Iraq women lament costs of US invasion
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - One year after the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq, then-President George W. Bush told a gathering at the White House: "Every woman in Iraq is better off because the rape rooms and torture chambers of Saddam Hussein are forever closed.".
Iraq's Kurdish region pursues ties with Turkey — for energy revenue and ...
IRBIL, Iraq — As the rest of Iraq descends into a crisis of deepening violence, the autonomous enclave of Kurdistan is enlisting the help of an unlikely ally, Turkey, to reach for a long-delayed dream of independence. In many ways, Iraqi Kurdistan ...
Exclusive: Turkey, Iraqi Kurdistan clinch major energy pipeline deals
Iraq minister, BP boss visit Kirkuk oilfield to win support
In Iraq's Kurdish Zone, Israelis and Long-Hidden Jews See Hope for Revived Ties
Judge To Iraq Vet: Your Service In Iraq Makes You A Threat To Society
Follow: Iraq, Politics News. Upworthy: One returning soldier asked for help and didn't get it. Now he's in prison. Read the whole story at Upworthy. Contribute to this Story: Send us a tip; Send us a photo or video; Suggest a correction. FOLLOW ...
UPDATE 3-Baker Hughes stops work in Iraq after security incident
Nov 11 (Reuters) - U.S. oilfield services company Baker Hughes Inc said on Monday it has suspended operations in Iraq following a weekend protest at a facility near the southern town of Basra. Baker Hughes said it had issued force majeure notices to ...
Financial impact of Baker Hughes shutdown in Iraq uncertain
Protests force Baker Hughes to stop work in Iraq
Baker Hughes stops work in Iraq after security incident
Hurriyet Daily News
SERKAN DEMİRTAŞ > Why was Davutoğlu's trip to Iraq important?
Hurriyet Daily News
But I decided to go. This is how we regard foreign policy.” Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu made this statement while returning from his visit to Iraq, which has faced a bloody terror campaign recently, in which nearly 1,000 people have been killed ...
Iraq's 'state project' suffers from decay
The Imperial Roots of Iraq's Sectarian Violence
Five killed in Iraq attacks, two dead bodies found
Army surgeon struggles to heal from PTSD after Iraq tours
Two harrowing tours as a trauma surgeon in Iraq led Tara Dixon to attempt suicide, but the 40-year-old former Army reservist says helping to save the lives of her fellow comrades was "worth it all." "If I could go back there and not only help save ...
Angry Shi'ites storm Schlumberger camp at Iraq's Rumaila oilfield
BASRA, Iraq (Reuters) - Dozens of angry Shi'ite Muslim workers and tribesmen stormed a Schlumberger Ltd camp at one of Iraq's main oilfields and wrecked offices early on Monday after accusing a foreign security adviser of insulting their religion ...
Expat oil worker hurt in Iraq row over 'Shiite insult'
Angry mob 'storms Schlumberger camp' in Iraq
Briton hurt in Iraq oilfield row over 'Shiite insult'
Thank you, Iraq war veterans: Column
My first trip to the hallowed grounds of Arlington National Cemetery was on a rainy Friday afternoon, soon after my arrival in Washington. As the newly appointed ambassador to the United States from Iraq, it was important for me to honor the brave ...
Iraqis Thank US Troops and Seek New Partnership
Iraq: Riots Over 'Offense to Islam'
Soror Hassan Srour, an Egyptian citizen who worked at American oil company Baker Hughes in the oil production department, has been expelled from Iraq after being accused of an "offense to Islam." His alleged crime: tearing down posters mourning the ...
Doctor to recount time in war-torn Iraq, devastated Haiti
Longview Daily News
In 2008, he spent six months at the Balad Air Base hospital in Iraq, working as the sole urologist and doing emergency care when needed. He spent 21 years total in the Air Force before retiring in 2010, and he is now part owner of Longview Urology.