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Daesh terrorists execute seven members of same family in Iraq's Mosul
The remnants of Daesh terrorists have kidnapped and executed at least seven members of the same family from northern Iraqi city of Mosul, months after the Takfiri terrorist group suffered a defeat in the volatile region.
Iran's revenues from joint oilfields with Iraq significant
Iran's annual income from the joint fields with Iraq on the west of Karoun River stands at $5 billion, said the managing director of National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC).
Syria repels Daesh attempt to seize key border town near Iraq: Monitor
Following days of intense fighting, Syrian government forces have thwarted an attempt by Daesh remnants to seize a strategic town near the Iraqi border, clearing all its neighborhoods of Takfiri terrorists.
Iraqi cleric Sadr rejects election rerun, warns of civil war after ballots burned
Iraqi cleric, Muqtada al-Sadr, whose coalition won the largest number of seats in the country's recent parliamentary elections, has rejected calls for an election rerun, warning Iraqis about breaking out of a possible “civil war” just a day after a storage site in Baghdad, which housed ballot boxes, was purportedly torched ahead of a recount.
Fire catches Iraq's biggest ballot warehouse before recount
A storage site housing ballot boxes from Iraq’s May parliamentary elections in the capital Baghdad has caught fire ahead of a recount.
Iran, Iraq begin strategic oil swap
Iran has started exchanging crude oil with Iraq based on a strategic project which is believed to open a new route for Baghdad to export oil.
Iraq lawmakers order manual recount for parliament election votes
The Iraqi parliament has voted in favor of a manual recount of votes in the country's May 12 parliamentary elections.
Iraq’s Abadi criticizes Turkey for 'political' dam filling
Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi has criticized Turkey for holding water behind a dam, a decision which affects irrigation in Iraq, saying the move serves Ankara’s internal political purposes.
Daesh remnants storm house, shoot dead 12 in northern Iraq
At least 12 civilians, all members of the same family, have been killed when the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group stormed a house in Iraq's northern province of Salahuddin.
Diplomat: Iraq best destination for Iranian exports
Iran's ambassador to Baghdad said Iraq is the best destination for Iranian exports.
Iran-Sulaymaniyah flights to restart
The fights between Sulaymaniyah in Iraq and Iranian cities will be restarted in near future, said an official of Sulaymaniyah Airport.
Qassemi: Iran's presence in Syria at Damascus' request
Iran’s Foreign Ministry’s spokesman Bahram Qassemi on Monday emphasized that Iran’s presence in Syria is at the request of the Arab country, saying that no one can force Tehran to do something.
Exit from Iran Deal reveals US ugly face: Iraqi official
The US unilateral and illegitimate exit from the July 2015 nuclear deal disclosed the ugly face of the country, a senior official of Hashd al-Shaabi (Iraqi popular committee) said in Baghdad on Monday.
Cleric Sadr meets Iraq PM Abadi, hinting at coalition
Powerful Shia cleric Moqtada al-Sadr met with Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on Saturday, less than 24 hours after the his bloc was declared winner of Iraq's parliamentary election, the clearest sign yet they could work together to form a coalition.

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