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1 hr ago | NewsBlaze
Forces under the command of the Iraqi Prime Ministry prevent entry of food to Liberty and drugs prescribed by doctors Criminal Major Ahmad Khozair from the Iraqi intelligence service has been preventing for more than a week two truckloads of food purchased by residents of Camp Liberty from entering the camp.
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6 hrs ago | BBC News
Conventional wisdom holds that the sectarian currents sweeping through the Middle East are turning Iraq once more into a battleground, and gains made by the Shia-dominated government of Nouri al-Maliki are at risk as the grim ticker of violent death chatters once more into life.
10 hrs ago | War Is A Crime
From January 29, 2014, Haifa Zangana's presentation to the European Parliament in Brussels, " US War Crimes: The Continuing Deterioration of Women's Rights in Iraq ": I will focus on violence in the public sphere and how it became so prominent that women have been forced to give up hard earned rights, such as employment, freedom of movement, ... (more)
14 hrs ago | Indy Media
The Iraqi women protesting in Baghdad over the Jaafari personal status draft law, which the cabinet approved, are linked to our situation as individuals in general and women in particular.
18 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
Iraq's prime minister has warned Syria has become the world's main arena for terrorism, which could spread to the West if its civil war continues.
Baghdad, March 12: Up to 14 people were killed and as many wounded in shootings and bombings, mainly targeting security forces in Iraq Tuesday, police said.
Free Syrian Army fighters stand at a former base used by fighters from the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant , after the ISIL withdrew from the town of Azaz, near the Syrian-Turkish border, March 11, 2014.
Officials in Iraq say bombings and a shooting around the country's capital, Baghdad have killed at least five people.
A Danish citizen and an Uzbek are among the 30 suicide bombers who were recognized by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham just two days ago.
A female inmate jammed her door, made her way through two unlocked doors and into the cell of a male inmate.
The gallery at Institute Library in New Haven is filled with sorrow these days. The artwork on the walls focuses on one horrible day, March 5, 2007, when a car bomb exploded on Al-Mutanabbi Street in Baghdad, killing 26 people and destroying many businesses.
Bombings and shootings ripped across Iraq on Monday, killing at least 106 people in the deadliest day in more than two years.
Special operations forces from Iraq, Jordan and the U.S. conduct an exercise June 20, 2013, as part of Eager Lion multinational military maneuvers at the King Abdullah Special Operations Training Center in Amman, Jordan.
Feathers, floats, sequins and samba - it's safe to say that this past weekend was a spectacle of carnivals across the globe, from Rio de Janeiro to Cape Town.
In one of the single-deadliest attacks so far in 2014, at least 45 Iraqis were killed Sunday and more than 150 others wounded by a suicide bomber 60 miles south of Baghdad.
Baghdad, March 10: At least 41 people were killed and 129 wounded in separate attacks, including a massive suicide bombing, in Iraq Sunday, police and medical sources said.