US envoy says Iraq following rule of law in al-Hashemi case
By Jim Michaels, USA TODAY The US ambassador to Iraq said that an investigation into allegations against Iraq's vice president appears to be proceeding fairly despite claims that Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki is pursuing a political vendetta against a ...
Iraq Attacks Kill 4 People Amid Political Crisis
Iraq PM backs off sacking threats in political row
Last defendant in Iraq war crimes case heads to trial after years of delays
SAN DIEGO — The last defendant in the biggest and lengthiest criminal case against US troops to arise from the Iraq War is expected to stand trial this week, more than six years after his squad killed 24 Iraqis, including unarmed women and children. ...
The Nation, Pakistan
Turkey to Broach Kurdistan Issue in Tehran
Voice of America
January 04, 2012 Turkey to Broach Kurdistan Issue in Tehran Dorian Jones | Istanbul Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu is in Iran for talks that are expected to address the burgeoning political crisis in neighboring Iraq, where Vice President ...
Deadly Turkish strike felt by Kurdish refugees in Iraq
While Iraq is being partitioned
The Massacre of Kurds in Sirnak: Turkish State Terror in Action
Many fearful of Iraq's future
San Jose Mercury News
By Ed Arnow Our troops are out of Iraq but the fighting is far from ended. Most signs indicate that Iraq can't get its act together. The internal hatreds haven't changed. The same religious sects and tribes are still at each other's throats. ...
Explain again why we invaded Iraq?
From the Foxhole: My Iraq War
More reactions to the Iraq War's end and Occupy
With Iraq War over, area soldiers remembered for their service, ultimate sacrifice
(Photo by David McNew/Getty Images) Not a day goes by when Pete Wallace doesn't think of his son, Andrew, who gave the ultimate sacrifice for his country during the war in Iraq. Wallace, a 25-year-old US Army Sergeant, was killed by a roadside bomb on ...
The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
End of an era: Leaving Iraq
San Angelo Standard Times
By Michael Kelly Getty Images Soldiers from the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division celebrate through the roof hatches of their armored vehicles as they drive out of camp Adder near Nasiriyah, Iraq, on Dec. 16 during the US military's last ...
Editorial: End of combat mission in Iraq is welcomed, but cost remains high
Column: The gratitude they deserve
Credit Obama For Leaving Iraq, But The US Remains Over-Committed
As a presidential candidate in 2008, Barack Obama pledged to remove the US military from Iraq, where it had been lodged since March 2003, within 16 months of assuming office (by the end of 2010). Mr. Obama fulfilled that pledge this month, ...
Rangers Fan Beaten in Winter Classic Fight Was Off-Duty Cop, Iraq War Vet
NBC New York
The Rangers hockey fan brutally beaten during a fight after the Winter Classic in Philadelphia over the weekend was an off-duty police officer from New Jersey and an Iraq War veteran, said Woodbridge, NJ mayor John McCormac. ...
Iraq vet sought in killing of Rainier ranger is found dead
An armed Iraq War veteran suspected of killing a Mount Rainier National Park ranger was found dead Monday, apparently killed by the cold overnight. When a new mom took a cute photo of her daughter in a forest scene that she created using blankets and ...
Park Ranger killed by Iraq War Veteran in Washington
Standoff ends: Iraq war veteran suspected in park ranger's murder found dead
Hunt for Iraq War veteran ends after police find body in national park
Iraq war vet who murdered park ranger before freezing to death in snow was ...
By Daily Mail Reporter Iraq War veteran Benjamin Colton Barnes was last stationed at a troubled US Army base notorious for suicides and violence, it emerged today. The 24-year-old, suspected of killing a Mount Rainier National Park ranger after ...
Alleged Mount Rainier shooter's troubles may not have been service-related
MSNBC walks back on early Rainier shooting story linking tragedy to suspect's PTSD