US, Iraq agree more equipment needed to fight al Qaeda in Iraq
Following a visit from the prime minister of Iraq, a country in the grip of its worst violence in five years, the United States and Iraq agreed Friday on the need for more equipment for Iraqi forces to fight the growing influence of al Qaeda groups ...
Obama Says Al-Qaida Now More Active in Iraq
US to boost military aid to Iraq
In Iraq, a bushel of problems threaten stability
Iraq's pipeline bombings halt oil pumping
Iraq is heavily dependent on crude sales, which account for 95 percent of government revenues and an estimated two-thirds of gross domestic product, and is looking to dramatically boost them in the coming years. Officials are aiming to increase ...
Militants bomb major pipeline in northern Iraq
Kurds in Iraq, Syria work as shield against al-Qaeda
Northern Iraq oil pipeline attacked
US and Iraq leaders vow to fight al-Qaeda
US President Barack Obama and Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki discussed how to "push back" against al-Qaeda amid the deadliest surge of violence in Iraq in five years. The two leaders met at the White House nearly two years after the last US ...
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It's Not America's Job to Fix Iraq | The Nation
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After the United States spent $1 trillion fighting an illegal war in Iraq, leaving 4,500 Americans and hundreds of thousands of Iraqis dead, one can make a plausible case that the carnage now plaguing the dysfunctional New Iraq is America's responsibility.
Iraq's Maliki at White House to seek US help battling increasing violence
The prime minister of Iraq, a country in the grip of its worst violence in five years, is in Washington to ask for American help to fight what he calls the growing influence of al Qaeda. Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki is set to meet with President ...
How Obama Can Help Iraq
Nearly two years after Iraq ejected U.S. troops, and with an escalating civil war nearly as deadly as 2006, Iraqi President Nouri al-Maliki has come to Washington to ask President Obama to intervene in a war he never wanted in the first place. The two ...
Iraq's Maliki seeks urgent military supplies from Washington
The United States and Iraq have agreed that urgent military supplies are needed to fight al-Qaeda groups in remote parts of Iraq. US President Barack Obama met visiting Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on November 1. They discussed an upsurge in ...
Bahrain: Is another Iraq in the making?
Iraqi dissidents, who were living abroad, were able to convince western powers, particularly the US, that the Shiite population is the majority in Iraq and installing democratic principles in their country, which will automatically put them in power ...
Obama meets with Iraq's Maliki, vows ongoing partnership; no public aid ...
President Obama assured visiting Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki on Friday that the United States wants to be a strong partner in bringing about a stable and inclusive Iraq amid a rapid spike in sectarian violence that threatens security across ...
Officials: Shootings Kill 4 in North-Central Iraq
Authorities in Iraq say shootings have killed four security members, including two anti-al-Qaida militiamen, in north-central Iraq. Police officials say the first attack took place early Saturday when gunmen in a speeding car killed two fighters and ...