Articles by Patrick Quinn



Al-Qaida's Leader in Iraq Killed in Air Strike

  • 09 June 06
  • The Associated Press
Al-Zarqawi was responsible for many of the country's worst atrocities.

Diplomat Killed, 4 Others Kidnapped in Iraqi Attack

  • 05 June 06
  • The Associated Press
A Russian diplomat was killed and four diplomatic employees were kidnapped in Baghdad over the weekend, the Russian Foreign Ministry said.

Quiet Descends in Iraq Ahead of Vote

  • 15 December 05
  • The Associated Press
Campaigning came to a stop Wednesday across Iraq to give the country's 15 million voters an opportunity to reflect before deciding who will govern their country for the next four years.

Over 50 Die as Iraqi Violenace Swells

  • 17 June 05
  • The Associated Press
The highest recent daily death toll comes on the day when Australian hostage Douglas Wood is freed by Iraqi and U.S. troops.

Iraq Begins to Battle Baghdad Insurgency

  • 30 May 05
  • The Associated Press
Two of Iraq's most influential Shiite and Sunni organizations agreed to try to ease sectarian tensions pushing the country toward civil war as the government prepared to take its battle against the insurgency to Baghdad's streets.

Greece Refuses to Extradite Gusinsky

  • 15 October 03
  • The Associated Press
A Greek appeals court on Tuesday rejected a Russian extradition request for Vladimir Gusinsky, accused in his country of fraud and money laundering.

U.S. Tactics Risk Afghan Backlash

  • 25 June 02
  • The Associated Press
In one raid, U.S. forces storm a home and arrest the owner, only to release him hours later. In another, soldiers tie women suspects' hands, breaking a strict local taboo against touching a woman.

Frenzied Relocation of Refugees Is Under Way

NATO: No Mandate for Ground War

Greek Premier Tells Balkans to End Feuding

Few Hopes for Greece-Turkey Meeting

Jet Passed Triple Security Check at Athens Airport

Reformist Premier Elected to Replace Papandreou

Bush to Push Trans-Balkan Pipeline