Group: Iraq Holding Thousands of Women Illegally
Iraq authorities are illegally detaining thousands of women, including many subjected to torture, the threat of sexual abuse and other ill-treatment despite promises of reform, Human Rights Watch said Thursday. The findings by the New York-based rights ...
Iraq slammed for women prisoners abuse
Scores killed, more than 120 wounded in day of carnage across Iraq
Ambassador: Iraq Looking to Buy Arms from Iran
Iraq to auction 3G licenses for at least $307 million each: sources
Yet revenue growth has stagnated in recent years, largely because the government delayed permission for the three national operators - Zain Iraq, a unit of Kuwait's Zain, Ooredoo subsidiary Asiacell and Orange affiliate Korek - to launch 3G services.
Iraq to auction 3G licenses for at least $307 million each
US says al-Qaeda is 'skilled' in exploiting Iraq
Lawmakers in the House of Representatives gathered to assess the threat of al-Qaeda in Iraq and its offshoot, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), as a new round of bombings rocked Baghdad, killing 33 people. House Foreign Affairs Committee ...
Was American blood spilled for nothing in Iraq?
Contractors flood into Iraq to give Al-Qaeda a run for the money
US Official: Al-Qaida Responsible for Nearly All Suicide Attacks in Iraq
The making of Iraq
HISTORY has not been kind to King Faisal I of Iraq. The received view is that he was a failure, since the British-backed monarchy he helped to establish was swept away by a military coup in 1958. Some Arab nationalists have gone further, branding him a ...
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Kurds from Iraq wage holy war in Syria with one eye on home
The trend is alarming for Iraqi Kurdistan, a region that has managed to shield itself from the violence afflicting the rest of Iraq and nearby Syria, and to attract investment from some of the world's largest oil companies. "Definitely, it's a big ...
Kurdish independence movement gains momentum in Iraq
Iraq car bombs cause carnage around Baghdad
BAGHDAD -- A new series of car bombings in and around Baghdad on Monday killed at least 16 people, officials said, as Iraq's Shiite-led government grapples with a stubborn Sunni extremist-led insurgency in the western Anbar province. In the town of ...
Iraq needs law to protect minorities
Supporters of a law on minority rights in Iraq are working to finalize a draft with the hope that the next parliament will act on it, following legislative elections scheduled for April 30. Given the narrow demographic space religious and ethnic ...
Four bombs hit central Baghdad, killing 23
The blasts came a day after two rockets were fired into the Green Zone, home to the prime minister's office and Western embassies, and are likely to heighten concerns about Iraq's ability to protect strategic sites as security deteriorates. No group ...
Iraq says kills 57 Islamist militants in Sunni province
There was no independent verification of the toll among the militants, said to be members of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), a jihadi group also fighting in Syria. ISIL militants and other Sunni groups angered by the Shi'ite-led ...
Car bombings in Iraq kill at least 16 people
Iraq struck by deadly car bomb attacks
Turns Out, Joe Biden Was Right About Dividing Iraq
A Syria Hawk's Failure to Learn the Lessons of Iraq
The hawkish Washington Post columnist Richard Cohen took to Slate in 2008 to explain and lament his support for the Iraq War, noting that he wouldn't have been as keen on the invasion if he'd known it "would grind on for more than five years." (The ...