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Kurds denounce deadly Turkish air raid in northern Iraq
Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan region has denounced as “unacceptable” Turkey’s airstrike in northern Iraq, which killed at least six of Kurdish fighters.
Kurds denounce deadly Turkish air raid in northern Iraq
Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan region has denounced as “unacceptable” Turkey’s airstrike in northern Iraq, which killed at least six of Kurdish fighters.
Iraqi forces retake two more Mosul districts
Pushing carts loaded with bags, babies and the elderly, hundreds of people left Mosul on Saturday after Iraqi forces retook two more districts in the west of the city from the Daesh terror group.
Hostage Qatari royals released in Iraq
Twenty-six members of a hunting party, including Qatari royals, who were captured in Iraq more than a year ago, have been freed on Friday.
Iraq to summon Turkish envoy over Erdogan's remarks
The Iraqi Foreign Ministry says it will summon the Turkish ambassador to Baghdad in protest at recent remarks by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, branding Iraq's volunteer forces as terrorists.
Iraqi forces fight door to door in Mosul
Iraqi forces gained fresh ground in door-to-door fighting in the Old City of Mosul, a military spokesman said on Monday, as the offensive to capture Daesh terrorist group's de facto capital in Iraq entered its seventh month.
Iraqi forces making new push toward Old City in Mosul
Iraqi forces launched a new attack on Daesh in Mosul's Old City on Sunday, military officials said, trying to break the stalemate in attempts to seize the terrorists’ last stronghold.
35th FIff to screen films on Syrian, Iraqi crises
The 35th Fajr International Film Festival has devoted an entire section 'Broken Olive Trees' to top movies on the ongoing war against terrorism in Iraq and Syria.
Iraq to issue six-month visas for Iranian businessmen
Iraq will issue six-month visas for Iranian merchants who plan to do business with his country, said Iraqi Ambassador to Iran Rajeh Saber Abud al-Mousavi.
'The Signs', 'The Little Boy' awarded in Iraq
Iraqi cinematic event Al-Nahj International Film Festival awarded Iranian cinema with two top awards during its 2017 edition organized in Karbala, Iraq.
Islamic State downs army helicopter over Mosul, says Iraqi govt
The Iraqi government says Islamic State group militants have shot down an Iraqi army helicopter over Mosul, killing the two-member crew.
Daesh suicide bombers kill 31 in Iraq's Tikrit
Terrorists opened fire and later blew themselves up in the Iraqi city of Tikrit, killing at least 31 people in an attack claimed Wednesday by the Daesh terror group.
$2.3b goods exported from Mehran border terminal
More than $2.3 billion of goods were exported from Mehran border terminal to Iraq past year, said Deputy Head of Industry, Mine and Trade organization of Ilam Province for commercial affairs Jamil Shohani.
Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner makes surprise visit to Iraq
Jared Kushner, the son-in-law and top aide to US President Donald Trump, has traveled to Iraq for an official visit, a senior US official says.
Iraq delays Mosul operations for civilian safe passageways
The Iraqi military has temporarily halted operations around the densely populated areas around west Mosul’s Old City to allow safe passage for civilians.

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