Despite Bloody Conflict, Iraq's Leader Looks Likely To Keep Power
Iraq's election didn't make a huge splash in the U.S., but the results of the April 30 vote were released this week, and the outcome has important ramifications for Iraq and the wider region. Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's party came out way ahead ...
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Whistleblower: Injured Iraq, Afghanistan vets wait months for care at Phoenix VA
Phoenix (CNN) -- Some veterans injured in combat in Iraq and Afghanistan are being made to wait for months to be seen in the Phoenix Veterans Affairs Health Care System despite a national mandate they be given priority access to medical care, a VA ...
US Rep. who lost legs in Iraq angry about VA scandal
Leader of Veterans' Group Says Obama 'Dithering' on VA Problems
An Old Officer in the Line of Fire Again
Jihadists trying to establish Islamic state on border of Syria and Iraq
Jihadists trying to establish Islamic state on border of Syria and Iraq. Violence in Deir al-Zor escalates as Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant launches new attempt to establish state in border area that it can control. By Haaretz | May 21, 2014 ...
Jihadists seek Islamic state on Syria-Iraq border
ISIL seeks Islamic state on Syria-Iraq border
Jihadists look to form extremist state along Syria-Iraq border
Iraq's Maliki 'set to win elections'
The coalition led by Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's won the most seats in Iraq's parliamentary elections last month, boosting his chances for a third term in office, election officials said. Monday's results from the election commission showed Maliki ...
Maliki's bloc leads in Iraq election
Iraq election results show Maliki in the lead
Iraq: PM's group is biggest election winner
Iraqi Premier Leads Vote, Faces Stalemate
Wall Street Journal
Last month, the group, which says it aims to create an Islamist state to straddle the Iraqi and Syrian borders, cut off a crucial dam that feeds water into the agricultural lands of southern Iraq for several days. It also seized territory in the city ...
Iraq: Prime Minister's Group Takes Lead in National Elections
Officials say attacks across Iraq kill 14
Much-Debated Jewish Archive Won't Return to Iraq – For Now
“The Government of Iraq notes with satisfaction the remarkable success of the 'Discovery and Recovery' exhibit of the Iraqi Jewish Archive. This exhibit has led to an increase of understanding between Iraq and United States and a greater recognition of ...
UN News Centre
Iraq: Ban welcomes initial parliamentary election results
UN News Centre
19 May 2014 – Welcoming the announcement of the initial results of Iraq's Council of Representatives election, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today looked forward to the final tally and subsequent timely formation of a new government.
Miami-Dade soldiers fallen in Iraq
Staff Sgt. Amilcar H. Gonzalez died of wounds suffered when insurgents attacked his unit with small-arms fire May 21 in Mosul, Iraq. He was 26. Gonzalez was born in Managua, Nicaragua. Six days after Sept. 11, Gonzalez skipped his senior year at ...
White House can't find critical letter on Iraq war from Blair to Bush
The British inquiry into the 2003 Iraq War has hit a major stumbling block, as White House officials have been unable to find an “absolutely critical” letter sent by former Prime Minister Tony Blair to George W. Bush. Although public hearings regarding ...
Iraq War veteran criticizes care at Kansas City VA hospital
KCTV Kansas City
The care of the veterans at Veterans Administration hospitals has roiled Washington, and an Iraq War survivor says the care at the Kansas City VA hospital is deplorable. "There's a lot of veterans returning from Afghanistan. The VA is just not staffed ...