Iran Supplying Syrian Military via Iraqi Airspace
New York Times
The Obama administration pressed Iraq to shut down the air corridor that Iran had been using earlier this year, raising the issue with Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki of Iraq. But as Syrian rebels gained ground and Mr. Assad's government was rocked ...
Iraq wary over sectarian pull of Syria crisis
Iraq Defies US, Lets Iran Arm Assad: Report
Iraq Unity at Risk Because of Maliki Leadership, Allawi Says
Iraq's former Prime Minister Ayad Allawi, a main opposition leader, said the country's unity is at risk because of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's “individualistic” leadership. The self-governing Kurdish region, which is locked in a dispute over oil ...
Iraq central govt eyes cuts to Kurdistan budget over oil dispute
Frustration with Iraq's Maliki growing
Iraq in chaos - the legacy of western intervention
Is Mexico Becoming the New Iraq for American Agents?
EDITOR'S NOTE: Sylvia Longmire is a former senior border security analyst for the State of California. She is currently a consultant, correspondent for Homeland Security Today magazine, and author of Cartel: The Coming Invasion of Mexico's Drug Wars.
Zain to fight Iraq fine after some bank assets frozen
(Adds CMC commissioner comments). By Matt Smith and Aseel Kami. DUBAI/BAGHDAD Sept 4 (Reuters) - Kuwaiti telecom operator Zain will continue its fight against a $262 million fine imposed on its Iraq operations despite some of the unit's bank accounts ...
Zain to fight $262m fine on Iraq operations
Officials: 4 soldiers killed by Iraq roadside bomb
The Seattle Times
Mohammed said security forces sealed off the area and started a search operation to find the attackers. Violence has ebbed in Iraq since the height of the sectarian fighting from 2005 to 2007, but extremists frequently attack security forces in an ...
Eight dead in north Iraq attacks
Officials: Roadside bombing kills 4 soldiers in Iraq's north
Deep Read: The Blair necessity
Mail & Guardian Online
That the invasion of Iraq falls into this category looks indisputable. Blair's Cabinet ministers knew it, and told him so. His attorney general warned that there were just three ways in which it could be legally justified: "self-defence, humanitarian ...
Tutu calls for George Bush to be tried at the ICC in the Hague
Tutu: Send Bush And Blair To The Hague
Why leaders have moral responsibilities
Young Iraqis face religious fashion crackdown
A mother with her young son shop at a market place in Kazimiyah neighborhood, northern Baghdad, Iraq, Sunday, Sept 2, 2012. A new culture rift is emerging in Iraq and, largely, at the seat of one of Shiite Islam's holiest sites as young women doff ...
Culture clash emerges in Iraq as conservative clerics battle sassy Western styles
Western fashions causing cultural rift in Iraq
Paralympics inspires war-wounded athletes
"I hope that my generation," Snyder says, "the warriors coming back from Afghanistan and Iraq who are lying in bed missing a limb or whatever and they don't know what's next, can see my story and say: 'Hey, that's for me. If he can do it, I can too ...
Libyan Islamists and the security forces: Iraq 2.0?
In my article on the outcome of the Libyan elections- “Rethinking Libya” (July 15 2012) – I suggested that looking at developments in Iraq post-2003 serves in many ways as a useful guide to understanding how things might pan out in Libya. IN THIS ...
Kuwait's Zain Has Iraq Bank Funds Seized for Unpaid Fine
Kuwait's Zain Has Iraq Bank Funds Seized for Unpaid Fine. By Khalid Al-Ansary - 2012-09-03T14:53:19Z. Zain (ZAIN) Iraq, a unit of Kuwait's Mobile Telecommunications Co. (NMTC), has had its funds seized in all Iraqi banks until it pays a $262 million ...