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New bridge reunites Mosul as Iraqi forces gear up for final assault
Iraqi military engineers installed a new floating bridge across the Tigris River on Wednesday, reconnecting the two halves of Mosul to facilitate troop deployments ahead of a final assault to dislodge Daesh terrorists.
Daesh-claimed suicide bombings kill 35 in Iraq
Suicide bombings at checkpoints in Baghdad and southern Iraq claimed by the Daesh terrorist group killed at least 35 people and wounded dozens more, officials said on Saturday.
Iran ramps up electricity supply to Iraq despite debt
Iran has stepped up electricity exports to neighboring Iraq even though the Arab country owes the Islamic Republic $800 million in outstanding debts over power purchases.
Battle for Mosul nearly won as Iraqi forces close in on Old City
Iraqi forces have dislodged Daesh terrorists from all but 12 square kilometers of Mosul, a military spokesman said on Tuesday, after planes dropped leaflets into the city telling civilians the battle was nearly won.
Study: Nearly 10,000 Izadis killed, kidnapped by Daesh in 2014
At least 9,900 of Iraq's Izadis were killed or kidnapped in just days in a Daesh attack in 2014, according to the first study to document the number of Izadis affected which could be used as evidence in any trial for genocide.
Chitchian: Iran resumes electricity exports to Iraq
Iran started exporting electricity to Iraq after the Baghdad government agreed to pay its arrears in installments, announced Iran's energy minister.
'Iran Film Week' aims to bolster cultural ties with Iraq
Dubbed 'Iran Film Week', a recent film festival in Baghdad showcased an array of Iranian films to the Iraqi audience
US contractor accused of sex trafficking in Iraq
A US military contractor tasked with protecting an airbase in Iraq has been involved in sex trafficking and other mischievous acts, investigators say.
11 journalists killed covering Iraq conflict last year, observatory says
Eleven journalists were killed in Iraq in 2016 while covering the conflict, says the Journalistic Freedoms Observatory.
Daesh attack on Syrian refugee camp near Iraq kills 32: SOHR
The so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says nearly three dozen people have lost their lives when members of the Takfiri Daesh launched an attack against a camp for Iraqi refugees and displaced Syrians in the far northeastern corner of Syria on the border with neighboring Iraq.
At least 10 Iraqi soldiers killed in terrorist attack
Terrorists killed at least 10 soldiers in the western Iraqi province of Anbar on Tuesday in their latest deadly attack on security forces in the area, officers said.
Iraq vows to complete Mosul’s liberation in May
A top Iraqi commander expects to dislodge Daesh from Mosul in May despite resistance from terrorists in the densely populated Old City district.
Karbala hosts Iran-Iraq cultural conference
A two-day congress titled 'Karbala, Role Model of Iran-Iraq Common Heritage' was held in the holy Iraqi city of Karbala on April 21-22.
Iraqi forces liberate ancient city of Hatra from Daesh
Iraqi forces said Wednesday that they released Hatra, a 2,000-year-old historical site near the northern city of Mosul, where Iraqi forces have been battling the Daesh terrorist group for months.

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