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EDITORIAL: 77 years after war’s end, fears return of a world where force ruled

Asahi News 15 Aug 2022
measures that make light of the lives and livelihoods of people in the name of a nation are always wrong, under all circumstances ... While Washington is denouncing the war, it still remains fresh in many minds that the United States also waged a mistaken war on Iraq, thereby causing an enormous loss of human lives.
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‘Sheriff Joe’ Loses Bid to Become ‘Mayor Joe’

The American Spectator 15 Aug 2022
Down below the returns from the high-profile contests in Arizona on the Aug ... Joe Arpaio. Yep ... J ... “It’s 120 degrees in Iraq and the soldiers are living in tents and they didn’t commit any crimes, so shut your mouths!” He erected a 60-foot tower overlooking Tent City, on top of which he hung a large neon “Vacancysign that was always alight ... .
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Stealing Syrian oil by US occupation forces 'disgrace’ to America: Chinese paper

Press TV 14 Aug 2022
Despite being the fifth-largest oil producer of the world, much of Iraq's population is still living in poverty,” the paper said, adding, “There might be many reasons, but pillaging by the US is probably one of them ... US military forces smuggle new convoy of stolen oil from northeast Syria to Iraq.
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Fed-up Iraqis say feuding political rivals ‘in another world’

Dawn 14 Aug 2022
Two rival blocs are holding competing sit-ins in Baghdad, ramping up tensions in conflict-weary Iraq, but shopkeeper Mustafa says he’s more worried about how he’s going to make a living ... Political deadlock has left Iraq without a new government, president or prime minister following general elections 10 months ago.
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Disillusioned Iraqis see feuding political camps ‘in another world’

The Arab Weekly 14 Aug 2022
BAGHDAD, Iraq–. Two rival Shia Muslim blocs are holding competing sit-ins in Baghdad, ramping up tensions in conflict-weary Iraq, but ordinary Iraqis are more worried about how they are going to make a living ... Political deadlock has left Iraq without a new government, president or prime minister following general elections 10 months ago.
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I’m an experienced doctor. Let me practice medicine and provide care for those who need it.

Chicago Sun-Times 14 Aug 2022
When I was a child, my family fled war in our native Iraq and resettled in Syria ... In 2012, the escalating war in Syria forced my family back to Iraq. I worked under dangerous circumstances, with bombs flying over the medical centers in both Baghdad and Homs, where I used to live ... Sura Alsaffar is a dermatologist from Iraq.
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Shining a light on the service of local veterans

Mooresville Tribune 14 Aug 2022
Each year we come together as a nation on Veterans Day to honor and celebrate the hundreds of thousands of brave Americans who have served our country in uniform ... Veteran suicides have claimed over 30,000 lives since 2001 — four times more than the number of U.S. military personnel who died in combat in Iraq and Afghanistan ... Gene Houpe ... .
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Muslims relieved and bewildered after Albuqerque murders case arrest

The Observer 14 Aug 2022
It was a modern-day murder mystery. who had killed four Muslim men in Albquerque, New Mexico, since November? And was the same person responsible? ... Read more ... “We don’t live in Iraq or Afghanistan. We live in America.” ... Photograph ... Hadi mourned ... “When you come to this country, all you want to do is be successful and to live a peaceful life,” Kadhim said ... .
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Stealing Syrian oil shame of US

China Daily 13 Aug 2022
On Aug 11, the official Syrian news agency reported that United States military forces continued to plunder Syrian oil, using 144 tankers to transport stolen oil to Iraq ... And despite being the fifth-largest oil producer of the world, much of Iraq's population is still living in poverty.
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A Fight For Healthcare

Yankton Daily Press 13 Aug 2022
Hafner recalled burn pits being a “common, everyday occurrence” during his time in Iraq with the 153rd Engineer Battalion out of Huron ... “I would venture to say that nearly every veteran who was deployed to Iraq was exposed to some sort of toxic fumes,” said Hafner, who lives in Parkston.
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Burn pit law passes, but some vets may struggle to get needed healthcare

Black Hills Pioneer 13 Aug 2022
Hafner recalled burn pits being a “common, everyday occurrence” during his time in Iraq with the 153rd Engineer Battalion out of Huron ... “I would venture to say that nearly every veteran who was deployed to Iraq was exposed to some sort of toxic fumes,” said Hafner, who lives in Parkston.
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Watch: How a short visit to the UAE turned into a lifetime of fond memories for an Iraqi doctor

Gulf News 13 Aug 2022
Dr Al-Suhaili reminisced his journey in the UAE; how despite living in other countries such as the USA, UK, and Iraq, the Emirates ended up being his home ... The weather in November was so amazing and I did not feel like I was living in a desert.” ... I went back to Kuwait where I was living before my visit to UAE.
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Video: How a short visit to the UAE turned into a lifetime of fond memories for an Iraqi doctor

Gulf News 13 Aug 2022
Dr Al-Suhaili reminisced his journey in the UAE; how despite living in other countries such as the USA, UK, and Iraq, the Emirates ended up being his home ... The weather in November was so amazing and I did not feel like I was living in a desert.” ... I went back to Kuwait where I was living before my visit to UAE.
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Navy Mutual Partners with Military Makeover for Sixth Year

Victoria Advocate 13 Aug 2022
ARLINGTON, Va., Aug ... This season follows the renovations of the Stupar family home ... Army; he deployed four times and the process to award him a Purple Heart for an injury received while deployed in Iraq is underway. SSG Stupar lives with his wife, Crystal, and their two daughters. Navy Mutual staff members Bill Wooten and Michelle Ramos Domingue, Esq.
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Hundreds linked to Daesh transferred from Syria to Iraq

Arab News 12 Aug 2022
Thousands of foreign extremists joined Daesh as fighters, often bringing their wives and children to live in the “caliphate” declared by the group across swathes of Iraq and Syria in 2014 ... Iraq should repatriate 500 families in total from Al-Hol this year, the official Iraqi New Agency announced on Wednesday.

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