Iraq's deputy prime minister survives assassination attempt, officials say
(CNN) -- Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Salih al-Mutlaq and another lawmaker survived an assassination attempt in Baghdad on Friday, security officials told CNN. Iraqi police said the officials' convoy was ambushed by a group of gunmen with light weapons.
Iraq: Official Disputes Assassination Allegation
Scores killed in clashes in Iraq's Ramadi
The bloodshed in Iraq has killed more than 2,500 people this year and sparked fears Iraq is slipping back into the all-out sectarian fighting of 2006-2007. At least 290 people have been killed across the country this month alone, according to AFP news ...
Officials say car bombs in Iraq's capital kill 16
Officials say car bomb in Iraq's capital kills 5
Car bombings kill 12 in Iraq
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Overcoming looting and years of war, Iraq Museum moves to reopen
Christian Science Monitor
She pulls out photographs of the Iraq pavilion at the 1938 Paris Expo and a yellowing, typewritten letter from 1921 confirming the appointment of Bell as honorary museum director. “People probably thought these archives don't exist. These are treasures ...
The Magnificent Bastards look back on a key Iraq battle
The men of 2nd Battalion, 4th Marines arrived in Ramadi in 2004 prepared to support the economy and government of a critical Sunni city in western Iraq. On April 6 those plans were cast aside when insurgents launched deadly attacks on the Marines ...
Iraq's Horrific Child Marriage Law
In a bid to please the nation's Shi'a Muslim majority ahead of parliamentary elections, Iraq's Council of Ministers has drafted a law that would legalize marital rape, as well as grant men the authority to marry girls as young as age nine. The Jaafari ...
Iraq poised to legalize marriage for girls as young as 9
Iraq wants to lower marriage age to 9, legalize marital rape, ban women from ...
Iraq ready to legalise childhood marriage
Iraq anti-government fighters block Euphrates
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Fighters in Iraq have added water to their arsenal of weapons after seizing control of a dam in the west of the country that enables them to flood certain areas and prevent government security forces from advancing against them. The dam helps ...
Iraqi insurgents block Euphrates to flood army positions near Fallujah
Iraq goes to the polls with war as an inescapable backdrop
The last time Iraq went to the polls, in 2010, US forces were in town and insurgents hovered around the edges. Now, the foreign troops are gone, but extremism has returned to overshadow a democratic watershed in a divided country. Banners pledging ...
Iraq's Sunnis Declare New Alliance to Challenge Shiite Rule
Iraq scrambles to fight polio surge amid conflict
An eye for an eye will make Iraq blind
At 'Donkey Springs', bombers choke off Iraq oil exports
Oil Minister Abdul Kareem Luaibi said this week that pumping to Turkey's Ceyhan port should resume next week after repairs to a line that carries about a fifth of Iraq's total crude exports. But managers at the NOC and security officials in Mosul ...
Militant Bombs Stop Iraq Oil for a Record 40 days
Bombs, Gunmen Kill 78, Wound 123 Across Iraq
Iraq to Resume Oil Exports to Turkey
WATCH: Rand Paul Says Dick Cheney Pushed for the Iraq War So Halliburton ...
As the ex-veep blasts Paul for being an isolationist, old video shows the Kentucky senator charging that Cheney used 9/11 as an excuse to invade Iraq and benefit his former company. —By David Corn. | Mon Apr. 7, 2014 3:00 AM PDT. Tweet.
Rand Paul in '09: Cheney pushed Iraq war to benefit Halliburton
Rand Paul: Cheney Pushed Iraq War for Halliburton
Rand Paul: Dick Cheney used 9/11 as excuse to invade Iraq for the benefit of ...