Cornell to return 10000 ancient tablets to Iraq
Los Angeles Times
Cornell University is preparing to forfeit to Iraq a vast collection of ancient cuneiform tablets in what is expected to be one of the largest returns of antiquities by an American university. The 10,000 inscribed clay blocks date from the 4th ...
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 ...
How Obama Can Help Iraq
US to boost military aid to Iraq
In Iraq, a bushel of problems threaten stability
The Hill (blog)
Iraq comes back to haunt Obama
The Hill (blog)
“By nearly every indicator, security conditions in Iraq have dramatically worsened over the past two years,” a bipartisan group of Senate leaders on national security issues wrote to Obama on Tuesday. “What's worse, the deteriorating conflict in Syria ...
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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 ...
Iraq oil pipeline bombed, pumping shut down
Kurds in Iraq, Syria work as shield against al-Qaeda
Militants bomb major pipeline in northern Iraq
Obama tells Iraqi leader that US wants 'inclusive' Iraq
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama pressed Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Friday to build a more inclusive democracy in his country and said the United States would cooperate with Iraq as it tries to push back a resurgent al Qaeda.
Six killed in Iraq attacks
MOSUL: Attacks in Baghdad and north Iraq killed five security personnel and a civilian on Sunday, officials said, part of a nationwide surge in violence that authorities have failed to stem. The shootings and bombings were the latest in months of ...
'Bomb attacks kill three officers in Iraq'
9 killed, 15 wounded in violent attacks in Iraq
Three suicide bombings rock police HQ in central Iraq
Warning issued on US visa scam in Iraq
A scam in Iraq apparently asks U.S. visa lottery applicants to send money up front; The U.S. Embassy in Baghdad issues a warning saying visa applications are free; Each year 55,000 visas are given out worldwide in a random drawing. (CNN) -- The U.S. ...
National security expert: Obama could lose Iraq
Iraq's Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki is set to meet with President Obama in Washington, D.C. this week. Al-Maliki is expected to present himself as a mediator between Iran and the U.S., while also asking the president to send U.S. military supplies to ...
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 ...
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 ...