Marine convicted in Iraq killings leaves service
The Tand D.com
The outcome of the case sparked outrage in Iraq and the government there has said it will take legal action to ensure justice for the families of the victims. But officials did not give specifics and it was unclear what action could be taken.
The Nation, Pakistan
Saudis Pick First Envoy To Baghdad In 20 Years
New York Times
BAGHDAD — Moving to repair a long-fractured diplomatic relationship, Saudi Arabia has named its first ambassador to Iraq in more than two decades, Iraq's foreign minister announced Tuesday. The Saudis did not, however, say they were reopening an ...
Saudi Arabia Names Ambassador to Iraq
Iraq seeks to educate more students in US
"No country can get out of the suffering and backwardness without the development of higher education," said Ali al-Adeeb, Iraq's minister of higher education, who met Tuesday with State Department officials. Adeeb and several of his top deputies will ...
US and Iraq Pledge Continued Cooperation on Higher Education
Christian Science Monitor
Iraq officials: Violence down as al-Qaida group moves to Syria
By Sahar Issa / McClatchy Newspapers BAGHDAD — The departure of al-Qaida-affiliated fighters from Iraq to join the rebellion against Syrian President Bashar Assad in Syria has had one benefit, Iraqi officials say: Violence has dropped in this country, ...
As Al Qaeda moves fight to Syria, violence in Iraq drops sharply
Iraq Officials: Violence Down As al-Qaida Moves to Syria
Congressman: Iraq War's end gives al-Qaeda opening in Syria
Iraq War vet Ocampo arraigned for string of Orange County murders
An Iraq War vet has pleaded “not guilty” to charges that he murdered six people - including four homeless men - in Orange County. Prosecutors say Itzcoatl Ocampo is behind a series of brutal stabbings of homeless men in December and January.
Iraq War Veteran, 23, Pleads Not Guilty In 6 Murders
Man held in serial killings pleads not guilty
Accused California homeless killer pleads not guilty
Time For Residents Of Camp Ashraf To Move
Voice of America
The United States has joined the United Nations in urging the residents of Iraq's Camp Ashraf, which has been used by the Mujahedin-e-Khalq or MEK, for the past two decades, to move to new temporary quarters where they will be considered by the UN for ...
400 Iran exiles reluctantly move to new Iraq home
Iraqi tribes demand prosecution, punishment of anti-Iran MKO
Iran Policy Committee: Responsibility to Protect Iranian Dissidents in Iraq
In Din Over Iran, Rattling Sabers Echo
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The United States has now endured what by some measures is the longest period of war in its history, with more than 6300 American troops killed and 46000 wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan and the ultimate costs estimated at $3 trillion.
Experts Say Iraq Attack Is Irrational, Yet Hawks Are Winning the Debate
Former Nuclear Inspectors Advise Against Strike on Iran Sites
Analyzing The Present Iranian Crisis
Iraq offers investors ultra-high risk-reward bet
Consider Iraq. The perils are well known—possible civil war at the top of the list—but the Baghdad main index is still up 32% over two years, outperforming its Middle East rivals. This year has started less well—drops are hardly a surprise for a ...
Iraq VP: Death squad charges politically motivated
Iraq bomber kills 15 at police academy
Iraq reviews security measures on border with Syria
The Daily Star
Iraq border town ready to repay debt to Syrians
The Daily Star
By Azhar Shallal Al-QAEM, Iraq: Residents of Al-Qaem, an Iraqi town near the Syrian border, aim to repay a debt to Syrians who provided them with supplies, fighters and weapons when the region was facing US forces in 2005. “The brothers in Syria stood ...
Readiness to receive Iraqi immigrants coming from Syria - MP
Iraq border town aims to repay debt to Syrians
10 Years In Iraq & No Oil, What Up With That?
Weren't we fighting a war in Iraq for ten years for the oil? Sure, on the surface it was presented as a mission to remove a ruthless dictator and free the Iraqi people, but wasn't it also about gaining some control of the oil?
ENERGY MARKETS REPORT INCLUDING: Iraq will boost oil supplies by 250000BPD in ...