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World - Region
3/17/2018 11:39:13 AM
Washington is putting its money on Haidar Al-Abadi as Iraq’s next prime minister despite the rocky road ahead
World - Region
3/9/2018 3:59:01 PM
The continuing presence of US troops on Iraqi soil is growing more and more controversial
World - Region
3/3/2018 11:36:12 AM
In big ways and small Iran is facing resistance to its presence in Iraq
World - Region
2/22/2018 8:24:05 PM
Many countries are sounding the alarm over Islamic State’s leftovers, but the Western nations seem divided over how to deal with them
World - Region
2/17/2018 11:40:00 AM
The business of conflict is common practice, and nowhere are business interests trying to get rich from civil wars more than in Iraq
World - Region
2/9/2018 7:41:20 PM
US President Donald Trump has taken the credit for taking down the Islamic State group in key Iraqi cities, but the US strategy in the beleaguered country is still unclear
World - Region
2/4/2018 11:51:02 AM
Iraq’s water crisis is intensifying as Turkish dams curb water flows to the Euphrates and Tigris Rivers
World - Region
1/26/2018 9:48:53 PM
Iraq is heading towards further bitter elections that could have the potential to scupper national rebuilding
World - Region
1/19/2018 10:10:15 AM
Iraq faces the tricky business of rebuilding cities crippled by the war against the Islamic State terror group
World - Region
1/13/2018 3:30:22 AM
A UN-sponsored reconciliation plan may allow Saddam Hussein loyalists to make a comeback in Iraq
Year End Issue - World
1/9/2018 9:16:40 PM
Despite a decisive victory over IS and the blocking of the secession of Kurdistan, Iraq’s future remains in doubt
World - Region
2/12/2015 2:12:54 PM
With months of airstrikes failing to dislodge Islamic State forces in Iraq and Syria, the focus is shifting to Jordan in the war against terrorism
World - Region
7/5/2014 12:46:32 PM
As the rebellion staged by Iraq’s Sunnis continues to capture the headlines, the question remains of where it is heading, writes Salah Nasrawi in the second of a three-part series

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