February 28, 2011 Libya; Iraq; Wisconsin protesters; the Oscars
February 25, 2011 In Iraq, large demonstrations have led to violence and clashes with riot police, as protesters use what they call a "Day of Rage" to demand an end to food shortages and electricity outages that they say have only gotten worse in recent years.
January 20, 2011 Shiite pilgrims in Karbala were targeted.
January 18, 2011 Reports put the number killed at more than 40, possibly over 50. A suicide bomber struck at a police recruitment center. It's the worst such attack since last October.
January 5, 2011 He led several Shiite uprisings against American forces in Iraq before leaving for Iran. Now, his movement is part of Iraq's new government.
December 21, 2010 Iraq gets a prime minister after nine months
November 3, 2010 Greece mail stoppage; Iraqi parliament to meet; threats against Iraqi Christians; quake in Serbia
November 1, 2010 Gunmen attack Iraqi church; Indonesian volcano erupts again; tsunami death toll higher; Giants win Series Game 4
October 18, 2010 After months of being squeezed out by the Shi'ite led government, there are increasing reports that men who used to fight against al-Qaida are now being recruited by them.
October 4, 2010 Iraq says its proven oil reserves are a quarter higher than thought. The oil minister said Monday that Iraq has proven reserves of 143 billion barrels. But the nation's distribution system is still devastated by years of sanctions and war.
October 1, 2010 Iraq breaks a world record! Okay, it's for going the longest between a parliamentary election and forming a government, a record that the Dutch held since 1977.
September 28, 2010 Think Tanker and former Ranger Andrew Exum appears in Bob Woodward's new book Obama's Wars. He has a fascinating, although admittedly minor, clarification of what Woodward wrote about him.
September 23, 2010 An analysis of government data shows more civilian contractors than troops died in Iraq and Afghanistan in the first half of the year.