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Iraq recalls ambassador from Tehran
Iraq's Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ahmad Mahjoub declared on Wednesday evening that Iraqi ambassador to Tehran has been recalled to Baghdad.
Iraq to send troops along border to stop Turkish ‘violations’
Iraq has announced plans to deploy troops along the border with Turkey in an effort to defend the frontier against any “violations” of its territory and airspace.
Iraq oil production to be ‘squeezed for next decade’
Growth in Iraqi oil production will be squeezed for the next decade despite the country being the second largest OPEC producer after Saudi Arabia and the fourth biggest in the world, according to a report by US consultancy IHS Markit.
Iraq: Over 30 suspected of torching Iran’s Consulate arrested
Iraq’s law enforcement officers arrested over 30 people suspected of torching the Iranian Consulate in the southern Iraqi city of Basra, a member of the Sairoon bloc said.
Former Anbar governor elected Iraqi parliament speaker
Iraq's parliament has elected speaker Mohammed al-Halbousi, former governor of the western province of Anbar, marking the first step towards forming the new government four months after national elections.
Iraqi MPs elect speaker, breaking deadlock
Iraq's Parliament elected Mohammed al-Halbousi as speaker on Saturday, marking an important step toward establishing a new government four months after an inconclusive national election.
Car bomb attack kills 7, injures 30 in Iraq’s Salauddin province
At least seven people have lost their lives and 30 others sustained injuries when a powerful car bomb explosion struck a main road in Iraq's north-central province of Salahuddin.
Iraq officially removes US dollar from Iran trade
Iraq indicated that it has officially removed the US dollar in trade with Iran by announcing a legal limit for passengers to carry along euros — instead of the customary US dollars — into the Islamic Republic.
Iraq officially removes US Dollar from Iran trade
Iraq indicated that it has officially removed the US dollar in trade with Iran by announcing a legal limit for passengers to carry along Euros - instead of the customary US Dollars - into the Islamic Republic.
Iran’s IRGC confirms missile attack on terrorists in Iraq’s Kurdistan
The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) in a statement on Sunday confirmed that it had launched a missile attack on a center in the Iraqi Kurdistan region on September 8.
Calm returns to Iraq’s Basra after week of violent protests
A sense of calm returned to Iraq’s southern city of Basra on Sunday after a week of violent protests over unemployment and poor public services that left at least 15 people dead and threatened stability in the oil-rich region.
Deadly protests in Basra prompt UN calls for calm in Iraq
The United Nations has called for calm in Iraq’s Basra in the wake of protests over poor public services that left six people killed on Tuesday.
Iran will work with any government in Iraq
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi said on Monday Tehran will work with any government which is formed in neighboring Iraq after two political factions created an alliance that would give them a majority bloc in Parliament.
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.”

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