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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.
KLM resumes flights via routes over Iran, Iraq
Dutch flag carrier KLM said Thursday that it had resumed flying over Iran and Iraq following an analysis of advice from both government ministries and security services, according to
Iraqis rally in ‘millions’ to demand ouster of US troops
Iraqis rallied in Baghdad in massive numbers to call for an end to US military presence in the country following high-profile assassinations and airstrikes targeting anti-terror forces.
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.
Patriot missile system deployment violates Iraq sovereignty: Lawmaker
An Iraqi legislator has condemned US plans to install Patriot missile systems in the Arab country, saying such deployment violates Iraq’s sovereignty.
KLM resumes flights through Iranian and Iraqi routes
Dutch flag carrier the KLM has announced it is resuming flights through the Iranian and Iraqi airspace following an interim halt that was caused by soaring military tensions in the Middle East region.
US may deploy Patriot missile system to Iraq after Iran missile strike: Report
The US may send a Patriot missile system to Iraq after neighboring Iran launched a missile attack on American bases in the Arab country in retaliation for Washington's assassination of senior Iranian commander Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani, according to US officials.
More American troops treated for injuries from Iran strikes: US
The US Central Command announced Tuesday that additional American forces serving at a base in Iraq that was hit by Iranian missiles earlier this month have been transported to a US medical facility in Germany for treatment.
Violent protests continue in Iraq
Iraqi police on Tuesday fought running street battles with demonstrators protesting against corruption and economic situation, firing tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse stone-throwing people.
Two police officers killed, dozens of protesters wounded as Iraq protests resume
Two Iraqi police officers were killed and dozens of protesters were wounded in Baghdad and other cities on Monday in clashes with security forces, medical and security sources said, as anti-government unrest resumed after a lull of several weeks, Reuters reported.
Poverty, resentment of corruption among engines of continuing protests in Iraq
Chants demanding regime change have echoed across Iraq for weeks but what first brought demonstrators onto the street was the paradoxical poverty of one of the world’s most oil-rich countries.
'Extremely rare’ Assyrian carvings discovered in Iraq
In the eighth century BC, Assyrian King Sargon II ruled over a wealthy and powerful empire that included much of today’s Middle East and inspired fear among its neighbors. Now a team of Italian and Iraqi Kurdish archeologists working in northern Iraq have uncovered ten stone reliefs that adorned a sophisticated canal system dug into bedrock.
President Trump’s policies against Iraq amount to piracy: Iraqi lawmaker
An Iraqi legislator has denounced President Donald Trump’s threats to impose sanctions on his country and demand billions of dollars in compensation if it expels US troops, stating that such policies are equal to “piracy.”
Five PKK-affiliated militiamen killed as unknown aircraft strikes northern Iraq
At least five members of an Izadi militia group affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militant group have been killed when an unidentified aircraft struck their vehicle in Iraq’s northern province of Nineveh.

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