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Rockets hit US coalition base in Baghdad, no casualties
Rockets hit a US-led military coalition’s Baghdad headquarters early on Sunday but caused no casualties, a coalition spokesman said, in the latest attack to target US facilities in Iraq.
Baghdad march, Lebanon's govt. formation dealt heavy blows to US: Top Hezbollah official
The White House has been dealt stinging blows following the massive march in Iraq against the presence of US troops in the country as well as the formation of a new government in Lebanon, says a senior official from the Lebanese resistance movement, Hezbollah.
Iraqi security forces raid Baghdad's protest camp
Iraqi security forces raided Baghdad’s main protest site at Tahrir Square on Saturday, in a bid to disband the camp that has been there for months, Reuters said.
Major crowds convene in streets of Baghdad to denounce US military presence in Iraq
Major crowds have gathered in the Iraqi capital Baghdad to denounce US military presence in the country after the US assassinated Lt. Gen. Qassem Soleimani and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, who was second-in-command of the Iraq's PMU, in Baghdad earlier this month.
US threats over Baghdad’s S-400 procurement detached from reality: Iraqi MP
An Iraqi lawmaker has dismissed US threats to impose sanctions on Baghdad over its procurement of advanced Russian-made S-400 missile defense systems, saying such pressure is far away from realities on the ground.
Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces say airstrike near Taji targeted convoy of medics, not senior leaders - Statement
Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces in a statement said the US airstrike near Taji road north of Baghdad late on Friday targeted convoy of medics, not senior leaders.
Protests rage around US Embassy in Baghdad after air raids
Several thousand protesters irate over US airstrikes on Iraq staged a demonstration outside of the US Embassy in Baghdad on Tuesday, hurling stones as security forces and embassy guards hit back with stun grenades and tear gas.
Two rockets fall near Baghdad International Airport: Iraqi military
The Iraqi army says two Katyusha rockets have landed near the "outside perimeter" of Baghdad International Airport.
Iraqi officials order to lift curfew in Baghdad despite ongoing anti-govt. protests
Iraqi security officials have ordered to lift the curfew in the capital Baghdad, despite ongoing demonstrations against political parties that control the government.
Iraqi army bans gatherings outside Baghdad's Tahrir square as anti-govt. protests continue
The Iraqi army has warned that its forces will move in to break up any gathering outside Baghdad’s Tahrir Square, emphasizing its determination to put an end to chaos in the streets, which have been the scene of anti-government protests for several weeks.
Iraq imposes curfew in Baghdad amid ongoing anti-government protests
Iraq has imposed a curfew in the capital Baghdad as renewed anti-government protests which were initially peaceful but later turned deadly enter a fourth day.
Security forces arrest assailant shooting at protesters, police in Baghdad: Video
Iraqi security forces have arrested a man who opened fire apparently on protesters and police officers in the capital Baghdad amid fresh protests against economic woes in the country.
Baghdad Provincial Council elects new governor after deadly protests
The Provincial Council of Baghdad has elected Mohammed Jaber al-Atta as the new governor of the Iraqi capital province, one week after the former head stepped down in the wake of demonstrations against corruption, staggering youth unemployment and poor public services.
Baghdad governor quits amid demonstrations in Iraqi capital
The governor of the Iraqi capital province of Baghdad, Fallah al-Jazairi, has stepped down in the wake of demonstrations against corruption, unemployment and poor public services in the country.
Iraq declares curfew in Baghdad to protect residents
Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi has declared a curfew in the capital, Baghdad, until further notice as protests continue against alleged economic problems.

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