Rising Violence in Iraq Spurs Fears of New Sectarian War
New York Times
BAGHDAD — In what appeared to be a new phase in an intensifying conflict that has raised fears of greater bloodshed and a wider sectarian war, Iraqi soldiers opened fire from helicopters on Sunni gunmen hiding in a northern village on Wednesday ...
Clashes continue in Iraq; at least 17 more die
Iraq, on edge over violence, endures more bloodshed
Iraq on edge after raid fuels deadly Sunni unrest
Brit Convicted of Selling Fake Bomb Detectors, Iraq Still Using Them
An antenna on a black hinge was once a silly, useless gift for anyone trying to find lost golf balls. But British businessman Jim McCormick claimed the device could detect bombs, drugs, even ivory, turning a piece of plastic into a multi-million dollar ...
Iraq Still Uses Fake Bomb Detectors
Conman 'sold golf ball finders as bomb detectors'
UK businessman found guilty of selling fake bomb detectors to Iraq
Reid: Replace Sequester With War Money
The Overseas Contingency Operation is the designation used in the Department of Defense budget for money used to fund the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. At the start of FY2013, $96.7 billion was allocated for OCO, including money for the State Department ...
New York Times
Dozens Killed in Battles Across Iraq as Sunnis Escalate Protests Against ...
New York Times
BAGHDAD — Gun battles erupted in cities with Sunni majorities across Iraq on Tuesday after security forces from the Shiite-led government stormed a Sunni protest encampment in a village near the northern city of Kirkuk. The clashes left dozens dead ...
Dozens killed in wave of Iraq violence
Iraq violence sparks fears of a Sunni revolt
Iraq Raids Protesters' Camp
UN News Centre
Iraq's local elections A damp squib
The Economist (blog)
While the security measures temporarily stopped the bombings that are still a regular feature of life (and death) in Iraq, they did not prevent assassinations of political candidates. More than a dozen were killed, all of them Sunnis, a minority among ...
Iraq: UN envoy expresses disappointment at election delays in two provinces
Iraq sets July 4 for local elections in 2 Sunni provinces
Iraq's provincial elections, a major test of democracy
PM Note: Exclusive – George W. Bush on Iraq, Post-Presidency, and How ...
ABC News (blog)
Bush Still 'Very Comfortable' With Iraq Decision – “We're just laying out the facts. And that was a fact,” Bush said. “I am comfortable in the decision-making process. I think the removal of Saddam Hussein was the right decision for not only our own ...
Bush 'comfortable' with decision to invade Iraq - GlobalPost
George W. Bush Is 'Very Comfortable' With His Decision to Invade Iraq - Gawker
Bush: I'm 'Very Comfortable' With Decision on Iraq
Has this Iraq war nurse been fatally poisoned by radioactive dust from our own ...
On the wall at Katrina Brown's home is a treasured photograph of her beaming with joy in Iraq, her arms around two Army friends. In another picture she is in uniform, standing near the British Army's 34 Field Hospital in Iraq where she was serving as a ...
Toxic Iraq, the real WMDs: children dying in cancer epidemic caused by U.S. ...
Shawki Omar, US citizen held in Iraq prison, abused and discriminated against ...
Omar's case is unique in one way: He was the first known American to be slated for trial in Iraq's post-Saddam Hussein courts. He is also one of only five American citizens in Iraqi custody. But his allegations of mistreatment are far from unusual ...
Sunnis Are Awakening Once Again in Iraq
Security forces for the Shiite-led Iraqi government raided a Sunni protest camp in northern Iraq on Tuesday, igniting violence around the country that left at least 36 people dead. The unrest led two Sunni officials to resign from the government and ...
Is Obamacare really the Iraq War?
Washington Post (blog)
A contributor to the human, economic, and political disaster that was the Iraq War was the flawed information loop that the war's supporters bought into early on. The only information that was credible to them was information that supported the war ...