Gunmen in Iraq Take Over Bus Filled With Shiite Pilgrims and Kill 22 Men
New York Times
By AP BAGHDAD (AP) — Gunmen forced their way Monday onto a bus of Shiite pilgrims traveling through the remote desert of western Iraq on a trip to a holy shrine in Syria and killed all 22 men on board, security officials said. ...
22 Shiites killed by gunmen in western Iraq
Gunmen kill 22 pilgrims in Iraq
Gunmen kill 22 bus passengers in west Iraq: police
NATO to continue Iraq training mission to end: 2013
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - NATO will continue a small training mission in Iraq until the end of 2013, an alliance official said on Monday, in what could signal flexibility from Baghdad over the presence of foreign troops months before a ...
NATO Agrees to Stay in Iraq Through 2013 at Iraq's Request
US officials say 'Iraqi good enough' can contain violence after drawdown
Cedar Rapids Man, Iraq War Veteran, Killed in Florida
The 23 year old Marine was an Iraq War veteran, and was formerly from Cedar Rapids. "The explosion was so big it damaged vehicles within a 100 feet of the incident," said , Lt. Joel Granata of St. Petersburg Fire and Rescue. "I've never seen anything ...
Iraq War Vet Dies in Unlikely Scuba Explosion
Iraq War veteran Russell Vanhorn II, 23, killed by exploding scuba tank
Iraq War Veteran Killed in His Apartment by Exploding Scuba Tank
Kansas City Star
Kingwood soldier charged with killing roommates in Iraq
The Houston lawyer representing a Kingwood soldier charged with killing two Army roommates and injuring another in Iraq said forensic evidence will clear his client at trial. Army Spc. Neftaly Platero, 33, ...
Lawyer: Forensic evidence will clear Ga. soldier charged with killing 2 Army ...
Slain Connecticut soldier's family angry Army won't seek death penalty
Lawyer: Ga. soldier didn't kill roommates in Iraq
Camp Victory, the US military headquarters in Iraq, getting ready to close
This base — the headquarters of the US military in Iraq — was once a city unto itself, teeming with 46000 troops and four-star generals plotting their next moves from Saddam Hussein's old palaces. In a few short months, the American military presence ...
Turkey eyes intel cooperation with Iran, Iraq
Hurriyet Daily News
Turkey has increased its pressure on administrators in Iraq over the presence and activities of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party, or PKK, in the country with demands that they share intelligence and cut the group's logistic channels. ...
5 dead in southeast Turkey after Kurdish attacks
Turkey in talks to house US drones
Turkey's Bombing of PKK Camps Exposes Rift Among Kurds
Commentary: U.S. must do better for war veterans
Kansas City Star
Those are the 2.3 million women and men who have served in the US armed forces over the past decade and gone to war in Iraq and Afghanistan. The arguments about America's involvement in both wars need not be raised on such a solemn occasion. ...
Soldiers' tell story of war on terror
For Some Returning US Veterans, It's A Hard Road Back
Answering the call to serve
Obama poised to break Iraq pullout promise
A debate is unfolding in official Washington about whether the Obama administration should leave any troops in Iraq, and, if so, how many. Negotiations are ongoing between the US and Iraqi governments on the issue, as a 2008 agreement ...
Lindsey Graham: 3000 GIs in Iraq a 'disaster'
Leave 3000 in Iraq?
US-Iraq compromise: Troops cut from 20000
UPDATE 4-Iraqi Kurdistan halts oil exports -Iraq oil min
AMMAN/BAGHDAD, Sept 11 (Reuters) - Oil exports on the main pipeline from Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdish region were halted due to technical problems and "malpractice" and not because of a policy decision, ...
Shahristani: No Major Changes in Oil Legislation
Bickering in Iraq over oil revenue hurts country
Iraq's Kurdish Region Stops All Crude Oil Exports, Minister al-Luaibi Says