Attacks Kill 29 People in Iraq
A wave of attacks across Iraq on Tuesday killed at least 29 people, mostly members of the security forces, while a Sunni lawmaker escaped an assassination attempt, officials said. Police officials say the deadliest of Tuesday's attacks took place at ...
Scores killed in string of Iraq attacks
At least 12 dead, 10 wounded in attacks around Iraq
27 people killed in Iraq's violence
After Decades of War, Iraq Adds Fleet of New Trains to Its Aging Railway
Photo: CSR. Brand new trains were delivered to Iraq for use on a popular railway route, another sign that the country is rebuilding the public transportation network that had fallen into disrepair over decades of neglect and war. The 10 new trains will ...
Business Intelligence Middle East
Iraq Buys $1.56 Bln of Gold, Biggest Purchase in 3 Years
Gold for immediate delivery traded at $1,314.77 an ounce in London, after sliding 28 percent last year. It reached a record $1,921.15 in September 2011. Prices averaged $1,344.71 so far this month, valuing Iraq's purchase at about $1.56 billion.
Lack Of Gold Rally On Iraq Purchase News 'Horrible' Sign - Analysts
Iraq's central bank bought 36 T of gold in March
Iraq in big government gold purchase
Iraq electoral commission resigns en masse weeks before vote
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The entire board of Iraq's electoral commission tendered its resignation on Tuesday in protest against political interference, casting doubt on a nationwide vote scheduled for next month. The Independent High Electoral Commission ...
Iraq's electoral commission board quits just weeks before general election
Iraq's election commissioners resign weeks before polls
Iraq poll commission quits over 'interference'
Not yet switched on, in any way
The Economist (blog)
FLY over southern Iraq at night and you get a glimpse of the dire state of the country's electricity. The brightest lights shine not from skyscrapers or roads, as they do in nearby Kuwait City, but from oilfields, where flares burn useless gas ...
Iraq Sees First Confirmed Case of Polio In 14 Years
Iraq has reported its first confirmed case of polio in 14 years, and the World Health Organization said displacement caused by the ongoing violence in the Anbar Province of Iraq and Syria may be to blame. A six-month old baby near Baghdad was paralyzed ...
Bombs, Clashes Leave 46 Dead, 32 Hurt Across Iraq
Displacement, violence likely cause of Iraq's first polio case in 14 years
Six-month-old boy is Iraq's first polio case in 14 years
Polio Confirmed in Iraq as Disease Spreads
The World Health Organization has confirmed a case of polio in Iraq, a sobering development that officials said may be linked to the war in Syria, where war has led to a resurgence of the crippling and deadly virus. The 6-month-old boy near Baghdad ...
Iraq war crimes lawyers received £2.5m over claims British soldiers murdered ...
At the time, Colonel Richard Kemp, who commanded UK forces in Afghanistan, said: 'Many in Iraq and Afghanistan have sought to discredit British soldiers for political purposes or have made claims for personal financial gain. 'In some cases, these ...
Iraqi officials say bombings, shootings kill 26 people in and north of Baghdad
U.S. News & World Report
BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraqi authorities say bombings and shootings have killed 26 people across the country, mostly members of the security forces. Police officials say the deadliest of Tuesday's attacks took place at night when a suicide bomber rammed his ...
A look at Mideast judicial systems
U-T San Diego
The U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay last year said Iraq's criminal justice system still doesn't function, "with numerous convictions based on confessions obtained under torture and ill-treatment, a weak judiciary and trial ...