Sergeant Charged in Iraq Shooting Appears in...
An Army sergeant charged with killing four other soldiers and a Navy officer at a mental health clinic in Iraq has appeared in a military courtroom in Washington state. Sgt. John Russell entered no pleas during the hearing at Joint Base Lewis-McChord ...
Hypnosis evaluation sought for sergeant accused in Iraq killings
US soldier enters no plea in 2009 Iraq shootings
US Sanctions Hezbollah Leader After His Release in Iraq
Wall Street Journal (blog)
The U.S Treasury Department sanctioned a senior commander of the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah Monday for coordinating attacks on U.S. forces in Iraq. The Treasury Department designated Ali Mussa Daqduq al-Musawi Monday, barring Americans ...
US puts new sanctions on Hezbollah leader released last week by Iraq
Treasury designates Hezbollah operative
US sanctions Hezbollah chief for US deaths in Iraq
Iraq Seeks Up to 30 General Dynamics Stryker Vehicles
Iraq's military wants to buy as many as 30 General Dynamics Corp. (GD) Strykers in the first international sale of the eight-wheeled combat vehicle developed for the U.S. Army, U.S. officials said. The Army is assembling cost and schedule information ...
Iraq industrial sector attracts growing investment
Many of Iraq's 260 factories were either looted in the aftermath of the U.S. invasion in 2003 or are outdated or located in restive areas. Iraq needs investment in every sector, Karim said, and has an ample enough budget to enable it to rebuild. Were ...
Iraq exports Islamist militants to Syria?
World War 4 Report
The main Islamist rebel groups in Aleppo on Nov. 19 rejected the newly formed Syrian opposition bloc, saying they want an Islamic state. "We, the fighting squads of Aleppo city and province, unanimously reject the conspiratorial project called the ...
US says KBR boosted cost of trailers for troops in Iraq
(Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department said on Monday that it had sued KBR Inc, accusing the company and a Kuwaiti subcontractor of improperly charging the federal government for the costs of delivering and installing trailers for troops in Iraq. The ...
US Sues KBR Over Iraq War Overcharges
United States Sues Houston-based KBR and Kuwaiti Subcontractor for False ...
Al Qaeda a "cancer" in Syria, says Iraq's UN ambassador
Nov. 19, 2012. Iraq Ambassador to the U.N. Hamid al Bayati tells CBS News' Pamela Falk that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has for years allowed al Qaeda members to cross Syria in order to attack Iraq. It's a problem that has intensified. CBS News ...
New York Times
Iraq releases prisoner, drawing US ire
A Lebanese militant who was among the masterminds of one of the most brazen and deadly attacks on U.S. troops in Iraq has been released from custody, Iraqi officials disclosed Friday, a move that immediately drew ire from American officials. Ali Musa ...
Against US Wishes, Iraq Releases Man Accused of Killing American Soldiers
Iraq Frees Militant Wanted in Deaths of US Soldiers
Hezbollah Man Wanted by US Freed From Iraq Custody
The Daily Star
Iraq PM warns Kurd security forces to stay put
The Daily Star
BAGHDAD: Iraq's premier has warned Kurdish regional security forces not to advance towards government troop positions, a military spokesman said on Monday, after deadly clashes in a flashpoint northern town. Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's office ...
Iraqi Kurds Suffering from Counterfeit Drugs
Iraq-Kurdistan tensions reach new highs
How weird: Iraqi Kurds reassure US that Turkey won't divide Iraq
Iraq Officials: Suicide Car Bombing Kills 3
Officials say a car bomb explosion in central Iraq has killed three people and wounded 16 others. A police officer says a suicide car bomber drove his explosive-laden car Sunday morning into a police check point in the town of Khalis, killing two ...
3 people killed in car bombing in eastern Iraq
Car bomb kills 7 in Iraq, including 3 Iranian pilgrims visiting Shiite shrines
Car bomb kills seven foreign Shi'ite pilgrims in Iraq