Iraq War Parade: St. Louis Hosts First End-Of-War Celebration
Rich Radford was moved that so many braved a cold January wind Saturday in St. Louis to honor people like him: Iraq War veterans. The parade, borne out of a simple conversation between two St. Louis friends a month ago, was the nation's first big ...
Big crowds honor Iraq veterans in St. Louis parade
Iraq War veterans share stories from overseas during welcome-home parade in St ...
Veterans share stories at Iraq War parade in Mo.
New York Times
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
Iraq suicide blast kills dozens in Baghdad
Suicide bomber kills 33 in Iraq
Arkansas Iraq War vet gets life in prison for killing girlfriend
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Iraq War veteran who sought acquittal on a capital murder charge in the death of his girlfriend has been convicted and sentenced to life in prison. A Pulaski County jury of six men and six women deliberated about 90 minutes Thursday ...
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Iraq War vet accused of donning badge, Taser and gun while posing as Ore ...
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.
Iraq War veteran accused of posing as Ore. officer
Biden calls Iraqi leaders as bloodshed worsens
Baghdad (CNN) -- As recent bloodshed raises fears of renewed sectarian violence in Iraq, US Vice President Biden has been calling Iraqi leaders in an apparent attempt to soothe political tensions, the White House said Saturday.
Biden urges peaceful resolution of Iraq's political crisis
Biden urges Iraqi leaders to resolve political differences
US VP, Iraqi top MP discuss political tension in Iraq
80 Wis. soldiers still wait for service benefits
Dozens of Wisconsin National Guard soldiers are still waiting for thousands of dollars owed to them for their service in Iraq. The delay is due to bureaucratic glitches and clerical errors, the Oshkosh Northwestern reported (http://oshko.sh/xfjOx5 ).
Former 'Sons of Iraq' targeted by insurgents after US pullout
Washington Post (blog)
BAGHDAD — Muhannad Mahmoud can't find a place in the new Iraq. The American military, which hired him and more than 80000 other Sunni fighters to take on al-Qaeda-affiliated insurgents, just left. But the insurgents certainly have not.
Two anti-al Qaeda women gunned down in Iraq
Los Angeles Times
Official: Iraq will take legal action over US raid
By Mazin Yahya AP / January 26, 2012 BAGHDAD—Iraq will take legal action to ensure justice for the families of 24 unarmed Iraqi civilians killed in a US raid in Haditha seven years ago, a government spokesman said Thursday, after the lone US Marine ...
In Iraq, Haditha case is reminder of justice denied
Iraq says to take legal action for Haditha victims
Iraq: Violence Soars As Political Crisis Paralyzes Nation
By Charles Recknagel for RFE/RL Violence is increasing as Iraq goes through its worst crisis since US troops left in mid-December. The latest: A suicide car bombing which killed at least 31 people in Baghdad on January 27 at a Shi'ite funeral ...