New York Times
Lessons of Iraq Help US Fight a Drug War in Honduras
New York Times
This new offensive, emerging just as the United States military winds down its conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan and is moving to confront emerging threats, also showcases the nation's new way of war: small-footprint missions with limited numbers of ...
U.S. military turns its focus on drug smuggling in Honduras
Iraq, Kuwait try to mend fences – Kuwait media delegation tours Iraq
KUWAIT: Kuwait Journalists' visit to Iraq signaled a new step in improving relations between the two brotherly nations. The Journalists' visit represented a qualitative move towards strengthening media relations. The visit received unlimited support ...
Iraq, Kuwait ask UN to repair border markers
US Hikers Imprisoned in Iran Wed
ABC News (blog)
Sarah Shourd and Shane Bauer, two Americans arrested and imprisoned in 2009 for hiking near the Iraq-Iran border, got married today in an undisclosed location in California. Bauer proposed to Shourd while they were imprisoned in Iran's notorious Evin ...
2 hikers held in Iran to marry in SF Bay area
Cal grads formerly held in Iranian prison to marry Saturday
Iraq's VP, facing terror trial in Baghdad, says he is target of campaign to ...
ISTANBUL — Iraq's vice president on Friday described a terror trial pending against him in Baghdad as part of a political vendetta that has wider repercussions for Iraqi unity and sectarian tensions across the Middle East.
Iraq vice-president's death squad trial postponed
Iraq's fugitive VP Hashemi 'fears for his life'
Can-do Najaf offers hope for Iraq investment boom
NAJAF, Iraq (Reuters) - With its sweeping highway, solar-powered street lights and plethora of hotels, the Shi'ite holy city of Najaf is a beacon for investment in Iraq, outshining other areas where projects have been slow to take off.
Christian Science Monitor
Iraq's unity tested by rising tensions over oil-rich Kurdish region
Christian Science Monitor
By Jane Arraf, Staff writer / May 4, 2012 Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, center left, shakes hands with Kurdish president Massoud Barzani, center right, upon his arrival in Erbil, north of Baghdad, Iraq, April 26. Sadr visited Erbil for the first time ...
Iraq Kurd leader fears return to culture of violence
Oil-rich Kurdish region sparks rising tension over Iraq unity
PM adviser sees Iraq's row with Kurds resolved by year-end
Iraq to double power supply
Gulf Daily News
BAGHDAD: Iraq plans to double its electricity supply to 12330 megawatts (MW) by 2013 as it brings new sources of power online, the electricity ministry said yesterday, but is still seen falling short of demand. Iraq needs investment in most of its ...
Iraq aims to double power provision in a year
Ahlul Bayt News Agency - abna.ir
Fifth group of MKO members are relocated inside Iraq
TEHRAN – The Iraqi government evacuated the fifth batch of 416 members of the Mojahedin Khalq Organization (MKO) from Camp New Iraq, said the governor of Khales, a city in northeast of Baghdad. The MKO members, of which 350 were women, have been moved ...
British MPs Strongly Condemn the Conduct of Iraqi Government During Transfer ...
Hundreds of MKO Members Seeking to Return to Iran
Why should we care about fate of Iranian dissidents in Iraq?
Wartime stress as a defense for murder
The gunman, Nicholas Horner, was a husband, a father, and a veteran soldier who had been awarded multiple medals for his service in Iraq, including a combat action badge. Less than a year after returning from combat, Horner faced two first degree ...
Attorney asks for new trial in W. Pa. murder case involving Iraq veteran | The ...
Attorney seeks retrial for Horner
The Daily Star
Top Iraqi politician alleges political vendetta
By CHRISTOPHER TORCHIA AP ISTANBUL -- Iraq's vice president on Friday described a terror trial pending against him in Baghdad as part of a political vendetta that has wider repercussions for Iraqi unity and sectarian tensions across the Middle East.
Trial for Iraq's fugitive Sunni VP on terrorism charges postponed in Baghdad
Venue appeal delays Iraq VP death squad case
Top Iraqi politican alleges political vendetta