Los Angeles Times
Marine's Plea Ends Iraq Massacre Case
Wall Street Journal
The plea deal, which results in manslaughter charges being dropped, brings to a close a lengthy series of high-profile investigations and court proceedings stemming from the deaths of 24 civilians, including women and children, in Haditha, Iraq.
Marine's trial ends without a conviction in 2005 Iraq killings
Marine accepts plea deal in Iraqi civilian deaths
Marine charged in Haditha, Iraq, killings pleads guilty to lesser charge
Saud Nasir Sabah, Kuwaiti ambassador to US during Iraq invasion, dies at 68
Saud Nasir Sabah, who served as Kuwait's ambassador to the United States during Iraq's 1990 invasion of the oil-rich country and the American-led war to oust Saddam Hussein's forces, died Jan. 21. He was 68. His death was announced in a ...
Iraq and Kuwait mull reparations 'fund': UN
Saud Nasser al-Sabah, Former Kuwaiti Ambassador, Dies at 68
Kuwait: Envoy to US During Iraq Invasion Dies
Finally, Iraq's problems are for Iraqis alone to resolve
The Daily Star
By Christopher R. Hill The narrative of contemporary Iraq is becoming etched in stone: United States troops are leaving and the country is falling apart. Iraq, we are told, is once again on the brink of dictatorship, this time under the Shiite ...
With US Barely Gone, Iraq's Gov't Breaking Apart
Is Iraq Becoming Obama's Perfect Storm?
Iraq: New oil and gas law in days?
Iraq December Crude Exports, Revenue Rise to 4-Month High
23 (Bloomberg) -- Iraq, which is seeking to boost crude exports to rebuild its economy, said oil shipments climbed 3.7 percent in December to 66.5 million barrels, generating the highest revenue in four months, $7.06 billion.
Iraq targets 2012 500000 bpd oil output increase
Iraq oil income in 2011 leaps by 60 percent
Iraq's oil exports, revenues, increase slightly in December
Why Iraq Still Haunts Europe
Huffington Post (blog)
by Richard Gowan (European Council on Foreign Relations) The Iraq war will haunt not only US policy-makers but also their European counterparts for years. The main players in the debate over the war -- Tony Blair, Jacques Chirac and Gerhard Schröder ...
Iraq risks slipping back into authoritarianism, rights group warns
The Lincoln Tribune
NEW YORK/BAGHDAD (BNO NEWS) -- Iraq risks falling back towards authoritarian rule amid allegations that security forces have tortured detainees at a secret prison, cracked down on freedom of expression and attacked peaceful protesters as well as ...
Iraq: Intensifying Crackdown on Free Speech, Protests
Human Rights Watch: Iraq getting worse
Rising Strife Threatens Tenuous Iraqi Stability
New York Times
BAGHDAD — Violence and political instability have escalated across Iraq since the withdrawal of American forces, as political and sectarian factions have fought for power and influence in a struggle that, within weeks, has threatened to undo the ...
Iraq risks slipping into authoritarianism: rights group
With U.S. troops barely gone, Iraq's government is breaking apart
Rights Group Says Iraq Becoming 'Police State'
Globe and Mail
US Media Iraq Reporting: See No Evil
The Iraq war may be over, at least for US troops, but the cover-up of the atrocities committed there by American forces goes on, even in retrospectives about the war. A prime example is reporting on the destroyed city of Fallujah, where some of the ...
Iraq War Ends Nine Years Too Late
We Should Have Left Iraq After Saddam Hussein Died
Pragmatic Obama set to defend foreign policy
Iraq's Gharraf Oil Field Will Start Production by September
(M1662) will start producing crude from the Gharraf oil field in southern Iraq by September, said Sattar Mahdi, head of field development. Gharraf will initially produce about 35000 barrels a day by the end of the third quarter of this year and will ...
Negotiations on Czech L-159 plane sale to Iraq continue
Prague Daily Monitor
Prague, Jan 23 (CTK) - Negotiations about the sale of Czech redundant subsonic planes L-159 to Iraq continue, no decision was made yesterday, the Government Office told CTK after Czech Prime Minister Petr Necas's meeting with an Iraqi government ...
Czech Aero profits from stalled L-159 fighter plane sale to Iraq
Iraq interested in buying Czech planes