Home Search

xxnx 2013 iraqi - search results

If you're not happy with the results, please do another search
Thousands of Syrian refugees are pouring over the border into Iraqi Kurdistan

0 75

...;s unrest. Massoud Barzani said if Kurds were “under threat of death and terrorism” then Iraqi Kurdistan would be “prepared to defend them”. Iraqi Kurdistan comprises three provinces in northern Iraq. It has its own military and police force. Related search articles:xnxx iraq xnxx iraqi syrian escort in dubai iraq xxnx xxnx iraqi xnxx kurdistan syrian girls in dubai Xxnx i...

Over ninety teenagers have been killed in recent months by Iraqi militias who consider them to be devil worshippers, human rights activists claim

0 42

...hem through legal means,” he said. Over ninety teenagers have been killed in recent months by Iraqi militias who consider them to be devil worshippers, human rights activists claim Mustafa, a young Iraqi, said he feels “threatened” when he wears black clothing. “The Iraqi people look at you in a bad way,” he said. “It is even worse when the Iraqi security for e...

Syrian rebels have produced footage of a man they claim is the captured pilot of a fighter jet that went down in the east of the country

0 75

Syrian rebels have produced footage of a man they claim is the captured pilot of a fighter jet that went down in the east of the country. The rebel Free Syrian Army (FSA) say they shot a military aircraft down near the Iraqi border. But state media say the plane crashed because of “technical problems” and a search is under way to find the pilot. Government forces have continued their...

0 37

At least 23 people have died in a series of attacks on Iraqi cities, officials say. Two car bombs in the predominantly Shia city of Kerbala are reported to have killed at least nine people. Another car bomb near police headquarters in the northern city of Kirkuk killed six people, according to hospital sources. The latest incidents come ahead of next week’s Arab League summit to be held in...

Iraq's fugitive vice-president Tariq al-Hashemi has been sentenced to death in absentia after a court found him guilty of running death squads

0 17

...f US troops from Iraq at the end of last year, amid increasing political and sectarian tensions. The Iraqi government has been hampered by divisions between Sunni, Shia and Kurdish political groups. The Iraqi government said July 2012 was the deadliest month in nearly two years, with 325 people killed. Former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein was a Sunni, and many Sunnis believe they are being penalized...

Iraqi authorities have uncovered an al-Qaeda plot to use chemical weapons

0 38

Iraqi authorities say they have uncovered an al-Qaeda plot to use chemical weapons, as well as to smuggle them to Europe and North America. Iraqi defense ministry spokesman Mohammed al-Askari said five men had been arrested after military intelligence monitored their activities for three months. Three workshops for manufacturing the chemical agents, including sarin and mustard gas, were uncovered...

At least 20 security guards died when gunmen stormed the Abu Ghraib and Taji jails near Baghdad

0 25

...hdad. Abu Ghraib gained global notoriety in 2004 when images were released showing US guards abusing Iraqi detainees. Iraqi officials had previously tortured regime opponents in Abu Ghraib during Saddam Hussein’s rule. On Tuesday, an al-Qaeda affiliate calling itself the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant said it carried out the attacks on the prisons. At least 20 security guards died whe...

John Kerry has said the US will help Iraq fight al-Qaeda-linked militants, but that it is not planning to send troops back to the country

0 47

...not planning to send troops back to the country. John Kerry said he was confident the government of Iraqi PM Nouri Maliki could defeat the militants. Earlier, the Iraqi government said it had lost control of the strategic city of Fallujah, west of Baghdad. Al-Qaeda-linked militants now control the south of the city. An Iraqi reporter there says tribesmen allied with al-Qaeda hold the rest of Fall...

Iraq has decided to cancel a $4.2 billion deal to buy arms from Russia because of concerns about corruption

0 24

...l a $4.2 billion deal to buy arms from Russia because of concerns about “corruption”, an Iraqi government advisor has said. Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Maliki has launched an investigation into the deal, said his spokesman. The purchase – said to include attack helicopters and missiles – was only signed off in October. Iraq has been rebuilding its armed forces since the end...

Iraqi army has lost control of the strategic city of Fallujah, west of Baghdad

0 41

Iraqi army has lost control of the strategic city of Fallujah, west of Baghdad, eyewitnesses say. Al-Qaeda-linked militants now control the south of the city. An Iraqi reporter there says tribesmen allied with al-Qaeda hold the rest of Fallujah. Fighting there erupted after troops broke up a protest camp by Sunni Arabs in the city of Ramadi on Monday. They have been accusing the Shia-led governme...

Syrian Kurdish fighters have taken control of Yarubiya border crossing with Iraq from Islamist rebel groups

0 68

...ontrolled areas in recent months, clashes between them and Kurdish militias have been increasing. An Iraqi official told the Associated Press that the Baghdad government had brought Iraqi reinforcements to its side of the border to prevent the violence spilling over. He described the fighting as “heavy battles in which all types of weapons were used”. The border crossing was under the...

At least 30 people have been killed after gunmen and a suicide bomber attacked a police headquarters in the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk

0 51

...le have been killed after gunmen and a suicide bomber attacked a police headquarters in the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk, police say. A city official told AFP news agency that militants had tried to seize the compound but were unsuccessful. No group has said it carried out the attack. Kirkuk is ethnically mixed, and at the centre of a dispute between the Iraqi government and Kurds over oil and la...

Serial bomb attacks in six Iraqi provinces, including 10 locations in Baghdad, has killed 62 people and wounded dozens more

0 48

Serial bomb attacks in six Iraqi provinces, including 10 locations in Baghdad, has killed 62 people and wounded dozens more, Iraqi police say. Many of the dead in the Iraqi capital were Shia pilgrims gathering for a religious festival. In Hilla, two car bombs exploded near a restaurant, killing at least 15 people. There has been a wave of attacks on the Shia community in recent days, as it marks...

0 5

...Iraqiyya group, the main Sunni bloc in parliament, is boycotting the assembly in protest. It accuses Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Maliki, a Shia, of monopolizing power. Tariq al-Hashemi denies the charges. He is currently in Irbil in Iraqi Kurdistan, under the protection of the regional government, but PM Nouri Maliki has demanded that they give him up. The last American troops departed from Iraq on...

0 59

Iraqi war veteran Eddie Ray Routh has been charged with murdering ex-US Navy Seal sniper Chris Kyle and his neighbor in Texas. Eddie Ray Routh, 25, is accused of the shootings at a gun range on Saturday. Chris Kyle and his neighbor, Chad Littlefield, were reported to have been trying to help Eddie Ray Routh deal with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Chris Kyle, 38, wrote the 2012 bestseller...

Ahmed al-Alwani, a member of the Sunni community, had backed protests against the mainly Shia government of PM Nouri al-Maliki and was reportedly wanted on terrorism charges

0 64

Iraqi troops arrested MP Ahmed al-Alwani and killed his brother and at least three of his guards during a raid on his home in the western city of Ramadi. Ahmed al-Alwani, a member of the Sunni community, had backed protests against the mainly Shia government of PM Nouri al-Maliki and was reportedly wanted on terrorism charges. Police said Ahmed al-Alwani’s guards opened fire as officers arr...

At least 54 people have been killed and many others injured in a series of car bomb attacks in Iraqi cities Baghdad, Basra and Samarra

0 56

...ime Minister Nouri al-Maliki of discriminating against them – something the government denies. Iraqis have not witnessed violence on the scale of the last few weeks for nearly five years. The Shia-Sunni fault line, with Syria currently at its epicentre, is certainly contributing. But Iraqis do not see their own politicians doing enough to unite people on both sides of the sectarian divide, a...

Retired General Norman Schwarzkopf, who led troops in the 1991 Gulf War, has died aged 78

0 45

Retired General Norman Schwarzkopf, who led troops in the 1991 Gulf War, has died aged 78, US media report. General Norman Schwarzkopf – known as Stormin’ Norman – was commander of coalition forces in the first Gulf War in 1990-91. The US-led coalition drove Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein’s forces out of Kuwait. Former President George H. W. Bush described General Norman Schw...

The American flag has been lowered in Baghdad, bringing nearly nine years of US military operations in Iraq to a formal end

0 54

...etta told US soldiers they could leave Iraq with great pride. “After a lot of blood spilled by Iraqis and Americans, the mission of an Iraq that could govern and secure itself has become real,” he said. Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Hussain al-Shahristani said Iraqis were glad the US troops were leaving. “They have been difficult years,” he told the BBC. “We have had so...

0 35

...x iraq baghdad xnxx xxnx iraq BalgDlD xnxx bagdad xnxx bagdag xnxx baghdada xnxx bqdade xnxxiraq2011 XXNXBQDID XXNX BQDAD xnxxirq xnx xبغداد basraxnxx fimblr teens in sheer cloths fugu chef will kill himself how many people were hurt in hurricane sandy how many people were injured during hurricane sandy how many people were injured from sandy taji young girl xnxx www xnxxactor iraqi x arabe baghda...

At least 27 police officers have been killed in the western Iraqi city of Haditha after dozens of gunmen launched a pre-dawn raid on police targets

0 43

At least 27 police officers have been killed in the western Iraqi city of Haditha after dozens of gunmen launched a pre-dawn raid on police targets. The attacks began on Monday at 02:00 a.m. with the kidnapping of two senior officers from their homes. They were later found shot dead. The gunmen, some wearing military uniforms, then moved through the city, shooting police at checkpoints. Al-Qaeda...

Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri has issued a message marking the 12th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks

0 39

Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri has issued a message marking the 12th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks. In the audio message, Ayman al-Zawahiri talks of the need for small-scale attacks – and even a boycott – to damage the US economy. The message may be seen as a sign of diminishing ambitions and a more realistic assessment of what al-Qaeda’s central organization...

Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, the former leader of the Sephardic Jewish community, died at the age of 93

0 42

Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, the former leader of the Sephardic Jewish community, died earlier on Monday at the age of 93. Orthodox Jews wearing black clothing congregated outside the seminary where Rabbi Ovadia Yosef studied. Israeli police said more than 500,000 people were participating in the funeral. An ambulance service spokesperson said 40 people had received minor injuries. Crowds of people could...

More than two million Syrians are now refugees

0 18

...or Refugees, Antonio Guterres. He said officials could envisage three million refugees by the end of 2013. One of the biggest single waves of refugees occurred in mid-August, when thousands from north-eastern Syria poured over the border into Iraqi Kurdistan. Iraq has the fourth largest population of Syrian refugees, with over 170,000. The UN says the conflict in Syria has caused the world’s...

Bradley Manning has been sentenced to 35 years in prison in WikiLeaks case

0 28

Bradley Manning, the US soldier convicted of handing a trove of secret government documents to anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks, has been sentenced to 35 years in prison. Pte First Class Bradley Manning, 25, was convicted in July of 20 charges against him, including espionage. Last week, he apologized for hurting the US and for “the unexpected results” of his actions. Prosecutors had as...