Christian Science Monitor
Syria rebels now include al-Qaida in Iraq, and group is tied to bombings, US ...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Top US intelligence officials pointed to al-Qaida in Iraq on Thursday as the likely culprit behind recent bombings in Syria, the deadliest attacks against the Syrian government in the 11-month uprising. Though the US has called for ...
US ties al-Qaeda to Syrian bombings
US officials tie terror group to Syrian bombings
US blames al-Qaida of Iraq for Syrian bombings
Iraqi Official Was Behind 150 Attacks, Judges Say
New York Times
BAGHDAD — A panel of Iraqi judges said Thursday that death squads commanded by Iraq's Sunni vice president carried out 150 attacks over six years against religious pilgrims, security officers and political foes. In a report offering details of their ...
Iraq's Sunni Vice-President Hashemi 'ran death squads'
Iraq inquiry blames Sunni VP death squads for attacks
Iraq inquiry finds Hashemi behind death squads
Outcome Magazine (blog)
Iraq bans ExxonMobil from new oil lease sales over Kurdish deal
Investor's Business Daily
Remember there was that war in Iraq? And besides hanging the large mustachioed guy who was always shooting rifles off palace balconies, a main goal of all that was to stabilize that sectarian-strife-filled place as a unified country?
Iraq: U.S. influence on oil thwarts Iran
Exxon Finds Support From Iraqi Government Despite Threats
Iraq sweetening terms for oil exploration bids
Iranian dissidents in Iraq agree to move to new camp
PARIS (Reuters) - The leader of an exiled Iranian opposition group said Thursday she had agreed to start relocating Iranian dissidents from a long-disputed camp in Iraq after receiving assurances from the United States about their safety.
UN urges Iraq to move Iranian dissidents to new camp
Iranian exile group ready to leave Iraq's Camp Ashraf, leader says
A UN Call to Aid Iraq's Iranian Exiles
Iraqis profit from Syrian arms smuggling
Younis al-Lehaibi and his sons then divide them into their trucks and head out to Iraq's vast, dusty border with Syria. Their objective: to smuggle weapons to Syrian rebels who seek the overthrow of President Bashar Assad. It's a turnaround from the ...
NY Times correspondent Shadid dies in Syria
He won the Pulitzer Prize for international reporting in 2004 and 2010 for his Iraq coverage. Shadid had been reporting in Syria for a week, gathering information on the resistance to the Syrian government, the Times said. The exact circumstances and ...
In Iraq, occupation by another name
By Adil E. Shamoo Two recent reports appearing on the same day last week in The New York Times and The Washington Post illustrate US intentions in Iraq. What they reveal is that despite the heralded "end" of US participation in the war there, ...
US Embassy in Iraq facing cuts
Nation Newsday > News > Nation US Embassy in Iraq facing cuts Originally published: February 15, 2012 7:34 AM Updated: February 15, 2012 2:12 PM By The Associated Press LARA JAKES (Associated Press) BAGHDAD - (AP) -- The US Embassy in Baghdad is facing ...
3 dead, two dozen wounded in Iraq explosions
US embassy to 'localise' Iraq operations
4 Killed, 8 Injured in Iraq's Fresh Violence
Versar wins Iraq contract
Washington Business Journal
Springfield-based Versar Inc. , a project management company, said it has been awarded a contract by the Army Corps of Engineers to provide ongoing personal services and support work in Iraq. The contract has a first-year ceiling of $4.5 million and an ...
Versar, Inc. Announces New Iraq Contract
Iraq vet gets to keep Victorville home for now
Victorville Daily Press
VICTORVILLE • An Army veteran of Iraq gets to keep his foreclosed Victorville home for at least another month, after Occupy protestors and Congressman Buck McKeon stepped in to stall the sale. Anthony Chavoya was deployed in Kosovo two years ago when ...