New York Times reporter dies in Syria
By the CNN Wire Staff (CNN) -- Anthony Shadid, who won two Pulitzer Prizes for his reporting from Iraq, died Thursday while reporting in eastern Syria, apparently of an asthma attack, The New York Times said. Tyler Hicks, a Times photographer who was ...
Anthony Shadid, peerless chronicler of human stories
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Christian Science Monitor
Top US official: Al Qaeda in Iraq joining fight against Syria's Assad
Christian Science Monitor
It was the first time that a top US official publicly confirmed the involvement of Al Qaeda in Iraq, or AQI, in the uprising against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, which began nearly a year ago as peaceful protests for an end to his family's ...
US intelligence officials tie Al Qaeda of Iraq to Syrian bombings
Syrian conflict attracting foreign fighters, weapons
Syria rebels now include al-Qaida in Iraq, and group is tied to bombings, US ...
New York Daily News
Polish man found in mountains is Iraq war veteran
Albany Times Union
MONIKA SCISLOWSKA, AP WARSAW, Poland (AP) — A man found with severe frostbite in subzero temperatures in the southern Polish mountains was being taken to a military hospital on Friday after his family identified him as a veteran of the Iraq war.
Mystery man found frostbitten in Polish mountains identified as Iraq war veteran
Frostbitten man found in Polish mountains identified as Iraq war veteran
Will post-Assad Syria look like Iraq?
They see Iraq - Syria's neighbor to the east - as a possible scenario for post-al-Assad Syria. Iraq was liberated by the Americans from the tyranny of Saddam Hussein but instead of stability and prosperity, the dictator's fall brought on a bloody civil ...
Syria Chaos Pushes Iraqis Back Home
Wall Street Journal
Many of these Iraqis now face a new dilemma: risk being caught in a conflict that increasingly resembles the one they escaped, or come home to a still-unstable Iraq. Returning Iraqis say Syria's conflict is increasingly organizing itself along ...
Iraqi judicial panel accuses vice president and his security detail of 150 attacks
Iraq inquiry blames Hashemi for attacks
Iraqi Official Was Behind 150 Attacks, Judges Say
Iran exiles depart Iraq camp for new site
The move is part of a December 25 deal between the UN and Iraq, which was reached after extensive talks, under which around 3400 Iranians opposed to the regime in Tehran will be moved to a new location called Camp Liberty, as part of a process that ...
Iraq must ensure Iran exile group's safety: EU
Iranian exiles begin move to new home in Iraq
Iranian Dissidents In Iraq Agree to Move
Iraq War Vet Indicted For Arsenal Of Grenades, Guns, And IEDs In Bronx Apartment
An Iraq war veteran was caught amassing "a small arsenal" in his Bronx residence, including handmade improvised explosive devices [IEDs], grenades, four firearms, and several rounds of ammunition, according to an indictment unsealed yesterday.
Iraq Veteran Took Grenades Home to Bronx, Officials Say
Police find 'small arsenal' of stolen military weapons at ex-Fort Bragg ...
Ex-soldier arrested on weapons charges in NYC
The Atlantic Wire
Iran Nuclear Coverage Echoes Iraq War Media Frenzy
It's already been a decade since the media hyped bogus WMD claims prior to the US invasion of Iraq. But it sure feels like 2002 for anyone who was around then and is now scanning newspaper headlines or watching TV talking-heads discuss a possible ...
The Iraq War Invasion Plot Is Playing Out Again in Iran
Iraq accuses some Arab states of helping fund terror
"Businessmen from some countries in the region, with the help of their governments, are providing significant funds to terrorist groups in Iraq," Assadi said in an interview with state television. "The leaders of these countries say they know nothing ...
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.
Iranian exile group ready to leave Iraq's Camp Ashraf, leader says
UN urges Iraq to move Iranian dissidents to new camp
Ban calls for start of relocation of Iranian exiles living in camp in Iraq