U.S. pulls most personnel out of Iraq amid tensions with Iran

U.S. pulls most personnel out of Iraq amid tensions with Iran

 The U.S. Department of State has ordered its personnel and their families to leave Iraq, a neighboring region of Iran as tensions grow between Iran and the United States.  According to sources, tensions grew stronger four weeks after the White House notified of what it described as potential targeting of...

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Protests in Iraq for contaminated water and power outages

Protests in Iraq for contaminated water and power outages

Despite being one of the richest regions of the country, Basra has a long list of problems that has overflowed the patience of its inhabitants. Again the indignation took to the streets to the residents of Basra, in the south of Iraq, where this Sunday (02.09.2018) saw massive protests by...

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Medics Struggle with Flow of Injured Iraqis

Medics Struggle with Flow of Injured Iraqis

As the Iraqi army advances to retake Mosul from Islamic State militants, medics in an Irbil hospital were struggling to cope with the flow of injured civilians and soldiers on Sunday.

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Iraq: Car Bomb Kills Dozens

Iraq: Car Bomb Kills Dozens

A car bomb tore through a gas station south of Baghdad on Thursday, killing at least 56 people, including 20 Iranians, in an attack claimed by the Islamic State group.

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Iraq: The World’s Biggest Cemetery In Najaf

Iraq: The World’s Biggest Cemetery In Najaf

Najaf cemetery in Iraq is the world’s biggest, with more than five million people buried there. The majority are Shia Muslims, and those recently interred include victims of so-called Islamic State.

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Iraq’s disabled struggle to get treatment

Iraq’s disabled struggle to get treatment

Thousands of people in Iraq have been permanently disabled in the war against ISIL. Many of them are struggling to get the treatment they need.

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French warplanes attacking ISIS

French warplanes attacking ISIS

French warplanes take off from an aircraft carrier, attacking ISIS in Syria and Iraq.

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Tony Blair says sorry for the invasion of Iraq

Tony Blair says sorry for the invasion of Iraq

In a CNN interview, the former British prime minister admits to having made mistakes in Iraq.

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