Iraq Replaces Iran as India's Second-Largest Crude Oil Supplier
Wall Street Journal
By RAKESH SHARMA And SANTANU CHOUDHURY NEW DELHI – Iraq replaced Iran as India's second-largest crude oil supplier in the recently ended financial year, preliminary government data showed Wednesday, as New Delhi cut shipments from Tehran ahead of ...
Iraq Replaces Iran As India's Second-Largest Crude-Oil Supplier -Preliminary Data
Iran, Iraq to develop joint oil fields
Iraq veteran uses rap to treat his PTSD
Dunson is trying to turn his PTSD from serving in Iraq into a rap career. The Las Vegas college student has self-published several albums with songs like “If I Don't Make it Home” and “My 1st Kill.” (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson) On one of the many days Leo ...
Iraq war veteran uses rap to treat his PTSD
Iraq War veteran uses rap to treat post-traumatic stress
Veteran With PTSD Uses Rap To Heal (Video)
Wall Street Journal
Iraq and Afghanistan veterans to return their medals to protest war on terror ...
By Cory Doctorow at 12:38 pm Wednesday, May 16 Iraq Veterans Against the War is bringing veterans to the NATO summit in Chicago on May 20 to ceremonially return the medals they were awarded for serving in Afghanistan and Iraq.
vets to hand back medals at NATO summit
US veterans to return war medals in protest
"What Have We Been Doing?": Decorated Veteran Aaron Hughes to Return War ...
Iraq still operating secret torture site, rights group says
Los Angeles Times
A clandestine jail and alleged torture site under the control of Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Maliki continues to operate more than a year after the government ordered it shut down, Human Rights Watch claims in a report being released Tuesday.
Iraq: Mass Arrests, Incommunicado Detentions
HRW Alleges Mass Arrests, Incommunicado Detentions In Iraq's Camp Honor Prison
"Closed" Iraq torture jail still open - rights group
Veterans exposed to explosions may be at risk for dementia
By Gregg Zoroya, USA TODAY A generation of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans exposed to explosions may be at risk for early-onset dementia, according to a new study that looked at the autopsied brains of four former combat servicemembers and four athletes.
Brain Ailments in Veterans Likened to Those in Athletes
FOB Gulf Grain-Wheat premiums hold as Iraq buys, soy firm
May 16 (Reuters) - Wheat export premiums held steady at the US Gulf Coast on Wednesday even as futures jumped 5 percent, with a large purchase of US wheat by Iraq helping to keep on a lid on any losses in the basis, traders said.
Terror Trial of Iraq VP Starts in Baghdad
By AP/ SINAN SALAHEDDIN Tuesday, May 15, 2012 (BAGHDAD) — The terror trial of Iraq's fugitive vice president accused of running death squads started Tuesday in Baghdad with witnesses testifying how their relatives were killed in attacks that the ...
Terror trial of fugitive Iraq VP starts in Baghdad
Tariq Al Hashemi Trial: Iraq Vice President Trial Starts In Baghdad
South Korea's Hanwah Engineering to Sign $7 Billion Iraq Project
Iraq will soon sign a $7 billion agreement with South Korea's Hanwah Engineering & Construction Corp. to build 100000 housing units in the country, the chairman of Iraq's National Investment Commission said. “The signing will be final and the work will ...
New York Times
Iraq: Guards Say Vice President Ordered Them to Kill Officials
New York Times
Former bodyguards for Iraq's fugitive vice president testified Tuesday that they were ordered to kill security officials and plant roadside bombs, as a politically charged trial against the vice president began. Vice President Tariq al-Hashimi, ...
Hashimi terrorism trial begins in Baghdad
Iraq Oil Output Beating Iran Ends Saddam Legacy: Energy Markets
Iraq, seeking to more than double oil output by 2015, is poised to overtake Iran as OPEC's second- largest producer by the end of the year as sanctions hobble crude production in its Persian Gulf neighbor. Iraq is pumping at the highest rate since ...
Iraq Oil Output Beating Iran Ends Saddam Legacy
IEA laying groundwork for Iraq study