Iraq veteran amputee dies after roller-coaster fall
(CNN) -- A US Army soldier who lost both legs serving in Iraq fell to his death from a roller coaster in upstate New York, police said. James Hackemer, 29, was riding the Ride of Steel roller coaster at Darien Lake Theme Park ...
Disabled Iraq war veteran falls to death from rollercoaster
Double Amputee and Iraq War Veteran Dies After Being Ejected From a Roller ...
Iraq Vet Lived Life to the Fullest, Family Says
Iraq to decide extension of US troops presence in two weeks
Baghdad and Washington are in debate whether the US troops need to extend the presence of its troops in Iraq beyond the 2011 deadline. In mid 2010, US troops in Iraq had been reduced to below 50, 000 soldiers. Washington said that the remaining US ...
Iraqis fail to agree on whether to ask for some US troops to stay beyond deadline
Two Idaho soldiers killed in Iraq
Two North Idaho Guardsmen Killed In Iraq
Letter from North Korean to AQ Khan Resembles CIA Iraq War Forgery
In that fake letter, drafted in the White House, Habbush informed Saddam that the ringleader of the September 11 terrorist strike, Mohammad Atta, had actually trained for the mission in Iraq, thus exposing a link between Saddam and al-Qaeda that had no ...
Jamie Leigh Jones Loses Rape Case
9, 2011, at 11:38 AM EDT Nearly five years after she was allegedly drugged and raped in Iraq by firefighters for Halliburton subsidiary Kellogg Brown & Root, Jamie Leigh Jones has lost her case. Now 26, Jones said she was drugged with the date rape ...
Jury Favors KBR in Iraq Rape Trial
Texas jury rejects ex-KBR employee Iraq rape claim
Texas: Jury Rejects Assertion of Rape Against Military Contractor in Iraq
The military's ECHR concerns
To summarise: the Court held that the UK's human rights obligations apply to its acts in Iraq, and that the UK had violated the European Convention on Human Rights in its failure to adequately investigate the killing of five Iraqi civilians by its ...
Court: Britain obligated to probe civilian deaths in Iraq
British troops in Iraq had a duty under human rights laws, European court rules
Iraq abuse ruling by European court says UK failed human rights role
House approves $649b defense budget bill
AP / July 9, 2011 WASHINGTON - The House overwhelmingly passed a $649 billion defense spending bill yesterday that boosts the Pentagon budget by $17 billion and covers the costs of wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. ...
This week in war
House Passes $649 Billion Defense Spending Bill
Shell, Iraq To Sign Initial $12 Bln Gas Deal -Official
Wall Street Journal
Royal Dutch Shell PLC (RDSA) and Iraq have settled most pending legal issues that have delayed a $12 billion gas deal for more than two years and an initial pact could be signed mid next week, a senior Iraqi oil ...
SHELL SETTLES WITH IRAQ FOR A $12 BILLION GAS DEAL (RDA.A)
Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
Court OK's prisoner's transfer to Iraq
AP / July 9, 2011 WASHINGTON - A federal appeals court yesterday rejected a second attempt by a US citizen suspected of terrorism to stop the US military from turning him over to Iraq. Shawqi Omar is a dual citizen of Jordan and the United States. ...
Appeals court: American can be transferred to Iraq
Vernon Hills GI on leave from Iraq
He was stationed in Al Asad, Iraq, from Jan. 22 through June 13. Since then, he has been assigned to Fort Stewart, Ga. “We're just glad to have Andy home here for 18 days,” said his father, Efrain Perez. The soldier was surprised by the celebration ...
Vernon Hills solder honored