Wall Street Journal
Wave of bombings across Iraq leaves 26 dead
Los Angeles Times
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attacks, but bombings are a hallmark of al-Qaida in Iraq, the Sunni insurgency that has been struggling for years to goad Shiite militias back toward civil war. A key Shiite lawmaker said the ...
String of Iraq blasts kills at least 32
Iraq suffers deadliest day in nearly a month
Dozens Killed in Blasts Across Iraq
Day Press News
Iraq to Inspect Iran's Syria-Bound Planes, Minister Tells Paper
Iraq plans to randomly inspect Iranian airplanes flying to Syria, the Iraqi foreign minister, Hoshyar Zebari, told the al-Hayat newspaper in an interview. “The government plans to bring planes down and conduct random inspections,” he was quoted as ...
Iraq to check All Iranian Planes Bound for Syria
Iraq to check Syria-bound Iran flights for arms: Zebari
San Francisco Chronicle
Many Iraq, Afghanistan war veterans choosing 'second service' by going into ...
During the long wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, hundreds of thousands of veterans have come home and laid aside their uniforms. But not all have opted to simply blend back into civilian life. Many have chosen to run for public office. Several dozen ...
Many Iraq, Afghan vets choosing 'second service'
Home from Iraq and Afghanistan, many combat veterans look to serve again _ in ...
Police: 23 Killed in Blasts Across Iraq
Bombs striking Shiite neighborhoods, security forces and other targets across Iraq killed at least 23 people Sunday, officials said. It was the latest instance in which insurgents launched coordinate attacks in multiple cities across the country in a ...
Iraq: Militants' jailbreak an inside job
Iraq official says jailbreak that killed 20 was inside job
Iraq security forces searching for escapees
Iraq targets $500 billion in energy-related investment
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq will invest around $500 billion in energy and linked industries with the help of the private sector by 2030, generating around $6 trillion in revenues, the Deputy Prime Minister for Energy said on Sunday. Hussain al-Shahristani ...
Iraq Plans to Spend $500 Billion on Energy Projects by 2030
In Syrian shadow, Iraq's Maliki juggles Tehran, Washington
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's move to inspect Iranian aircraft flying to Syria may appease the United States but also shows how crisis in Damascus has pushed Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki into an ever more delicate balancing act between his two main allies.
The Daily Star
Iraq to Pay Oil Companies in Kurdish Region Today, Hawrami Says
Iraq will pay money today that it owes to international oil companies pumping crude in the country's northern Kurdish region, an official with the semi- autonomous Kurdistan Regional Government said. Ashti Hawrami, the Kurdish natural resources ...
Baghdad to transfer oil payments to Iraq Kurds today
G4S 'warned over Iraq armed guard'
The Press Association
A BBC documentary claims that security company G4S was sent warnings not to employ an armed guard in Iraq days before he murdered two colleagues. Danny Fitzsimons was sentenced to at least 20 years in 2011 for killing Scot Paul McGuigan and ...
Iraq oil min says September exports to exceed 2.6 mln bpd
BAGHDAD, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Iraqi Oil Minister Abdul-Kareem Luaibi said crude exports would exceed 2.6 million barrels per day (bpd) in September and described talks on Sunday over the country's long-awaited oil and gas law as "very positive".
Iran, Turkey vying for influence in Iraq
WASHINGTON – As Turkey's Kurdish problem becomes more serious, Ankara is looking to the Kurdish area of northern Iraq not only to help contain the attacks originating there, but also to increase its military presence as a way of impeding Iran's growing ...