Iran Rallies To Salvage Iraq's Al Maliki Government
Shiite powerhouse Iran appears desperate to save the patchwork administration it helped create in late 2010 to pull Iraq out of its last major political crisis. Tehran is calling in favors among its allied factions in Iraq, and exerting its significant ...
CIA Prepares Iraq Pullback
Wall Street Journal
By SIOBHAN GORMAN And ADAM ENTOUS The Central Intelligence Agency is preparing to cut its presence in Iraq to less than half of wartime levels, according to US officials familiar with the planning, a move that is largely a result of challenges the CIA ...
Supreme Court rejects Blackwater Iraq shooting appeal
By James Vicini | WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Supreme Court on Monday rejected an appeal by four Blackwater Worldwide security guards who argued prosecutors made improper use of their statements to investigators in charging them with killing 14 Iraqi ...
Ex-Blackwater Guards Lose Bid to End Iraq Shooting Cases
Iraq shooting appeal rejected
RPT-UPDATE 2-Bad weather still slowing Iraq Basra oil exports-source
Bad weather still slowing Iraq's Basra exports * Loading operations resumed at a new floating terminal * Kuwait's exports resume as weather clears By Ahmed Rasheed BAGHDAD, June 4 (Reuters) - Oil exports from Iraq's southern Basra terminals were still ...
How Iraq's Power Struggles Impact All Mideast Oil
Dragon consortium wins Iraq oil fields bid
Iraq's well-timed oil boom: A concise guide
Car bomb kills 18 in Baghdad
BAGHDAD (AP) – A powerful car bomb tore the facade off of Iraq's main religious affairs office for Shiite Muslims on Monday, killing at least 18 people and wounding more than 50 in the deadliest single attack in the capital in three months, ...
Iraq leaders call for calm after bombing kills 25
20 killed, 125 wounded in Iraq car bombing
Bomb hits Shi'ite site in Baghdad, 26 killed
City owes $11 million for wrongful arrests in 2003 Iraq War protest
The difference: nearly $5 million in lawyers' fees, the result of litigating the case for nine years since the mass arrests at the end of a March 20, 2003, Iraq War protest march. Finance Committee members approved the payout, which includes $6.2 ...
Assessing advisory effort in Iraq
By Owen West When the United States invaded Iraq and toppled its government, it also made the tragic mistake of disbanding Iraq'sarmy. The Iraqi army was a corrupt and largely ineffective force, but an army nonetheless.
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Iran Backs Iraq's Thamir Ghadhban to Head OPEC, Shahristani Says
Iran backs the Iraqi government's candidate for the post of OPEC secretary-general, said Hussain al-Shahristani, Iraq's deputy prime minister for energy affairs. Iranian Oil Minister Rostam Qasemi expressed his country's support for former Iraqi Oil ...
Oil Output Soars as Iraq Retools
Iran, Iraq Boost Energy Cooperation
Iraq, Iran to coordinate oil stance at key Opec meeting
Iraq Signs Unit-Building Contract With Turkey's Bilal Insaat
Iraq signed a $55 million contract with Turkey's Bilal Insaat to build 1200 housing units in the northern province of Kirkuk, according to the Kirkuk investment commission. The residential compound, New Haweeja City, will be built within 30 months in ...
Iraq, Afghan vets file for disability at high rate
San Francisco Chronicle
A staggering 45 percent of the 1.6 million veterans from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are now seeking compensation for injuries they say are service-related. That is more than double the estimate of 21 percent who filed such claims after the Gulf ...
Health effects of wars in Iraq, Afghanistan on US veterans