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US Senator Warns Iraq Over Flights Into Syria
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration's leading foreign policy ally in Congress said Wednesday that aid to Iraq might be made contingent on cutting off flights shuttling military supplies from Iran to the repressive government in Syria. Enlarge This ...
Exclusive: Western report - Iran ships arms, personnel to Syria via Iraq
Iraq nominee says US pressing on use of airspace
Obama's pick for Iraq envoy says US pressing Baghdad over reported Iran use of ...
Iraq allocates $275 bln for projects over five years
BAGHDAD, Sept 19 (Reuters) - Iraq has earmarked $250-275 billion for spending on infrastructure projects and other investments over the next five years, the planning ministry said on Wednesday. Iraq needs development in almost every sector, as rubble ...
Iraq Allocates Up to $275 Billion for Projects, Shukri Says
'Corrupt' oil-rich Iraq unable to provide much-needed infrastructure
Iraq War Veteran Frank Ford Claims Superiors Drugged and Kidnapped him to ...
Ford claims he served with the 203rd Military Intelligence Battalion, through the California Army National Guard, and went to Iraq as a counterintelligence noncommissioned officer in 2003. While in Iraq he was under the command of the 205th Military ...
Iraq approves $358.8 mln Zubair oilfield contract
BAGHDAD, Sept 19 (Reuters) - Iraq's cabinet approved a $358.8 million contract with Italy's SICIM and Dubai-based Drake and Scull to lay pipelines in the southern Zubair oilfield, a government spokesman said on Wednesday. The deal is part of a series ...
Police officials: Attacks by gunmen kill 3 people in northern Iraq, including ...
Violence has ebbed in Iraq since the peak of the bloodletting in 2005-2008, but insurgents still frequently attack government officials and security forces in an attempt to undermine the Shiite-led government. Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All ...
Iraq attacks kill six
Attacks in Iraq kill five people
Shell To Meet Iraq Oil Field Target
LN) said Wednesday its Majnoon oil field in Iraq is still likely to meet a key production target by the end of this year, despite a series of setbacks that have hampered its development. Shell said the preliminary mechanical work needed before 175,000 ...
Shell says may miss 2012 Majnoon output target
Shell sees Majnoon resuming oil output in Q1
Tensions Between Turkey, Iraq Have Wide-Ranging Regional Implications
World Politics Review
Henri Barkey, a professor of international relations at Lehigh University, mentioned a visit by Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu to Kirkuk, Iraq, last month as another cause of the recent spike in tensions. Baghdad, which was not informed of ...
Consequences of Tariq al-Hashemi ruling
Iraq reopens border to Syria refugees, excludes young men
BAGHDAD, Sept 18 (Reuters) - Iraq reopened its border with Syria on Tuesday to receive refugees escaping violence, but refused entry to young men for security reasons, Iraqi officials said. "They (the central government) fear that some of those young ...
Iraq reopens main Syria crossing to refugees
Iraq reopens border crossing to Syrian refugees
Iraq's First Hackerspace Will Run on 'Irrational Optimism'
After decades of tyranny, sanctions and war, Iraq has a better reputation for destroying things than building them. That's why an Iraqi-American who's trying to create the country's first hackerspace believes it'll take “irrational optimism” for Iraqis ...
Iraq's first hackerspace: bringing a DIY studio to Baghdad
'Patriot Dog' helps Iraq War vet rebuild his life
Iraq War veteran Craig Lia says his patroit assistance dog, Mason, saved him after PTSD plagued his post-war life. Today, the service dog goes everywhere with Lia, helping him through anxiety issues that the blasts from two roadside bombs left behind.