Military to ease rules on women in combat
WASHINGTON (AP) – The Pentagon is unveiling plans Thursday to allow women to serve in thousands of military jobs closer to the front lines, reflecting the realities of the last decade of war in Iraq and Afghanistan. By Patrick Baz, AFP/Getty Images A ...
Pentagon to Lift Some Restrictions on Women in Combat
Women to serve closer to combat under new rules
Pentagon Rules 'Shift' on Women in Combat
Human rights group calls for Iraq to end executions
Baghdad (CNN) -- A human rights group expressed alarm Thursday at the pace of executions in Iraq and called for Iraqi authorities to abolish the practice. In a statement, Human Rights Watch noted that Iraq has executed at least 65 prisoners since the ...
Report: Iraq Has Executed 65 So Far in 2012
Iraq tribe blocks memorial for hanged Qaeda member
Iraq executes 14 people in one day, 65 so far this year
Chicago Iraq War Protester Settlement: City Giving $6.2 Million To Arrested ...
More than 800 plaintiffs were part of the class action suit against the city, which claimed that hundreds of people were arrested without being told by police to disperse during a protest against the Iraq war in 2003. Last year, federal appellate ...
City Settles Class Action Suit Over 2003 Iraq War Protest Arrests
Settlement in 2003 Chicago protest lawsuit
City of Chicago Settles Protest Lawsuit for $6.2 Million
The time to honor Iraq vets is now
By Timothy Kudo, Special to CNN Spc. Ashley Walter, left, hugs Staff Sgt. Diana Royal after Royal arrived in the last US military convoy to leave Iraq in December. Editor's note: Capt. Timothy Kudo deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan between 2009 and 2011 ...
Veterans of Iraq War, Some Argue, Also Deserve a Parade
No Parades for Iraq Vets=No Decisive Victory
Lawmakers revive call for Iraq vets parade in NYC despite Pentagon pushback
Iraq's sadr calls for unity at mass rally *latest!
The Borneo Post
Posted on February 10, 2012, Friday BAGHDAD: Anti-US cleric Moqtada al-Sadr presented himself on Thursday as a statesman who can unite a fractured Iraq, drawing tens of thousands of supporters to celebrate the departure of US troops and flex his ...
Iraq's Sadr City celebrates US withdrawal (1:04)
Iraq executions inflame political turmoil
Power-Sharing and Regional Support
Troubled US "mega-bunker of Baghdad" faces downsizing
"Regardless of what the size is, we are going to make sure that our diplomats and the people that we have hired there are secure, number one, and two, that the ability for us to be involved in the political engagement of Iraq is at the highest possible ...
The US Is Moving Onward
US plans to 'right-size' Iraq embassy
Iraq, US drift apart
Iraq war vet, federal prosecutor Ron DeSantis to run in CD-6 (bad news, Craig ...
Republican Ron DeSantis, an Iraq war veteran, former prosecutor and principled conservative, announced that he will be running for the United States House of Representatives, seeking to represent his fellow residents of the newly-proposed 6th ...
Ron DeSantis announces run for Congress
Former Jacksonville prosecutor running for 6th Congressional District
Iraq seeks to clamp down on security contractors
By Suadad al-Salhy | BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's government intends to impose tough restrictions on private security companies to rein in what amounts to a "giant army" threatening the country's stability, a senior security official said.
Iraq wants to limit private security contractors
'Robust Diplomacy' in Iraq - 50% Increase in Contractors?
New York Times
Iraq's Future in Iraq's Hands
New York Times
The Obama administration should be commended for rethinking the size and mission of the US diplomatic presence in Iraq. It should carry forward with plans to significantly reduce the number of personnel who remain. Such a disproportionately large ...
New York Times