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Iraq Bombarded by Deadly Sectarian Violence in Bloodiest Month Since 2008
April was the bloodiest month since 2008 in Iraq, where widespread sectarian violence killed more than 700 people. Coordinated attacks were responsible for most serious string of violence since American troops left that country almost 18 months ago.
Iraq Violence Leads To Deadliest Month In 5 Years - Huffington Post
Bomb Explosion at Iraq Mosque Kills 7
Lethal bomb blast targets Sunni Muslim mosque in Iraq
New York Daily News
April deadliest month in Iraq since June 2008: UN
New York Daily News
April was Iraq's bloodiest month for almost five years, with 712 people killed in bomb attacks and other violence, the United Nations Iraq mission said on Thursday. Iraq has grown more volatile as the civil war in neighboring Syria strains fragile ...
UN: April deadliest month in Iraq since June 2008
April the deadliest month in Iraq in 5 years
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Goldman Winner Restores Iraq's Marshes
The 2013 Goldman Prize winners are Azzam Alwash (Asia), who has helped restore marshlands in his native Iraq; Nohra Padilla (South and Central America), who has organized recycling “waste pickers” in Colombia; Jonathan Deal (Africa), who fights ...
McCain on the Border: Use Technology from the Iraq War, Stop Encourging ...
TUCSON, Ariz.—On Wednesday, while driving to a house on the U.S.-Mexico border, I caught Sen. John McCain giving an interview to one of the state's increasingly receptive conservative talk radio hosts. A key point, one that McCain returned to several ...
As Tensions Boil Over, How Might Iraq Prevent Return to Chronic Violence?
Ray Suarez talks with former U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Ryan Crocker and Feisal Istrabadi, Iraq's former deputy ambassador to the United Nations, about the upsurge in Iraqi violence and boiling political pressures, how the conflict in Syria has spilled ...
16 killed, many injured in two separate attacks in Iraq
The attacks come a day after the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) said that April 2013 was Iraq's deadliest month since June 2008, with a total of 712 people killed and 1,633 wounded in bomb attacks and other forms of violence." At ...
Tonight: An encore presentation of Hubris: Selling the Iraq War
With the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum opening this week and raising the need for a factual antidote to its "special kind of propaganda" and overall outrageousness, tonight seemed like a good night for a re-air of Rachel Maddow's ...
Iraq still using James McCormick's fake bomb detectors at checkpoints
James McCormick, a British businessman, made an estimated £50 million ($76 million/59 million euros) selling the “bomb detectors, ” based on a novelty golf ball finder, to Iraq and other countries. He was sentenced on Thursday to 10 years in jail for ...
Gadgets are essentially hand-held aerials fixed to plastic hinges
Brit who sold golf ball finders as bomb detectors to Iraq, sentenced to 10 years
Iraq: Seller Of Fake Bomb Detectors Jailed In Britain
Iraq still using phony bomb detectors at checkpoints - GlobalPost
James McCormick, a British businessman, made an estimated £50 million ($76 million/59 million euros) selling the "bomb detectors," said to be based on a novelty golf ball finder, to Iraq and other countries. He was sentenced on Thursday to 10 years in ...
Iraq signs $830 million deal for more F-16s
BAGHDAD, May 3 (UPI) -- Amid growing concerns the Middle East faces major security threats, Iraq has ordered a second batch of Lockheed Martin F-16IQ fighters worth $830 million. The contract underlines Iraq's drive to give its postwar air force a ...