Al Jazeera America
Bombings Kill 15 People Across Iraq
A series of bombings across Iraq killed 15 people Saturday, including a soldier and his entire family, authorities said. Police said that the day's deadliest attack struck Muqdadiyah, when two explosions targeting the home of a soldier killed him, his ...
Bombings hit several towns across Iraq
Bombings in Iraq Kill 12
Iraq hit by multiple fatal bombings
ABC Reports Al Qaeda's Resurgence In Iraq; Ignores Obama and His Brag They ...
In an exclusive report Thursday on al Qaeda's resurgence in Iraq, ABC's Martha Raddatz ignored President Obama's boast in 2012 that "al Qaeda is on the path to defeat." Raddatz's story aired on Thursday's ABC World News. In fact, the name "Obama" never ...
Do Syria and Iraq still exist?
UN says 140000 fled violence in Iraq's Anbar
28 killed in fresh wave of violence in Iraq
Brookings Institution (blog)
Iraq politician warns elections may further alienate Sunnis
Nujaifi held talks this week with President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and other senior U.S. officials, as violence appears to be spilling into Iraq from the war in neighboring Syria, and as tensions grow between Iraq's Sunnis and Shi'ite ...
Nujaifi Blasts Maliki in Washington, Calls for US Support in Iraq's War on Terror
Iraq's sectarian war threatens the Middle East
Usama al-Nujayfi: Iraq Wants US Advice and Support, But Not Interference
Bombings in Iraq Kill 6
Voice of America
The deadly attack northeast of the capital, Baghdad, is the latest incident of increased violence in recent months in Iraq. Several hundred people have been killed this month alone, mainly in clashes between Sunni and Shi'ite Muslims. Print · Share ...
Shelling and bombings in Iraq kill 19
Faced with a weeks-long standoff in Anbar province, west of Baghdad, and Iraq's worst protracted unrest since 2008, authorities have been urged by foreign leaders to pursue political reconciliation in a bid to undercut support for militants. But Prime ...
Iraq violence kills 15 as January toll tops 800
The latest bloodshed, which pushed the death toll for January to more than 800, comes just months ahead of parliamentary elections slated to take place on April 30, and has stoked fears Iraq is slipping back into all-out conflict. Faced with a weeks ...
Bombings kill 12 people in Iraq
A series of bombings in and north of Baghdad on Saturday killed 12 people, including a soldier and his entire family, said Iraqi officials. Police officials said that in the deadliest attack, two blasts in Muqdadiyah targeted the home of a soldier ...
Iraq cities exodus to increase by tens of thousands, say officials
The standoff, now into its second month, shows no sign of being defused. Iraq's prime minister Nouri al-Maliki has insisted he is prepared to order an attack to dislodge the resurgent al-Qaida groups who are trying to reclaim Anbar province as a ...
15 people killed in Iraq bombings
No one immediately claimed responsibility for Saturday's attacks. But multiple bombings against civilians and security forces are frequently the work of the al Qaida affiliate in Iraq, which has been emboldened by successes of its fellow militants in ...
Turkey Finds High-Grade Oil on Its Border With Iraq
This article was written by Oilprice.com -- the leading provider of energy news in the world. The past decade has seen Turkey's economy take off, but one significant drag on its performance is the country's paucity of indigenous hydrocarbon resources, ...