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Baghdad: Report of Iran moving missiles to Iraq is ‘without evidence’
Iraq’s Foreign Ministry said on Sunday it was “astonished” at a Reuters report that Iran had moved missiles to Iraq and that the report was “without evidence.”
Iran, Russia, Iraq, Syria hold security meeting in Iraq
Iran, Russia, Iraq, and Syria held a meeting in Baghdad to exchange views on security and intelligence cooperation.
At least 18 killed, 90 wounded in Baghdad explosion
At least 18 people have been killed and over 90 more injured in an ammunitions depot blast in the Iraqi capital Baghdad.
Explosion in Baghdad leaves 10 people dead, 19 injured
Death toll in an explosion in eastern Baghdad Wednesday night rose to 10 while 19 others were wounded, according to news sources.
150 Iraqi Daesh terrorists moved to Baghdad to face execution: Police official
More than a hundred members of the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group captured during the liberation of the strategic northern Iraqi city of Mosul have been moved to Baghdad to face execution.
8 killed, dozens injured as bomb explosion hits funeral near Iraq's Baghdad
At least eight people have lost their lives and dozens more sustained injuries when a powerful bomb blast ripped through a funeral near the Iraqi capital city of Baghdad.
Iran vows to keep up anti-terror cooperation with Iraq
Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami said the Islamic Republic will keep up its counterterrorism cooperation with Iraq until the annihilation of terrorism.
Iraq VP: Pilgrimage trips revive Tehran-Baghdad ancient ties
Iraqi Vice President Nouri al-Maliki says the increase in pilgrimage trips to holy Islamic shrines in Iraq in contemporary era has served to revive the ancient ties between Tehran and Baghdad.
Iran envoy, Iraq Shia cleric urge cementing Tehran-Baghdad ties
Iranian Ambassador to Iraq Iraj Masjedi and head of Iraqi national Shia coalition and leader of National Wisdom Movement Ammar Hakim in a meeting on Friday called for cementing Tehran-Baghdad ties.
Iraq PM: Baghdad for balanced ties with Tehran, Washington
Iraqi premier said here on Wednesday that his country wants to stay far from the conflict between Iran and the US, keeping a balance in Baghdad's ties with Tehran and Washington.
Baghdad resumes paying salaries of Kurds frozen over secession vote
Iraq's federal government has announced resumption of paying the salaries of Kurdish civil servants and Peshmerga security forces, which had been frozen in the wake of tensions between Baghdad government and Kurdish authorities over a non-binding Kurdish independence vote.
NATO staying in Iraq at Baghdad request: Alliance chief
The NATO chief said the Western military alliance will stay in Iraq at its government’s request “as long as necessary” just days after the Arab country’s lawmakers called for the withdrawal of foreign troops following the defeat of Daesh terrorists.
Baghdad urged to confiscate assets of Saddam's cronies
The Accountability and Justice Committee in Iraq has urged the Baghdad government to confiscate the assets of scores of slain dictator Saddam Hussein’s relatives and cronies.
Iraqi lawmakers call on Baghdad to set timetable for withdrawal of foreign troops
The Iraqi parliament has demanded that the central government in Baghdad set a timeline for the withdrawal of foreign troops, led by those of the US, from the Arab country after their purported fight against the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group practically came to an end following the demise of the terror outfit two months ago.
Moscow assists Baghdad in ensuring security: FM Jaafari
The Iraqi foreign minister says Baghdad is receiving assistance from Russia in ensuring security in the Arab country, ravaged by the war against the Daesh terror group, and that the two sides “exchange information” on a regular basis.

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