Voice of America
Iraq's Violence Spirals Out of Control
Voice of America
Iraq is grappling with its worst violence in years with almost daily bombings and attacks undermining the country's fragile framework and rivaling the dark days of civil unrest in 2007 and 2008. Just this week, car bombs rippled through Baghdad, part ...
Bodies of young men found in Iraq
Did the Iraq war leave Iraq in better shape?
Iraq province empowers governor to sign oil deals without Baghdad
Envoys urge UN probe of massacre at Iranian exile camp in Iraq
Los Angeles Times
A massacre this month at an Iranian exile camp in Iraq that killed 52 people under international protection was an act of premeditated slaughter and should be thoroughly investigated by the United Nations, two former foreign ministers told the world ...
UN must send peacekeepers to Camp Liberty, US representatives demand
Iraq War General Meets With the Joint Chiefs of Hollywood
George Casey, the four-star commander of the multination force in Iraq from 2004 to 2007. Casey was representing the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition. CNN's Miguel Marquez, who would have swum the Tigris River on fire for an interview with Casey during ...
Al Qaeda pushing Iraq toward civil war, ambassador says
A resurgent al Qaeda is trying to push Iraq toward a civil war, Iraq's ambassador to the United States said on Wednesday. “In recent months, levels of violence in Baghdad and elsewhere have spiked as al Qaeda and its affiliates are trying to push Iraq ...
Al Qaeda pushing Iraq towards civil war, says envoy to US
Ambassador Says Al Qaeda Poses Biggest Threat to Iraq
Hurriyet Daily News
Iraq five-year plan will attempt to diversify economy
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's government has released a five-year economic plan which will try to diversify beyond oil production and develop the industrial sector. The plan, announced this week, faces major obstacles including a rising level of sectarian ...
Bloodletting, bureaucratic bungling hamper Iraq's oil plans
Iraq 'to switch focus from oil'
Iraq to Expand Production to 12 mn barrels of oil per day by 2017
Iraq: 35 Die in Latest Round of Attacks
New York Times
A wave of car bombs rocked commercial streets in Baghdad on Tuesday, part of a series of attacks across the country that left 31 victims and 4 attackers dead. The bombings were believed to have been carried out by Sunnis aiming to undermine confidence ...
Kurdish security forces in northern Iraq cast their ballots in region's 4th ...
Dozens killed in attacks across Iraq
At least 32 killed in attacks across Iraq: police
Coverup of War Crimes in Iraq: When 'Damning Evidence' on Congenital Birth ...
Center for Research on Globalization
In a 2010 alert, 'Beyond Hiroshima – The Non-Reporting Of Fallujah's Cancer Catastrophe', we noted the almost non-existent media response to the publication of a new study that had found high rates of infant mortality, cancer and leukaemia in the Iraqi ...
Media Matters for America (blog)
Novak and Weigel Discuss Iraq 2003 and Syria 2013
National Catholic Register
10 to explain his response to a reported chemical-weapons attack in Syria, he vowed not to repeat the mistakes made by his predecessor, George W. Bush, who has been vilified for approving the 2003 invasion of Iraq, which is still mired in political ...
Bush Is Back! (And Iraq War Was A Huge Success)
Democrats who supported Syria action rewrite history on Iraq war
INSIGHT: Why Syria Is Like Iraq
Britain names ex-Iraq general as Gibraltar governor
LONDON (AFP) – Britain on Thursday named a former Royal Marine general who served in Iraq and Afghanistan to the ceremonial post of governor of Gibraltar, the territory at the centre of a fierce feud with Spain. Lieutenant-General James Benjamin Dutton ...
Iraq's Kurds to vote amid domestic, regional tensions
Iraq's Kurdish region goes to the polls on Saturday, grappling with a swathe of disputes with the central government while fellow Kurds fight bloody battles across the border in Syria. The legislative election also comes amid questions over the future ...