Iraq Dismisses Central Bank Chief Amid Investigation
Wall Street Journal
Mr. Maliki, who already controls the country's military and security forces, has been consistently accused by his political opponents of laying the foundations for a new dictatorship in Iraq. He has sparred on several occasions in the past with Mr ...
Iraq removes central bank head in corruption probe
Iraq probes alleged corruption at central bank
Iraq suspends central bank governor in forex probe
Sydney Morning Herald
Australia beats Iraq 2-1 in World Cup qualifier
DOHA, Qatar (AP) -Australia scored two late goals Tuesday to come from behind and beat Iraq 2-1 for its first victory in qualifying for the 2014 World Cup. Iraq scored against the run of the play from a counterattack when Younis Mahmoud crossed for ...
Iraq win has Socceroos 'back in World Cup race'
Socceroos beat Iraq in crucial win in World Cup run-up
Socceroos' qualifying campaign back on track with 2-1 win over Iraq
Sun News Network
Judge ponders if Canadian man should be extradited to face US terrorism charges
EDMONTON, Alberta – A judge will rule Friday whether to extradite a Canadian man to the United States on charges that he helped coordinate Tunisian jihadists believed responsible for separate suicide attacks in Iraq in 2009 that killed five American ...
Judge ponders if Alberta man should be extradited to face US terrorism charges
University of North Carolina denies in-state tuition to Iraq vet and homeowner
Hayleigh Perez, 26, hoped to use her G.I. Bill to attend the UNC's Pembroke campus near Fort Bragg, but the young veteran — who served a 14-month tour in Iraq — was told she did not qualify as a state resident because she had been gone for about less ...
Iraq Vet A No Go For In-State Tuition, But Illegal Resident Could Get It
Iraqi President Talabani: Criticism Of KRG President a “Call to War”
Iraqi President Jalal Talabani has expressed outrage at a member of pariliament calling Kurdish President Massoud Barzani “a real danger to Iraq.” Hussein Ali Dawed reports on the political fallout of comments, which Talabani said he considered ...
Dana Gas expects Iraq, Kurdistan deal will speed gas payments
UAE firms increase gas production in northern Iraq
'Kurdish State has to Depend on Neighbors'
The Star Online
Iraq suffers from its chaotic foreign policy
Iraq has no national foreign policy. For the past decade, a lack of unity among its ruling elite has failed to allow for a unified approach towards its international relations — one that could have protected the country from becoming a playground for ...
Iraqi Shi'ite militants fight for Syria's Assad
A senior Iraqi official ponders if his government is a client of Iran's
Russia Takes Iraq Back
DA: Wounded Iraq vet mugged for telling men to stop urinating
A wounded U.S. Army veteran fed up with a man urinating on a Beacon Hill street was attacked for telling him to cut it out and suffered a broken nose, a broken bone in his hand and cuts on his face for speaking up, officials said today. The Suffolk ...
Somerville Man Charged With Beating Up Wounded Iraq Vet
Man allegedly attacks wounded Iraq war veteran in Boston
Spate of bomb attacks, shootings kill 16 across Iraq
BAGHDAD, IRAQ (BNO NEWS) -- At least sixteen people were killed and more than 30 others were injured Monday when a spate of shootings and bomb attacks targeted both civilians and security forces across Iraq, police said on Tuesday. Among those ...
Insurgent car bombs, shootings kill 8 across Iraq, officials say
Iraq attacks kill at least 10
Serial bomb blasts kill one, injure 23 in Iraq's Kirkuk
Basra consulate closure 'better for Britain', says minister
UK interests in Iraq will be strengthened by the closure of its full consulate in the country's second city, a Foreign Office minister has said. The government earlier announced it would keep an office in Basra, southern Iraq, but without permanent ...
Britain to close consulate in Iraq's Basra
Britain closes Basra consulate in Iraq
UK's Basra consulate to lose permanent staffing
LUKOIL says no approach from Iraq on West Qurna-1
LONDON Oct 16 (Reuters) - LUKOIL said on Tuesday that Iraq has not asked the Russian company to replace Exxon Mobil at its supergiant West Qurna-1 oilfield after the U.S. major angered Baghdad by entering into autonomous Kurdistan. Nefte Compass, a ...
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