Iraq Initially Inks Deal With Kuwait Energy-Led Group - Official
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The Oil Ministry during its fourth bidding round rejected an offer by a consortium consisting of Premier Oil, Bashneft and PetroVietnam to explore block 9 in southern Iraq for $9.85 a barrel. PetroVietnam is believed to be out of the consortium, Iraqi ...
Iraq initials oil block deal with Kuwaiti-led group
Turkish-Kurdish Oil Deals Upset Baghdad
Iraq inks preliminary deal with Kuwaiti-led group to search for oil in Iraq's ...
UN chief urges Iraq and Iranian opposition group to work together to finish ...
UNITED NATIONS — Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called on the Iraqi government and an Iranian opposition group that was given refuge in the country during Saddam Hussein's rule on Monday to work together to peacefully complete the group's ...
Appeal to EU, US and UN to Compel Iraq to Provide the Minimum Humanitarian ...
Iraq vet allegedly attacks three at bar downstairs from his wedding reception ...
A 32-year-old Iraq War veteran is facing charges after he allegedly attacked three people at the Veterans of Foreign Wars bar downstairs from his wedding reception. Philip Brooks pleaded not guilty to numerous charges in Lawrence District Court today.
Judge nixes Pa. soldier's Iraq electrocution suit
A military contractor cannot be held liable in the death of a soldier who was electrocuted in his barracks shower at an Army base in Iraq, a federal judge said in dismissing a lawsuit brought by Pittsburgh-area soldier's mother.
Judge nixes suit in soldier's Iraq electrocution
Wrongful-death lawsuit in Shaler soldier's electrocution dismissed
US court says Iraq not liable for end of Hussein oil contracts
July 16 (Reuters) - Iraq is not liable for the end of twooil-for-food contracts dating from the Saddam Hussein regime, adivided U.S. federal appeals court ruled in a decision thatcould make it harder.
Iraq Wins Immunity in Oil Contract Case
U.S. court says Iraq not liable for end of Hussein oil contracts
Kuwait Energy, Turkiye Petrolleri, Dragon Sign Iraq Oil Deal
Kuwait Energy Co., Dubai-based Dragon Oil Plc (DGO) and Turkiye Petrolleri AO signed an agreement to explore for crude in southern Iraq along the Iranian border.
Iraq says Premier Oil to join Bashneft in oil block
Iraq inquiry delayed for another year
The Iraq Inquiry, set up by Gordon Brown to find the truth about Britain's involvement in the Iraq War, will not report its findings for at least another year, two years later than expected. john chilcot. Sir John Chilcot announced he will not produce ...
Chilcot inquiry Iraq war report delayed to 2013
Chilcot inquiry into Iraq will not be released until next year
Steve Bell on Whitehall holding up the Chilcot inquiry into Iraq
Iraq seeks to speed up F-16 deliveries
Iraq wants the Pentagon to speed up delivery of the 36 jet fighters it ordered from Lockheed Martin as it seeks to fast track development of its armed forces.
Inside Iraq: 'we had to deal with people who had blood on their hands'
Exclusive: Emma Sky explains how the surge changed US military tactics – and why Obama's Baghdad trip almost ended in disaster.
Iraq war will haunt West: former advisor to US military
West has yet to feel repercussions of Iraq war, says top US military adviser
Muslim revenge warning to West
Auditors say billions likely wasted in Iraq work
In what it called its final audit report, the Office of the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction Funds on Friday spelled out a range of accounting weaknesses that put "billions of American taxpayer dollars at risk of waste and ...
Iraq Rebuilding Risked Billions in Funds, Auditor Finds