grabbed me ...
Report: Armed DEA agents raid wrong house in Sterling Heights
Iran Will Announce US Hikers Verdict By Next Week: Lawyer
Voice of America (blog)
Attorney Masoud Shafiei made the announcement after Iran held its final court hearing on the case Sunday, exactly two years since Shane Bauer, Josh Fattal and Sarah Shourd were arrested on charges that they had illegally crossed into Iran from Iraq. ...
VIDEO: US 'hikers' await verdict in Tehran
Verdict for American Hikers in Iran Will Be Issued Within One Week, Judge ...
Attorney: Iranian court to rule within week in American hikers' case
Math Can Predict Insurgent Attacks, Physicist Says
But when it comes to insurgent attacks in Afghanistan or Iraq, that's not exactly the case, says Neil Johnson, a physicist at the University of Miami. Johnson tells Guy Raz, host of weekends on All Things Considered, about the equation his team has ...
Iraq parliament committee seeks joint commission with Iran on PJAK: report
Iran has said it keeps the right to hunt down PJAK terrorist inside Iraq. According to Iraqi newspaper Al-Sabah, in the last session of the Iraqi parliament, the security and defense committee compiled a report on the military operations carried out by ...
Iran Protests at Iraq over PJAK Terrorist Activities
Iranian Shelling Kills 13-Year-Old in North Iraq
Iran, Turkey team up vs 'Kurdish terrorist threat' in northern Iraq
Iraqi army calls US forces 'brothers,' but some politicians want them out
MOSUL, Iraq -- The shooting had ended, the smoke had cleared, and as they trooped one by one to the microphone to critique the live-fire exercise, the Iraqi generals issued a warm greeting to their comrades in arms. "That's us," said Col. ...