Seventeen dead in bombings and shootings in Iraq
Members of the extremist Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant are holed up inside Fallujah along with Sunni fighters angry at Maliki over what they say are policies which discriminate against Iraq's Sunni minority. The Iraqi government declared a ...
As Iraq Hands out Election IDs, Unrest Rages On
Militants Launch Several Attacks in Iraq
Violence in Iraq kills at least 14 people
Comrades say Marine heroism tale of Iraq veteran was untrue
After his death in 2004 in Fallujah, Sgt. Rafael Peralta became perhaps the most lionized Marine of the Iraq war. Shot in the head during an intense firefight, the story went, the infantryman scooped a grenade underneath his body seconds before it ...
US rejects medal of honour for fallen Iraq 'hero' Rafael Peralta
Medal of Honor Denied for a Marine who Died Fighting in Iraq
Militants shoot down Iraqi helicopter and occupy northern town
All four crew members were killed when their helicopter was downed during a reconnaissance flight over the town of Karma in Iraq's western province of Anbar, where the army is engaged in a standoff with anti-government fighters. Sunni Islamist ...
Iraq: Mortar Fire Kills at Least 21 People
New York Times
Seven mortar shells fell on the Shiite town of Musayyib, south of Baghdad, on Thursday, killing 21 people and wounding 65, Iraqi officials said. Security officials said the shells had been fired from a Sunni area near Musayyib where security forces ...
Twenty Killed In Iraq Mortar Attack
27 killed, 40 wounded in violent attacks across Iraq
Iraq mortar attack kills 17
Iraq Puppet Government Offers Financial Bounty to Extrajudicial Killers ...
Center for Research on Globalization
When the U.S. insanely offered bounties for “bad guys” in Afghanistan and Iraq, those who were turned in were largely a result of old enmities and score settling, resulting in transfer to Guantanamo, long jail sentences locally, or rendition to some US ...
Iraq: Prime Minister Offers Financial Bounty to Extrajudicial Killers
Chinese FM visits Iraq on regional issues
Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi has wrapped up his trip to Iraq and left the country. It marks the highest-level Chinese official visit in more than ten years. This was also the foreign minister's first visit to Iraq, and both political and economic ...
China's foreign minister makes rare visit to Iraq
China's foreign minister on rare visit to Iraq
Iraq government blocks Kurdish wages over oil row
Iraq's Kurdistan has accused the central government in Baghdad of blocking wages for Kurdish employees over the region's oil exports via Turkey, Press TV reports. Baghdad is withholding wages for hundreds of thousands of Kurdish employees in an attempt ...
Time for a deal, and for Turkey to stop meddling: Iraq and Kurdistan headed ...
Kurds say have not agreed to export oil via Iraq's SOMO
Iraq News in brief
Defeat Al Saud to uproot terrorism: Iraq MP
Al-Sayhood, who is a member of the Iraqi State of Law Coalition, noted that Takfiri groups are not active merely in Iraq as they are spreading terror in Syria under the name of al-Nusra Front and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). On ...
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Iraq halts military operations for 72 hours in Fallujah
Al Jazeera America
Iraq's defense ministry announced on Saturday a 72-hour halt to military operations in the besieged city of Fallujah, a key city in Anbar province, where Al-Qaeda fighters seized control in January. The announcement raises the possibility of a ...
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 ...
Bomb attacks kill at least 24 in Iraq capital
Blasts kill at least 16 in Iraq; 90 wounded
Iraq car bombs leave dozens dead as sectarian violence worsens