Wall Street Journal
CIA Ramps Up Role in Iraq
Wall Street Journal
Al Qaeda in Iraq, the terrorist network's affiliate in the country, has close ties to Syria-based Jabhat al Nusra, also known as the Nusra Front, an opposition militant group that has attacked government installations and controls territory in northern ...
Qaeda Group in Iraq Says It Killed Syrian Soldiers
Al-Qaeda claims killing Syrian troops in Iraq
Al Qaeda affiliate in Iraq says it killed Syrian soldiers
Media's failure on Iraq still stings
Editor's note: Howard Kurtz is the host of CNN's "Reliable Sources" and is Newsweek's Washington bureau chief. He is also a contributor to the website Daily Download. (CNN) -- The 10th anniversary this month of the invasion of Iraq will remind most ...
The One Book the Bush Administration Should Have Read Before Invading Iraq
Reader ripostes: Iraq, 10 years on
No longer forgotten: a Kurdish view of the Iraq war
Iraq war: six lessons we still need to learn
There is a temptation to draw a line under the Iraq war and to write it off as a regrettable occurrence, best consigned to history. But there is much we can learn from the experience about the challenges facing countries in transition, the limitations ...
Attacks in Iraq Kill 12 People, Officials Say
A suicide attacker drove his explosives-laden car on Monday into a police station in northern Iraq, killing five people, while attacks elsewhere in the country killed seven other Iraqis, including a candidate for local office, officials said. The ...
Violence continues to mar life in Iraq
Iraq attacks kill seven, wound 165
8 killed, 120 wounded in attacks in Iraq
Iraq torture claims 'utterly groundless', Al-Sweady inquiry hears
Allegations that British soldiers tortured and unlawfully killed Iraqi prisoners after a firefight in 2004 are "utterly groundless" and were exploited in support of a propaganda campaign against the occupation of the country, a public inquiry heard on ...
Iraq inquiry hears claims of torture by British soldiers
Voice of America
Report: A decade after Hussein, Iraq still grapples with human rights abuses
(CNN) -- Ten years after the fall of Saddam Hussein, Iraq remains "enmeshed in a grim cycle of human rights abuses," Amnesty International said in a report Monday. "Many Iraqis today enjoy greater freedoms than they did under his Ba'athist regime, but ...
Amnesty Details Rights Abuses in Iraq 10 Years After Saddam Toppled
Amnesty: Serious rights abuses continue in Iraq 11.03.2013
Iraq: Still paying a high price after a decade of abuses
Iraq 10 years on: the legacy of war - video
Ten years after the US-led invasion of Iraq, the consequences are legion: a country divided along sectarian lines, a new authoritarian leadership, a region destabilised, western armies licking their wounds and international diplomacy discredited like ...
Al Qaeda claims killing of Syrian soldiers in Iraq
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Al Qaeda has claimed responsibility for killing 48 Syrian soldiers and state employees in Iraq last week, saying their presence proved collusion between the Shi'ite-led government in Baghdad and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
The Insiders: Still unanswered questions, 10 years after the Iraq invasion
Washington Post (blog)
Next week marks the anniversary of the beginning of the United States' second-greatest foreign policy debacle: The 2003 invasion of Iraq. Ten years on, the invasion and its aftermath still reverberate, in our domestic and foreign politics, and in the ...
Gunfire breaks out along Iraq-Kuwait border
DUBAI (Reuters) - Gunfire broke out along the Iraq-Kuwait border on Monday, sources from both sides said, in the latest sign of localized tensions over the position of the frontier that remain more than two decades after Saddam Hussein's invasion.
Shots fired during Iraq-Kuwait border protest: police
Kuwait Urges Iraq Action on Markers after Border Riot
Kuwait voices dismay to UN, Iraq over border signs maintenance sabotage