St. Louis to host first big parade marking end of Iraq War
LOUIS (AP) – Since the Iraq War ended there has been little fanfare for the American veterans returning home. No ticker-tape parades. No massive, flag-waving public celebrations. By Mario Tama, Getty Images US soldiers at the Kuwait border wave to ...
St. Louis to host first major parade for Iraq War vets
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Iraq War veteran accused of posing as Ore. officer
He was deployed three times to Iraq, in 2004, 2007 and 2009, serving a year tour each time. An Oregon Military Department spokesman said Alloway received service awards for each tour. He also works a day job as a security guard.
434 People Killed in Iraq Since US Pulled Out
New York Times
BAGHDAD — Since the United States military withdrew from Iraq in the middle of last month, 434 Iraqis have been killed in attacks across the country, according to security officials, one of the highest tolls for that amount of time in the past few ...
Iraq sectarian war flares as 32 killed in suicide attack on funeral procession
Suicide Bomber Kills 33 at Shiite Funeral in Iraq
Iraq suicide blast kills dozens in Baghdad
The Associated Press
US special operations expanding as wars recede
The Associated Press
Big armies and the land invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan will be replaced by fast and light special operations raids that leave little trace, or better yet, raids by friendly local forces the US has trained, helping fight mutual enemies side by side.
Sydney Morning Herald
An Iraqi Massacre, a Light Sentence and a Question of Military Justice
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The collapse this week of the prosecution of a Marine for a civilian massacre in Haditha, Iraq — a striking outcome, even in a military justice system with a mixed record of charging soldiers for war crimes — has not only outraged ...
Iraq wants to prosecute marine
From Iraq to Vietnam, the ghosts of war scream
Iraq water crisis could stir ethnic clash
27 (UPI) -- Iraq is facing worsening water shortages caused by the failure of successive postwar governments to ensure supplies and extensive dam-building in neighboring states that could trigger sectarian conflict. "One prediction, which has yet to ...
Los Angeles Times
Iraq says to take legal action for Haditha victims
By Aseel Kami | BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq plans legal action on behalf of families of victims killed by US troops in a 2005 massacre after the last soldier involved was spared jail time by a guilty plea with military authorities, a government spokesman ...
Official: Iraq will take legal action over US raid
In Iraq, Haditha case is reminder of justice denied
Iraq Delays New Sea Crude Export Terminal; Mixed Reasons Given
BASRA, Iraq -(Dow Jones)- Iraq has delayed the opening of a key oil terminal due Friday, with officials giving mixed reasons for the move. An Iraqi Oil Ministry official blamed "technical reasons" for the delay to the single-point mooring, or SPM, ...
Iraq makes sanctions against Iran ineffective
Iran also has the means to evade the sanctions – through its proximity to Iraq. Iran has often been singled out as the main beneficiary of the US-led invasion of Iraq, as well as the biggest threat to Iraq's stability in the post-Saddam era.
Iran, Iraq ink MOU to broaden cooperation in transport sector
Iran, Iraq Ink MoU on Sports, Youth Affairs
Iranian nation, gov't for having maximum cooperation with Iraq: official
Why Iran cannot dominate Iraq
This month, Iraq's oil minister visited Iran, prompting many pundits and policy makers to ask: Is Iraq becoming a 'client state' of Iran. Iraq's ruling Shia majority faces a dilemma: to identify primarily as 'Iraqi' or to give their first allegiance to ...
Iraq's political crisis takes sectarian lines
Unity talks unavoidable