Freedom Radio in Iraq, soundtrack to a war, goes quiet
(Dan Zak/The Washington Post) By Dan Zak, FORWARD OPERATING BASE PROSPERITY, Iraq — “It's 81 degrees in beautiful downtown Baghdad. Six oh five on your clock on Fun Fact Friday. I'm Prickel.” “And I'm Townsend. Thanks for falling into extended ...
Road Out of Iraq Brings Speed Bumps for US
Road out of Iraq brings speed bumps for US
US forces radio in Iraq shuts as troops pull out
Hero Marine claims brain trauma suffered in Iraq, Afghanistan led to fatal DUI ...
He was a Marine captain who had earned three Purple Hearts for injuries and the Bronze Star for heroism in Afghanistan and Iraq. He had nearly died from blood loss, suffered severe head trauma and once dug a mass grave for Iraqi civilians. ...
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In postwar Iraq, housing still scarce
As Iraq's economy rattles awake after years of war, the country is experiencing a real-estate boom, with choice properties in Baghdad or in towns such as Karbala or Irbil selling for $500000 to more than $1 million. ...
Iraq: Bomb Kills Five In West Baghdad
Six people killed in separate attacks in Iraq
Iraqi police: Bombs kill 5 in Baghdad
Turkey thwarts resort bombing by Kurdish rebels
The US shares drone surveillance data from northern Iraq with Ankara to aid its fight against Kurdish rebels who have bases in Iraq. The two countries have been negotiating the possible deployment of Predator drones after the US leaves Iraq. ...
Turkish warplanes bomb PKK in north Iraq: rebels
URGENT: Turkish warplanes resume raids on Iraq's Kurdistan borders
Three security officers killed in Kurdish attacks Turkey threatens to launch ...
FIFA prohibits Iraq to host matches
FIFA announced Friday it has barred Iraq from hosting soccer matches, including qualifiers for the upcoming 2012 Olympics and 2014 World Cup, due to security concerns. Iraq had previously hosted games at the Francois Hariri Stadium in the northern ...
FIFA bans Iraq from playing home games
FIFA ban Iraq from hosting matches
Iraq asked to find neutral venue
Booed: Gay soldier Stephen Hill asks his question via video-link from Iraq
Via a youtube video link from Iraq, Hill asked: 'Do you plan to circumvent the progress that has been made for gay and lesbian soldiers in the military?' But as he did so several members of the audience responded with boos and jeering. ...
The Republicans and the Soldier
Boos Heard At GOP Debate After Gay Soldier Asks About 'Don't Ask'
Rick Santorum Criticized for 'Disrespecting' Gay Iraq War Veteran (VIDEO)
Iraq, South Sudan Slated to Speak at UN Friday
Voice of America (blog)
The United Nations General Assembly holds its third day of general debate Friday, with the leaders of Iraq, the new country of South Sudan, and Israel slated to speak. General debate continues on Saturday and Monday through Friday of next week. ...
Walkouts and fury: A look at Ahmadinejad's UN speeches
'UN rubber stamp for western hegemony'
US gets Ahmadinejitters again
UN News Centre
Iraqi president voices "confidence and optimism" for Iraq's future
"We look forward with confidence and optimism to the future, and we are working on Iraq to become, as it is one of the emerging democracies and with the attributes of richness in natural and human resources, an important factor in regional stability, ...
Iraq becoming a peaceful democratic State, President tells General Assembly
Iraqi President Appeals for Investments in UN Speech
Talabani seeks foreign investment in Iraq
The secret history of the Shell gas deal
Iraq Oil Report
Iraqi Southern Oil Company engineers look towards the natural gas flares in the Zubair oil field in southern Iraq on January 21, 2010. (ESSAM AL-SUDANI/AFP/Getty Images) BAGHDAD - Eight months after Iraq committed exclusively to Shell for a ...
FACTBOX-Comparison of Iraq oil law drafts, new and old
GE Oil & Gas to supply water re-injection related equipment to BP Iraq
Key industry leaders to discuss current and future opportunities in Iraqi ...
US says won't ignore Iran-backed attacks in Iraq
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States will not "sit idly by" while its forces are harmed by Iranian-backed militias in Iraq, the top US military officer, Admiral Mike Mullen, said on Thursday. Mullen and US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta told a ...
U.S. Won't 'Sit Idly by' as Iran Proxies Kill Troops: Mullen
Mullen: US Won't Ignore Iran 'Attacks' in Iraq