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Iraq, Syria discuss reopening borders
Iraqi parliament speaker and Syrian envoy to Baghdad discussed ways of enhancing bilateral relations and reopening the border crossings.
Iraq parliament votes to sack governor after Mosul boat incident
Iraq's parliament voted on Sunday to sack the governor of Nineveh after an overloaded ferry capsized, killing at least 100 people, in the provincial capital of Mosul, state media said.
Iran offers condolence over ferry overturning in Iraq
Spokesman of Foreign Ministry Bahram Qasemi expressed Iran's condolences over the tragic incident in which a ferry keeled over in Iraq and about 100 people died.
US renews waiver for Iraq to continue Iran trade
The Trump administration says it is extending a 90-day waiver for the second time to let Iraq continue energy imports from Iran which is under draconian US sanctions.
Assad: Iran, Iraq, Syria bound by battlefield blood
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says cooperation among his country, Iran, and Iraq in anti-terror struggle has further strengthened their ties.
Cardiff-based doctor sees health progress in Iraq
An Iraqi doctor said he is optimistic for the future of his home country after returning to Wales from a visit following a health scare.
Iraq lifts visa for Iranian businessmen
Head of Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mine and Agriculture of Iran Gholam Hossein Shafeie said on Thursday that during President Hassan Rouhani's recent visit to Iraq, issuing visas for Iranian businessmen was lifted in an agreement.
Iraq, Iran build economic ties with US on the sidelines
In the contest for Iraq’s loyalty, geography is proving irresistible.
Former Izadi captives of Daesh reunite with families in northern Iraq
Fighters from the Iraqi pro-government Popular Mobilization Units (PMU) have reunited a dozen children from the Izadi minority with their families in the country's northern province of Nineveh after five years of captivity at the hands of the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group in neighboring Syria.
Iran, Iraq to ink several MoUs to increase trade
Iran is expected to sign several memoranda of understanding (MoUs) with Iraq on rail projects, easier visa processes, as well as medical cooperation.

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