Court papers shed new light on Iraqi beating death
The Seattle Times
The family of a slain Iraqi-American woman flew to Iraq with her body just days after police sought a court order to search their house, cars and electronic devices for clues in the case that generated international outrage amid speculation that her ...
Exxon Plays Balancing Act As Kurd-Iraq Rift Widens
Differences between the Kurdish Regional Government and the central government of Iraq over the vast oil wealth in the northern regions of the country continue to widen despite growing interest from oil majors to begin operations in the area.
Iraq Risks Return to Dictatorship, Kurdish Leader Says
Exxon Mobil dispute deepens Arab-Kurd split in Iraq
Analysis: In Iraq, oil majors play north versus south
Blind Iraq War Vet Throws Out First Pitch
Iraq War veteran, and Wounded Warrior, Jeremy Feldbusch, threw out the ceremonial first pitch on opening day for the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Fox Nation is for those opposed to intolerance, excessive government control of our lives, and attempts to ...
Veteran Blinded In Iraq Throws Out First Pitch [VIDEO]
Blind Iraq War Veteran Throws Perfect First Pitch And What Are We Doing With ...
Iraq unstable, sectarian, with signs of authoritarian rule
They tout a decline in terrorist attacks, vibrant entrepreneurship and, above all, the recent Arab summit, which was billed as Shiite-led Iraq's return to the region's mostly Sunni Arab fold. However, 10 days in Baghdad, after an absence of more than a ...
Iraq's relations with Arab world deteriorating days after Baghdad summit
Iran eyes spiritual leadership of Iraq's Shiites
AP BAGHDAD (AP) - Iran is promoting a conservative cleric close to its supreme leader as a possible successor for the aging spiritual leader of Iraq's Shiites, a move that would give Tehran a powerful platform to influence its neighbor, according to ...
Iraq Combat Veteran Delivers Pizza During Two-Year Job Search (Fort Mitchell, Ky.)
Army Pvt. Brandon Click was driving a 68-ton Abrams tank in Iraq on March 25, 2008, when a roadside bomb melted his eyelashes and peppered the left side of his body with shrapnel. Now back home in the Cincinnati suburbs, the 26-year-old Army veteran ...
Iraq Combat Veteran Delivers Pizza During Two-Year Job Search
Iraq Veteran Delivers Pizza During Two-Year Job Search
Iraq Veteran Delivers Pizza in 2-Year Job Search
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Marginalizing of Sunnis in Iraq
By Hamza Hendawi Associated Press BAGHDAD - Now that US forces are gone, Iraq's ruling Shiites are moving quickly to keep the country's two Muslim sects separate - and unequal. Sunnis are locked out of key jobs at universities and in government, ...
Iraq's fugitive vice president arrives in Saudi Arabia after vowing he will ...
Iraq's fugitive vice president in Saudi Arabia
Iraq's reconciliation conference postponed
Soldier injured in Iraq in 2007 dies in Kalispell
Great Falls Tribune
KALISPELL (AP) — An injured soldier who struggled daily to overcome the physical challenges left by an explosion in Iraq died early Sunday morning in his sleep, just two weeks before a home being built for him and his family was due to be finished.
Camp Ashraf massacre: 'Hypocrisy runs deep'
The story drew little coverage but serves as a symbol of countless mistakes from both the Bush and Obama administrations in Iraq. That's the opinion of retired US Army Col. Wesley Martin, who was commander of Camp Ashraf at the time of the massacre.
On the Anniversary of April 8 Camp Ashraf Massacre, ISDCI Calls on the ...
A year after the massacre in Camp Ashraf, UN has to carry out its commitment ...
Alaa Ali case questions whether civilians should be court-martialed
Whatever happens next will affect myriad US contractors still working in Iraq and Afghanistan. "It's a significant case, in that it's the first time a civilian has been tried in a regular court-martial since the Vietnam War," lawyer Michael J. Navarre ...