After Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Brain-Injured Veterans Search for Solace
Wall Street Journal
Ten years ago Cpl. Justin Bunce was on patrol in Iraq when shrapnel from a bomb ripped through his right side, and severely damaged his brain. His family and his doctors have spent the decade since trying to restore Justin to the man they knew.
UPDATE 2-Iraq says Kurds agree to export oil via central marketing body
The region has previously insisted it will export crude on its own terms, bypassing Iraq's State Oil Marketing Organisation (SOMO), but Shahristani said the Kurds had finally relented. "After hours of meetings, we have agreed that our brothers in the ...
Kurds Bypass Iraq Government, Build Oil Pipeline To Turkey
Kurds say have not agreed to export oil via Iraq's SOMO
To Be or Not to Be in Iraq, That is the Question
Iraq: at least 49 killed in several Baghdad bomb blasts
No group immediately claimed responsibility but Shi'ites are often targeted by Sunni Islamist insurgents who have been gaining ground in Iraq over the past year and overran several towns in recent weeks. In separate incidents in the northern city of ...
Wave of car bombs hit central Iraq
Blasts kill at least 16 in Iraq; 90 wounded
Bomb attacks kill at least 24 in Iraq capital
Former US soldier jailed for Iraq atrocities dies
Defense lawyers argued that the stress of the combat environment after the 2003-U.S. led invasion of Iraq had prompted Green to commit his crimes. He had been discharged from the U.S. army for what was described as a personality disorder before the ...
US soldier convicted of Iraq rape, murders found hanged in prison
(Reuters) - A former U.S. Army soldier sentenced to life in prison for the 2006 rape and murder of a 14-year-old Iraqi girl and killing of her parents and sister, was found hanged in his cell, The Los Angeles Times reported on Tuesday, citing prison ...
US Soldier Convicted of Crimes in Iraq Found Hanged in Prison
Iraq War criminal's lawyer: 'Last tragic chapter of a tragic case'
Man convicted of killing family in Iraq kills himself
Iraq offers $17200 reward for killing jihadists
Iraq's government has offered a reward of $17,200 (£10,300) for each foreign militant killed from al-Qaeda or the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIS), a former affiliate. A larger reward of $25,800 (£15,500) is being offered for the capture of ...
Iraq offers hefty bounties for jihadists
Iraq Offers Hefty Bounties for Killing, Capturing Jihadists
27 killed, 40 wounded in violent attacks across Iraq
BAGHDAD, Feb. 20 (Xinhua) -- At least 27 people were killed and 40 others wounded in violent attacks across Iraq on Thursday, police said. Three mortar shells fell on a popular market in the town of Musayyib, 40 km south of Baghdad, killing 17 people ...
Mortar attack strikes former insurgent stronghold in Iraq, killing at least 15 ...
Iraq mortar attack kills 17
Mortar attack hits mainly Shiite town in Iraq, killing at least 22 people
Iraq War veteran David Colón seeking Democratic nomination for state Rep ...
An Iraq War veteran is running for the York County state House seat currently held by Rep. Stan Saylor. david colon.jpg Iraq War veteran David ColÃ³n is seeking the Democratic nomination for the state House seat currently held by Rep. Stan Saylor ...
Iraq War veteran David Colon seeking Democratic nomination for 94th state House
Windsor Democrat, an Iraq veteran, running for 94th House District
Escaped Inmates From Iraq Fuel Syrian Insurgency
New York Times
BAGHDAD — A series of daring but little noticed breakouts from Iraqi prisons has freed hundreds of hardened militants who are now among the leaders and foot soldiers of the radical Sunni groups operating in neighboring Syria and, increasingly, in Iraq ...
Former U.S. Ambassador to Iraq: Russia 'Doesn't Know How to Behave'
Chris Hill, former U.S. Ambassador to Iraq and Dean of the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver, appeared on MSNBC with Andrea Mitchell on Thursday to discuss the escalating crisis in Ukraine and Russia's role in ...