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Iran beaten in behind-closed-doors friendly against Iraq
Iran men’s national football team, domestically known as Team Melli, has gone down to a narrow defeat at the end of a behind-closed-doors friendly match held in the Iranian capital city of Tehran.
Iran, Iraq to lead Middle East oil growth
Speculations are growing that oil field development plans in Iran and Iraq would drive the largest production growth in the Middle East over the next four years.
Over 150,000 Iraqis flee amid operations to liberate western Mosul
Iraq says more than 150,000 people have fled fighting in and around the western side of Mosul since security forces launched an operation to retake the area from Daesh terrorists.
Iran, Iraq to promote medical co-op
ranian and Iraqi officials in a meeting held in the Iraqi capital discussed expansion of bilateral cooperation in the areas of medicine and medical equipment.
Iraqi troops seize main bridge, advance on mosque in Mosul
Iraqi government forces battling Daesh terrorists for Mosul took control of a main bridge over the Tigris river on Wednesday and advanced towards the mosque where the group's leader declared a caliphate in 2014, federal police said.
Iran resumes electricity export to Iraq
Iran resumed export of electric power to Iraq after it had been halted for more than two months, the Iraqi Ministry of Electricity disclosed in a statement.
Iraq forces advance after terrorists 'trapped' in Mosul
Iraqi forces on Monday took more territory from the Daesh terror group as they pressed an offensive that has seen them recapture a third of western Mosul and trap terrorists inside.
Iraqi forces retake over a third of west Mosul
Iraqi forces have seized control of more than a third of west Mosul, a commander said Sunday, after a week of steady gains in their battle to retake the city from the Daesh terror group.
Iraq's Hashd al-Sha’abi fighters uncover mass grave of hundreds near Mosul
Iraqi fighters from pro-government Popular Mobilization Units have found a mass grave at a detention facility near the northern city of Mosul, which contained the remains of hundreds of people killed by Daesh Takfiri terrorists.
Iraq battles Daesh in Mosul, resistance weakening
Iraqi special forces battled the Daesh terror group on Friday in west Mosul, where a commander said terrorists’ resistance is showing signs of weakening under repeated assaults.
Iraqi forces hunt for bombs, Daesh holdouts in Mosul
Iraqi forces worked to clear bombs and flush out any remaining Daesh terrorists in recaptured areas of west Mosul Wednesday to set the stage for an offensive in the Old City.
Iraq calls for Syria’s rejoining Arab League after years of exclusion
The Iraqi foreign minister has called on the Arab League (AL) to end its suspension of Syria’s membership in the 22-member pan-Arab body, stressing that Arabs should reach a consensus on resolving the Syria crisis.
Iraqi forces retake Mosul gov’t HQ, museum
Iraqi government forces fighting to drive the Daesh terror group from western Mosul on Tuesday recaptured the main government building, the central bank branch and the museum where three years ago the terrorists had smashed statues and artifacts.
US responsible for Daesh atrocities in Iraq: Activist
Officials of the Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) say the Daesh offensive in the country’s north has left nearly 3,000 children from the Izadi minority group without parents.
Iraq, Iran agree to resolve dispute on joint oilfields
Iraq’s Oil Ministry signed a memorandum of understanding with the Iranian Oil Ministry to settle disputes over the joint oilfields and examine the possibility of building a pipeline to export crude oil from the Kirkuk fields, in the north of Iraq, through Iran.

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