Iraq al-Qaida says US forces left to save money as its economy collapsed.
BAGHDAD — The US pulled its troops out of Iraq because its economy is collapsing and it needed to save money, an al-Qaida front group said in a message posted on its website Wednesday, its first online comment since the US completed its pullout last ...
Iraq al Qaeda says US withdrew to save money
Iraq al-Qaida says US withdrew to save funds
US says Iraq killings were 'tragic' for both sides
However, Nuland told reporters the events in Haditha "were tragic for both the United States and for Iraq. "In the aftermath of this incident, the Department of Defense conducted a complete and comprehensive review of all of our rules of engagement for ...
Iraqi Town: Justice Failed US Raid Victims
Marine In Haditha, Iraq, Killings Gets Demotion, Pay Cut
Marine spared from jail time in Iraq killings
Welcome Home Iraq Vets Gaining Political Support
BY BETSEY BRUCE REPORTER Plans to honor US veterans now home from the war in Iraq with the nation's first welcome home parade were expanded Wednesday to include a ceremony honoring those who lost their lives in the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts.
Organizers of Iraq war veterans parade still need help
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Iraq violence kills at least 19
San Francisco Chronicle
At least 19 people were killed in Iraq on Tuesday as insurgents targeted day laborers, government workers and an antiterrorism police captain amid a continuing surge of violence, according to security officials. At least 80 people were injured, ...
Deadly Blasts Hit Shiite Neighborhoods in Baghdad
Iraq hits out at Turkey as ties worsen
Turkey warns Iraqi PM over sectarian conflict
Out of Iraq, long haul finished for soldiers from Illinois unit
Michael Barton and his Illinois soldiers crossed the desert of southern Iraq into Kuwait, cramped inside armored vehicles, as they had done many times during the war. On this day, cheers and screams erupted from the convoy.
The Daily Star
Iraq's Sunni-backed bloc faces key decision Thursday
The Daily Star
By Suadad al-Salhy BAGHDAD: Leaders of Iraq's Sunni-backed Iraqiya political bloc will meet on Thursday to decide whether to continue its boycott of parliament or escalate its protest by leaving the government. Disputes within Iraqiya are threatening ...
Al-Iraqiya withdrawal may enhance democratic process - MP
Kansas City Star
Reward for Man Who Helped Capture Alleged Serial Killer Targeting Homeless
NBC Los Angeles
By Irene Moore AP This photo released by the Anaheim Police Department shows Itzcoatl Ocampo, a 23-year-old Iraq War veteran arrested in connection with the murders of four homeless men. Donny Hopkins, a 32-year-old Yorba Linda man, was awarded $5000 ...
Forklift driver rewarded in homeless killings case
Man who helped chase down suspect in Calif. homeless killings gets $5000 ...
Iraq Postpones Persian Gulf Oil Terminal Start “Indefinitely”
Iraq has postponed “indefinitely” the inauguration of the first of four single-point mooring facilities in the Persian Gulf, said Murtada al-Jashaami, a spokesman for the oil ministry. He didn't give any reason for the delay, the third since last month ...
U.S. military in Persian Gulf still necessary, welcome force
Burgerfuel opens store in Iraq
BurgerFuel Worldwide (BFW) has already opened its first store for 2012 - in Iraq. The new Iraq store has opened in Sulaymaniyah, which is in Northern Iraq, the Kurdish speaking area known as Iraqi Kurdistan. Northern Iraq itself has a population of ...
What price for a burger in Iraq? Kiwi company has the answer
The Associated Press
APNewsBreak: Army to cut combat brigades
The Associated Press
According to officials, plans call for the active duty Army to shrink from a high of about 570000 soldiers during the peak of the Iraq war to roughly 490000 over the next decade or so. Initial cuts have been continuing, and there currently are about ...
Army to cut combat brigades
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US Army to slash 13 brigades, 80000 troops as part of budget cuts