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WASHINGTON, Jan. 22 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Michael Wheeler, a former lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army Reserves, was sentenced late yesterday to 42 months in prison for his participation in a wide-ranging bribery conspiracy involving the U.S.
BAGHDAD, Iraq, May 6 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- U.S. Ambassador Christopher R. Hill and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Iraq Director Christopher D. Crowley, in partnership with Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Dr. Rafe H.
Baghdad Al-Iraqiyah Television in Arabic - government-sponsored television station, run by the Iraqi Media Network - at 0813 gmt on 17 September carries a live news conference in Baghdad on "plans to providing services to the Iraqi central and southern governorates." Speaking in English, transcribed from English; in progress, an American identified as ambassador opens the news conference by saying: ..."By enabling an exchange of ideas among the various levels of government and helping provide...
Lucrative construction projects in Iraq are ending with work incomplete and millions of dollars wasted, government regulators said.
["People's Talk" programme, featuring an interview with Iraqi Oil Minister Dr Husayn al-Shahrastani, by Zaynah al-Alusi, in the studio - Live or recorded] Baghdad Al-Iraqiyah Television in Arabic at 1903 on 30 June carries a live or recorded interview with Iraqi Oil Minister Dr Husayn al-Shahrastani within its "People's Talk" programme.
The U.S. government should have been quicker to employ local firms to help rebuild Iraq instead of relying on U.S. corporations whose contracts gave them no incentive to minimize costs, a U.S. official said on Thursday.
By Kristin Roberts WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States should create a reserve force of civilian contractors to be deployed for relief and rebuilding operations as needed, the government's independent inspector for Iraq reconstruction recommended on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The State Department agency in charge of $1.4 billion for reconstruction projects in Iraq used an accounting shell game to hide cost overruns and failed to tell Congress about schedule delays, The New York Times reported on Sunday.
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