November 18, 2017

Former UN human rights chief in Baghdad Tahar Boumedra: Why I Quit the UN in Iraq

August 22, 2012

Iraq’s Political Refugees in Limbo

Boston Globe
Saleh al-Mutlaq
Posted: April 23, 2008
THERE IS so much tragedy in Iraq that some stories go underreported – eclipsed by other negative news. This one requires attention:
Inside Iraq, 20 kilometers west of the Iranian border and 60 kilometers northeast of Baghdad in Diyala province, stands Camp Ashraf where members of the Iranian opposition – known […]

Iran Top Threat To Iraq, U.S. Says

Washington Post
Karen DeYoung
Washington Post Staff Writer
Posted: April 12, 2008
Last week’s violence in Basra and Baghdad has convinced the Bush administration that actions by Iran, and not al-Qaeda, are the primary threat inside Iraq, and has sparked a broad reassessment of policy in the region, according to senior U.S. officials.
Evidence of an increase in Iranian weapons, […]

Signs of Iran’s Hand in Iraq

Time
Mark Kukis
Baghdad
Posted: March 18, 2008

One of the armor-piercing roadside bombs in Iraq has a nickname among the militants who place the device. They call it the Najadia, a short variation on the long name of Iran’s president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. “My group and I believe honestly in fighting the Americans — and getting financial benefit out […]