Iraq's President, Jalal Talabani, Hospitalized After Stroke - NYTimes.com
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BAGHDAD — Jalal Talabani, the president of Iraq, whose influence in mediating disputes among the country's many political factions has far outweighed the limited powers of the office he occupies, suffered a stroke and was in grave health on Tuesday in ...
Iraq's president rushed to hospital
Iraq President Talabani stable after stroke
Iraq President Talabani 'stable' after stroke
In Iraq, Exxon oil deal foments talk of civil war
BAGHDAD — With their opposing armies massed on either side of the contested border dividing southern and northern Iraq, leaders in Baghdad and the semiautonomous Kurdistan region are warning that they are close to civil war — one that could be ...
Iraq Official Says President Talabani Had a Stroke
Will Kurdistan's Energy Wealth Lead to the Next Iraq War?
One year after US withdrawal, uncertainty reigns in Iraq
The Notes, Photos, and Audio for 'Generation Kill'
Today marks the first anniversary since the official end of the Iraq war, and it's only recently that the conflict has been the focus of serious literary and creative efforts in the U.S. Two of this year's five finalists for the National Book Award for ...
Iraq urged to end executions amid ratification of death sentences
Iraq must impose an immediate moratorium on executions as a first step towards abolition Amnesty International said, amid yesterday's reported ratification of further death sentences. Death sentences for 28 people accused of terrorism-related offences ...
Iraq War Fallout in Syria
Repercussions from the disastrous Iraq War continue to reverberate through the Middle East, now with battle-hardened jihadists crossing into Syria and taking a key role in that civil war. A U.S. attempt to isolate them with a terrorist designation is ...
World Bank pledges $900 million for Iraq
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The World Bank pledged $900 million to Iraq over the next four years to help it create jobs, build stronger institutions and improve social inclusion, the global development lender said in a statement on Tuesday. Iraq's ...
World Bank Plans $900 Million Iraq Loan Over Four Years
World Bank sets $900 mn aid program for Iraq
Sky News: WBank sets $US900m aid program for Iraq
Investors Shun Post-War Iraq as Rising OPEC Star's Recovery Lags
“In Iraq, there are suicide bombings, political problems, the Central Bank governor was dismissed, others have been arrested -- these things cast a big shadow on the business environment, and investors shy away,” Makkawi, the chairman of Dubai-based ...
Iraq war veteran celebrates end of 2012 mile walk
Major Phil Packer MBE, a former soldier who was told he would never walk again after a rocket attack in Iraq in 2008, has completed his 2,012 mile walk to raise money to build a Centre for Inspiration to help youngsters facing adversity. It is the ...
Are US Munitions to Blame for Basra Birth Defects?
The guns have been silent in Iraq for years, but in Basra and Fallujah the number of birth defects and cancer cases is on the rise. Locals believe that American uranium-tipped munitions are to blame and some researchers think they might be right. Info ...
Illicit money flows grow in China, Iraq-report
(Reuters) - Some 150 developing countries, led by China, have been the source of flows of tainted money totaling $5.9 trillion over 10 years through 2010, Global Financial Integrity, a research and advocacy group in Washington, D.C., said on Monday.