Iraq denies reports it bought weapons from Iran
The Iraq government Tuesday denied reports that it had signed contracts to buy weapons, ammunition or other military equipment from Iran but the White House nevertheless pressed for answers at the highest levels. Iraq's Ministry of Defense said ...
US Congress should reconsider Iraq helicopters after Iran report: McCain
Under US pressure, Iraq denies Iran arms deals
Iran to Sell Arms and Ammunition to Iraq
State Department pressing Iraq for answers after report of arms deal with Iran
The State Department raised "serious" concerns Monday following a report that claimed Iraq has struck a $195 million arms and ammunition deal with Iran, in possible violation of a U.N. embargo. Reuters reported Monday afternoon that documents reviewed ...
Books|The Madness of War Told in the First Person
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“You can't describe it to someone who wasn't there,” says a Marine who's served in Iraq, “you can hardly remember how it was yourself because it makes so little sense. And to act like somebody could live and fight for months” there “and not go insane ...
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Exclusive: Iraq signs deal to buy arms, ammunition from Iran - documents
The agreement was reached at the end of November, the documents showed, just weeks after Iraq's Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki returned from lobbying the Obama administration in Washington for extra weapons to fight al Qaeda-linked militants. Some in ...
Iran, Iraq Sign Secret $195 Million Arms Deal, Causing Alarm In Washington
Iran May Be Breaking a UN Embargo by Selling Arms to Iraq
Report: Iraq broke embargo on Iran by purchasing weapons
Bombings and shootings kill 26 around Iraq
In western Anbar province, where government forces are fighting rebellious Sunni tribes and an al Qaeda splinter group, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, three soldiers were killed and 18 others wounded when a car bomb rammed into the entrance ...
Iraq bombers target crowds and council HQ
Iraq: Baghdad Car Bombing Kills at Least 15 People
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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
ISIL Still in Control of Fallujah Iraq
Violence claims 17 lives in Iraq
UK troops mentally resilient despite Iraq, Afghan conflicts
LONDON (Reuters) - Intervention strategies have helped mitigate the psychological impact on British soldiers of more than 10 years of conflict in Iraq and Afghanistan, a new study suggests, leaving them mentally healthier than their U.S. peers. But the ...
Mental health of most UK troops serving in Afghanistan and Iraq is 'resilient'
British soldiers surprisingly resilient to PTSD after Iraq, Afghanistan tours
One in five veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan have turned to drink ...
Iraq denies violating sanctions on Iran
TEHRAN // Iraq's foreign minister, Hoshyar Zebari, on Wednesday denied reports that his country is violating United Nations sanctions against Iran by buying arms from the Islamic Republic. Baghdad has been under pressure from Washington, the largest ...
Iraq confirms stance on Iranian weapons
Iran-Iraq border issues resolved
Iraq's FM Zebari Due in Tehran Tonight
Iraq signs deal to buy arms, ammunition from Iran
Iran has signed a deal to sell Iraq arms and ammunition worth $195 million, according to documents seen by Reuters - a move that would break a UN embargo on weapons sales by Tehran. The agreement was reached at the end of November, the documents ...
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 ...