Iraq blocks US extradition for Hezbollah commander
Kevin J. Bergner speaks during a press conference in Baghdad, Iraq, near a poster of a senior Lebanese Hezbollah operative Ali Mussa Daqduq. The U.S. believes Daqduq is a top threat to Americans in the Mideast, and had asked to extradite him even ...
Iraq rejects US extradition for senior Lebanese Hezbollah operative
Iraq Accuses Turkey of Interfering in Affairs
Iraq on Thursday accused Turkey of interfering in its internal affairs after Turkey's foreign minister paid a surprise visit to a northern Iraqi city seen as a testing ground for whether Iraq's sectarian leaders can ever reach reconciliation. Ahmet ...
Iraq hits out at Turkey over trip to contested city
Middle East Online
Iraq Kurdistan oil export restart may be temporary
LONDON (Reuters) - Iraq's semi-autonomous region of Kurdistan plans to halt oil exports on August 31 if the central government does not make all outstanding payments, which could mean the proposed increase in Iraq's overall shipments to world markets ...
Kurds to stop oil exports in month unless Baghdad pays
Kurds in Iraq to resume oil exports
Iraq's Kurdish region to resume oil exports amid Baghdad's reservations
Iraq: Police Say 12 Killed in Shootings, Bombings
Bombings and drive-by shootings killed 12 people across Iraq on Thursday, officials said, in the latest series of small but recurrent strikes by militants bent on bringing the country back to the brink of civil war. Authorities said five security ...
Iraq boosts oil output but trouble brews
Al-Qaida entrenched? July is bloodiest month in Iraq in 2 years
Sunni insurgents often attack Shiite targets to try to reignite sectarian violence that killed tens of thousands of people in 2006-2007, pushing Iraq to the brink of civil war. The insurgents have launched at least one major assault a month since U.S ...
What do vets think of Iraq?
Violence in Iraq reached nearly 2-year peak in July
Iraq says July deadliest month in nearly two years
U.S. concerned over Iraqi threats to force Iran dissidents from camp
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States expressed concern on Wednesday over Iraqi threats to force an Iranian dissident group out of a camp in Iraq, but it also urged members of the group to relocate voluntarily to a large former U.S. military base in ...
UN chief tells Iran exiles in Iraq to leave camp, prepare for refugee resettlement
UN Chief Tells Iranian Exiles in Iraq to Move
US Warns Iraq Against Forced Closure Of Camp Ashraf
Analysis: Syria crisis feeds Iraq violence, al Qaeda revival
Tuesday's high-profile assault on a anti-terrorism police unit in Baghdad was the latest in a drive by the Islamic State of Iraq, al Qaeda local affiliate, to make good on a pledge to win back ground lost in its war with American troops - its leader ...
Al Qaeda a "cancer" in Syria, says Iraq's UN ambassador
Iraq attacks kill 33 people: officials
Iraq attacks kill more than 30 people
Iraq seeking Russian air defense gear: official
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's acting defense minister is in Russia negotiating the purchase of air surveillance equipment to help Iraq rebuild its crippled military defenses, a lawmaker said on Thursday. American troops pulled out of Iraq in December ...
Russia's Gazprom Neft inks 2 oil deals with Iraq's Kurdish region in defiance ...
BAGHDAD — A Middle East subsidiary of Russia's Gazprom Neft has inked two oil deals with Iraq's self-ruled northern Kurdish region, becoming the fourth major oil company to enter into agreements with Iraqi Kurds that bypass the central government in ...
Gazprom Neft to trade oil in Iraq
Gazprom Neft signs production sharing deals with Kurdistan
Dallas Cheerleaders, Hollywood and Iraq war heroes in first novel
Salt Lake Tribune
Lucky for Bravo squad, the bloody firefight it won in Iraq was shot by an embedded TV team. The footage went viral, America went wild and the boys went home for two weeks of orchestrated patriotism. The last leg of their victory tour, a Dallas Cowboys ...