Iraq 10 Years Later: Participating in My Generation's Most Controversial War
Huffington Post (blog)
Many of those who served in Iraq have moved on and started their lives anew. I am among that cohort. Despite my new beginning, I'm left with memories of that war. Those memories remind me of how lucky I am to live in America. My land is secure, and no ...
Tony Blair 'Subcontracted' Iraq War Decision To George Bush Says Sir ...
Iraq war: the key players in the march to war
Iraq: Meyer critical of reasons for UK joining war
10 years after US invasion, Kurds look to the West
IRBIL, Iraq -- At an elite private school in Iraq's autonomous Kurdish region, children learn Turkish and English before Arabic. University students dream of jobs in Europe, not Baghdad. And a local entrepreneur says he doesn't like doing business ...
Iraq 10 years on: from death to dollars - how Kurds struck it rich
UPDATE 2-Iraq parliament passes budget despite Kurdish boycott
Iraq Budget Deepens Dispute Over Kurdish Oil Revenues
Gunmen kill anti-government protest organizer in northern Iraq
Gunmen kill anti-government protest organizer in northern Iraq. Published March 10, 2013. Associated Press. BAGHDAD – Iraqi officials say an anti-government protest organizer has been killed in a drive-by-shooting in the country's north. Police Lt. Col.
Iraq: Still paying a high price after a decade of abuses
Ten years after the US-led invasion that toppled the brutal regime of Saddam Hussein, Iraq remains enmeshed in a grim cycle of human rights abuses, including attacks on civilians, torture of detainees and unfair trials, said Amnesty International in a ...
Iraq suffers 'decade of abuse' after US invasion that ousted Saddam
Torture of detainees by state security is still pervasive in Iraq, report claims
Iraq's 'grim cycle of human rights abuses' since Saddam
Iraq: Security Forces Open Fire on Sunni Demonstrators in North
New York Times
The demonstrators were demanding the release of Sheikh Hussain al-Jubori, a local leader of antigovernment protests that have been going on in Iraq for two months. He was arrested early in the day on suspicion of links to Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia, the ...
IDP's finding little refuge in Iraq
Iraq: a display of declining US power
Iraq: a history that must not be repeated
Want to know what Iraq is like now? Check out 'Henry VI', parts I, II and III
Iraq has largely disappeared from the media map over the past five years. Hotels in Baghdad once full of journalists are empty as correspondents depart to fresher stories of civil war and revolutionary change in Syria, Libya and Egypt. Extreme violence ...
Iraq War stories: Brigadier General Scott Vander Hamm: 'There was a real sense ...
Three people killed in Iraq violence
Six killed in Iraq violence
Iraq war: Mark Etherington: postcolonial excitement soon replaced by crushing ...
It is a modern cliché that there was no civil plan for Iraq; and certainly the requisite homework for governing a paralysed post-war country had been inadequate. My memories of those early days resemble some fragmentary opium-dream: my role, near ...
Iraq War stories: Sergeant Major Doug Beattie: 'It wasn't mission accomplished ...
“To say our first 24 hours in Iraq was manic would be an understatement. As soon as my unit and I crossed over into Iraq from Kuwait we were handed nearly 500 enemy prisoners of war to look after, and as the sergeant major, I was effectively in charge ...
Saddam's statue: the bitter regrets of Iraq's sledgehammer man
Ten years ago, Kadom al-Jabouri became the face of the fall of Baghdad. Pictured with a sledgehammer while attempting to demolish the huge statue of Saddam Hussein in the city's Firdos Square, Jabouri's jubilant act of destruction made front pages ...
Gunmen kill protest organizer in north Iraq
KIRKUK, Iraq — Gunmen killed an anti-government protest organizer in north Iraq on Sunday, while a city council member and a farmer were shot dead in other attacks, police and doctors said. Unknown gunmen shot dead protest organizer Bnayan Sabar ...
Anti-gov't protest organizer killed in Iraq
Iraq's Shia Government Begins Crackdown On Sunni 'Terrorists'