Christian Science Monitor
Iraq's cold war leaves country on edge (+video)
Christian Science Monitor
During Iraq's provincial election, Shiite politician and cleric Muqtada al-Sadr allied with Sunni political blocs to successfully challenge Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's ruling party – a brief glimmer of hope that Iraq was edging toward ...
33 killed in blast at Iraq mosque
Iraq Officials Say Blasts at Shiite Mosque Kill 35
(BAGHDAD) — A suicide attacker staged a double bombing near a Shiite mosque in northern Baghdad as worshippers were leaving after evening prayers on Wednesday, killing at least 35 in the latest deadly episode of violence to rock the country, according ...
Day of carnage leaves nearly 40 dead throughout Iraq
Western oilmen in Iraq brace for Syria backlash
Iraq mosque bomb kills 39
Syria resolution a tough sell for lawmakers who served in Iraq and Afghanistan
The challenge facing President Obama as he has pushed Congress to authorize using military force against the Syrian government is perhaps best reflected in two lawmakers who once deployed into battle. They joined up in the years after the Sept. 11 ...
How Syria Is Like Iraq
Obama's Syria speech stirs Iraq deja vu
Syria and the Specter of Iraq
Relocation of Remaining Individuals from Camp Ashraf to Camp Hurriya in Iraq
US Department of State (press release)
The United States welcomes today's safe arrival at Camp Hurriya of the remaining 42 individuals from the Mujahedin-e-Khalq (MEK) who had been residing at Camp Ashraf. These individuals were survivors of the horrific attack that took place on September ...
Iranian exiles leave disputed Camp Ashraf in Iraq
Iranian exiles claim Iraq plans to deport 7 members to Iran, a charge Baghdad ...
Urgent call on US, UN to stop Iraq's extradition of 7 Camp Ashraf hostages to Iran
Yahoo! Eurosport UK
Iraq Tries Novel Ways to Curb Rising Violence
Iraq Tries Novel Ways to Curb Rising Violence. BAGHDAD September 11, 2013 (AP). By SAMEER N. YACOUB Associated Press. Associated Press. Iraqi authorities are resorting to desperate measures to quell rising violence, ordering huge numbers of cars ...
Gallery View:Football Photos
Building a moat, bulldozing soccer fields: Iraq takes unusual measures to curb ...
Washington Post (blog)
Kerry Spins His Record on Iraq
Secretary of State John Kerry recently revised the historical record to say both he and Chuck Hagel, now the secretary of defense, “opposed the president's decision to go into Iraq” as senators. Both voted to give President Bush the authority to use ...
Kerry's claim that he opposed Bush's invasion of Iraq
John Kerry accused of lying about being opposed to the Iraq War as he built ...
Obama and Kerry Are Now Stuck in Iraq
The Atlantic Wire
Thinking Titstare Was Tasteless Is as Bad as Supporting the Iraq War: Inside ...
The Atlantic Wire
Elias Bizannes, one of the four judges for the TechCrunch Disrupt Hackathon, argues that believing that Titstare is representative of sexism in the tech world is "just as bad as the majority of American's who thought Al-Qaeda was in Iraq," by way of ...
Hurriyet Daily News
BP signs deal on controversial north Iraq oilfield
KIRKUK, Iraq (AFP) – British energy giant BP has signed a deal with Baghdad on an oilfield at the heart of a dispute between the central government and Kurdish authorities in northern Iraq, officials said Wednesday. The agreement calls for the company ...
ENERGY > Iraq signs deal with BP to revive northern oilfield
BP to Help Revive Iraq's Kirkuk Oil Field
UPDATE 2-Iraq signs deal with BP to revive northern Kirkuk oilfield
Series of attacks leave more than a dozen dead across Iraq
At least 14 civilians were killed in Iraq on Tuesday as unidentified assailants carried out separate attacks on several cities across the country, according to medical and security officials. In the eastern city of Baqouba, which lies some 60 ...
Separate bombings in Iraq kill at least 14 civilians, wound 48, officials say
Violence in Iraq kills 16, wounds 32
Iraq officials say bombings kill at least 14
Fox Hosts Iraq Surge Salesman Bradley Blakeman To Argue "We Shouldn't Be ...
Media Matters for America (blog)
Fox News hosted former Bush official Bradley Blakeman to discuss "selling a military strike on Syria," and in the course of that discussion Blakeman argued that "we shouldn't be sold a war." But Blakeman was part of a team that "sold" the public on the ...