Bombs in market, shootings kill 17 in Iraq
The Seattle Times
Bombs in market, shootings kill 17 in Iraq. Back-to-back bomb blasts in a crowded Baghdad market near a revered Shiite shrine and a string of shootings targeting government officials killed at least 17 people Saturday. By BUSHRA JUHI. Associated Press ...
Twin Iraq blasts kill eight in Baghdad Shi'ite district
Twin blasts kill 11 in Iraq
11 Killed and 48 Hurt in Baghdad Market Blasts
Middle East Online
Iraq: The shield of Shiite Islam
Iraq: Today, the al-Maliki government called for the US to speed up its weapons deliveries, as the two countries near a deal on a second set of 18 F-16s, days after Baghdad signed $4.2 billion in arms deals with Moscow. The contracts with Russia made ...
Iraq presses US for faster arms deliveries
Iraq urges US to speed up arms deliveries
Iraq says signs contract for 18 F-16 fighter jets
Myths of Iraq and Afghanistan
When Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said the other day the U.S. war in Afghanistan is "succeeding" and "has turned an important corner," I could have sworn I had heard that before. Where could it have been? Ah, now I remember. In 2003, Defense ...
Wondering About The Cost Of War? We Have Answers
A quantitative study of my military library shows Vietnam hot on the heels of Iraq
Woman injured in Iraq to receive home renovation
MANCHESTER -- A local veteran who was injured while serving in Iraq will be the first woman wounded in combat to receive a home renovated by local officials and volunteers through the Purple Heart Homes program. Staff Sgt. Sandra Lee was involved four ...
Iraq war vet wins hunting trip, shopping spree
Eric Hylden / Forum Communications Phil Sorenson, a National Guardsman from Williston, N.D., who lost his lower left leg in Iraq, is greeted by the Outdoor Channel's “Archer's Choice” hosts Vicki and Ralph Cianciarulo, at Cabela's in East Grand Forks ...
Iraq seeks ousted central bank chief's arrest in graft probe
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi authorities have issued arrest warrants for the former central bank chief and other bank officials after a probe into corruption, a decision likely to fuel investor worries the government is interfering with the bank's autonomy.
Iraq Issues Arrest Warrant for Central Bank Chief
Iraq issues arrest warrant for ex central bank chief, other officials
Iraq Issues Arrest Warrant for Ex-Central Bank Governor
UK Defense Agency Loses Appeal Over Iraq Death Negligence
The U.K. Ministry of Defence lost an appeal to avoid a negligence lawsuit by the family of a soldier killed when his lightly armored vehicle was struck by a roadside bomb while he was on patrol in Iraq in 2006. Private Lee Ellis' sister and daughter ...
Families of soldiers killed in Iraq can sue MoD for negligence, judges rule
British court rules families of soldiers killed in Iraq can sue government for ...
Families of Iraq soldiers can claim for damages
Exxon Nears Sale of South Iraq Stake
Wall Street Journal
By HASSAN HAFIDH · Exxon Mobil Corp. is in talks to sell its stake in a contract to develop a multibillion-dollar oil project in southern Iraq while gearing up to start a controversial drilling effort in the Kurdistan region, people familiar with the ...
Exxon seeks to quit flagship Iraq oil project
Exxon may Exit from South Iraq Oil Project
Exxon seeks to quit Iraq oil project
Globe and Mail
Edmonton terrorism suspect ordered extradited to NY for Iraq bombing trial
Globe and Mail
The Crown argued that intercepted phone and Internet conversations show Mr. Sharif, who went by other names — including Faruq Muhammad'Isa — helped jihadists contact members of a terror network as they made their way from Tunisia to Iraq to make ...
Sayfildin Tahir Sharif, Iraqi-born Canadian citizen, faces extradition to the US
KWQC-TV6 News and Weather For The Quad Cities - Canada judge says terror ...
'Candid Camera' terrorist to be extradited to U.S.
The Military's PTSD Problem
The report, which revealed that 247,243 veterans from the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars have been diagnosed with PTSD, was buried on the V.A.'s website without fanfare. “As far as we can tell, V.A. didn't tell anyone these numbers were made public," says ...