News Exclusive: Iraq signs deal to buy arms, ammunition from Iran - document
Iran has signed a deal to sell Iraq arms and ammunition worth $195 million, according to documents seen by Reuters - a move that would break a U.N. embargo on weapons sales by Tehran.
News Clashes, Bombings, Shootings Leave 96 Dead, 95 Wounded Across Iraq
http://original.antiwar.com, by Margaret Griffis
At least 96 people were killed across Iraq today, while another 95 were wounded. The military broke its self-imposed truce in Falluja.
News Ex-Soldier Convicted of Killing Iraqi Family Dies
A former soldier convicted in 2009 of raping and killing a teenage Iraqi girl and using a shotgun to gun down her family died in an Arizona prison over the weekend in what officials suspect was a suicide.
News Nun gets nearly 3 years in prison for nuke protest
An 84-year-old nun was sentenced to nearly 3 years in prison for breaking into a nuclear weapons complex and defacing a bunker holding bomb-grade uranium, a demonstration that exposed serious security flaws at the Tennessee plant.
News The Truth about the Criminal Bloodbath in Iraq Can't Be 'Countered' Indefinitely
The media cover-up has been a weapon in the crimes of western states since the first world war. But a reckoning is coming for those paid to keep the record straight
News Iraq Near Implosion: The Bad Years Are Back
As U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry hurried to his helicopter ready to take off at the end of a visit to Iraq last year, it was becoming clearer that the Americans have lost control of a country they wished to mold to their liking.
News Offensive in Anbar, But Al-Qaeda Car Bombs Targets Near Baghdad
http://news.antiwar.com, Militants Continue Offens
Iraqs military continues to escalate attacks against the Anbar Province, killing scores in shellings of al-Qaeda-held areas around Ramadi and Fallujah.
News Iraqi army prepares to storm militant-held Falluja
http://news.yahoo.com, Suadad al-Salhy
Iraqi security forces are preparing to storm Falluja and break a month-long standoff with militants who are in control of the city, senior security officials and troops told Reuters on Saturday.
News Carnage in Anbar and Baghdad: 93 Killed, 101 Wounded
http://original.antiwar.com, by Margaret Griffis
The toll numbers were high today as scores of militants were killed in Anbar province.
News Filling the Punch Bowl With Iraqi Oil
http://www.thedailybell.com, By Staff Report
Iraq is poised to flood the oil market by tripling its capacity to pump crude by 2020 and is collaborating with Iran on strategy in a move that will challenge Saudi Arabia's grip on the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries.
News Photos Show U.S. Marines Burning Bodies of Iraqi Insurgents
Two pictures show a Marine pouring gasoline on the enemy remains, another two images show the Iraqi soldiers going up in flames while a fifth picture captures the charred bodies.
News Obama Should Be Careful of a Slippery Slope Back into Iraq
http://www.huffingtonpost.com, Ivan Eland.
As their massive sacrifices in the future of Iraq go up in flames (more than 4,000 American lives lost and greater than $1 trillion in taxpayer dollars wasted), Americans watch pundits on TV argue that their government did too little and abandoned Ir
News Back to Iraq? You Bet!
Lew Rockwell blog
Sen. John McCain and his sidekick, Sen. Lindsey Graham, issued a joint statement which blamed the whole development of al-Qaeda in Iraq in Fallujah on President Obamas decision to withdraw US forces form Iraq in 2011.
News Obama backs repeal of law that green-lighted Iraq War
http://news.yahoo.com, By Olivier Knox
The law that green-lighted the March 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq is still on the books ― but maybe not for much longer if President Barack Obama has his way, the White House said on Tuesday, two years after he declared the war officially over.
News As Iraq spirals, the Kurds take advantage
Violence in Iraq has reached new heights. And the semi-autonomous Kurdish north could be set to capitalize on all the instability.
News Iraq: The Liberation Neocons Would Rather Forget
http://original.antiwar.com, by Rep. Ron Paul
Remember Fallujah? Shortly after the 2003 invasion of Iraq, the US military fired on unarmed protestors, killing as many as 20 and wounding dozens. In retaliation, local Iraqis attacked a convoy of US military contractors, killing four. The US then l
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