REGION: Marines, the tip of the spear in war on terror, suffer heavy losses
North County Times
11, 2001, terror attacks and since then has received a Purple Heart for injuries sustained during one of two combat deployments to Iraq. JAMIE SCOTT LYTLE | email@example.com Ten years after the Sept. 11 terror attacks, America's "Long War" goes on. ...
Weighing the wars
Demands of war take toll on troops, families
Many military service members have served multiple tours of duty post 9/11 ...
Nouri Maliki accepts resignation of top Iraq corruption fighter
Los Angeles Times
Prime Minister Nouri Maliki on Saturday accepted the resignation of Iraq's top corruption fighter, whom some observers labeled a casualty of political infighting in a country where graft is rampant. ...
Iraq's anti-corruption chief caves to pressure, resigns
PM behind resignation of Chairman of Integrity Commission - MP
Hurriyet Daily News
Turkey and Iran in their 'final showdown' with PKK
PKK fighters stand near the Qandil mountains near the Iraq-Turkish border in Sulaimaniya, 330 km (205 miles) northeast of Baghdad, September 30, 2010. By Salah Bayaziddi During the past few years, both Turkish and Iranian military have appeared as an ...
US considering Ankara's request to base Predators in Turkey to fight a Kurdish ...
Turkey Seeks Iraq's Help Against Kurdish Rebels
Turkish undersecretary heads to Iraq amid PKK attacks
Kansas City Star
Analysis: Obama's risky calculus on Iraq troop levels
By Phil Stewart WASHINGTON (Reuters) - When it comes to the tricky political calculus of deciding how many US troops to keep in Iraq, President Barack Obama may truly have no good options. Obama was an Iraq war opponent who repeatedly promised no US ...
Sadarists demand removal of all troops from Iraq.
Army Chief Warns of Keeping Too Many US Troops in Iraq
Sydney Morning Herald
Mousa's lawyer warns of more army abuse cases
Phil Shiner, a lawyer acting for Baha Mousa's family, warned that the Gage inquiry into Mousa's brutal death at the hands of British troops in Iraq was just the start of a number of damning allegations that would "rock the Army". ...
Call for justice after Iraq abuse inquiry
Report Details British Abuses in Iraq
QLR named and shamed
New York Times
Many Iraqis Have Second Thoughts as US Exit Nears
New York Times
BAGHDAD — Sheik Kamal Maamouri, the leader of one of the largest Shiite-dominated tribes in Iraq, used to call the United States troops here occupiers, demanding that they withdraw because he said they killed and imprisoned ...
Three soldiers, a policeman and journalist among eight killed in Iraq
THREE soldiers, a policeman and a journalist were among eight people killed Saturday in attacks in Iraq, security officials said. In the capital's Palestine Street, unidentified gunmen opened fire with guns equipped with silenders, killing three ...
Murdered radio journalist spoke of threat to life
The view from Iraq a decade after 9/11
Parliament condemns assassination of Activist Hadi al-Mahdi
Soldiers' Voices: "I can do anything"
BERKELEY, California (Reuters) - For Emily Yates, the worst part of serving in Iraq with the US Army was the loss of control. Yates, now a 29-year-old student at the University of California, Berkeley, was sent twice to Baghdad, serving as a public ...
Associated Press photographer chronicles wars in Berlin show
A US Marine mourning the loss of 31 comrades in Iraq. The powerful images are among some 40 black-and-white photographs by Associated Press photographer Anja Niedringhaus from conflict zones around the world presented to journalists Friday at the ...
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Terror fight costs $30 billion
Sydney Morning Herald
The $30 billion figure is an estimate, based on expert analysis of Australian spending on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the rivers of cash poured into police and intelligence agencies, and other security measures since the September 11 attacks ...
Attack a 'black swan' that changed world