Notorious Abu Ghraib guard released from prison
By the CNN Wire Staff (CNN) -- A former guard termed a ringleader in the physical abuse and sexual humiliation of Iraqi prisoners at the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq was released from prison Saturday. Charles Graner Jr., a US Army reservist, ...
Abu Ghraib abuse ringleader Graner released from prison
Key figure in Abu Ghraib abuse freed from prison
Father of released Abu Ghraib abuse ringleader 'elated'
Civilian deaths complicate talks on keeping U.S. troops in Iraq
The operation, coming so soon after a botched raid on July 30, is sure to complicate politically fraught talks over whether US troops should remain in Iraq after the end of the year. Under pressure from US officials, who privately say some troops ...
Americans eyeing legal immunity in Iraq
Our View: Let's end the Iraq debacle now
Iraqi Civilians Killed in Raid
Globe and Mail
Lee Tamahori: The director who has sympathy with the devil
Lee Tamahori's new film portrays Saddam as a mafia don struggling to maintain order and discipline in Iraq. But he's worried that he might have handed America's neocons a propaganda gift By Kunal Dutta Iraqi Romp: Lee Tamahori's film is basically an ...
No advocating for 'Devil's Double'
The Devil's Double: Choosing family or soul
The Devil's Double
Revival of banking sector in Iraq & Kurdistan Region
Kurdistan Region and Iraqi economists' were convinced that Iraq was immune from the recent Global banking crisis after Lehman's collapse on Wall Street. The Kurdish banking sector was close to none existence at the time, therefore it was thought that ...
Iraq reopens for business
Army to trim war tours to 9 months
AP / August 6, 2011 WASHINGTON - Aided by the shrinking troop requirements for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Army is cutting the current yearlong deployment tours to nine months for most of its units beginning in January. ...
Army to trim yearlong deployment to 9 months
Army will cut length of combat tours to 9 months
Time Change: Army Shortens Tours in Iraq and Afghanistan
Six killed in Iraq prison-break attempt
Times of India
BAGHDAD: Three policemen and three inmates were killed in a prison break attempt in Iraq's central city of Hilla. The incident occurred Friday evening when prisoners managed to seize some weapons and clashed with the guards and then controlled part of ...
Three killed in Iraq prison jailbreak: officials
Five killed in Iraq prison jailbreak
Six killed in Iraq prison break
News briefs from around Kentucky at 3:58 p.m. EDT
It helped expand the horizons of students from Trinity and those from Iraq. Trinity student Eric Witte said he was struck by how "positive and happy" the Iraqis were despite having to cope with dead bodies in the street, not being allowed outside ...
International Business Times
Iraq To US: Don't Go
Investor's Business Daily
Middle East: Iraq will begin talks with the US to have our military train Iraqi forces after the year-end withdrawal deadline. But will that save it from chaos and domination by terrorist Iran? There was a bromide heard unceasingly from liberals before ...
Why Iraqis in oil-rich Kirkuk want US troops to stay
US Troop Withdrawal Rests on Decision From Iraq
Iraq begins negotiations to keep US troop presence
Iran foreign minister 'hopes' US hikers will be freed
Bauer and Fattal, both 29, were arrested along with Shourd, 32, on the unmarked border between Iran and Iraq on July 31, 2009 with Tehran accusing them of "spying and illegally entering the country." They have pleaded not guilty to spying charges, ...
US Detainees in Iran await last verdict
Iran's Foreign Minister Expresses Hope for Jailed US Hikers
AP Interview: Iran envoy sees release for 2 US men
Anti-Tehran Ashraf Camp's residents say their “camp's land legal”
Aswat Al Iraq
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: A spokesman for the anti-Tehran Ashraf Camp's residents in northeastern Iraq has said on Saturday that the demands by Iraqi farmers to restore the land of the camp, “is part of a series of plots by the Iranian regime,” pointing ...
The MEK and Camp Ashraf
Australians in Iraqi camp 'trap'
Iranian terrorist group has close US allies