Iraq: 1057 Killed in July, UN Says
New York Times
The United Nations said Thursday that July was Iraq's deadliest month in more than five years, describing a series of bombings and shootings as an epidemic of sectarian-tinged violence that had killed 1,057 Iraqis and wounded 2,326. The organization's ...
Iraq endures highest monthly death toll in 5 years
Iraq Sees Deadliest Month in Years
Iraq suffers its deadliest month in five years
$2 Billion In Arms Sales to Iraq: Is It the Right Stuff?
Amid the most deadly month in Iraq in five years, the Pentagon notified Congress last week that it is nearing three deals with the government of Iraq worth nearly $2 billion that would provide military equipment, maintenance, training and general support.
Cardinals cheerleader also Iraq vet
For one Arizona Cardinals cheerleader, hearing the national anthem and seeing the American flag before games have a special meaning. It wasn't easy for Megan Welter to go from Iraq veteran to NFL cheerleader, but the journey, she said, was worth it.
Cards Cheerleader Is Iraq War Vet
Megan Welter, cheerleader for the Cardinals, is also Iraq vet
Arizona Cardinals cheerleader is an Iraq veteran
Iraq war logs in Manning case 'hit us in the face': US officer
"The ones that hit us in the face were the Iraq logs," retired Brigadier General Robert Carr said in a Fort Meade, Maryland court on Wednesday, a day after a military judge found Manning guilty of 19 charges over the leaks in 2010, the biggest breach ...
Information Leaked by Manning Ranged from Iraq to Guantanamo
July deadliest month for Iraq in five years
BAGHDAD (AFP) – Violence in Iraq, from bombings against cafes to assaults on prisons, killed about 1,000 people in July, more than any month since 2008, when the country was emerging from a bloody sectarian conflict. "We haven't seen such numbers in ...
UN: More than 1000 people killed in Iraq last month, highest monthly death ...
BAGHDAD — More than 1,000 people were killed in Iraq in July, the highest monthly death toll in five years, the U.N. said Thursday, a grim figure that shows rapidly deteriorating security as sectarian tensions soar nearly two years after U.S. troops ...
Suit Over Pa. Soldier's Death in Iraq Is Revived
A federal appeals court revived a lawsuit Thursday against a military contractor in the death of a Pittsburgh-area soldier who was electrocuted in his barracks shower at an Army base in Iraq. Staff Sgt. Ryan Maseth died in 2008 when an improperly ...
Appeals court: Judge must revisit case over negligence in Iraq death of ...
Court revives suit against contractor over W.Pa. soldier's death in Iraq
Iraq: July deadliest month in years as violence kills over 1000 people, UN reports
UN News Centre
The number of civilians killed was 928, including 204 civilian police, while the number of civilians injured was 2,109, including 338 civilian police, the UN Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) said in a news release. A further 129 members of the Iraqi ...
Pau Gasol Visits Syrian Refugees in Iraq
DOHUK, IRAQ / BARCELONA, SPAIN (July 30, 2013) – UNICEF Ambassador and National Basketball Association (NBA) star Pau Gasol, returned today to Barcelona, Spain following a visit with Syrian refugees in Iraq. Pau Gasol and UNICEF. Pau with Syrian ...
The Malay Mail Online
Iraq seeks to promote tourism despite deadly violence
The Malay Mail Online
Iraq is no stranger to tourism, with countless pilgrims visiting its religious shrines, but now the country that touts itself as the "cradle of civilisation" also wants a different kind of visitor. Though almost entirely dependent on oil exports for ...
Iraq seeks threefold tourism rise