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Suicide bomber kills 7 after close of Iraq polls - Reuters Thu, 20 Jun 2013 21:37:54 GMT

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Suicide bomber kills 7 after close of Iraq polls
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The suicide bomber blew himself up at a vote-counting center in the city of Ramadi in Anbar province, killing seven people, four of whom were members of Iraq's electoral commission. Earlier on Thursday, a roadside bomb hit a bus carrying five electoral ...
Bomber targets election center after Iraqis voteMiamiHerald.com
The Agony of Iraq—and Its Lesson for Syria | The NationThe Nation. (blog)
Bombings kill 7 people in IraqYahoo! News
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Iraq, Lebanon alarmed at spreading Syria war - Reuters Thu, 20 Jun 2013 15:03:09 GMT

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Iraq, Lebanon alarmed at spreading Syria war
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BAGHDAD/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Neighboring Iraq warned that Syria's civil war is tearing the Middle East apart and Lebanon's president urged his country's Hezbollah movement on Thursday to pull its fighters out of the conflict. After two years of fighting ...
Iraq says proxy war over Syria threatens its neutralityYahoo! News
Iraq Troubled Over Neutrality Stance In Syria TurmoilCHANNELS
INTERVIEW-Iraq says proxy war over Syria threatens its neutralityReuters AlertNet (blog)
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Soldier awarded Bronze Star for service in Iraq - Yahoo! Movies (blog) Thu, 20 Jun 2013 19:42:07 GMT

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Soldier awarded Bronze Star for service in Iraq
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Deidre Hansen (left) with her son Sgt. Joshua Hansen and his children Jesse James (in hat) and Trinity Rose (Paul … Sgt. Joshua Hansen, struck nine times by IEDs, has received a Bronze Star for his service in Iraq, reports the Salt Lake Tribune.

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Iraq, Libya, Syria, Extensive US-NATO War Crimes. How the Media Buries “The ... - Center for Research on Globalization Fri, 21 Jun 2013 01:12:16 GMT

Iraq, Libya, Syria, Extensive US-NATO War Crimes. How the Media Buries “The ...
Center for Research on Globalization
'How many Iraqis, both combatants and civilians, do you think have died as a consequence of the war that began in Iraq in 2003?' An astonishing 44% of respondents estimated that less than 5,000 Iraqis had died since 2003. 59% believed that fewer than ...


UK Supreme Court says some families of soldiers killed in Iraq can sue ... - Washington Post Wed, 19 Jun 2013 12:13:32 GMT

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UK Supreme Court says some families of soldiers killed in Iraq can sue ...
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LONDON — The families of several British soldiers killed or injured in Iraq can sue the government for failing to protect them, the country's highest court ruled Wednesday. The cases have been brought by relatives of soldiers including Cpl. Stephen ...
UK defense ministry loses legal challenge over soldier deaths in IraqCNN International
Families of soldiers killed in Iraq can bring claim against UK governmentThe Guardian
Families of British soldiers killed in Iraq win right to bring damages claims ...Telegraph.co.uk
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Syria won't be another Iraq: David Cameron - Daily News & Analysis Thu, 20 Jun 2013 21:02:31 GMT

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Syria won't be another Iraq: David Cameron
Daily News & Analysis
David Cameron insisted he had "learnt the lessons of Iraq" as world leaders at the G8 summit in Northern Ireland on Tuesday set out an agreed blueprint for the future of Syria. But the prime minister was again warned not to consider arming the Syrian ...


Iraq: British soldiers' families welcome supreme court ruling - video - The Guardian Wed, 19 Jun 2013 13:30:28 GMT

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Iraq: British soldiers' families welcome supreme court ruling - video
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Families of British soldiers killed fighting in Iraq welcome a supreme court ruling that allows them to bring damages claims against the British government. Susan Smith, mother of Private Phillip Hewett, and Colin Redpath, father of Lance Corporal Kirk ...


Ban Ki-moon recommends end to Iraq sanctions - The National Wed, 19 Jun 2013 20:14:30 GMT

Ban Ki-moon recommends end to Iraq sanctions
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UNITED NATIONS // The secretary general of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, yesterday recommended moving a step closer to ending all of the UN sanctions imposed on Iraq more than two decades ago after the country's former leader, Saddam Hussein, ...


UN recommends bringing Iraq closer to ending 1990s sanctions - Yahoo! News Wed, 19 Jun 2013 00:34:39 GMT

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UN recommends bringing Iraq closer to ending 1990s sanctions
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UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Tuesday recommended bringing Iraq one step closer to ending all U.N. sanctions imposed on Baghdad more than two decades ago after former leader Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait ...
Iraq , Kuwait Chart a New PathAl-Monitor
UN Chief Urges Easing of 1990 Iraq SanctionsAntiwar.com
Terrorism supported by atit-Iraq countries, MalikiAswat Al Iraq
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First Iraq, now Syria: Looted sites, lost artifacts - Globe and Mail Fri, 21 Jun 2013 01:19:26 GMT

First Iraq, now Syria: Looted sites, lost artifacts
Globe and Mail
In April of 2003, just as Baghdad was falling to U.S. troops, looters broke into the unprotected National Museum of Iraq, making off with some 15,000 precious artifacts from ancient Mesopotamia. Ten years later, more than half of those artifacts ...

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