Violence continued in Baghdad's Sadr City Thursday night, when two U.S. soldiers were killed and four wounded in an ambush during a routine patrol of the heavily populated Shiite district, U.S. military officials said Friday.
A suicide car bomber triggered an explosion near the U.N. headquarters in Baghdad Monday, killing an Iraqi policeman and wounding 19 others, a day before the U.N. General Assembly gathers in New York and considers its role in postwar Iraq.
A U.S. military inquiry into the death of two foreign journalists at a Baghdad hotel April 8 has concluded that the troops were justified in firing at what they had reason to believe was an enemy position, the U.S. Central…
Jay Garner, the retired U.S. general appointed as Iraq's postwar civilian administrator, arrived in Baghdad on Monday to begin overseeing the country's reconstruction process.
Thousands of protestors took to the streets of a Baghdad neighborhood Friday, demanding that U.S. forces leave the city.
A member of a London-based Iraqi opposition group claimed to have been elected the leader of Baghdad Thursday, while U.S. military commanders made plans to restore order and repair Iraq's infrastructure.
U.S. forces captured the leader of a Palestinian terror group accused of masterminding the 1985 hijacking of the Italian Achille Lauro cruise ship, during which an American was murdered.
As looting begins to slow, Iraqi police and U.S. troops jointly patrolled Baghdad to put an end to the civil disorder that has enveloped the city since the end of Saddam's leadership.
The Iraqi National Museum became the latest target of looting in Baghdad on Saturday, with treasures dating back thousands of years ending up in the hands of crowds of looters, museum officials said.
U.S. forces will remain in Iraq until a permanent government is in place, U.S. commander Gen. Tommy Franks said in a statement read to troops Friday.
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