Iraq bomber kills 15 at police academy
At least eight other people were killed in attacks elsewhere in Iraq on Sunday. The suicide bomber "blew himself up at the entrance of the police academy on Palestine Street", an interior ministry official said, putting the toll at 15 dead and 21 ...
Iraq: Officials Say 20 Killed In Police Academy Blast
Bombing Targets Iraqi Police
Iraq tightens security at Syria border to stop arms flow
Mich. Man Burns NJ Flag Over Houston Tribute
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Kalamazoo, MI -- The father of a Michigan man killed while serving in Iraq was outraged when he heard that flags in New Jersey were being flown at half-staff for the death of Whitney Houston. John Burri, of Kalamazoo, decided to burn the New Jersey ...
Father of fallen Iraq veteran burns New Jersey flag to protest Gov Christie's ...
Michigan Man Burns NJ Flag In Response To Houston Tribute
Iraq sees at least 9.4 percent GDP growth to 2016: central bank
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's gross domestic product is expected to grow by an average rate of at least 9.4 percent annually between 2012 and 2016 as the oil-producing country benefits from larger windfalls in oil revenues, a senior central bank official ...
Iraq War ended before deployment in '08, veteran claims in PTSD suit
By AP PORTLAND — An insurance company that denied benefits to a military veteran faces a federal lawsuit that argues its reasoning was groundless because the US wasn't at war with Iraq in 2008. Jerico McCoy, 29, said Iraq was a sovereign nation when ...
Iran Policy Committee: Responsibility to Protect Iranian Dissidents in Iraq
How Iraq, UN, EU, and the United States act is a litmus test for whether the rest of the residents of Camp Ashraf relocate. Professor Raymond Tanter, former member of the National Security Council staff in the Reagan-Bush White House and President of ...
Iran MP urges Iraq to hand over MKO
400 Iran exiles reluctantly move to new Iraq home
Iraq moves batch of Iranian dissidents from camp
Iraq's Deputy Oil Minister Addresses Dispute Between Erbil and Baghdad
In an interview with Rudaw, Mutasam Akram, Iraq's deputy minister of oil since 2003, discusses the disputes over oil and gas between Erbil and Baghdad. Akram, 57 and a native of Erbil, says Hussein Shahristiani, Iraqi deputy prime minister and former ...
Looking for oil in the other Iraq
Statement by the office of the Deputy Prime Minister of Iraq
Iraq sees at least 9.4 pct GDP growth to 2016-cenbank
BAGHDAD Feb 19 (Reuters) - Iraq's gross domestic product is expected to grow by an average rate of at least 9.4 percent annually between 2012 and 2016 as the oil-producing country benefits from larger windfalls in oil revenues, a senior central bank ...
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Syrian conflict attracting foreign fighters, weapons
SYRIA has become a magnet for foreign fighters, with al-Qaeda aligned jihadists streaming across the border from Iraq and rebel soldiers from the Libyan city of Misrata crossing in from Turkey, experts say. With the jihadists come weapons, ...
Iran Nuclear Coverage Echoes Iraq War Media Frenzy
Syria rebels now include al-Qaida in Iraq, and group is tied to bombings, US ...
al-Qaida of Iraq behind Syria bombings, according to U.S. intelligence
Police say Marine sergeant was violent when officer gunned him down but the ...
Sgt Loggins, of Joliet, Illinois, enlisted in 1998 but was never deployed to Iraq or Afghanistan. Maj Cox said he was a humble, kind hardworking Marine who had received multiple medals. The office where Loggins worked handled cargo shipments for the ...