US intercepts Iranian order for attack on US interests in Iraq: report
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States has intercepted an order from an Iranian official instructing militants in Iraq to attack U.S. interests in Baghdad in the event the Obama administration launches a military strike in Syria, the Wall Street ...
Iran-backed Iraqi militants threaten US interests inside Iraq in case of Syria ...
Iran Orders Militants in Iraq to Strike American Targets: Officials
US issues Iraq travel warning 'after Iran plot uncovered'
Tony Blair rejects claims Iraq experience affected Syria vote
Asked about whether his own actions over Iraq were partly to blame, Blair argued strongly that trust was not the factor. "There's no doubt at all that this debate on whether to act in Syria is hugely impacted and influenced by what has happened in Iraq ...
Tony Blair: Iraq is not reason public is against Syria intervention
Syria crisis: Tony Blair says Iraq 'difficulties' made MPs hesitant to act
Tony Blair: Iraq Made UK 'Hesitant' Over Syria
WATCH: Iraq Vet Thwarts Attempted Armed Robbery at Liquor Store
Liquor store clerk Jon Lewis Alexander has become an Internet sensation this week, after a video of him pulling a gun to thwart an attempted armed robbery has gone viral, USA Today reports. Video obtained by the Associated Press shows Alexander, ...
Iraq vet tells would-be robber: 'you need to get out of here before I blow ...
Video: Iraq war veteran turns tables on would-be robber
Iraq war vet thwarts store robbery
Iraq Hawks' Flip-Flop
For the first time since the Iraq War in 2002, Congress is debating military action in the Middle East. But this time around, the resistance is palpable—most notably from the very Republicans who supported President Bush in the run-up to Iraq. Their ...
'This is not Iraq': Video, transcript of Kerry's MSNBC interview
Why the Congressional Resolution on Chemical Weapons Is Completely ...
We don't want Syria becoming 'another Iraq'. But was Iraq really such a disaster?
Iraqis, Looking Across Border, See Replays of Past and Fears for the Future
New York Times
BAGHDAD — Abu Mohaned spent Tuesday night washing the bodies of victims of that evening's car bombs, preparing them for burial. When a couple of roadside bombs went off the next day, he did the same thing.
Iraq Is Still Burning
Gunmen kill 10 family members in Iraq
Iraq: Gunmen attack Shiite families, kill 16
The Times of Israel
The Cost Of Striking Syria: 4 Lessons From Iraq And Afghanistan
The miscalculations in Iraq and Afghanistan hang in the air as we weigh up whether to attack Syria. Of course, no situation is ever quite the same, and in this case the president is not urging a full-fledged invasion, just air and naval attacks. But ...
Syria isn't Iraq, but the similarities outweigh the differences
Rumsfeld concedes Iraq War influences Syria debate
'Americans support Syria strike less than Iraq, Afghanistan'
Situation at Camp Ashraf in Iraq
US Department of State (press release)
We are continuing to follow with urgency the situation at Camp Ashraf in Iraq. The United States reiterates its condemnation of the horrific attack that took place on September 1 and we express our condolences to the families and friends of the victims.
Nobel laureate urges UN to protect Iranians in Iraq
Spain condemns massacre of Iranians in Camp Ashraf, Iraq
San Francisco Chronicle
Some in Iraq want U.S. to return
San Francisco Chronicle
Hard as it might be to believe, the Iraqi government wants the United States to come back - and right away. "We need you as a partner in a flaming region," Lukman Faily, Iraqi ambassador to the United States, told me over breakfast a few days ago.
Lukman Faily: Iraq seeks strong, enduring partnership with United States
Wolfowitz: Syria isn't Iraq 2003, it's Iraq 1991
Yesterday, Joe Scarborough accused Howard Dean of sounding just like Paul Wolfowitz, one of the architects of the 2003 Iraq War. Why accept a pale imitation when we can have the genuine article? Eli Lake interviewed Wolfowitz, now at the American ...