The Associated Press
Bombings Across Iraq Kill 30
Wall Street Journal
AP BAGHDAD—Bombings struck several areas in Baghdad and to the north Thursday, killing at least 30 people in the first major attacks in Iraq in nearly a month. The violence stoked fears that insurgents were trying to undermine confidence in the ...
Iraq rocked by more than a dozen explosions; at least 30 dead
Bombs kill 30 in Iraq's worst violence in a month
Iraq Insurgency Asserts Presence With Wave of Attacks
Iraq to export oil from second floating platform-sources
(Adds background) By Aref Mohammed BASRA, April 20 (Reuters) - War-battered Iraq will be ready to begin loading oil from a second new floating Single Point Mooring (SPM) platform on Friday in the latest move to boost exports, three sources at the ...
Iraq sets sights on No. 1 at OPEC
Iraq New Plateau Oil Production Plan Lower, Longer - Deputy PM
Iraq Confirms 4th Oil Bid Round For May; Exxon Excluded
Wall Street Journal
By Hassan Hafidh Iraq's Oil Ministry Thursday confirmed that the country's fourth energy licensing auction, which has been postponed several times, will still be held May 30-31 in Baghdad. The ministry's Petroleum Contracts and Licensing Directorate, ...
Iraq excludes Exxon from May energy auction
Erdogan warns Iraqi PM against stirring sectarian, ethnic tensions
VA responds to Iraq, Afghan vets by adding mental health workers
Minneapolis Star Tribune
The Department of Veterans Affairs on Thursday announced plans to increase mental health staffing by 1900 positions, responding to rising needs of returning Iraq and Afghanistan veterans and complaints of long waits and missed diagnoses.
VA to increase mental health staff by 1900
RPT-MIDEAST MONEY-Foreign investment in Iraq finally building momentum
"Having been in Iraq since 2009, we have seen the landscape change dramatically," said Munaf Ali, Range Hospitality's chief executive. The political outlook has become more stable, he said, while "security and infrastructure can be seen to improve on a ...
Iraq lawyer predicts Hezbollah prisoner to go free
BAGHDAD – A Hezbollah commander accused of targeting US soldiers in Iraq may be released from prison within weeks, his lawyer predicted Wednesday, claiming that flimsy American evidence has kept his client behind bars for nearly five years.
Iraq lawyer hopes Hezbollah prisoner to be freed
Navy moves to discharge two Marines after Haditha, Iraq case
U-T San Diego
Two Camp Pendleton Marines from a squad implicated in the killings of two dozen civilians in Haditha, Iraq in 2005 who were granted immunity from prosecution could be kicked out of the Corps now that the criminal case is concluded.
Author: How we can still hold Bush and Cheney accountable for Iraq War
to many historians, it is the bush-cheney regime, not the president as he recently asserted. having led this country into an unnecessary war in iraq , the outright torture of prisoners and the unprecedented wiretapping of millions of american citizens.
Iraq war vet wins Arizona Republican primary for Giffords' seat
By Brad Poole | TUCSON, Arizona (Reuters) - Iraq war veteran Jesse Kelly has won the Republican primary in Arizona to pick the party's candidate for the US House of Representatives seat of former congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, who was wounded in a ...
Iraq vet leads in Arizona GOP primary for Giffords seat
Iraq vet leads Arizona GOP primary for Giffords seat
The Daily Star
Zain Iraq cautious on 2012 listing
Zain Iraq and rivals Asiacell and Korek are required to list as part of their $1.25 billion operating licenses but all three missed the initial deadline for August 2011 and have said they are working toward flotation. “It's hard to say (if we will list ...
Zain Iraq eyes increased capex spend in 2012 and beyond