Iraq summons Turkey envoy to protest over visit
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq made a formal protest to Turkey's envoy in Baghdad on Friday after the Turkish foreign minister made a surprise visit to an oil-rich Iraqi city claimed by both the central government and the country's autonomous Kurdistan region.
Turkish official's surprise visit riles Iraq
Iraq: Turkey Accused of Interference
Drive-by Shootings in Iraq Kill 5 Security Troops
Unknown attackers killed five members of Iraq's security forces in three drive-by shootings in Baghdad on Friday, police and health officials said as militants seek to undermine government efforts to maintain security. The first attack took place at ...
34 killed as violence persists in Iraq
Iraq blocks US extradition for Hezbollah commander
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
BAGHDAD — An Iraqi court has rejected a request to send a Hezbollah commander to the United States for trial, a decision that likely ends the Obama administration's push to prosecute the Lebanese militant held in Iraq for the 2007 killings of five ...
Casualties mount in Iraq
BAGHDAD — A double bombing struck at an upscale neighborhood Iraq's capital on Tuesday, killing at least 21 even though police stopped three attackers storming a counterterror unit, as the government strained to control al-Qaida-based chaos gripping ...
U.S. concerned over Iraqi threats to force Iran dissidents from camp
UN chief tells Iran exiles in Iraq to leave camp, prepare for refugee resettlement
UN Chief Tells Iranian Exiles in Iraq to Move
Echoes of war in contemporary Iraq
The scars of war remain in Fallujah, Iraq. Fallujah was once considered the most dangerous city in Iraq for the U.S. military. Now, the city is struggling to rebuild after the Americans' pullout. At Abu Zahra Restaurant, Ahmed Attiya said, “I prefer ...
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 ...
Iraq boosts oil output but trouble brews
Total to hunt for oil in Iraq's Kurdish north
Total buys Kurdistan oil stakes, challenging Iraq
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 ...
Violence in Iraq reached nearly 2-year peak in July
What do vets think of Iraq?
The 'Islamic State of Iraq'
The new face of Iraq
Iraqis pass a popcorn booth where Sabri Naji, 49, sells the snack in the Mansour neighborhood of Baghdad. He said he is thankful for the December 2011 departure of U.S. troops from his country. "Now, after the withdrawal, it's a little bit safer than ...
Iraq shifts stance on Syrian revolution
The Washington Post recently highlighted the position taken by Iraq in the wake of Syrian revolution and its relationship with the US. The newspaper pointed out that as compared to Iraq the US position on Syria was a “setback embarrassing for the ...
The Growing Risks of Iraq's Political Stalemate
An Ugly Start to August in Iraq as Syrian Civil War Takes Its Toll
Hyundai Among 16 Companies Bidding for Breakwater in Iraq
Hyundai Engineering & Construction (000720) is among 16 companies that bid to build a breakwater for the $6 billion first phase of the Grand Fao port in the south of Iraq, said the director general of the State Company for Iraq's Ports. Daewoo ...