Syrians Ferry Needed Goods From Iraq
Voice of America
SHILAKAY, IRAQ — The ongoing conflict in Syria has led to chronic fuel and food shortages. Thousands of desperate Syrians are carrying goods across an unofficial border crossing opened by the semi-autonomous Kurdish government in northern Iraq.
Iraq scores its first oil find in decades
Baghdad (CNN) -- Iraq's state-owned oil exploration company has made the country's first oil find in 30 years, an Oil Ministry spokesman said Monday. The company found at least a billion barrels of crude under the ground in a southeastern province near ...
Iraq Discovered Another Billion Barrels Of Oil It Had No Idea Existed
Huge oil deposits discovered in southeastern Iraq
Iraq finds 'extra billion barrels' of oil
All is not well in northern Iraq's oilfields
In northern Iraq, ethnic Kurdish security forces called peshmerga patrol the poorly defined border of the country's Kurdish region, with clear orders to keep Iraqi army troops out. "Everyone here is on alert," Al Jazeera's Omar al-Saleh reported from ...
Iraq oil sales dip last month but income up in 2012
Iraq demands US energy giant abide by constitution
Iraq's Maliki meets with Exxon over oil operations
Al-Qaida in Iraq claims responsibility for the assassination of Sunni lawmaker
In a statement posted early Monday on a militant website, the Islamic State of Iraq, al-Qaida's Iraqi branch, said that its fighters were responsible for last week's killing of Ifan Saadoun al-Issawi, who they called a "dog of the Americans" and the ...
Al Qaeda claims assassination of Sunni lawmaker in Iraq
Qaeda front group claims wave of Iraq attacks
Iraqi protester tries to set himself on fire
Iraq oil-for-food trial opens in France
PARIS Jan 21 (Reuters) - The head of French oil giant Total and a former cabinet minister appeared in court on Tuesday on charges related to corruption in the United Nations oil-for-food programme in Saddam Hussein's Iraq. Total, Chief Executive ...
Trial opens in Paris in Iraq "oil-for-food" corruption case
Iraq: A Twenty-Two Year Genocide
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 miles of Iraq had been entirely ...
Iraq Details Plans for 2013 Venice Biennale Pavilion
After making its first appearance at the Venice Biennale in 2011, Iraq is returning for round two this summer. The Ruya Foundation for Contemporary Art in Iraq, which is in charge of the pavilion this year, announced today that it will present a group ...
The Iraq Pavilion at the 55th Venice Biennale presents Out of Iraq
Triggering Political Chaos: US, NATO to Destabilize Iraq Through Qatar, Turkey
Center for Research on Globalization
Qatar and Turkey receive orders from the United States and NATO to create insecurity in Iraq, says an Iranian lawmaker. Nozar Shafiei, a member of Iran's Majlis Committee on National Security and Foreign Policy, said on Saturday that Doha and Ankara ...
Finance News Network (press release)
WorleyParsons Wins Services Contract for Shell Gas Iraq
WorleyParsons has been awarded a three year contract by Shell Gas Iraq BV to provide project management support and services for the rehabilitation of gas facilities and infrastructure that are part of the scope of Basrah Gas Company. In November 2011 ...
WorleyParsons wins Iraq gas contract
Worley wins Shell Gas Iraq contract
Iraq protester sets himself ablaze in anti-government rally
MOSUL, Iraq (Reuters) - An Iraqi protester set himself on fire on Sunday in the northern city of Mosul in a dramatic turn after more than three weeks of Sunni Muslim rallies that are challenging Shi'ite Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's government ...