The Daily Star
UN urges Iraq to move Iranian dissidents to new camp
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged Iraq on Wednesday to speed up the transfer of Iranian dissidents at a camp near Baghdad to a temporary facility which the dissident group has compared to a prison.
A UN Call to Aid Iraq's Iranian Refugees
Ban calls for start of relocation of Iranian exiles living in camp in Iraq
UN chief: relocate Iraq camp residents
US Embassy in Iraq Facing Cuts
Much of last year's budget was spent on one-time startup costs as the embassy began to take the lead in the US effort in Iraq as the military withdrew. When it opened in 2009, the embassy was the largest US mission in the world.
US embassy to 'localise' Iraq operations
3 killed in Iraq attack on policeman's house
Iraq sweetening terms for oil exploration bids
By Hassan Hafidh Iraq is sweetening the terms to be offered to international companies ahead of a new bidding round for 12 exploration blocks, a senior Oil Ministry official said Wednesday. The move comes as some oil majors, including France's Total SA ...
Iraq blocks Exxon Mobil from oil exploration bids
Iraq: US influence on oil thwarts Iran
Iraq Deputy Prime Minister Blasts "Threats" Against Exxon
Al Qaeda Trying to Assert Itself With Attacks in Syrian Uprising, Analysts Say
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Sunni extremists, including fighters linked to Al Qaeda's franchise in neighboring Iraq, are likely responsible for two big recent bombings in the Syrian capital as well as attacks on Friday in Aleppo, the country's largest city, ...
Can al Qaeda tap into Syria rage?
Iraq parliament chief warns on Syria unrest
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Sydney Morning Herald
Iraq Says Too Early To Take Action Against Leighton - Official
Leighton Holdings Ltd. Monday said Australian police launched an investigation after the construction company notified authorities of a possible illegal payment by one of its subsidiaries linked to work expanding Iraq's crude-oil export facilities.
Thorny issues start to take heavy toll on Leighton
Leighton's Iraq scandal should prove a warning on overseas operations
Leighton Reports Possible Illegal Iraq Payment
Iraqi-born Islamist cleric in Norway terror trial
Since his arrival, Krekar has made frequent trips to Iraq where in 2001 he founded the Kurdish Ansar al-Islam, a group suspected of organizing suicide bombings against coalition forces in Iraq, and listed as a terrorist organization by the United ...
Iraq-Born Islamist On Trial In Norway
Iraq Studying Alternative Oil Export Routes If Hormuz Is Shut
Iraq is considering options to export crude from its southern terminals should Iran block the Strait of Hormuz, transit point for about two-thirds of its production, Planning Minister Ali Youssef Al-Shukri said. Iraq is considering three alternative ...
Risks to Global Oil Supply Rival Late 1970s: Report
Reports Shed Light on Iran Sanctions and US's, Big Oil's Goals in Middle East
Iraq offers Pakistan Oil on long term payment facility
Wednesday, February 16, 2012: Dr Asim Hussain, Special Assistant to Prime Minister, during a press conference revealed that Iraq has put forth a proposal to Pakistan. In the proposal, Iraq will lend Pakistan furnace oil with the Hussain further ...
Iraq offers oil on deferred payment: talks soon, says Dr Asim
Lucrative deal: Iraq offers long term deferred oil payment facility
Long-term deferred payment facility:
Iraq Goes Red for Valentine's Day: Paper Hearts Over Bloodshed
In Iraq, by contrast, the young, especially Christians, have been paying special attention to the event, using gift cards and text messages to greet each other. This year, the phenomenon has spread across all ages and religions.
Iraq's romance grows with Valentine's Day
Baghdad embraces romance with Valentine's Day as escape from daily struggles
Baghdad's romance grows with Valentine's Day
US-Iraq Joint Coordination Committee on Educational and Cultural Cooperation ...
US Department of State (press release)
In partnership with the Government of Iraq, the US Department of State announced today that the second meeting of the US-Iraq Joint Coordination Committee on Educational and Cultural Cooperation (JCC) will be held in Washington, DC, ...