Sydney Morning Herald
Iraq president: Prime minister's critics didn't get majority
Salt Lake Tribune
By QASSIM ABDUL-ZAHRA | The Associated Press 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.
Iraq's embattled PM retains power for now thanks to divisions among opponents ...
Iraq President: PM's Critics Didn't Get Majority
Iraq pilgrimage security tight after mortar attack
The Seattle Times
The attack came during a sectarian-fueled deadlock in Iraq's Shiite-led coalition government and may further inflame tensions. Security forces have been put on high alert and new measures have been taken to prevent attacks on the tens of thousands of ...
Iraq Says Oil Price Decline Is Severe; Surplus 'Tremendous'
There will be no discussion this week of individual quotas for member nations and it will be “many years” before OPEC talks about a specific allocation for Iraq's own production level, al-Luaibi said. Oil prices have plunged as Europe's debt woes ...
Saudi says OPEC may need higher output target
OPEC president denies Iraq overproducing to make up for Iran oil
Iraq rise will upset OPEC power balance
Defense pushes lack of evidence in Iraq slayings
San Jose Mercury News
The only surviving witness said he can't recall being shot and two military forensic experts testified they found little physical evidence to link a US soldier to the slayings of his two Army roommates in Iraq—a crime for which the suspect could be ...
Testimony continues in Iraq shooting case
Iraq, India's Jindal sign pipeline factory deal
BASRA, Iraq (Reuters) - Iraq has awarded Indian steel production firm Jindal SAW Ltd. (JIND.NS) a $198 million contract to build and operate a factory for manufacturing oil and gas pipelines in the south, a senior investment official said on Monday.
Iraq awards contracts for 2 oil pipeline factories
US Military Admits Major Mistakes in Iraq and Afghanistan
(Reuters) When President Obama announced in August 2010 the end of US combat operations in Iraq, he complimented the soldiers who had served there for completing "every mission they were given." But some of military's most senior officers, ...
War Study: Troops Had Bad Intel, Worse Spin
US military admits major war mistakes
DNO in Iraq oil discovery, hopes for 2013 production
... June 11 (Reuters) - DNO International has found oil in a drilling operation at its Peshkabir field in northern Iraq, which should lift expectations for future exploration on the Norwegian group's giant Tawke field in the same area.
DNO makes Iraq oil discovery, will test further
Norway's DNO makes oil find in Iraq
Med crude-Urals falls further, Iraq raises OSP
Traders said a rise in crude oil prices from Iraq's main Basra terminal in July to all buyers did not reflect sentiment in the market. Iraq's State Oil Marketing Organisation (SOMO) raised Basra Light crude for European customers to dated Brent minus ...
Iraq War veterans brewing controversy after naming bar 'Bastards' in honor of ...
I served my country, and I'm here to serve my community,' said Velez, a rifleman who deployed to Iraq with the legendary battalion and served four years before his discharge in 2009. The eatery, located at 2nd Street and Downey Avenue, ...