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Persian pictorial carpet fair welcome in Baghdad
An exhibition of exquisite pictorial carpets, which was the first of its kind to be held in the Iraqi capital, was warmly received by the residents of Baghdad, Iraq.
Hundreds of Iranian passengers stranded at Baghdad Airport
Hundreds of Iranian passengers have been left stranded at the Baghdad Airport after flights were canceled in Iran due to the heavy snow which shut down Tehran’s Imam Khomeini Airport for a couple of days.
Hundreds of Iran pilgrims in limbo at Baghdad Airport
Hundreds of Iranian pilgrims have been left stranded in Baghdad Airport because of heavy snow in Iran which shut down Tehran's Imam Khomeini Airport for a couple of days.
Political development in Iraq positive: UN Envoy in Baghdad
A United Nations official in Baghdad said he is optimistic about political developments in Iraq, adding that the UN tries to help the Iraqi people and government.
Kurdistan security very important for Iran: Larijani
Iran's Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani said the security of the Iraqi Kurdistan is ‘very important’ to the Islamic Republic, calling on the semi-autonomous region to resolve its issues in cooperation with the central government in Baghdad.
Iran condemns deadly terrorist attacks in Iraq
Iran condemned a twin terrorist bombing in central Iraqi capital of Baghdad, where at least 38 people were killed and 105 wounded.
Bloodshed in Baghdad: Twin bombings kill over two dozen
Iraqi security forces say twin bomb attacks in central Baghdad have killed at least 26 people, following weeks of relative calm in the Iraqi capital.
Baghdad extends Kurdistan international flight ban over independence referendum
Iraqi authorities have extended for two more months an international flight ban on the country’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan region amid tensions between the Baghdad government and the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) in the wake of the September controversial Kurdish independence referendum.
Iran to pump gas to Basra by yearend: Araqi
Iran exports 12 million cubic meters of gas per day to Iraq's capital, Baghdad and the figure will increase after completion of the gas pipeline project that is expected to reach Basra in coming months, Deputy Petroleum Minister Hamid-Reza Araqi said here on Tuesday.
Arbaeen rituals planning this year better than ever
Planning for Arbaeen religious ceremonies, falling on November 9 this year, has been better than the previous year, Iran's ambassador in Baghdad announced in this southwestern border crossing.
Baghdad urges calm in Kurdistan following violent attacks (Video)
The Iraqi central government has called for calm in the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region. This after supporters of Kurdish President Masoud Barzani went on a rampage following the announcement of his resignation. Iraqi lawmakers say the resignation will incur little impact on the region as Barazni will hand over power to his family. Altaf Ahmad has the story from Baghdad, reported.
Kurds offer to halt secession drive, seek talks with Baghdad
Iran reopens border crossing with Iraq’s Kurdistan
Kurdish leaders reject Baghdad’s demand to cancel referendum results
Kurdish leaders have dismissed the Iraqi government’s demand that the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) annul the results of last month’s independence referendum in the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region.
France ready for mediation between Baghdad and Iraqi Kurds: Macron
French President Emmanuel Macron says Paris is ready for mediation between Iraq and its Kurdish region seeking secession from the mainland, emphasizing the need to protect the Arab country’s “territorial integrity.”
Turkish PM: Ankara, Tehran, Baghdad to meet on Iraqi KRG referendum
Turkey, Iran and Iraq will soon hold high-level talks on the recent referendum conducted by the Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government, the Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım told reporters on Thursday.

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