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Baghdad’s refusal to establish ties with Israel

Iraq has reiterated its firm opposition to Israel’s occupation of Palestine as well as Baghdad’s refusal to establish ties with…

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Iraqi parliament to vote on bill banning US-led military presence in Iraq

The Iraqi parliament is set to vote on a draft bill that would ban the United States-led military presence in…

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Any attack on Hashd Sha’abi forces amounts to violation Iraqi Sovereignty

An Iraqi legislator has condemned recent remarks by US State Department Deputy Spokesperson Robert Palladino against pro-government Popular Mobilization Units…

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Iraqi parliament holds first session since May election, fails to elect speaker

The Iraqi parliament has held its first session since May’s national election, which signals important progress in forming a new…

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Iraqi PM sacks Hashd al-Sha’abi head; group calls it ‘illegal’

Iraq’s Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has dismissed his national security adviser Falih Alfayyadh from all his positions over what the…

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Iraq elections results almost unchanged after manual recount

Almost no change has been made to the results of a recent parliamentary election in Iraq after ballots were manually…

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Iraqi parliament cancels expat votes for recent elections

raqi’s parliament has predominantly canceled expats’ and internally displaced people’s votes in the parliamentary elections. On Monday the Iraqi parliament…

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Moqtada al-Sadr alliance takes lead in Iraqi elections

Partial results have shown that cleric Moqtada al-Sadr’s alliance is in the lead of Iraq’s parliamentary elections. According to Iraqi…

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Journalist who threw shoes at Bush running for Iraqi legislature

An Iraqi journalist who shot to fame after he called former US president George W. Bush a “dog” in Arabic…

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Iraqi parliament votes to lift sanctions on Kurdistan-based banks

The Iraqi lawmakers have voted to end sanctions imposed on banks operating in the country’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan region, some four…

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