Christian Science Monitor
Obama's 'red line' on Syria: An Iraq-like 'slam dunk' moment? (+video)
Christian Science Monitor
President Obama said a 'red line' would be crossed if the Syrian regime used chemical weapons against rebels. Might that propel the US into war, as those elusive 'weapons of mass destruction' did in Iraq? By Brad Knickerbocker, Staff writer / April 27 ...
Syria and the Ghosts of Iraq
UK PM repeating Iraq scenario on Syria?
Syria: US manipulating chemical weapons evidence, like it did with Iraq
Iraq PM: Regional strife stoking sectarianism
Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has appeared to lay the blame for rising sectarian violence in Iraq on the civil war in Syria, saying in televised remarks that such strife "came back to Iraq, because it began in another place in this region". More than ...
Group Tied to Old Guard Could Gain in Iraq Unrest
Iraq's Sunnis Form Tribal Army, As Sectarian Violence Builds
Attack bolsters civil war fears in Iraq
Syrians Report Broad Fighting and Suspicious Airstrike
New York Times
Some accused Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki of Iraq, whose Shiite-dominated government is engrossed in a worsening conflict with Sunni militants, of ordering the strike. Others said the plane was a Syrian Air Force MiG that had crossed into Iraqi ...
Syria Rebels Blame Iraq for Eastern Air Strike
Oil Rich Iraq Gases People US Invades, Non Oil Rich Syria Gases People No ...
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Violence in Iraq's Kirkuk intensifies
Demonstrations against Iraq's Shia-led government, which first started in December, have spiralled in recent days across the country, with more than 200 people reported to have been killed. Attacks followed a deadly police raid on anti-government ...
Iraq's Maliki points to Syria over deadly sectarian unrest
Sectarian strife has returned to Iraq from elsewhere in the region, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said on Saturday, in a likely reference to war-torn Syria. A civil war pitting mainly Sunni Muslim rebels against the regime of Syrian President Bashar al ...
Iraq's bloody week continues with security officials killed
Iraq's bloody week continues with security officials killed. Gunmen have killed five soldiers near a prominent Sunni protest camp west of Iraq's capital, Baghdad. A further five militiamen were shot at a checkpoint north of Baghdad. Gunmen stopped a ...
Iraq PM points to Syria over deadly 'sectarian' unrest
BAGHDAD: Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri Al-Maliki pointed a finger on Saturday at the civil war in neighboring Syria for the return of sectarian strife to Iraq, as a five-day wave of violence has killed 215 people. And the head of the Sahwa anti-Qaeda ...
Volunteers fix the home of Round Rock Iraq Veteran
ROUND ROCK -- Sanding down a door, doing yard work and building a shed may not sound like the ideal Saturday morning but more than two dozen volunteers from the Association of the United States Army, Wounded Warrior Project and TexVet say they ...
Bush's legacy is more than Iraq
During Thursday's dedication of his presidential library at Southern Methodist University, nary a word was spoken about the most controversial aspect of his tenure, the invasion of Iraq. All living presidents were in attendance and made only generic ...
Iraq: The Sectarian Divide
International Crisis Group
The months-long standoff in Iraq between Sunni Arab protesters and the central government has begun a perilous, downward slide toward confrontation. The emergence of an arc of instability and conflict linking Lebanon, Syria and Iraq, fuelled by ...