Iraq, Iran, EU to top this week's Turkish-US talks, but no breakthroughs expected
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Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden warned Iraq's Shiite majority on Saturday of retaliation over attacks on Sunni Arabs and that his group would fight the United States anywhere in the world.
The list, which offers a $10 million bounty for former Saddam deputy Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, accuses Saddam's daughter, Raghd, and her mother of using millions stolen by the former Iraqi leader to finance the Sunni insurgency
A car bomb tore through a market in a poor Shiite district of Baghdad on Saturday, killing 62 people and wounding 114 in the bloodiest attack in Iraq for three months, police and Interior Ministry
The governor of the Iraqi province where Abu Musab al-Zarqawi was killed this month called in the army after clashes between Sunni and Shiite fighters north of Baghdad on Friday, police and his
Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's tough conditions for pardoning Sunni rebels who lay down their arms are going to make it difficult to convince them to do so, an Iraqi MP said Thursday.
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Iraq accuses al-Qaeda militants, including four Saudis, of carrying out the Feb. 22 bombing of a revered Shiite shrine that triggered a major upsurge in sectarian violence
Iraq's prime minister said on Wednesday that armed groups had contacted him on peace efforts but he stressed that those with blood on their hands would be excluded from any amnesty under
News that Saddam will take the stand in a second trial come as a United Nations agency publishes disturbing statistics about the number of people displaced by violence in postwar Iraq. The UN Assistance Mission for Iraq says the number swelled by 150,000 since the bombing of a Shiite shrine in February pushed the country to the brink of civil war
Seven policemen are killed in six separate incidents while a bodyguard for Sunni parliamentary leader Adnan al-Dulaimi is killed in a shooting in central Baghdad
The Iraqi prime minister's plan for national reconciliation came in for criticism from both sides of the sectarian divide on Monday, a day after parliament accepted a compromise strategy that is
In a sign of US allies' eagerness to disengage their forces from Iraq, Japan begins the withdrawal of its 550 troops from the south, sending out a convoy of armored vehicles
Saddam Hussein believes that the United States will seek his help to quell the bloody insurgency in Iraq and thereby open the way for U.S. forces to withdraw, his chief lawyer said Sunday.
In the northern city of Kirkuk, a roadside bomb kills the local intelligence chief, Mousa Hachim, and two of his guards
Underscoring the challenges Maliki faces in easing violence that has pushed Iraq to the brink of civil war, militias loyal to radical Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr exchange fire with gunmen in the former Sunni insurgent stronghold of Haifa Street
Status of Kirkuk is for Iraqis to decide, State Department says
Meanwhile, US military officials say seven Marines and a navy corpsman are charged with premeditated murder, kidnapping and other offenses in the killing of an Iraqi civilian in April
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