The Daily Star
Iraq stops registering Turkish firms amid row over Hashemi
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's Trade Ministry has stopped registering Turkish companies, it said on Thursday, as the neighbors sparred over Ankara's refusal to send back a fugitive Iraqi vice president who was sentenced to death in absentia. The ministry ...
Iraq Halts Licenses for Foreign Companies, Caglayan Says
Sectarianism fails to explain absence of Iraq's rule of law
Leader of Shiite militia threatens American interests in Iraq due to 'heinous ...
BAGHDAD — A Shiite militant group threatened U.S. interests in Iraq on Thursday as part of the backlash over an anti-Islam film it described as “heinous.” Iranian-backed Asaib Ahl al-Haq leader Qais al-Khazali said the amateurish video that ridicules ...
Christian Science Monitor
Iraq's fugitive VP convicted as attacks kill 92
BAGHDAD – Iraq's fugitive Sunni vice president was sentenced Sunday to death by hanging on charges he masterminded death squads against rivals in a terror trial that has fueled sectarian tensions in the country. Underscoring the instability, insurgents ...
Iraq's Vice President Calls Death Sentence 'Unjust'
Iraq's Sunni VP: Shi'ite PM is Behind My Death Sentence
Questions grow over Iran's influence in Iraq
Iraq, Kurdistan end oil dispute, exports continue
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's central government and the country's autonomous Kurdistan agreed to end an oil payment dispute after Kurdistan pledged to continue exports and Baghdad said it would pay foreign companies working there, a senior Iraqi official ...
Iraq Kurds to Resolve Oil Issue
Iraq, Kurds reach preliminary oil deal: officials
Kurds Say Iraq Must Pay Foreign Oil Companies in Kurdish Region
Angry crowds storm US Embassy in Yemen, amid protests in Iraq, Iran
Protesters angered by a film they consider blasphemous to Islam have stormed the U.S. Embassy compound in Yemen's capital, Sanaa, in the most recent attack on U.S. diplomatic posts in the Middle East. Protesters smashed windows as they breached the ...
Yemen, Iraq see new anti-American protests
Anti-American protests break out in Iraq, Yemen
A look at the latest Mideast protests and calls for action by opponents of an ...
Libya Now Officially More Dangerous than Iraq
At no time during all the years of terror in Iraq was an American ambassador ever killed there. The deaths of four Americans in Libya not only make them the first American casualties of Obama's Libyan War, they show just how badly Obama and his allies ...
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Intervention in Libya Led to Attack on US Consulate, Ex-CIA Chief Says
Britain's foreign minister in Iraq for talks
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LONDON (AP) - Britain's foreign secretary has arrived in Baghdad for talks with senior politicians, vowing to help Iraq on its "path to stability." The Foreign Office said Wednesday that William Hague will meet officials including Prime Minister Nouri ...
William Hague pledges the UK will support Iraq
Diplomats Catch a Glimpse inside Notorious Refugee Camp in Iraq
Iraq opens controversial refugee camp to diplomats
BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraq offered foreign diplomats on Tuesday a rare glimpse at a camp that is the new temporary home of an Iranian exile opposition group that has a long-running feud with Baghdad, winning from the envoys cautious praise of the conditions ...
MPs using Iraq history to challenge Israel on Iran
British politicians are downplaying the evidence for an Iranian nuclear threat on the basis of a comparison with the lead-up to the Iraq war. In doing so, they are criticising Israel for its approach to Tehran. In Foreign Office questions last week ...
CIA 721: Obama, the Pro-Iranian Nuclear Bomb President
Report: US military attack on Iran would shake regime but also risk all-out ...
Middle East Voices
VIEWPOINT: To Avoid Iraq Redux, US Should Support Syrian Opposition
Middle East Voices
“History,” President Barack Obama remarked, “will judge the original decision to go into Iraq.” But the lessons of the Iraq War already weigh on the president. Even in defending the use of force in Afghanistan and Libya, President Obama cited U.S ...