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After decades of inmate abuse by both Iraqi and U.S. authorities, the prison finally shutters its doors
Opposition fighters affiliated with the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant seize dam to break seige
At least 50 die in clashes between Sunni fighters and Iraqi armed forces
Attacks come ahead of country’s first elections since U.S. troop withdrawal in 2011
Company accused of hiring government-employed physicians and pharmacists in Iraq as paid sales representatives
An early use of facial biometrics technology was to identify and track insurgents.
Washington's reconstruction and remediation plan pales in comparison with the destruction left behind
Violence between army and anti-government fighters near Baghdad turns deadly, killing at least 48 people
'Wave of attacks' hit Iraq Tuesday, killing security force members; Sunni lawmaker escapes assassination attempt
Suicide bombings and clashes between police and militants leave at least 45 people dead, scores injured
The Washington Post and Guardian won a Pulitzer Prize for reporting on NSA surveillance programs