Atlanta Journal Constitution
Iraq president: PM's critics didn't get majority
Atlanta Journal Constitution
By QASSIM ABDUL-ZAHRA AP BAGHDAD — Opponents of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki have failed to muster enough support to bring him down in a vote of no confidence, Iraq's president said in a statement posted on his website Sunday.
Six killed, 38 wounded in Iraq mortar attack
By Kareem Raheem | BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Two mortar bombs struck a square filled with Shi'ite Muslim pilgrims in Iraq's capital Baghdad on Sunday, killing at least six people and wounding 38, police and hospital sources said. Although overall violence in ...
Qaeda claims Iraq anti-Shiite attack that killed 25
7 killed, 20 wounded in Iraq
Iraq mortar attack kills at least two people
Fishy salon is sign of Iraq's progress
Daily Mail - Charleston
by AP AP AP An Iraqi man immerses his feet in a fish tank with garra rufa, also known as doctor fish, at Baghdad's first fish pedicure salon in Iraq on Sunday. BAGHDAD - The latest luxury spa in Iraq's capital offers another small sign of life creeping ...
Fish pedicures: Baghdad's newest sign of progress?
In Iraq, changing tastes in food
Saysaban still serves the kebabs of ground lamb that Iraq is known for, but the restaurant has expanded its menu to include “San Francisco steak” and ginger chicken. Several years ago, it stopped making masgouf, a large river fish that is split open ...
Nominee for Iraq envoy runs into opposition over racy emails
Washington (CNN) -- The Obama administration's nominee for the next US ambassador to Iraq has run into new opposition thanks to the publication of some racy e-mails suggesting an affair with a Wall Street Journal reporter while both worked in Baghdad.
Iraq ambassador nominee hits Senate opposition over racy e-mails
Iraq Ambassador Nominee's Ties to Reporter Questioned
Obama's Iraq ambassador nominee lands in hot water over racy emails with Wall ...
Bombs target Iraq oil pipelines, exports not hit
KIRKUK, Iraq, June 9 (Reuters) - Two bombs exploded on Saturday close to minor oil pipelines carrying crude from a major oilfield near Iraq's northern city of Kirkuk, according to security and oil sources who said exports to the Ceyhan port in Turkey ...
Bombs hit Iraq pipelines, exports unhurt
Two bomb attacks hit Iraq oil pipelines, exports unharmed
From Iraq to Switzerland: Baltimore map depicts global comparisons for ...
By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun The average resident of Sandtown-Winchester can expect to live as long as a resident of Tajikistan, a former Soviet country still struggling to recover from a civil war. But in tony Homeland, residents on average ...
New York Magazine
Administration defends nominee for Iraq ambassador
The Seattle Times
The Obama administration is defending its nominee to be the next ambassador to Iraq amid allegations that he may have acted inappropriately while working at the US Embassy in Baghdad during President George W. Bush's second term.
Sexy E-mails With Wall Street Journal Reporter Threaten Iraq Ambassador's ...
US state department stands by ambassador to Iraq despite email leak
Leaked racy emails cloud nomination for US Iraq envoy
Fars News Agency
Iran starts electricity exports to Iraq
Iraqi news agency Aswat al-Iraq has reported that a new Iranian electricity supply line has started operations, carrying 100 MW of imported electricity from Iran. The new line is aimed at meeting the 550 MW of power demanded by Wasit province, ...
Iran Ups Power Supply to Iraq via New Transfer Line
Iraqi official: Problems not to mar Iran-Iraq relations
4 killed in Iraq shootings, bombing
Violence has ebbed in Iraq, but insurgents carry out frequent attacks on security forces and officials in an attempt to undermine the Shiite-led government. Reader comments on Sacbee.com are the opinions of the writer, not The Sacramento Bee.
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