US asks Iraq to extradite Hezbollah suspect
By Phil Stewart | WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States has formally asked Iraq to extradite a suspected Hezbollah operative accused of killing American troops, a US official told Reuters, amid heightened concerns in Washington that he may go free.
US Navy establishes Coastal Riverine Force command
The Navy set up a new command on Friday for patrolling inland waterways at home and abroad, recreating a Vietnam-era force that had to be resurrected for the war in Iraq. The new Coastal Riverine Force is the result of a merger between Riverine Group 1 ...
Oman Daily Observer
Iraq energy auction fails to evoke strong response on tough contract terms
Oman Daily Observer
Iraq's oil ministry painted the bid round as a success, with one official arguing that a success rate of 25 per cent was a "good result." Analysts, however, disagreed. "It was not a success," said Ruba Husari, editor of www.iraqoilforum.com.
Iraq Starts First Auction of Oil, Gas Exploration Rights
Lukoil-led group wins Iraq oil block bid
Iraq's 4th energy auction gets muted interest
Iraq attacks kill four: officials
BAGHDAD — Bomb attacks and shootings in central Iraq on Friday killed four people, including a police colonel and an army officer, security and medical officials said. In Baghdad, a roadside bomb at the Rashid vegetable market on the capital's ...
Iraq: Bombs Kill at Least 17 in Baghdad
Officials: Shooting, bomb attack kill 2 in Iraq
Iraq Bomb Attacks Hit Crowded Restaurant, Police Patrol
Ignoring Critics, Iraq's Leader Consolidates Power
by Peter Kenyon Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki (center) arrives on May 8 at Kirkuk airport in northern Iraq, on his first visit to the multi-ethnic city since taking office. Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki (center) arrives on May 8 at Kirkuk ...
Maliki calls for strategy to tackle water shortage
Iraq president rebuffs move to unseat premier
By AP BAGHDAD — Lawmakers say a broad alliance of political opponents of the Iraqi prime minister has failed to persuade the country's president to take a first step toward unseating the premier. Nouri al-Maliki's Shiite-dominated ruling coalition is ...
Iraqi president rebuffs move to unseat premier
Al Maliki holding Iraq to ransom
No-Confidence Vote Getting Likely for Iraqi PM al-Maliki
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ACOEM Journal Focuses on Health Hazards in Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans
Newswise (press release)
The special issue features 16 articles focusing on a wide range of hazards and concerns of veterans returning from Afghanistan and Iraq. The health implications are enormous, as an estimated 1.4 million veterans have already returned from deployment, ...
Editor column: Website covers the story of vets returning from war
House takes up veterans funding bill
Veteran Disability Claims Rising
MU to Help Rebuild Engineering Education in Iraq
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By University of Missouri For thousands of years, the area that is now Iraq has been a center of learning, but after decades of tyranny and war, Iraqi educational institutions face the challenge of rebuilding their programs and reentering the global ...
Missouri engineering professors to work in Iraq
Focused on engineering education, MU researchers headed to Iraq
Is Syria becoming the new Iraq?
(CNN) -- For four decades, consecutive generations of the Assad family -- Bashar al-Assad succeeded his father as Syrian president in 2000 -- have interfered in Lebanon to the west, and Iraq to the east. Syrian agents assassinated rivals and pumped in ...
US pushes Russia for movement on Syria - Air Force News | News from ...
Meeting Iraq's Electricity Needs: Baghdad's Newest Power Plant Enters Service ...
MarketWatch (press release)
Featuring GE (NYSE:GE) technology, the Taji Power Plant has become the newest power project in the greater Baghdad area to begin producing electricity to help Iraq's Ministry of Electricity (MOE) meet the country's urgent energy needs.
Iraq commissions new power plant with GE Technology