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Prime Minister Rudd criticized the US justification for the 2003 invasion of Iraq as 550 Australian troops packed up to leave.
Mobile phone service in Gaza Strip and the West Bank could spur investment – and bolster prospects for peace.
The Kurdistan Regional Government is briskly pursuing oil and gas contracts and economic development, a drive that is chafing Iraq's central government in Baghdad.
Residents are moving back to Saidiyah, a neighborhood once racked by sectarian violence that is now guarded by a 12-foot-high wall.
Tensions are rising between Kurdish, Arab, and Turkmen factions over power and populations in the province, the heart of northern Iraq's oil industry.
The 104-acre, 21-building enclave was cleared for occupancy recently and will open next month.
US forces hope that the wall will reduce militia attacks, allow for reconstruction.
Between 2004 and 2006, returning volunteers filed 16,000 complaints against employers.
Iraq's oil minister says the assault helped curb oil smuggling.
Residents of Sadr City, Moqtada al-Sadr's Baghdad stronghold, said they felt 'caught in the middle' of the battle between Sadr's Mahdi Army and US and Iraqi forces.
Battles continued to rage Sunday between the radical cleric's Mahdi Army and Iraqi and US forces.
Top politicians race to avoid all-out war between feuding Shiite factions as US forces launch airstrikes against Mahdi Army targets.
Homes for our Troops is a nonprofit that builds homes for injured vets in 20 states.
The provincial police chief died in a suicide bombing Thursday while inspecting the site of a major bombing in Mosul.
The Secretary of State paid a surprise visit Tuesday amid signs that political reconciliation is gaining some traction in Iraq.
An analysis shows that the bulk of them come from countries allied with the US.
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