The military blamed a little-known Shiite cell leader for Tuesday's attack in the Shiite neighborhood of Hurriyah that killed at least 63 people.
Thursday's Supreme Court ruling involved men accused of kidnapping-for-ransom schemes.
Editors and reporters risk jail time as they expose cronyism and push Iraqi leaders for reforms.
Better security and infrastructure have created new opportunities for some of the 250,000 war refugees still living in Jordan.
After 20 years serving in senior editing posts at the Boston Globe, Yemma is rejoining the Monitor staff in mid-July.
As 'surge' brigades leave Iraq, military officials hope the improved security will hold.
Prime Minister Rudd criticized the US justification for the 2003 invasion of Iraq as 550 Australian troops packed up to leave.