Iraq Debates Law That Would Allow Men To Marry 9-Year-Old Girls
A stroll through the Baghdad Book Fair last month was a lesson in today's cultural norms in Iraq. The books — gold-embossed, neatly arrayed — were almost all religious, and most of the customers were men. But in the middle of the white pavilion, a ...
13 people killed in attacks across Iraq
Officials say attacks kill 13 people in Iraq
Slate Magazine (blog)
The Iowa Republican Senator-to-Be Who Thinks Iraq Had WMD
Slate Magazine (blog)
Pat Caldwell got a response from the campaign—Ernst was making "the point was that we know for a fact that Iraq had chemical weapons in the past, and had even used them." This wasn't exactly what Ernst said, and while she gets piñata'd around, I ...
Ernst seeks to clarify remark on Iraq WMDs
US Senate candidate Joni Ernst clarifies comment on WMDs in Iraq
Ernst Clarifies Comments Over Weapons in Iraq
Hague investigation into British 'war crimes' in Iraq
The International Criminal Court in the Hague has begun investigating allegations that British troops committed war crimes in Iraq by abusing and torturing hundreds of prisoners. A prosecutor for the Hague court has begun a “preliminary examination” of ...
International Criminal Court investigate British soldiers over Iraq war crime ...
ICC revisits claims of British abuses in Iraq
Iraq inquiry: International Criminal Court will investigate 'abuse' by UK troops
In a Democrat's Efforts on Iraq, a Parallel for Boehner on Immigration
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Shortly before the 2002 midterm elections, Richard A. Gephardt, who was then the House minority leader, infuriated his fellow Democrats when he announced he would help President George W. Bush win authorization for the Iraq war.
Will Iraq fall apart?
We've heard it all before - Iraq is on the brink of disintegration. Sectarian tension and violence is spiking, al-Qaeda is running amok through the country and the Kurds are threatening to break away. The post-Saddam political architecture has brought ...
Iraq, three years after US withdrawal
Questions about Iraq today (Editor's Inbox)
President Obama and the Unraveling of Iraq
Valley Iraq War veteran excited to play in celebrity golf event
It's true that Pfeifer, an Iraq War veteran whose left leg was amputated following a roadside-bomb attack in 2007, knows a whole different level of pressure than he will face from the galleries and an NBC audience during the July 18-20 event. But he's ...
Fighting for history: Iraq, the US and the hidden Jewish archive
They remained that way until August 2003, when a deal was strucky: Iraq would allow the artifacts to be sent to the US where they would be restored and catalogued on the condition they were returned when the project was complete. Story continues under ...
Militants storm barracks, kill 20 troops in Iraq
BAGHDAD (AP) — Militants in Iraq launched an audacious attack on a military barracks in a remote area in the country's north and killed 20 troops overnight, including some who had been bound and shot at close range, authorities said Sunday as other ...
Deadly bombings sweep Iraq after army shelling in Fallujah
Iraq army 'using barrel bombs' in Fallujah
20 Iraqi Soldiers Are Killed in Barracks Attack
Investigation of alleged torture by UK troops in Iraq to be reopened
With the International Criminal Court in The Hague announcing a “preliminary examination” of the torture of Iraqis by British troops stationed in Iraq, several senior British military and political figures face the possibility of being interrogated for ...
Pentagon announces $1 billion deal with Iraq
Marine Corps Times
U.S. and Iraqi Air Force airmen fly in formation during a 2011 training flight with T-6A trainers. More advanced T-6C models were approved by the Pentagon as part of a nearly $1 billion package of military equipment for Iraq. (Senior Airman Tyler ...