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Iraq's parliamentary elections are scheduled for March 7, 2010. When the election was planned, it was hoped that it would produce a legislature that more fully represents Sunnis, who largely boycotted the 2005 vote, and one less divided along
A few months ago, building on genuine if not universal popularity, Nouri al-Maliki appeared poised to win a second term as Iraq's prime minister. Now, as Iraqis prepare to vote in parliamentary elections next Sunday, his path to another four years in
Dumped by the Pentagon in 2004, Ahmad Chalabi has masterfully worked through six years of political headwinds to get what he sought in the beginning - a shot to lead the Iragi government. Chalabi helped the Bush administration garner grounds in
Iraqi Defense Ministry announced that Prime Minister Nuri Al Maliki ordered to reinstate more than 20 000 former officers who have requested to resume military service. For more details, click on play movie http://www.
Let's imagine that a couple of years after the invasion of Iraq, when the folly of the Anglo-American military action had become all too plain, long after Dr David Kelly had died so shamefully, the electorate had been given a chance to make their
Sun, 24 Jan 2010 17:02:23 GMT Font size : An Iraqi parliamentarian warns of alleged US plans to surrender the country to extremists, urging resistance on the part of Baghdad. The Iraqi Press Agency (IPA) quoted female Shia lawmaker Maha al-Douri as
Iraqi leaders are working on resolving a controversy in which 511 electoral candidates have been disqualified, an aide to U.S...Anthony Blinken, Biden's national security advisor, told reporters in Baghdad Friday that Biden is encouraged Iraqi
Despite the immediate intervention of United States Vice President Joseph Biden with a peacemaking solution that would allow all the candidates under the scanner to contest the elections and narrow the investigation to victorious ones after the
Published Date: 20 January 2010 THE provincial council in Iraq's Shiite holy city of Najaf has threatened to expel anyone with ties to Saddam Hussein's outlawed Baath party, saying it would give them a day to get out of town or face "an iron hand".
BAGHDAD — As the American military prepares to withdraw from Iraqi cities, Iraqi and American security officials say that jihadi and Baath militants are rejoining the fight in areas that are largely quiet now, regrouping as a smaller but