Wall Street Journal
Iraq frees Hezbollah man wanted by US
U.S. military spokesman Brig. Gen. Kevin J. Bergner speaks during a press conference in Baghdad, Iraq, near a poster of a senior Lebanese Hezbollah operative Ali Mussa Daqduq. (Photo: Wathiq Khuzaie, AP) ...
Iraq releases prisoner, drawing US ire
Against US Wishes, Iraq Releases Man Accused of Killing American Soldiers
Iraq Frees Militant Wanted in Deaths of US Soldiers
Duluth News Tribune
Veterans killed in Texas train crash survived gunshots, IEDs, grenades in Iraq ...
The four veterans killed when a freight train barreled into the parade float they were riding on weren't ordinary men. Three were Purple Heart recipients who served on the front lines multiple times in Iraq and Afghanistan. The fourth was awaiting ...
Veterans killed in train crash were war heroes
Iraq releases prisoner accused of killing US soldiers
Ali Moussa Daqdouq, a Lebanese militant accused of involvement in the murder of several U.S. soldiers in Iraq, was released by Iraqi authorities Friday morning, Daqdouq's lawyer, Abdulalmehdi al-Mutairi, told CNN. Daqdouq has arrived in Lebanon, his ...
Suspect in death of U.S. soldiers released
Iraq envoy says won't propose Arab action vs. Israel over Gaza
(Reuters) - Iraq's envoy to the Arab League said it would invite Arab states to use oil as a weapon to press for a halt to Israeli attacks on Gaza, but later appeared to withdraw the remark, saying Baghdad would make no particular proposal to a League ...
Liberated Iraq calls on Arab states to use oil as 'weapon' against US
Iraq envoy says Arabs should use oil to press Israel over Gaza
Iraq Tells Arab Nations: 'Use Oil As Weapon Against USA'
San Francisco Chronicle (blog)
Dianne Feinstein defends Susan Rice, says Iraq intel bad too
San Francisco Chronicle (blog)
Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the California Democrat who chairs the Intelligence Committee, defended U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice Friday, saying “We have seen wrong intelligence before, and it all surrounded our going into Iraq, and a lot of people were killed ...
Iraqi forces clash with Kurdish troops, one dead
The fighting in Tuz Khurmato, 170 km (105 miles) north of Iraq's capital, highlights strains between the federal government and the Kurdish leadership over autonomy, oil and land that risk upsetting Iraq's uneasy union. The departure of U.S. forces ...
New Iraq army HQ fuels Arab-Kurd row
Two dead, 10 wounded after Iraqi, Kurdish forces clash in northern Iraq
Iraq arms itself, 'Kurdistan' develops economy
U.S. drops case against KBR over Iraq private security costs
(Reuters) - The United States has dropped its case against the engineering and military contractor KBR Inc over the costs of KBR's private armed security in Iraq. U.S. District Judge Royce Lamberth, in an order posted on Thursday, granted the Justice ...
US drops KBR case over private security in Iraq
Baghdad Broker Dodges Bombs to Rack Up Stock Trades
That's what Taha has had to do for years as chairman and sole owner of the biggest stock brokerage tailored to foreign investors in postwar Iraq. Born in Baghdad to Kurdish parents and raised in the city, he bought Rabee for a small, undisclosed sum in ...
Iraq releases suspected Hezbollah operative Daqduq
His detention was political, not legal." Earlier this year, U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta told Reuters he had received assurances from Iraq it would not release Daqduq, even though an Iraqi court had cleared him of the charges. "We continue to ...
Thomas Friedman: Studying Iraq could be the key to the problem in Syria
What to do? I continue to believe that the best way to understand the real options — and they are grim — is by studying Iraq, which, like Syria, is made up largely of Sunnis, Shiites, Christians and Kurds. Why didn't Iraq explode outward like Syria ...