Iraq's prime minister travels to Iran for talks
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) – Iraq's prime minister traveled to Tehran Sunday for top level talks, underlining the close ties between governments of the two countries. By Vahid Salemi, AP Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, left, and Iranian Vice-President ...
Iraq's Shiite prime minister in Iran for talks, underlining close ties
Powerful Iran, Iraq will leave no place for enemies: Ahmadinejad
Iraq does not need US anymore, Ahmadinejad tells al-Maliki
Iraq Says Crude Exports Through Turkey Halted on Technical Fault
Iraq halted crude exports from northern oil fields because of a technical fault at a pipeline network in neighboring Turkey, the Oil Ministry said. The crude oil exports stopped at 7:45 pm yesterday, the ministry said in a statement on the website of ...
Iraq oil exports jump nearly 15 percent in March
Iraq Says Crude Exports Via Turkey Are Halted by Fault
Iraq's oil exports jump by nearly 15 percent in March, reaching highest levels ...
In Uprooting of Kurds, Iraq Tests a Fragile National Unity
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
By TIM ARANGO / The New York Times KHANAQIN, Iraq -- In January, the dismembered body of Wisam Jumai, a Kurdish intelligence officer, was discovered in a field in Sadiyah, a small town in northeastern Iraq. Soon his family and friends, ...
New York Times
Iraq officials: Baghdad bomb blasts kill 4
BAGHDAD – Iraqi officials say two blasts have killed four people in northwestern Baghdad, two days after a series of attacks claimed the lives of 30 in the capital and across the country. Police officials said Saturday that the first bomb exploded ...
Iraq and the Kurds: The High-Stakes Hydrocarbons Gambit
Iraq excludes Exxon from May energy auction
Iraq Insurgency Asserts Presence With Wave of Attacks
Iraq unveils oil, gas exploration auction details
After targeting production capacity in three post-war licensing rounds, Baghdad is now focusing a fourth tender mostly on finding gas in remote parts of western and central Iraq. The country is potentially one of the world's last great unexplored ...
Iraq boosts oil export capacity in Gulf
Iraq Plans to Start Second Offshore Crude Export Facility Today
Al-Qaida Claims Iraq's Worst Violence in a Month
The statement was signed by the Islamic State of Iraq, a Sunni militant group linked to al-Qaida. The attacks targeted "government's security, military and administrational centers and leaders, and its followers of traitors who supported it in Baghdad ...
Iraq rocked by more than a dozen explosions; at least 30 dead
Bombs kill 30 in Iraq's worst violence in a month
Dozens killed in Iraq bomb blasts Thursday
Iraq War veterans honored in Buffalo
BUFFALO, NY (WIVB) - More than 100 Iraq War veterans were honored in a ceremony Sunday in Buffalo. Members of the 105th Military Police Company and their families were recognized in a freedom salute at the Connecticut Street Armory.
Soldiers Honored for Time Served in Iraq
New York National Guard Military police soldiers recognized for service in Iraq
New York National Guard Soldiers Honored for their Service in Iraq
Al-Qaeda claims Iraq's worst violence in month
BAGHDAD (AP) – Iraq's al-Qaeda branch claimed responsibility Friday for attacks that killed dozens in the capital and across the country the day before, the worst wave of violence in weeks. The sudden spike dashed hopes that Iraq was calming and raised ...
Iraq official survives bomb attack
Blasts kill 30 in Iraq's worst attack in weeks
Al-Qaida claims Iraq's worst violence in a month
Fears of extremism taking hold in Syria as violence continues
Western diplomats say they have tracked a steady trickle of jihadists flowing into Syria from Iraq, and Jordan's government last week detained at least four alleged Jordanian militants accused of trying to sneak into Syria to join the revolutionaries.
Mordechai Kedar: Syria, Iraq, the Gulf, and the Iranian Octopus
Iraq to renew Mecca agreement to close sectarian rift, OIC head says
The head of the world's largest intergovernmental body after the UN, the 57-member Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), has said it will weigh in on Iraq in order to diffuse the governance crisis there that has escalated along sectarian lines.