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Gen. Odierno sees his troops out safely, leaving Iraqi counterparts to their complicated task.
Last American combat troops get ready to withdraw from Iraq.
As US forces head for Afghanistan, real security remains elusive in Iraq.
After three tortured attempts, Iraqis turned out this time to elect the right mix in parliament.
Royal Dutch Shell and Malaysia’s state-owned oil company win the biggest prize, the super-giant Majnoon field.
Attacks paralyze government buildings ahead of crucial elections.
Analysis: Lawmakers on Sunday ended months of wrangling over an election law. Now for the hard part.
U.S. officials made unwanted compromises, but can now turn their attention toward troop withdrawal.
Analysis: The country struggles to decide just how democratic it really wants to be.
Regret, rage and recrimination follow last week's deadly attacks.
A wave of bombs, a dark anniversary, and a war that won't go away.
As Iraq's security forces reclaimed the cities from US troops, attention turns to the mammoth task ahead.
Despite upsurge in violence, US says conditions for withdrawal from major cities have been met.
As the June 30 deadline for a US pullout from major cities approaches, it's back to nation-building Iraqi-style.
Alarm bells sound as US troops continue their withdrawal from major cities ahead of a June 30 deadline.
Obama vows to fulfill campaign promises to end combat operations in Iraq, but questions mount about what needs to be done before a pullout.
American Gen. Raymond Odierno on Al Qaeda's last urban stronghold in Iraq.
Iraq prepares for U.S. troop pullout and takes tentative steps out of the shadow of war.
As the smoke clears on Iraq's provincial election, and results point to a win by incumbent Maliki, uncertainty remains.
Iraqis understand what Americans do not.