Some fear post-revolution Libya may look like Iraq
Los Angeles Times
Transitional National Council members trickling into the capital from their base in the east bristle at the comparison between Libya and Iraq. They insist that they are victims of their own success. Few expected that Kadafi's defenses would melt away ...
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Turkish-Iraqi ties strained over claims of civilian deaths
Hurriyet Daily News
Diplomatic relations between Baghdad and Ankara have become strained due to Turkey's cross-border military operations against terrorist bases in northern Iraq. Turkey has denied claims that seven civilians were killed during the army's cross-border ...
Iraq summons Turkey to protest airstrikes
Turkish government rejects claims it killed civilians in Iraq's Kurdish region
Turkey denies civilian deaths in Iraq
Court rules Camp Pendleton Marine should stand trial for Iraq killings
Los Angeles Times
A military appeals court Thursday rejected a request that could further delay the court martial of a Marine from Camp Pendleton accused in the killing of 24 Iraqis in Haditha in 2005. The court rejected a request filed on behalf of Staff Sgt. Frank ...
Appeal dismissed in Haditha killings
Court says Marine should go on trial in Iraq case
Israel seeks to buy US equipment in Iraq
26 (UPI) -- Israel's Defense Ministry is negotiating with the Pentagon to buy US military equipment in Iraq that's due to be shelved as surplus or sold as the last contingent of US forces prepared to withdraw. The Jerusalem Post reported that the ...
Extent of US presence in Iraq beyond 2011 increasingly a point of contention
Pentagon, scarred by 9/11, adapts to new fight
Turkey Steps Up Campaign Against PKK on Iraq Border
Voice of America
August 26, 2011 Turkey Steps Up Campaign Against PKK on Iraq Border Dorian Jones | Istanbul The conflict between the Turkish state and Kurdish rebel group the PKK continues to escalate as the Turkish armed forces in last few days have being bombarding ...
Iraqi-Kurd lawmakers demand Turkish raid apology
This week in war
Kurdish government should respect court's decision - Change Movement
The List Project helps thousands in Iraq who risked their lives aiding the US
26, 2011 An Iraqi translator questions a man about a pipeline fire while US Army Sgt. Jason Johnston looks on outside Baqouba, Iraq. Kirk Johnson, a former USAID official in Baghdad and Fallujah, founded “The List Project” in 2007 in response to a ...
Foreign Policy (blog)
Supporters of Iranian resistance group rally at State Department
In the 1980s, because of the group's anti-Iran actions, Iraq's Saddam Hussein provided it with financial support and military training. During the Iran-Iraq War, the State Department says, Baghdad "armed the MEK with heavy military equipment and ...
Iranian dissidents gather high-profile support
Hundreds demonstrate in DC for Iranian group
MKO Supporters Rally To Call For US Delisting
Dozen killed in Iraq violence
A series of bomb attacks and shootings across Iraq has killed at least 12 people, including six security force members, and wounded 87 others, medical and security officials said. In the deadliest attack on Thursday, a vehicle packed with explosives ...
Series of bomb attacks in Anbar Province kill 15
Bombs kill 14 in attacks across Iraq
Police targeted in Iraq violence
Three rockets rock Kuwait-Iraq border
By A Saleh, Staff Writer and Agencies DUBAI: Three rockets have hit the border area between Kuwait and Iraq, Al Arabiya TV reported yesterday quoting diplomatic sources. The pro-Gaddafi TV channel Al Orouba reported the rockets had targeted Kuwait?s ...
Iraq denies firing rockets at Kuwaiti port
Three Katyusha rockets hit area near Kuwait-Iraq border, no casualties: TV
Maliki denies missile attack on Kuwait from Iraq
Soldiers gear up for Hood to Coast -- far from either
By Mike Francis, The Oregonian View full sizeSPC Anita VanderMolen / Oregon National GuardOregon Guard troops participated from Iraq in 2009. First of all, Team Warfighter Sports, composed of disabled veterans will tackle the challenging 190-mile relay ...