Bomb Attacks in Iraq Leave 26 Dead
Wall Street Journal
BAGHDAD—Insurgents unleashed a string of bomb attacks across Iraq on Thursday, mainly targeting Shiite Muslim pilgrims, killing at least 26 people and extending a deadly wave of bloodshed into a second day. The violence that has left nearly 60 dead ...
Car bombs explode across Iraq
Iraq considering BP for work on Kirkuk oil field
Kurds hit out in Iraq oil conflict
Iraq, BP Considering Kirkuk Field Deal
Wall Street Journal
Iraq is considering a multibillion-dollar deal with U.K. oil major BP PLC to double the output from the Kirkuk oil field, a senior Iraqi oil official said Thursday. The field is one of the country's largest resources but lies in a disputed territory ...
A Chinese Oil Company May Buy Exxon's Iraq Stake
A little more than a year after President Barack Obama declared the end of the war in Iraq, Chinese companies are top players in the country's oil sector. China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC) is jointly operating three fields in the south producing 1 ...
Lukoil Pares Iraq Oil-Output Target; Others Talk on Similar Cuts
Iraq, Lukoil to Cut West Qurna-2 Output Target 33%
Lukoil expected in Iraq for oil talks
Iraq Buys Australian, Canadian Wheat Totaling 300000 Tons -Grain Board
Special to Dow Jones Newswires. Iraq has bought some 300,000 metric tons of Australian and Canadian wheat from a tender which closed on January 13, the head of the state-run Iraqi Grain Board said Thursday. Hassan Ismael Ibrahim told Dow Jones that ...
Iraq buys 300000 T wheat from Australia and Canada
The Iraq War 'Surge' Myth Returns
Any serious analysis of what happened in Iraq in 2007-08 would trace the decline in Iraqi sectarian violence mostly to strategies that predated the “surge” and were implemented by the U.S. commanding generals in 2006, George Casey and John Abizaid, ...
More Bomb Attacks Reported Across Iraq
Voice of America
Bomb attacks across Iraq have killed at least seven people, one day after the deadliest wave of violence to hit the country this year. A pair of car bombs exploded Thursday in Dujail, about 60 kilometers north of Baghdad, killing seven and wounding at ...
Iraq Plan to Let BP Develop Oil in Kirkuk Is Illegal, Kurds Say
“Iraq's citizens are simply tired of this sort of language of threat and intimidation, which in the cynical pursuit of narrow political agendas serves only to create division and strife,” it said. The Kurds and the central government are entangled in a ...
Iraq: A Twenty Two Year Genocide
Center for Research on Globalization
It was not only Baghdad, of course, Iraq was being systematically destroyed, from ancient southern Basra to haunting, historic Mosul in the north – in the West destruction was such that it was not even noticed by the outside world that about seventy ...
US, Persian Gulf monarchies unleash al-Qaeda on Iraq: Mohsen Saleh
Absolutely, you are right. The Iraqis want to go into a democratic process, but unfortunately some of the regional countries especially their master in the White House and the Saudis and Qataris are financing and trying to inflame the situation in Iraq ...
Bombings in Iraq Kill More Than 20 and Are Seen as Political
New York Times
BAGHDAD — At least two car bombs shattered a building housing the local headquarters of the Kurdistan Democratic Party in the restive city of Kirkuk on Wednesday, killing at least 19 people and wounding more than 200, according to the police.