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War in Iraq

War in Iraq

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Helicopters, Cover-ups and War Crimes

New America Media, News Analysis, Jeffrey Klein and Paolo Pontoniere; Photo D.B. King, Feb 20, 2009

President Obama should investigate officials involved in an $11 billion contract the Bush administration awarded an Italian company to build 28 presidential helicopters. The contract is believed to be a payoff for Italy's role in fabricating the "yellowcake" evidence that led to the invasion of Iraq.

You Saved My Life

New America Media , Blog , Aaron Glantz, Feb 18, 2009


A Day in the Green Zone

New America Media, Blog, Shane Bauer, Feb 13, 2009

As I enter the Green Zone, through the gap in the cement blast walls, I pop out my cell phone battery, a strongly enforced precaution against cellular activated bombs. At the entrance, I stand on a small wooden pedestal where I am patted for weapons.

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Friday Afternoon at the Shandabar

New America Media, News feature, Shane Bauer, Feb 13, 2009

Baghdad is coming back to life and that includes the cafe culture, with men gathering to talk philosophies and smoke, reports NAM contributor Shane Bauer.

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The War Comes Home

New America Media, Video, Cliff Parker, Feb 13, 2009

President Obama may want to end the war in Iraq and beef up troops in Afghanistan, but another battle is brewing on the homefront. In January alone, 24 soldiers were believed to have committed suicide.

Corpses Gone, Fish Lure a Fisherman Back to the Tigris

New America Media, News Feature, Shane Bauer, Feb 03, 2009

A die-hard Iraqi fisherman has gone back to indulging in his favorite pastime, ignoring the possibility of reeling in a corpse or a contaminated fish in the Tigris River.

A quiet election day in Baghdad

New America Media, Shane Bauer, Shane Bauer, Jan 31, 2009


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Carrying Her Own Weight

Navajo Times, News Feature, Marley Shebala, Jan 14, 2009

Her father served in Vietnam, her grandfather served in World War II and was a prisoner of war, and her great-grandfather served in World War I. She went to Iraq.

Deployed And Deported -- Immigration law hurts military families

The Chicago Reporter, News Report, Beth Wang, Jan 11, 2009

Yolanda Guevara in the Army Reserve worries that while she is away in Iraq or Afghanistan, her husband could be deported.

Families of Fallen U.S. Soldiers Never Received Their Benefits

The Chicago Reporter, News Report, Fernando Daz, Jan 11, 2009

Congress approved the extension of immigration benefits to families of fallen U.S. service members four years ago, but the families say they never received them.

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