Study: Iraq War Veterans Sickened By Camp Victory Dust
New research shows an unique type of titanium-filled dust, found at Camp Victory in Iraq, has been discovered in the lungs of several Iraq War veterans suffering from respiratory problems. Dr. Anthony Szema of Stony Brook School of Medicine told USA ...
New research links Iraq dust to ill soldiers
Iraq's Best Hope
New York Times
SULAIMANI, Iraq — I am a sucker for commencements, but this one filled me with many different emotions. As Dina Dara took the stage — the student speaker and valedictorian of the 2014 graduating class of the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani, ...
Turkey says it helped Iraq with oil exports
Iraq-Kurds oil exports row
Iraq says crude oil exports rise slightly in May
UN: May deadliest month in 2014 for Iraq
Almost 800 people have been killed in violence across Iraq in May, the United Nations has said, making it the deadliest month for the country this year. Of the 799 people killed, 196 were members of the Iraqi security forces while and the rest were ...
Killings in Iraq, at 799, Reach a Monthly High
Nine dead in Iraq attacks as unrest spikes
Attacks across Iraq kill at least 15 people
Lockheed to deliver first of 36 F-16s to Iraq this week
Iraqi Ambassador Lukman Faily will travel to Lockheed's Fort Worth, Texas, plant on Thursday for a ceremony at which Lockheed and the U.S. government will formally deliver the first F-16 to Iraq. A group of three or four new jets will be ferried to ...
Iraqi Ambassador visits Stanford for Hoover Institution conference on Saddam ...
Deadly attacks and shelling hit Iraq
At least 33 people have been killed in a new wave of violence across Iraq, including shelling of a market in the Iraqi city of Fallujah, medical sources said. The worst of Tuesday's bloodshed was concentrated in Fallujah, which has been under the ...
Attacks claim several lives across Iraq: Officials
Iraq attacks and shelling leave 35 dead
31 killed in Iraq violence
New research links dust at Iraq's Camp Victory to ill soldiers
Stars and Stripes
... illnesses higher near infamous Balad burn pit. Nearly 7 percent of soldiers returning from deployments alongside Iraq's most infamous burn pit show signs of serious lung injuries, a figure well above the rate of troops serving stateside, a new ...
Hurriyet Daily News
ENERGY > Ankara brushes off Iraq's Kurdish oil claims
Hurriyet Daily News
Turkey has insisted that the export of Kurdish Iraqi oil to the world is Iraq's internal business, downplaying opposition from Baghdad, which has accused Turkey of worsening the row over who controls Iraq's resources. “The income to be generated from ...
Baghdad Warns Buyers of 'Stolen and Smuggled' Oil as Iraq-Kurdistan Dispute ...
Iraq Threatens Legal Action against Any Buyer of Piped Kurdish Oil
Iraq Seeks Arbitration in Dispute With Turkey over Kurdish Oil Sale
Nathan Deuel was a new father whose wife covered war in Iraq and Syria
Just before she got her dream job -- in Iraq -- my dad died abruptly of thyroid cancer. I was grieving my father, watching Kelly move to Baghdad, when I moved to Turkey with our 1-year-old daughter. While Kelly swashbuckled her way across Mesopotamia, ...
Iraq may serve as cautionary tale for Afghanistan
WASHINGTON — The United States has been funneling tons of weapons into Iraq, including sniper rifles , tank rounds and missiles, but the country's U.S.-trained military has not been able to dislodge Jihadists who have seized control of territory in ...
Iraq Elections: No End to Violence
Study links Iraq veterans' respiratory problems to metallic dust from 'burn ...
“Burn pits” used to dispose of everything from styrofoam cups to junked computers to unexploded ordnance could be to blame for respiratory symptoms affecting a number of Iraq War veterans. According to the armed forces newspaper Stars and Stripes, ...