US: Iraq inks $3B deal for F-16 fighter jets
(AFP/Getty Images) BAGHDAD - Iraq has signed an estimated $3 billion deal to buy 18 fighter jets from the United States, officials said Tuesday, in a measure aimed at protecting its air space alone after years of relying on help from American pilots. ...
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AP Interview: Iraq-US training deal likely
(AP) UNITED NATIONS — With a year-end deadline for the pullout of US troops looming, Iraq's foreign minister said Tuesday he believes there will be an agreement with the United States to train his country's military and talks are already under way in ...
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8 people killed, 9 wounded in attacks in Iraq
28 (Xinhua) -- Eight people were killed, including five family members, and nine wounded in separate gunfire and bomb attacks in Iraq Wednesday, the police said. In Iraq's western province of Anbar, two civilians were killed and another wounded when a ...
Gunmen kill 5 relatives of Sunni fighter in Iraq
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Iraq makes first payment for 18 fighter jets
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Iraq has made the first payment for the 18 fighter jets it is buying from the United States. The jets will help Iraq defend its air space. US and Iraqi officials say the jets will provide the basis for Iraq's air defenses and are a critical factor in ...
Iraq Makes First Payment for 18 F-16 Fighters
Iraq makes first payment in $3 bln F-16 deal-U.S.
Save Iraq from its leaders
Both Turkey and Iran are against the Kurdish project which proved to be successful in Iraq, where the Kurds set up their regional and federal entity inside the country. Most Iraqis are keen to end their ...
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The Great Iraq giveaway: US hands over billions in bases and equipment ...
By Daily Mail Reporter With the US military due to pull out of Iraq in December, the Department of Defense is giving away billions of dollars worth of equipment, new figures show. Military vehicles, spare ammunition, body armour and elaborate bases ...
What "No Nation-Building" Is Costing Us
WikiLeaks link leads to interrogation
Peter Van Buren, the author of a book critical of nation-building in Iraq titled “We Meant Well,” wrote in a Tuesday piece on the website TomDispatch.com that after posting an item that linked to a diplomatic cable released by WikiLeaks he was ...
State Department Employee Faces Firing for Posting WikiLeaks Link
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Hyundai, Metka Win Iraq Power Deals
Wall Street Journal
AMMAN—Iraq's cabinet has approved deals with Hyundai Engineering Co. and Greece-based Metka to build power plants in the southern oil hub of Basra that are valued at up to $656.9 million, a government spokesman said, in moves aimed at ...
Iraq awards $650 mln in power plant deals
Iraq police arrest ex-electricity minister: officials
He was referring to Iraq's top anti-corruption agency. A parliamentary official, who also did not want to be named, confirmed Ani had been detained by police. Neither gave further details beyond the fact he had been arrested. Ani was dismissed by Prime ...
IRAQ: A Culture Of Collapse
Iraqi anti-corruption advocates are in despair over this, and the future of Iraq. The corruption extends to politicians or the wealthy in general, having immunity from prosecution for any crimes. This is very unpopular with most Iraqis. ...
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