Suicide Bombing at Iraq Mosque Kills 29
28, 2011 (BAGHDAD) — A suicide bomber blew himself up inside Baghdad's largest Sunni mosque Sunday night, killing 29 people during prayers, a shocking strike on a place of worship similar to the one that brought Iraq to the brink of civil war five ...
Analysis: Iraq al-Qaeda regroups, Shi'ite militias threaten
35 killed in series of attacks across Iraq, officials say
Baghdad suicide bomber kills 29 in attack on Sunni mosque
Washington's 'poet' of crime
Author George Pelecanos is releasing a new series featuring an Iraq war veteran who became a private investigator. (CNN) -- Horror-meister Stephen King calls George Pelecanos "perhaps the greatest living American crime ...
For George Pelecanos, DC makes 'The Cut'
Gumshoe on Capital Asphalt
Crime Writer Uses iPhone to Document Latest Novel
Pre-war Iraq 'not threat to UK'
Iraq posed no threat to the UK when then prime minister Tony Blair took Britain to war in 2003, former MI5 boss Baroness Manningham-Buller has said. In a Radio Times interview, Baroness Manningham-Buller said the service advised war was likely to ...
Pre-war Iraq 'was no threat to UK'
Former MI5 spy boss: Tony Blair was told Iraq did not pose a threat
Ex-MI5 chief admits Iraq was no threat
Powell disputes Cheney book passages
Powell, whose disagreements with Cheney on issues such as Iraq have been well known for years, said that President George W. Bush's national security team did not function smoothly and that he had advised Bush to try to resolve the problem. ...
Cheney: Bush authorized leak on Iraq
We're All Cheneyites Now
SUNDAY SHOWS: Powell Lashes Out Against Cheney; Fugate and Christie Warn Irene ...
Report: British army cleared of 'systematic' Iraq torture
The government in Britain, then formed by the Labour Party, ordered the inquiry in 2008 and Sir William's investigation became the biggest examination of military conduct in Iraq as it heard evidence from almost 250 witnesses. ...
Baha Mousa report to clear army of systematic abuse
UK army cleared of systematic Iraq abuse - report
Army may escape blame for Iraqi torture
Rocket attack on Iraq-Kuwait border escalates tensions
Tensions between Iraq and Kuwait appear to have escalated to violence after several rockets struck the border area between the two countries, where a controversial new mega-port project is under construction. Relations between the two ...
Rockets fired from Iraq at Kuwait port site near border
Three rockets rock Kuwait-Iraq border
Iraq denies firing rockets at Kuwaiti port
The Associated Press
Montana town provides glimpse of 9/11 patriotism
The Associated Press
11 and just months after the country went to war with Iraq. Three graduates of Superior High enlisted in the military, so many that the county briefly held the distinction of producing the highest number of Army recruits per capita in the nation. ...
The Nation, Pakistan
Senior Iraqi Kurd calls on rebels to lay down arms
ARBIL, Iraq — The deputy chief of the most powerful political party in Iraq's autonomous Kurdish region has called on separatist groups in the area to lay down their arms in an interview published on Sunday. Iraqi Kurdistan-based fighters from the ...
One Protester Reportedly Killed as Kurdish Activists Clash With Police in Turkey
Iraq: Attacks Leave Dozens Dead, As Kurds Mull Sending Peshmerga To Borders
Iraqi Kurds mull deploying peshmergas on Turkey border
Only Filipinos working for US can stay in Iraq, Afghanistan
Except for Filipinos currently employed on United States military bases and facilities, the ban on the deployment of Filipinos to war-torn Afghanistan and Iraq will remain, Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa Jr. said on Sunday. ...
OFWs in US facilities in Afghanistan, Iraq excluded from ban
Sects on TV? Not in Iraq
The Kuwaiti-produced television mini-series Hassan and Hussein – one of many specially produced for the Ramadan season now underway when TV viewing is at its peak – was banned by Iraq's parliament this month. In Egypt, Al-Azhar, the country's leading ...