The Associated Press
Iraq's Kurdistan Region Halts Oil Exports to Baghdad
Voice of America
April 02, 2012 Iraq's Kurdistan Region Halts Oil Exports to Baghdad Edward Yeranian | Cairo A dispute between the Iraqi central government and the Kurdish autonomous region is gaining momentum after Kurdistan halted oil exports to Baghdad.
Iraq Lashes Out at Kurds for Halting Oil Exports
Iraq's Kurds halt oil exports over payment row
Iraq wants Qatar to hand over fugitive VP
'Shakespeare Iraq' exceeds $30000 fundraising target, will perform at Oregon ...
San Jose Mercury News
By Karl Kahler Members of a troupe of Shakespearean actors in Sulaimaniyah, Iraq, jump into the air Sunday to celebrate their success at raising $30000 in donations, enabling them to accept an invitation to perform at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in ...
Iraq to ask FIFA to lift ban on home matches
The Seattle Times
Massoud said they will present FIFA with evidence that Iraq is safe and capable of hosting international matches. Massoud cited "Iraq's success in holding the Arab summit on security and logistics levels, plus the trouble-free matches in the Iraqi ...
Iraq bank moves to allay laundering fears
By Michael Peel in Baghdad Iraq's central bank has tightened its clampdown on its sales of dollars amid fears that buyers are using them to launder money and skirt international sanctions on neighbouring Iran and Syria. Spooked by surges in demand for ...
Iraq's Central Bank tightens restrictions over corruption concerns
Central Bank of Iraq tightens rules on buying US dollars
Foreign Policy (blog)
Iraq Opposed To Arming Syrian Opposition
(RTTNews) - The Shia-led government in Iraq has warned Sunni rulers of the neighboring countries against arming the Syrian Opposition and funding them to topple President Bashar al-Assad as it feared such moves would only help escalate the year-old ...
The irrelevance of America's withdrawal from Iraq
Iraq warns against arming Syrian rebels
Iraq death toll at record low
Syrian military kills civilians in reprisals, 'executes own troops,' defectors say
Kansas City Star
By ROY GUTMAN DOMZIN, Iraq -- Former Syrian soldiers who have escaped to northern Iraq are telling grisly stories of how their units executed unarmed civilians for demonstrating against the Assad regime and staged mass reprisals when residents shot ...
Torture of children, rape by Syrian army 'routine,' ex-soldiers say
Defectors: Torture of children, rape by Syrian army 'routine'
New Yorker (blog)
Generation Iraq: The Journalists Who Covered America's War
New Yorker (blog)
Iraq, 2010. Living quarters at Camp Liberty, a massive American base in west Baghdad. Peter van Agtmael/Magnum. Afghanistan, August 16, 2009. An IED detonates on a Marine patrol. Peter van Agtmael/Magnum Mosul, Iraq, 2006. Iraqi soldiers walk past a ...
The American (blog)
Intelligence, Iraq, and Iran: The view from the New York Times
The American (blog)
By Danielle Pletka Saturday's NYT had a piece bylined by James Risen about the Ghosts of Iraq Haunting CIA in Tackling Iran. It's a Captain Obvious story in conception: anyone who pays attention knows that the CIA that saw no weapons in Iraq (wrong, ...
Ghosts of Iraq Haunting CIA in Tackling Iran
Iraq hangs over CIA as it works to assess Iran
US Intel Undermined by Iraq, Obama
Iraq March Crude Exports Rise to Highest Since 1980
By Kadhim Ajrash and Nayla Razzouk on April 01, 2012 Iraq's crude oil exports in March rose to the highest level since 1980, a year after former President Saddam Hussein came to power, an Oil Ministry spokesman said. The Middle East country exported ...
Iraq's March oil exports highest since 2003 war
Iraq March oil exports highest since 1989
Iraq crude exports surge
March deaths Iraq's lowest since 2003
BAGHDAD (AP) -- Official figures showed that March saw the lowest monthly death toll in Iraq since the US-led invasion in 2003. The figures compiled by the defense, interior and health ministries were released late Sunday, showing 112 dead and 357 ...