Iraq War Veteran Uses Music to 'Come Home' Again
Jason Moon doesn't consider himself a hero, but does see himself as a warrior. After returning from the Iraq War, the Wisconsin native is on a "mission" to use his music to help heal veterans still struggling to readjust to life back home.
Jason Moon, Iraq War Veteran, Uses Music To Heal -- But Says He's No 'Hero ...
Vet Uses Music To Heal — But Says He's No 'Hero'
Iraq Says Kurdish Oil Exports to Turkey Are Illegal
Wall Street Journal
Iraq's government said crude-oil exports from the semiautonomous northern region of Kurdistan to neighboring Turkey are illegal and threatened on Monday to take appropriate action.
Iraq's Kurds 'sending oil to Turkey'
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Iraq's Kurds sending oil to Turkey: Kurd official
The Troops in Iraq: Sent Home, as Promised
Last week, as American troops were honored across the country, President Obama celebrated the first Fourth of July since announcing a formal end to the war in Iraq.
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New York Times
US Antagonist in Iraq Takes a Political Gamble
New York Times
Moktada al-Sadr, the former leader of the anti-American Mahdi Army, is trying to navigate his way to national power through nontraditional alliances that risk alienating supporters.
'The Life That Follows' Disarming IEDs In Iraq
Brian Castner commanded two Explosive Ordnance Disposal units in Iraq, where his team disabled roadside IEDs and investigated the aftermath of roadside car bombings. He returned home a completely different man, which he details in his memoir, The ...
Iraq veteran in 2010 ND rampage faces new charge
San Francisco Chronicle
MINOT, N.D. (AP) — An Iraq war veteran who was accused of going on a suicidal rampage in North Dakota two years ago faces a new charge of aggravated reckless driving. Savelkoul was medically discharged from the Army in 2009 with post-traumatic ...
Terror trial of Iraq VP postponed over witnesses
A lawyer for Iraq's fugitive vice president says a judge has adjourned his trial on terror charges, adding that the proceedings will resume once a higher court decides whether the defense can.
Civil war feared in unstable Iraq
Iraq VP's trial on terror charges postponed to wait for appeal on calling ...
Iraq VP trial delayed on defence appeals
Is the US State Department blackmailing Iranian dissidents in Iraq to placate ...
LORD CARLILE: The US State Department supports Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki in his attempt to drive Iranian residents out of the Ashraf camp.
U.S. steps up warnings on Iran dissident camp in Iraq
US Should Protect Rights for those in Camps Ashraf & Liberty
Iranian Exile Group Must Quit Camp in Iraq, U.S. Says