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Iraq war contractor ordered to pay $85 million
San Angelo Standard Times
A jury on Friday ordered an American military contractor to pay $85 million after finding it guilty of negligence for illnesses suffered by a dozen Oregon soldiers who guarded an oilfield water plant during the Iraq war. After a three-week trial, the ...
Troops win $85m in Iraq health risk case
Jury finds Iraq war contractor responsible for soldiers' diseases, orders $85 ...
Soldiers win $85m compensation from Iraq war contractor
Iraq war veteran challenges military on injury benefits
The Seattle Times
Iraq war veteran challenges military on injury benefits. The Defense Department is being taken to task over a rule that an injury during combat training doesn't qualify a veteran for the enhanced benefits provided for combat injuries. By Michael Doyle ...
Iraq police arrest prison head after al-Qaeda jailbreak
The News International
SAMARRA, Iraq: Iraqi police on Saturday arrested the head of a jail from which dozens of al-Qaeda militants escaped weeks ago, hours after he left hospital after being treated for wounds suffered in the incident. Brigadier General Laith al-Salmani is ...
Iraq arrests warden in jailbreak investigation
Iraq court hands Sunni VP 2nd death sentence
The verdict was the second death sentence for Tariq al-Hashemi in less than two months, and is likely to stoke further resentment among Iraq's minority Sunni Muslims against the Shiite-led government. The sentence is unlikely to be carried out any time ...
Fugitive Sunni Iraq VP sentenced to death on second charge
Fugitive Iraq VP handed second death term
Iraq court hands Sunni vice-president 2nd death sentence
KBR loses $85M suit by Iraq soldiers
The soldiers charged in the suit that KBR was negligent in the way it handled sodium dichromate, an anti-corrosion agent that contains the known carcinogen hexavalent chromium, at a compound in Iraq in 2003. The chemical was added to water that was ...
Obama's Iraq ambassador: I wanted troops to remain in Iraq
Foreign Policy (blog)
Obama's former ambassador to Iraq, who served during the withdrawal of U.S. forces, was in favor of keeping some troops in the Iraq past the 2011 withdrawal date, he told The Cable in an interview today. COMMENTS (0) SHARE: Twitter. Reddit. Bookmark ...
Report: $800 million is snuck out of Iraq each week
Obama's Iraq Ambassador: I Wanted Troops to Stay in Iraq
Iraq to have provincial vote in April
Insurgents shoot dead 3 soldiers in Iraq
BAGHDAD -- Iraqi authorities say insurgents have gunned down three soldiers at a checkpoint near the country's capital. Police officials said that the early Saturday shooting took place in Taji, 20 kilometers (12 miles) north of Baghdad, and two other ...
3 killed in Iraq attacks
Insurgents kill three Iraqi soldiers
Iraq vet first at scene where boy died in wreck
McCallon, who served two tours in Iraq, found 7-year-old Josiah A. Alves dead in the front passenger seat of a black BMW that had been reported as being driving erratically. Nicholas McCallon, 27, of Everett, with his newborn son, Nathan, was. Mark ...
Iraqi tourist sector hurt by Iran's currency pain
NAJAF, Iraq — The plunge in Iran's currency is proving bad for business in neighboring Iraq. Yousif Jassim Mohammed would know. The Iraqi merchant's gift shop sits on prime real estate opposite the gold-domed Imam Ali shrine in Najaf, one of the ...
The unfolding human catastrophe in Iran
After Saddam and war, Iraq's musicians see revival
The once quiet courtyards of Baghdad's Institute of Musical Studies, located in the busy Sinak area, where violence was rife during the height of Iraq's sectarian violence in 2006 and 2007, are thriving again as the Iraqi capital enjoys a noticeable ...