Business Recorder (blog)
Insurgent car bombs, shootings kill 8 across Iraq, officials say
By Associated Press, AP. BAGHDAD — A string of insurgent attacks including three car bombs in an ethnically divided northern city killed eight people across Iraq on Tuesday, police said. Brig. Gen. Sarhad Qadir, police commander of the oil-rich city ...
Iraq attacks kill at least 10
North Iraq gun and bomb attacks kill six
Serial bomb blasts kill one, injure 23 in Iraq's Kirkuk
Voice of America
Russia Seeks to Rebuild Influence in Iraq
Voice of America
Almost one decade after American troops overthrew Saddam Hussein in Iraq, the Kremlin is seeking to regain some of the influence it enjoyed in the country during the near quarter century of Saddam Hussein's rule. Russia's president and prime minister ...
Iraq plans to invest up to $1.6 bln in solar and wind energy
Iraq invites firms to build wind and solar energy stations. * Aims to add 400 MW in three years. * Iraq suffers from chronic power shortages. BAGHDAD, Oct 15 (Reuters) - Iraq plans to spend up to $1.6 billion on solar and wind power stations over the ...
Pressure on Australia to beat Iraq, says McKay
(Reuters) - After a stuttering start to their World Cup qualifying campaign, the pressure is on Australia to pick up an away win over Iraq to boost their hopes of reaching the finals in Brazil, midfielder Matt McKay said on Monday. The Socceroos fell ...
No excuses against Iraq
Misfiring Aussies face Iraq mission
Socceroos flirting with 'last chance'
Why Is Failed Iraq Neocon Dan Senor Dictating Romney's Foreign Policy?
Huffington Post (blog)
Senor's only real foreign policy experience is his 15 months in Iraq in 2003 and 2004 as "senior adviser" to Paul Bremer's Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA), the occupation government installed by the Bush White House. It's hard to be senior at the ...
Australia, Iraq need wins as halfway approaches
SEOUL, South Korea — Holger Osieck and his Australian squad are already in the danger zone as the last stage of Asian qualifying for the 2014 World Cup approaches the halfway mark. Neither Australia nor Iraq can afford to lose when they meet in a ...
Iraq held back by slow pace of bank reform
Iraq's push to attract international financial services companies could be undermined by a lack of banking reform that industry insiders say is also hurting the wider economy. As Baghdad officials pop up in London and other western financial centres to ...
Gulf Keystone Sued by Ex-Soldier Over Iraq Oil Field Rights
Rex Wempen says he introduced Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd. (GKP) Chairman Todd Kozel to opportunities in Iraq's Kurdistan region in 2005, and used his contacts to help win oil exploration rights from the government. Now the company owes him for his ...
The Daily Star
Iraq PM calls for Syria progress in Brahimi talks
The Daily Star
"Iraq backs all the efforts of the UN-Arab League envoy to Syria for the sake of reaching a political solution for the worsening crisis in Syria," it quoted Maliki as saying. Brahimi also met Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari on his brief trip to ...
Iraq PM calls for political solution to Syria crisis
Iraq's Russian tilt
Washington, reacting to the deal, was quick to clarify that it also has entered into contracts worth billion of dollars to equip Iraq with modern armoury. A spokesperson for the US embassy in Baghdad unduly commented that the government of Iraq has ...
Iraq War's 'Trifecta of Failure'
Iraqis Ask: Why Didn't USAID Do That?