Iraq militia stone youths to death for "emo" style
The killings have taken place since Iraq's interior ministry drew attention to the "emo" subculture last month, labeling it "Satanism" and ordering a community police force to stamp it out. "Emo" is a form of punk music developed in the United States.
90 students in Iraq stoned to death for having 'Emo hair and tight clothes'
'Emo' killings in Iraq create different reactions among religious clerics
New York Times
In Iraq, growing gap sets Kurdistan apart
IRBIL, Iraq — To land at the gleaming new airport in this booming regional capital is to glimpse what the United States hoped a decade ago that all of Iraq might become. Cranes swivel across a skyline whose glittering high-rises and five-star hotels ...
Exodus From North Signals Iraqi Christians' Slow Decline
Supporting Democracy In Iraq
Voice of America
03-10-2012 Supporting Democracy In Iraq USAID has been partnering with Iraqi civilians through its multi-faceted Democracy and Governance Program. Since the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq in December, civilians are continuing their efforts to help ...
'Rex is my partner, I love him': Injured Marine's battle to be reunited with ...
By Laura Pullman A woman who served in Iraq for more than three years is now fighting to adopt the German Shepherd who she survived a roadside bomb with. As a dog handler for the military, Megan Leavey, 28, completed over 100 missions during two ...
Injured Marine seeks to adopt dog from Afghanistan before put to sleep
Marine Fights To Adopt Canine Partner She Served With In Iraq
Marine and dog bonded by war, divided by red tape
US archaeologists unearth Iraq's ruins
By Dan Vergano, USA TODAY Vanished cities abound in Iraq —Babylon, Nineveh and Ur just for starters — so much that archaeologists joked that the only advice needed to uncover history is "just dig." By Dan Vergano A cuneiform inscription on a ...
Thousands rally in Iraq over Bahrain crackdown
The protests, organised by Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, took place in a half-dozen cities in south Iraq with attendance ranging from dozens to several thousand, AFP reporters said. "The Bahraini king is a king only to himself, not for the oppressed ...
Thousands of Iraqis march to support Bahrain revolution
Bahrain protesters boost pressure with huge rally
Iraqi Shiite protesters demand Bahrain's Sunni king be banned from upcoming ...
Iraq rises as Opec's balance of power shifts
Sanctions against Tehran are shifting the balance of power between two long-time Opec rivals - Iraq and Iran. The two nations have clashed over their output quotas at Opec meetings since the 1980s, while on the battlefield they fought a ruinous ...
A better understanding of Iran might save us from catastrophe
By and large, the report believes, that activity ceased in 2003, coincident with the US-led invasion of Iraq. We know, too, because it has been even more visible, that Iran has come close to mastering the nuclear fuel cycle as well, ...
Lessons From Another War
Iran's UN fact sheet: Weapons track not confirmed
Letters: Talk against Iran echoes buildup to Iraq War
Iraq starts oil exports from new floating facility
(Corrects loading rate in paragraph 3 to 22000 barrels per hour from 3500) By Aref Mohammed BASRA, Iraq, March 8 (Reuters) - Iraq began loading oil from a long-awaited new floating Single Point Mooring (SPM) platform in the Gulf on Thursday, ...
Iraq starts oil exports from new floating terminal
Iraq starts loading crude oil from new export terminal in Persian Gulf
Iraq boosts oil export capacity in Persian Gulf
US troops gone, al Qaeda makes Iraq peace elusive
Nor are al Qaeda fighters threatening to again impose their rule over whole swathes of Iraq as they did in the early years after the US invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein. But unlike Shi'ite militia groups - which have largely declared they are ready ...