Iraq: Sunnis Continue Protests Against Prime Minister
New York Times
Tens of thousands of Sunni Muslims blocked Iraq's main trade route to neighboring Syria and Jordan in a demonstration on Wednesday against Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki, a Shiite. The size of the protests in the Sunni stronghold of Anbar Province ...
Iraq: New Protests Break out in Sunni Stronghold
Iraq protests signal growing tension between Sunni and Shia communities
Iraq Sunnis block trade routes in protest against PM Maliki
Protests Flare in Iraq's Anbar Province
Wall Street Journal
RAMADI, Iraq—Large, noisy demonstrations against Iraq's government flared for the third time in less than a week Wednesday in Iraq's western Anbar province, raising the prospect of a fresh bout of unrest in a onetime al Qaeda stronghold on Syria's ...
Officials: 4 Killed in Iraq Due to Heavy Rain
An unusually heavy rainstorm has collapsed shoddy houses in Iraq, killing a woman and three children, police and health officials said Wednesday. A police officer said a house in the town of Mohammed al-Sakran, about 40 kilometers (25 miles) northeast ...
Officials: Houses collapse in heavy rain in Iraq, 4 people killed, 7 others ...
Four dead as heavy rains flood Iraq capital
Heavy rain and floods hit Iraq, four dead
Number of homeless Iraq, Afghan vets doubles
Marine Corps Times
The number of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans who are homeless or at risk of losing a roof over their heads has more than doubled in the past two years, according to government data. Through the end of September, 26,531 of them were living on the streets ...
VA undercounted Afghanistan and Iraq war veteran PTSD cases
Families of Iraq war dead dismayed as Chilcot Inquiry hit by further delays
The Iraq Inquiry, set up by Gordon Brown to find the truth about Britain's involvement in the Iraq War, remains at loggerheads with the Cabinet Office over the publication of classified documents. It means Sir John's report will not be published until ...
Last Diggers in Iraq still have plenty to do
A key role for the two remaining Australians is liaising closely with Iraqi military commanders and the commanders of Kurdish forces, confronting each other in the increasingly tense areas along and near Iraq's internal borders. Just days ago, troops ...
Iraq mobile firm aims to raise $1.23 bn in IPO
An Iraqi man checks a mobile phone at a shop in Baghdad on March 17, 2008. Iraq's second-biggest mobile operator Asiacell aims to raise $1.23 billion in an initial public offering next month, it said, after pressure from Baghdad's media regulator to be ...
Iraq telecommunications provider Asiacell looks to generate $1.3 billion ...
Iraq's Asiacell seeks to raise $1.35bn from IPO
Iraq's Asiacell seeks to raise $1.35 bln from IPO
San Francisco Chronicle
Iraq region's oil exports are slashed
Gulf Daily News
BAGHDAD: Oil exports from Iraq's autonomous Kurdistan region via the federal government have been slashed in the latest chapter of a long-running payments row, a spokesman said yesterday. Kurdistan government spokesman Safin Dizai said foreign ...
Iraq's northern Kurdish region stops oil exports
Iraq's Kurdistan stops oil exports
Official: Iraq's northern Kurdish suspends crude oil exports due to payment ...
Former police chief Jose Pequeno, injured in Iraq, comes home
The Union Leader
Pequeno was severely wounded in Iraq In 2006 while deployed with NH's 237th Military Police Company. On March 1st 2006 an insurgent lobbed a grenade into Pequeno's Humvee while he was calling in a series of explosions near his observation post.
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America to Ring The NASDAQ Stock Market ...
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, the nation's first and largest nonpartisan, nonprofit organization representing veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan, will visit the NASDAQ MarketSite in Times Square. In honor of the occasion, Army combat veteran ...