Pending Iraq Oil Law
January 19, 2007
The issue of the pending Iraqi oil law was raised this morning at a news conference with Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid at the National Press Club
Commons Answer 17 Jan 2007
Mr. Dai Davies: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development what support his Department is providing to strengthen trades unions in Iraq.
Continue reading How the government helps Iraqi trade unions
Twin attacks on students at al Mustansiriya Univeristy kill 65.
A car bomb blew up at close to students who were waiting for transportation and then suicide bomber below himself up as students fled the first blast.
100 Iraqis were killed every day on average in 2006, the UN claimed in a report issued 16 January 2007. the report says that 34,452 were killed and 36,685 were injured.
The UN figures is much higher than the official Iraqi Government figures.
Workers at a cement Factory in al muthana (south of Baghdad) held an open meeting to discuss the policy to privatize their factory. The meeting overwhelmingly rejected the policy of privatization.
As 20,000 more US troops head for Iraq, Ghaith Abdul-Ahad, the only correspondent reporting regularly from behind the country’s sectarian battle lines, reveals how the Sunni insurgency has changed
Saturday January 13, 2007
11 January 2007
A new figure released by the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs Shows Unemployment stands at 919 thousands.
A series of suicide bombings in Iraq has left at least 80 people dead and another 100 injured.
In the worst attacks, suicide bombers struck two Shia mosques in the town of Khanaqin near the
Continue reading Iraq suicide attacks kill dozens
Abdullah Muhsin talks about the deaths of Iraqi union leaders during a reception at the AFL-CIO.
Friday, December 15 2006 @ 06:43 AM PST
Contributed by: WorkerFreedom
Twice this week, the headlines screamed out the gruesome statistics:
by James Parks, Jan 11, 2007