<< Back


Officials: Insurgents Kill 17 People Across Iraq - TIME Wed, 03 Jul 2013 16:25:07 GMT

Officials: Insurgents Kill 17 People Across Iraq
TIME
(BAGHDAD) — Suicide attacks, bombings and shootings erupted across Iraq Wednesday, killing at least 17, officials said, the latest in a surge of attacks that has raised concerns about all-out sectarian fighting. The deadliest attack was in Baghdad's ...


FIFA again bans Iraq from hosting friendlies - Fox News Wed, 03 Jul 2013 18:06:33 GMT

NDTV

FIFA again bans Iraq from hosting friendlies
Fox News
AFP/File. BAGHDAD (AFP) – FIFA on Wednesday barred Iraq from hosting international football friendlies due to a massive surge in nationwide violence, barely three months after world football's governing body gave Baghdad the go-ahead. The Iraqi ...
FIFA bars Iraq from holding friendly football matches againXinhua

all 5 news articles »

Amid fresh violence in Iraq, UN envoy tells authorities 'this carnage must stop' - UN News Centre Wed, 03 Jul 2013 15:23:18 GMT

UN News Centre

Amid fresh violence in Iraq, UN envoy tells authorities 'this carnage must stop'
UN News Centre
3 July 2013 – The top United Nations official in Iraq today condemned in the strongest terms a wave of deadly attacks across the country and reiterated his calls on Government officials to halt the violence. “This carnage must stop,” said Martin Kobler ...
UN envoy to Iraq condemns continuing bloodshed across IraqShanghai Daily (subscription)
UN envoy condemns deadly attacks in IraqGlobal Times

all 3 news articles »

Korea Republic, Iraq reach quarters - FOXSports.com Wed, 03 Jul 2013 23:11:50 GMT

FOXSports.com

Korea Republic, Iraq reach quarters
FOXSports.com
South Korea beat Colombia in a penalty shootout at the Under-20 World Cup on Wednesday to join Ghana, Chile and Iraq in the quarterfinals. Having played out a 1-1 draw after extra time, Colombia was trailing 8-7 in the shootout when defender Daivy ...
U-20 World Cup - Ghana stun Portugal, Iraq dream continuesYahoo! Eurosport UK

all 102 news articles »

'No girls allowed': Iraq war vet Rep. Tulsi Gabbard on opening combat missions ... - Yahoo! News Wed, 03 Jul 2013 11:53:43 GMT

'No girls allowed': Iraq war vet Rep. Tulsi Gabbard on opening combat missions ...
Yahoo! News
Ask Rep. Tulsi Gabbard why she supports the military's new policy to allow women to serve in combat roles, and the Iraq war veteran speaks from experience. “I can tell you during my deployment, there were missions that I-- volunteered for and was not ...

and more »

Iraq: UN educational agency condemns killing of Baghdad university professor - UN News Centre Wed, 03 Jul 2013 19:07:40 GMT

UN News Centre

Iraq: UN educational agency condemns killing of Baghdad university professor
UN News Centre
3 July 2013 – The United Nations educational agency in Iraq today condemned the killing of a professor at the University of Baghdad and urged authorities to investigate the murder. According to security reports, Dr. Ahmed Shakir, a specialist in ...

and more »

Sectarian fears as Iraq bombs kill dozens - Aljazeera.com Tue, 02 Jul 2013 17:29:10 GMT

Aljazeera.com

Sectarian fears as Iraq bombs kill dozens
Aljazeera.com
A wave of attacks in Iraq, mostly targeting Shia Muslims, including a spate of market bombings, has killed at least 46 people, police and medics have said. Tuesday's deadliest violence stuck the capital, with five car bombs ripping through markets ...
Officials: Bombs, clashes kill at least 56 in IraqYahoo! News
Two bomb attacks in Iraq leave 10 people deadPress TV
MIDEAST > Iraq attacks death toll rises to 57Hurriyet Daily News
Reuters
all 184 news articles »

Iraq Free of Chapter 7: The Good and Bad - Rudaw Thu, 04 Jul 2013 00:57:58 GMT

Iraq Free of Chapter 7: The Good and Bad
Rudaw
SULAIMANI, Kurdistan Region – The lifting of the United Nations' Chapter 7 sanctions against Iraq is receiving mixed reaction among Iraqis, with some welcoming the move and others worried about its impact, given existing ethnic, sectarian and political ...

and more »

Iraq attacks on Shiites kill 113 in three days - Fox News Wed, 03 Jul 2013 11:12:37 GMT

Iraq attacks on Shiites kill 113 in three days
Fox News
BAGHDAD (AFP) – A bombing on Baghdad's southern outskirts killed seven people Wednesday, the latest in a three-day wave of bloodshed targeting Shiite Muslims that has left 113 dead amid fears Iraq is slipping back into all-out sectarian war. The surge ...


Iraq's Booming Economy Lures Western Banks - Fox Business Tue, 02 Jul 2013 16:11:23 GMT

Iraq's Booming Economy Lures Western Banks
Fox Business
Last week banking giant Citigroup (C) revealed plans to dip its toes into a volatile market that was unthinkable just years ago: Iraq. By becoming the first U.S. lender to establish a physical presence in once-war torn Iraq, Citi is hoping to ...

and more »