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20,000 Hashd Sha’abi fighters to take part in Tal Afar operation: Spokesman
Spokesman for the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Units (PMU) says thousands of pro-government fighters are going to participate in the upcoming operation to retake the northern city of Tal Afar from the Daesh Takfiri terrorists.
Iraqi parliament ends trade minister’s grilling over alleged corruption
The Iraqi Parliament has decided to end its questioning of acting Trade Minister Salman al-Jumali over corruption in relation to a deal to import rice from India.
Iran’s ambassador to Iraq confers with UN Sec-Gen envoy, German counterpart
Iranian Ambassador to Iraq Iraj Masjedi discussed Iraqi situation and referendum of Iraqi Kurdistan during separate meetings with the UN secretary general’s envoy in Iraq and German ambassador to Baghdad on Wednesday.
Saudi Arabia to reopen border with Iraq after 27 years
Saudi Arabia plans to open the Arar border crossing with Iraq for the first time since 1990, according to Saudi local news media and officials.
Iraq launches operation to liberate Tal Afar from Daesh control
Iraq began an operation to liberate the northern city of Tal Afar from Daesh the terrorists weeks after driving the terror group out of its last urban stronghold in the country, the Defense Ministry said.
Iraq launches operation to liberate Tal Afar from Daesh control
Iraq has begun an operation to liberate the northern city of Tal Afar from Daesh terrorists weeks after driving the terror group out of its last urban stronghold in the country, the Defense Ministry said.
Iran welcomes dialogue between Baghdad, Erbil
Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi said on Monday that Iran welcomes internal talks between Baghdad and Erbil, noting that through constructive talks, the Iraqi nation will be able to take long steps in the way of stability and sustainable security which are essential for the country’s construction and development.
Saudi Arabia 'seeks Iraq's help' to mend ties with Iran
The government of Saudi Arabia has sought the help of Iraq's prime minister to mend relations between Riyadh and Tehran, according to news reports.
US Central Command: 2 troops killed in northern Iraq
The United States military says two of its servicemen have been killed while carrying out combat operations in northern Iraq, but it has ruled out the role of “enemy contact” in their death.
Iraqi minister: Saudi demands Baghdad mediate between Riyadh, Tehran
Iraq’s interior minister said Sunday that Saudi authorities have asked Baghdad to mediate between Riyadh and Tehran more than a year after the two Muslim countries broke off diplomatic relations.
Iraqi senior officials to attend Rouhani's oath-taking ceremony
Iraqi senior officials are scheduled to participate in President Hassan Rouhani's swearing-in ceremony slated to be held in Tehran on August 5, Iran envoy in Baghdad said.
Iraq's Muqtada al-Sadr makes rare Saudi visit
Iraq's influential Shia leader Muqtada al-Sadr has made a rare visit to Saudi Arabia, where he met Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and other officials.
Iran, Iraq moving closer to constructing Kirkuk pipeline: Zanganeh
Iran and Iraq are moving closer to building a pipeline to transfer crude oil from the northern Iraqi fields of Kirkuk via Iran, said Iran's Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh on Sunday following a meeting with his Iraqi counterpart Jabar al-Luaibi.
Schoolgirls in Iraq's Mosul aim to catch up on lost years
Despite having fallen three years behind their peers elsewhere in Iraq, it’s been mostly smiles all around for the girls at Mosul’s Trablus school since it reopened its damaged gates after the terrorists fled.

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