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 loading crude oil from new export terminal in Persian Gulf
Iraq set to take its place on the world stage
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Army suicides up 80 per cent since the start of the Iraq War
By Daily Mail Reporter The number of suicides among US Army soldiers has soared by a staggering 80 per cent since the start of the Iraq War, a study has found. The number is 'unprecedented in over 30 years of US Army records', according to the study's ...
Suicides, Mental Health Woes Soar Since Start of Iraq War, Study Finds
Army suicides have risen dramatically since Iraq invasion, study shows4:47 PM ET
US Army suicides up 80% since start of Iraq War
The National Interest Online
Iraq moves second group of Iranian dissidents from camp
By REUTERS BAQUBA, Iraq - Iraq moved a second group of nearly 400 Iranian dissidents on Thursday from a base founded under Saddam Hussein, part of its efforts to expel them and resolve one of the last diplomatic issues following the withdrawal of US ...
Iranian Dissidents Languish in Iraq
400 MKO terrorists relocated to former US base in Iraq
Mainichi Daily News
Iraq OKs Statoil sale of oilfield stake -sources
Statoil sells its stake in W.Qurna to Lukoil * Iraq's Oil Ministry approves the deal (Adds Statoil confirmation) BAGHDAD, March 7 (Reuters) - Iraq has approved the sale by Norway's Statoil ASA of its minority stake in a giant oil field to Lukoil OAO, ...
Statoil in talks to sell share in Iraq oil field
Norway's Statoil in talks to sell stake in Iraq oil field West Qurna 2 to Lukoil
Iraq approves Statoil sale of oilfield stake: sources
Iraq: Oil And The Politics
By some estimates, Iraq could hold some of the largest oil reserves in the world and an international auction for oil and natural gas blocks is planned for May. Without a hydrocarbon law, and considering the fractured political system, the IEA's report ...
Middle East Online
15 die in Iraq bombings as nation prepares for Arab League summit
By SAHAR ISSA - McClatchy Newspapers BAGHDAD -- Attacks in Iraq killed 15 people on Wednesday, including 12 who died in a double bombing in Tal Afar in Nineveh province, a city that American officials once touted as an exemplar of counterinsurgency ...
Double Bombing Kills 14 in Northern Iraq
Violence jolts Iraq weeks ahead of Arab League summit in Baghdad
Double bombing kills 12 in northern Iraq
Iraq no longer a safe haven for terrorists
By Mayada Al Askari, Staff Writer Dubai Terrorism operations in Iraq have dropped since the onset of the 'Arab Spring' according to the special adviser to the country's Prime Minister Nouri Al Maliki. In an interview with Gulf News Sami Al Askari ...
Iraq boosts oil export capacity in Persian Gulf
NABEEL AL-JURANI AP CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) -- A prison director says inmates at a western Venezuelan lockup have released about 1200 prisoner relatives they'd been holding since Sunday. Prison director Nelson Bracca says the inmates in the city of ...
Wall Street Journal
A Soldier's Iraq Trek, From Bullets to Ballet
Wall Street Journal
Now, the Queens resident is headed back to Iraq—but this time it is for a cultural effort connected to his work before and after his military service: dance. Roman Baca served eight months in Iraq as a Marine. With sponsorship by the Mission ...
Saudi Arabia Plays Catch-Up in Iraq
World Politics Review
By Catherine Cheney | 07 Mar 2012 Last month, Saudi Arabia made a move to normalize one of the Middle East's key diplomatic relationships when it announced that the Saudi ambassador to Jordan would also serve as ambassador to Iraq.
Analysts expect upcoming Arab Summit in Baghdad to be 'unsuccessful'
Iraq: UN chief to attend Arab summit in Baghdad
Iraq Cabinet Minister Escapes Unharmed From Baghdad Car Bombing