Interrogations of the suspects reveals six of them have ties to Jordanian militant Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, head of the al-Qaeda network in Iraq
Al-Jaafari notes that the United States and its coalition partners were trying to boost Iraqi forces to take over security from multinational forces
In yesterday’s article I wrote about how much the Kurdish issue had changed, both domestically and internationally. What are we doing while the Kurdish issue is evolving into an international issue? Are we following the dictum of the 1980s and 1990s, or is there some preparation for a new vision?
In another development in Basra, an American journalist is found shot dead a few days after he wrote an opinion piece in the New York Times criticizing the spread of Shiite Islamist fundamentalism in the southern Iraqi city
A roadside bomb tore through a U.S. assault vehicle in western Iraq on Wednesday, killing 14 American Marines and a civilian interpreter in the deadliest attack of its kind against U.S. forces
Meanwhile, angry Iraqi MPs charge Kuwait with repeatedly violating their southern border in a lively televised debate on the 15th anniversary of Iraq's invasion of Kuwait
Following the March 1 vote in the Turkish Parliament, and the resulting separation in US-Turkish paths, the point I most feared was that there would develop a serious and open struggle between the two countries. It seems as though things are now headed towards this point.
Humam Hammoudi, head of the 71-member drafting committee, says only one chapter of the document remains to be written and he expects it would be completed in the next 10 days or so
The head of the panel drawing up Iraq's new constitution announced on Monday that a draft of the document would be ready by a mid-August deadline, easing fears that deep divisions could set
If a delay is granted, it would set back the timetable for Iraq's transition to democracy, a schedule the United States is very keen for the country's politicians stick to
The committee writing the new Iraqi constitution decided on Sunday to ask parliament for a 30-day extension to finish the draft, a move that marks a potential setback to U.S. efforts to maintain political momentum to combat the insurgency.However, President Jalal Talabani, after
The devastating Al-Qaeda-linked attacks in Sharm el-Sheikh have turned the spotlight once more on Osama bin Laden's deputy and Egypt's most shadowy son, Ayman al-Zawahiri.The coordinated
Following a rash of attacks and abductions of diplomats in Iraq, the Philippine Embassy in Baghdad relocates its employees to Amman, Jordan
A suicide bomber blew himself up amidst a group of Iraqi army recruits in northern Iraq on Friday, killing 25 people and wounding 35, as Sunni Muslims protested in Baghdad against alleged
Iraqi Kurds will never back down from demands for a federal state despite problems this may create in efforts to draft a new constitution, a top Kurdish leader said on Wednesday.
US warnings against Turkish military intervention in Iraq are not new, and keeping the Turkish military out of northern Iraq has been US policy since long before the Iraq war.
Discussions over whether the Turkish military should move into northern Iraq to fight Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) terrorists have overlooked the fact that U.S. opposition to any
Terrorist group posts an Internet video of the diplomats, who were kidnapped in Baghdad last week, saying their 'confessions' would be posted soon
Two suicide car bombers strike police checkpoints in Baghdad on Monday morning, killing at least 15 people, during funerals held for some of the victims of a huge truck bomb on Sunday
Guinea-Bissau votes for first president since 2003 coup BISSAU - The APVoters in Guinea-Bissau, hoping for a president who can bring them peace and prosperity, cast ballots Sunday in the country's first election since a 2003 coup. Voters were choosing
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