Christian Science Monitor
MILITARY: Obama salutes Iraq war veterans at White House dinner
The president who opposed the Iraq war from its outset thanked those who fought its battles by sitting down to a candlelit meal with a small cross section of the million-plus who served there over the past nine years. Looking out over a sea of dress ...
Troops from Iraq, Afghanistan to be honored in DC
Update on Iraq: Not quite freedom on the march
After Iraq: Should the US hold war parades?
WORLD: American teacher killed in north Iraq
AP SULAIMANIYAH, Iraq – The quarrel at a Christian school was at first easily ignored by other students: a disagreement between a classmate and a teacher that could barely be heard. But it quickly escalated into gunfire Thursday in a murder-suicide ...
Family, students mourns man's death in Iraq school
Student kills teacher at Christian school in northern Iraq
Iranian opposition group tells US it will relocate its Iraqi camp to Jordan
PARIS — An exiled Iranian opposition group being forced to relocate from its paramilitary base in eastern Iraq proposed on Saturday to temporarily move to the Jordanian border instead of Camp Liberty near Baghdad. Last month, the Obama administration ...
Obama visits wounded troops from Iraq, Afghan wars
AP BETHESDA, Md. -- President Barack Obama has paid his first visit of the year to wounded troops from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Obama flew by helicopter to the hospital outside Washington and ...
Iraq seeks to rebuild country through education
By Michael Kryzanek Now that American troops have left Iraq, the long road of national rebuilding has begun in earnest. Bringing back and improving upon all that was lost from the 1980s war with Iran, the cruel dictatorship of Saddam Hussein, ...
Move over, Egypt, Iraq and Syria: You're not in charge anymore
By Aaron David Miller For the better part of the last century, three Arab states — Egypt, Iraq and Syria — dominated Middle East politics in matters of war and peacemaking and shaped the region's relations with the great powers.
Before attacking Iran, Israel should learn from its 1981 strike on Iraq
On June 7, 1981, eight Israeli F-16 fighter jets, protected by six F-15 escorts, dropped 16 2000-pound bombs on the nearly completed Osirak nuclear reactor at the Tuwaitha complex in Iraq. Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin and Defense Minister ...
Obama issues attack warning to Iraq, Israel: 'I don't bluff'
Pounding the drums of war, this time with Iran
Iraq to tighten Syria border security
Iraq's Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki speaks during an interview with Reuters in Baghdad, August 6, 2010. (Photo: Reuters) Iraq will take further measures to secure its border with Syria in an effort to prevent weapons smuggling and trafficking, ...
Qaeda moving from Iraq to Syria: PM
Iraq Tightens Border Control to Prevent Terrorists Infiltration to Syria
Middle East Online
Saudi Arabia pushes Iraq ties to counter Iran, Syria
Middle East Online
Iraq is caught between calls from Arab states for Syria's Assad to quit, Iran's staunch support of Damascus regime. By Prashant Rao – BAGHDAD Saudi Arabia's push to improve ties with Iraq is part of a drive to convince it to abandon the Syrian ...