As Iraq, Afghan wars end, private security firms adapt
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - On a rooftop terrace blocks from the White House, a collection of former soldiers and intelligence officers, executives and contractors drink to the international private security industry. The past decade - particularly the U.S ...
In Iraq, blasts kill 11, gunfire claims 6
The bombings, which happened within about a minute of each other, appeared be aimed at intimidating Iraq's Shiites, who are a frequent target of Sunni insurgents. Police said at least 11 people were killed and 35 were wounded. The blasts struck about ...
Twin Iraq blasts kill eight in Baghdad Shi'ite district
Roadside bomb, shootings kill at least 17 in Iraq
11 Killed and 48 Hurt in Baghdad Market Blasts
Look what we won in Iraq ...
In recent weeks, Maliki concluded a $4.2 billion dollar arms deal with Moscow that includes some 30 Mi-28 attack helicopters and 42 Pantsir-S1 surface-to-air missile systems while discussions continue for Iraq to acquire MiG-29 fighter jets and armored ...
UAE firms push for investments into Iraq
Turks en route to Saudi after Iraq issues visas
Iraq urges US to speed up arms deliveries
Bad weather halts Iraq southern oil exports
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Bad weather offshore has completely halted oil exports from Iraq's southern oilfields, with rough seas preventing tankers reaching port, and the stoppage may continue through Tuesday, Iraq oil port sources said on Sunday.
Bad weather stops south Iraq oil exports
Iraq southern oil exports halted by bad weather: port sources
Iraq heading for record oil exports
Jordan disrupts major al-Qaeda terrorist plot
The Jordanian government's statement said its intelligence service had broken up a cell that had been planning the attacks since June, arresting 11 people described as “supporters” of al-Qaeda in Iraq. The group had intended to use explosives and ...
Jordan claims to have thwarted al-Qaida inspired terror campaign
Jordan says it foils al-Qaida-linked terror plot
Huge al-Qaeda attack foiled, says Jordan
Exxon seeks to quit flagship Iraq oil project [Aswat al-Iraq]
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: Exxon Mobil wants to leave its giant oilfield project in southern Iraq, diplomatic sources said, in a move likely to aggravate the country's internal tensions and hamper Baghdad's ambitious energy expansion plans. The desire of ...
Exxon Nears Sale of South Iraq Stake
Exxon seeks to quit flagship Iraq oil project
Iraq not informed about Exxon move on West Qurna: sources
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 says signs contract for 18 F-16 fighter jets
Don't Just Worry About Iranian Influence in Iraq
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Canadian judge says there is enough evidence to extradite terror suspect to ...
EDMONTON, Alberta – A judge ruled Friday there is enough evidence to extradite a Canadian man to the United States to face charges that he helped coordinate Tunisian jihadists believed responsible for separate suicide attacks in Iraq in 2009 that ...
Edmonton terrorism suspect ordered extradited to NY for Iraq bombing trial
Sayfildin Tahir Sharif, Iraqi-born Canadian citizen, faces extradition to the US
'Candid Camera' terrorist to be extradited to U.S.
Wars in Afghanistan, Iraq are just like senseless war in Vietnam
Now, we have the asinine quagmire of Iraq and Afghanistan. The government of Afghanistan, if you can call it that, has even asked the U.S. to leave. Why in the name of humanity can't our government see how insulting these ungrateful warring people are ...
Myths of Iraq and Afghanistan
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 ...
British court rules families of soldiers killed in Iraq can sue government for ...
Families of soldiers killed in Iraq can sue MoD for negligence, judges rule
Families of Iraq soldiers can claim for damages