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Six marines killed in Iraq
Six American soldiers were killed in a series of attacks in various parts of Iraq during the past 24 hours. On Thursday evening the US army announced the killing of three of its soldiers in Iraq, hours after admitting the killing of other three members of the marines.
Iraq-USA, Military, 2/10/2006
Iraqi military operations pursue al-Qaida
For the two past days units from the Iraqi army have been searching for what it said are members of al-Qaida organization that resorted more expectedly to the mountainous Hamrin area in north Iraq, south west of Karkouk, after they were harassed by tribes in the central and west parts of the country.
Iraq, Military, 2/10/2006
On the file of hostages in Iraq
The Kuwaiti TV al-Rai on Thursday evening broadcast a new video tape for the American hostage in Iraq, Jill Carol, in which she called for responding quickly to the demands set by her kidnappers.
Iraq, Local, 2/10/2006
One million Iraqi Shiite celebrate Ashoura anniversary
Iraq, Local, 2/10/2006
Sadr in meeting with ulama in Syria
Sadr said that "Iraq needs unified efforts of its sons to keep security and stability and achieve full independence far away from all divisions that some are trying to impose on him."
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 2/9/2006
Washington negotiates with gunmen in Iraq
Western diplomats in Baghdad and Amman disclosed that American officials met face to face with leaders of armed groups in Iraq, but without getting any commitment from them to give up their weapons.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 2/9/2006
Three US soldiers killed in Iraq, minister survives assassination
Attacks and explosions continued in Iraq during the past 24 hours, the most violent of which was an attack by a booby trapped car targeting the procession of the minister of higher education Sami al-Muzaffar in Aqaba Bin Nafe Square in Baghdad on Wednesday morning.
Iraq, Military, 2/9/2006
London: withdrawal from Iraq is approaching
The British defense secretary John Reid announced in London yesterday that "The time is approaching when the coalition which is helping them achieve this can begin leaving Iraq."
Iraq-UK, Politics, 2/8/2006
15 Iraqis killed, Iraqi minister escape assassination
Five Iraqis were killed yesterday while the minister of higher education Sami al-Muzaffar escaped an assassination attempt.
Iraq, Military, 2/8/2006
Danish forces attacked, Iraqi policemen killed
The UK the Independent reported that "The Islamic Army in Iraq, one of the main insurgent groups, made a blood-curdling call yesterday for violence against citizens of countries where caricatures of the Prophet Mohamed have been published. 'We swear to God, if we catch one of their citizens in Iraq, we will cut him to pieces, to take revenge for Prophet,' it said in an unverified internet statement."
Iraq, Military, 2/8/2006
Al-Assad receives Muqtada Al-Sadr
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad received at al-Rawda Palace on Monday the Iraqi religious and political leader Muqtada al-Sadr and an accompanying delegation.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 2/7/2006
Shiite coalition in Iraq postpones choosing prime minister
The list of the Shiite United Iraqi Coalition decided to postpone its meeting which was due on Monday to choose the prime minister until Saturday.
Iraq, Politics, 2/7/2006
Security developments in Iraq
the Iraqi government said on Monday that 53 Iraqi detainees were released within a plan started by the government in coordination with the coalition forces at a time when reconsidering the issues of all detainees in the Iraqi and American jails is being looked at.
Iraq, Military, 2/7/2006
Baghdad calls for strengthening of ties with Tehran
Iraq-Iran, Politics, 2/7/2006
Iraqi Shiite coalition may choose new prime minister today
Member of the United Iraqi Coalition List, Abbas al-Bayati, said that members of the list agreed to make a decisive voting today to choose their candidates for the post of the prime minister, if the current talks will fail to appoint a prime minister among from among four candidates.
Iraq, Politics, 2/6/2006
Al-Sadr arrives in Damascus
The Iraqi Shiite clergy and political leader Moqtada al-Sadr arrived in Damascus on Sunday for a several-day visit to Syria, expected to be followed by a similar visit to Lebanon.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 2/6/2006
Acts of violence, attacks continue in Iraq
Two policemen were killed and two other injured when gunmen opened fire at the car of col. Firhad Qader, the commander of districts belonging to the governorate of Karkouk, to the northeast of Baghdad, according to a source in the Iraqi police in the governorate. Qader was not hurt.
Iraq, Military, 2/6/2006
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