New York Times
Iraq Parliament Votes to Keep Maliki From Seeking New Term
New York Times
Published: January 26, 2013. BAGHDAD — In the bloody aftermath of street protests that turned violent on Friday in Falluja, Iraq's Parliament passed a law on Saturday intended to prevent Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki from seeking a third term.
Iraq: 2 soldiers killed near rally shooting site
Iraq: Sunni funerals draws thousands in Fallujah
Iraq: Investigation needed as troops shoot anti-government protesters
Charity organization makes Iraq war vet's life easier with home remodel
WHAS 11.com (subscription)
(WHAS11) – A Louisville native and Iraq war veteran scored a new home remodel thanks to an act of kindness. Michael Hayes was seriously injured in an IED explosion in 2006 losing his left leg and sustaining burns to 40 percent of his body. Hayes mother ...
Al Qaeda in Iraq video shows series of attacks against Iraqi security forces
Long War Journal
A version of the video released by al Qaeda in Iraq's al Furqan media wing and subsequently posted on the LiveLeak web site shows footage from 12 separate, undated attacks. Four of the attacks specifically target Iraqi Army soldiers and facilities. At ...
Iraq provides psychological assistance to terrorism victims
Turkey will help northern Iraq to establish a housing administration
Turkey will help the semi-autonomous region of Iraq, Kurdistan, to establish a housing institution similar to the Housing Development Administration of Turkey (TOKİ), local media reported Friday. Turkey's Science, Industry and Technology Minister Nihat ...
Iraq MPs to bar Maliki from third term
The News International
BAGHDAD: Iraq's parliament adopted a measure on Saturday that would bar Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki from a third term, a move his allies quickly dismissed as unconstitutional. A total of 170 MPs of 242 present backed the move to limit the president, ...
Iraq Shiite mosque suicide attacker is a 'jail escapee'
Iraq Shiite mosque suicide attacker is a 'jail escapee'. Saturday, 26 January 2013. An attacker, who struck on Wednesday in Tuz Khurmatu, north of Baghdad, killed 42 people and wounded 75 in the deadliest single attack in Iraq since July 23. (AFP ...
Iraq has become safest, most democratic Mideast nation
Critics of the Iraq invasion— or rather liberation — in 2003 maintain that the war that cost 4,000 precious lives and injured 20,000, in addition to costing hundreds of billions of dollars, was not worthwhile. Even I and other proponents of that war ...
Homeless Iraq war veteran stole from Staten Island chapel, left note, cops say
Staten Island Advance. STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- A homeless 25-year-old who served in the Iraq War stole cash from a chapel donation box in Meiers Corners, then left a note asking people to "give money to homeless veterans," according to authorities.
CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Iraq cuts gold holdings by a quarter in Nov-IMF
(Corrects throughout to show Iraq cut holding in November, not December). * Russia has world's 6th largest gold holding. * IMF revised up Iraq's additions in Sept, Oct. NEW YORK, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Iraq cut its gold holdings by a quarter to 29.9 tonnes ...
Iraq cuts gold holdings by a quarter in Dec: IMF
Iraq troops snatched as mourners bury protesters
FALLUJAH, Iraq — Gunmen killed two soldiers and kidnapped three more west of Baghdad on Saturday in apparent revenge, as mourners buried seven anti-government protesters that troops shot dead a day earlier. The tit-for-tat violence sharply raised ...