Voice of America
Six Killed in Shelling of Iranian Refugee Camp in Iraq
New York Times
BAGHDAD — Six people were killed and more than 50 were wounded on Saturday when several dozen mortar shells fell on a refugee camp for members of an Iranian opposition group, according to an Iraqi police official.
Condemnation for Attack Against Iran Exile Camp in Iraq
Attack on Iranian dissident camp in Iraq kills five
Iraq Rocket Attack On Iranian Refugee Camp Kills 6, Wounds Dozens
Attack kills 5 at Iranian exile camp in Iraq
Baghdad (CNN) -- A camp housing Iranian dissidents in Iraq was attacked Saturday morning, leaving at least five dead and 40 wounded, Iraqi police said. The rocket and mortar attack occurred at Camp Hurriya, a onetime U.S. base formerly known as Camp ...
Rocket attack kills Iranian exiles in Iraq
Martin Kobler, the top UN official in Iraq, told Al Jazeera that he was "shocked" by the attack. "These people have to be protected," he said. The MEK, whose leadership is based in Paris, said in a statement that six people were killed and 50 wounded.
Iraq's return to bloodshed
But more than twice that many days of protest in Iraq have gone almost unnoticed in the United States. Iraqi army troops killed five Sunni protesters in Fallujah on Jan. 25, after a month of anti-government protests in Anbar, Nineveh and Salahuddin ...
At Least 26 Killed in Bombings Across Iraq
Car bombs in Shi'ite areas of Iraq kill 34
Iraq's Maliki: Assad could hold on for years
The Independent (blog)
Iraq 10 Years On: Was It Worth It?
The Independent (blog)
I couldn't make it to Thursday's debate at Goldsmith's, “Iraq 10 Years On: Was It Worth It?” It wasn't the most interesting question – that would still be “Was It Right?”, or “Was It Justified?” – but what appears striking from the live blog is that no ...
Arab Spring-style protests take hold in Iraq
FALLUJAH, Iraq — This restive Sunni town, the first to rebel against U.S. troops a decade ago, is rising up once again, this time against the government the Americans left behind. In an echo of the Arab Spring protests that have overturned regimes ...
At least five killed after mortar attacks against Iranian dissidents in Iraq
The mortars “led to a number of deaths and injuries among the residents,” said Eliana Nabaa, spokeswoman for the U.N. mission in Iraq. “Also a number of Iraqi policemen were injured... We cannot confirm exactly how many.” An interior ministry official, ...
Iranian dissident camp comes under fire in Iraq
At least five people have been killed in a dissident camp in Baghdad after a rocket attack. The United Nations mission in Iraq said it was aware of a number of deaths. It's understood one of the dead was a woman while over 20 have been wounded in the ...
Iraq war activists to get £4000 compensation over 2003 protest
In 2003, RAF Fairford was being used by the US air force for long-range bombing missions against Iraq at the beginning of the conflict. Most of the protesters were stopped by police at Lechlade, told to leave the coaches by police, searched, told to ...