Facing the threat of kidnapping, torture, and beheadings, Iraqi interpreters who have worked for U.S. forces are seeking refuge for themselves and their families in the United States. Lee Hochberg of Oregon Public Broadcasting reports on their search for safety.
Millions of Iraqi citizens have left their war-torn country to seek refuge abroad or fled to other parts of the country. A migration expert and a representative of a humanitarian group weigh in on the situation.
Federal prosecutors have charged six Muslim men living in the United States with plotting to sneak into Fort Dix in New Jersey and kill as many military personnel as possible. The NewsHour speaks with the U.S. attorney working on the…
President Bush and Iraqi Premier Nouri al-Maliki met in Jordan, Thursday, to discuss strategies in Iraq to combat sectarian violence. President Bush said that U.S. troops would stay in Iraq as long as necessary. Two experts discuss what may come…
A meeting between Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and President Bush on security matters was postponed Wednesday, the same day a classified White House memo highly critical of the Iraqi leader was leaked to the press. The leaders are expected…
In the conclusion of a series on U.S. strategy in Iraq, James Dobbins, director of International Security and Defense Policy Center at the Rand Corporation, discusses how engaging Iraq's neighbors in dialogue could stabilize the war-torn country.
Review brief histories of Syria's relations with its neighbors: Iraq, Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, and Israel.
By PBS NewsHour
Al-Qaida in Iraq claimed Friday that four Iraqis carried out Wednesday's suicide bombings on three Amman hotels, and Jordanian police arrested 120 Jordanians and Iraqis in the hunt for anyone who might have aided them.
By PBS NewsHour
Attackers in the Red Sea port city of Aqaba, Jordan Friday, fired three rockets at U.S. war ships anchored nearby, missing their apparent targets, but killing a Jordanian soldier on land.
Jordanian security forces killed three militants Tuesday believed to have planned to detonate a powerful chemical bomb in the capital Amman, security officials said.
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