US plans to move Iranian exile group out of Iraq hit snag
Los Angeles Times
WASHINGTON — The State Department's decade-long effort to find a new home for a controversial Iranian opposition group has ground to a near halt only days after the announcement that the exiles had begun moving from Iraq to permanent homes in ...
UK ordered to hold inquests into civilian deaths during Iraq war
The court rejected calls for a single public inquiry to be held to examine British military detention and interrogation practices during the six-year occupation of the south-east of Iraq, on the grounds that such an inquiry would take too long and cost ...
High Court Calls For 'New Approach' To Iraq Abuse Allegations Against British ...
Iraq Abuse Inquiry: Court Orders New Approach
Court calls for probe into claims British troops in Iraq took part in 'acts of ...
Iraq: Seven Soldiers Die in Two Attacks
New York Times
Gunmen killed at least seven soldiers in central Iraq on Thursday, officials said. Militants attacked an army checkpoint in the town of Taji, killing four soldiers and wounding four others, two police officers said. Another group of militants exchanged ...
Strife in Iraq
Syria's Civil War Fuels Violence in Iraq
'US opened Pandora's box in Iraq, regional sectarian violence almost ...
High court orders new approach to Iraq abuse inquiry
The high court has called for a new approach to an inquiry into allegations that British troops committed "terrifying acts of brutality" following the invasion of Iraq. The defence secretary, Philip Hammond, is investigating the claims of human rights ...
Iraq vows action against Kurdistan crude sales
SYDNEY: Iraq has vowed to take legal action against companies to halt Kurdistan's crude oil sales to Turkey. "Any oil that is taken out of the country and payments not made to the Iraqi people through the central government is considered to be taking ...
Iraq pledges legal action against Kurdistan oil exports to Turkey
Iraq vows to halt oil from KRG to Turkey
Kurdistan export pipeline nearly complete
Sunnis want federal region in Iraq
Long War Journal
Al Jazeera reports on demands for an autonomous Sunni federal region in Iraq, as protests and threats of insurgency continue. Link Comments (0). READER COMMENTS: "Sunnis want federal region in Iraq". COMMENTS POLICY (Please Read) ...
How Iraq Can Pull Back From the Brink
dividing iraq: now is the time to split the country in half
Foreign Policy (blog)
Did commanding an Army division in Iraq hurt one's chances of promotion?
Foreign Policy (blog)
That discovery of his indicates that the Army of the Iraq-Afghanistan era is out of step from the historical tradition that, for an officer, time in combat is the royal road to advancement. I can't think of other wars in which service in combat hurt an ...
Remembering Iraq: A FOX News Radio Special Hour 1
FOX News Radio
In this hour of our Memorial Day special on the Iraq War, we will talk with host of FOX News Channel's “War Stories” Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North as well as contributors to the book “Fire and Forget: Short Stories from the Long War”. We will also ...
Iraq's Future Uncertain Amid Political Turmoil
The recent quarrel, exchange of accusations and threats — which took place between the head of Iraq's executive branch, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, and the head of the legislative branch, parliamentary speaker Osama al-Nujaifi — cannot be ...
Readout of Vice President Biden's Call with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki