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Iraq executes 38 members of Daesh, al-Qaeda over terrorism charges
Iraq has executed 38 members of the Daesh and al-Qaeda Takfiri terror groups over terrorism charges in a prison in the southern province of Dhi Qar, provincial authorities say.
Mass grave of 400 Daesh victims discovered in northwestern Iraq
Iraqi security forces have discovered yet another mass grave containing the bodies of at least 400 people slain by Daesh terrorists in the city of Sinjar in northwestern Nineveh Province.
Paper: Saudis comprise biggest number of terrorists arrested in Iraq
Iraq is holding up to 50 Saudi members of Daesh arrested during the latest battles between security forces and the terror group.
Iran’s five-month gas exports to Iraq up 64%
Iran announced that its exports of natural gas saw a huge rise over a period of five months starting March 21 which was a result of rising supplies to its western neighbor Iraq.
Baqeri: Resistance Front has brought security to region
Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces Major General Mohammad Baqeri congratulated the Resistance Front on recent victories in Iraq and Syria, saying that these victories brought security to the region.
Iraq holds military parade to celebrate victory over Daesh
Iraq’s Armed Forces held a military parade in Baghdad on Sunday to celebrate the victory announced by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi over Daesh.
Sunday off in Iraq to honor victory over terrorism
The prime minister of Iraq announced that Sunday, December 10, would be a national holiday in honor of the victory over Daesh terrorist group.
Iraq, Iran conclude oil export deal
Iraq and Iran have hammered out a contract for exporting 30,000-60,000 barrels of oil per day from northern Kirkuk fields to Iran.
Pompeo claims he 'sent a note' to warn Iran’s Soleimani over Iraq
CIA Director Mike Pompeo said he has written a letter to Iran’s Major General Qasem Soleimani, who commands the Quds Force of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) to warn him about US interests in Iraq.
We are in new era, referendum is behind us, says Iraqi Kurdish PM
Iraq’s Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG)'s prime minister says the issue of a unilateral independence referendum is over, adding that the region respects a recent top court ruling that bans any secession from the mainland.
Iran, Iraq ministers meet for talks on crude swap deal
The oil ministers of Iran and Iraq met in Vienna late Thursday for the latest round of talks on the terms of a crude swap deal that will help supply some of Iran's refineries with feedstock and unlock Iraq's shut-in crude at Kirkuk.
At least 800 civilians killed in US-led strikes in Iraq, Syria: Pentagon
The US-led coalition purportedly fighting the Daesh terrorist group has confirmed that hundreds of people have lost their lives as a result of aerial attacks by the military alliance against the alleged positions of the Takfiri outfit in Iraq and neighboring Syria ever since the campaign began in 2014.
British PM reaffirms support for united Iraq, urges KRG to respect unity
British Prime Minister Theresa May has reiterated her government’s support for the territorial integrity and unity of Iraq, calling on officials from the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region to protect the Arab country’s national unity.
Iraq’s ex-Kirkuk Iraq’s flees to US with millions of petrodollars: Report
The former governor of Iraq’s northern oil-rich province of Kirkuk and a staunch supporter of the Kurdish independence referendum has reportedly fled to the United States with millions of petrodollars.

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