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Unknown aircraft bombs headquarters of Yazidi militiamen in northern Iraq
An unidentified aircraft has struck the headquarters of an Izadi militia group affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militant group in Iraq’s northern province of Nineveh, leaving nearly two dozen people killed and wounded in the process.
Official: Cross-border trade between Iran, Iraq continuously flowing
The head of the Transit and Transport Department of Arvand Free Trade Zone, in Iran’s southwestern province of Khuzestan, Hadi Atrafeh, reassured his audience that the daily flow of trucks exporting goods to Iraq is underway in its regular swing, with no pause.
Probe unearths UK 'war crimes' in Iraq, Afghanistan
The British government and UK armed forces have been accused of hiding evidence related to the killing of civilians by British troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Iraq's Sistani urges lawmakers to restore public faith in electoral process
Iraq’s prominent Shia cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani has called on legislators to promptly introduce a fair electoral law that would restore people's faith in elections in the wake of weeks of protests in the capital Baghdad and a host of southern cities.
'3rd party' behind killing protesters with deadly smoke canisters, Iraq defense minister says
Iraqi Defense Minister Najah al-Shammari says a “third party” is behind shooting at the Iraqi demonstrators, as the smoke canisters used to kill the protesters are not of the type imported by the Baghdad government.
Foreign plot to blame for Iraq, Lebanon unrest
Iran wants dignity, unity for axis of resistance
Iraqi PM pledges reform to address 'mistakes'
Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said on Saturday that political parties had "made mistakes" in their running of the country, promising electoral reform and other measures as he sought to bring an end to protests.
Iraq imports over quarter of its electricity from Iran: Official
An Iraqi official said that the Arab country heavily relies on Iran for its electricity needs, saying more than a quarter of power needed in the country is imported from Iran.
Dutch airstrike killed civilians in Iraq in 2015
The Netherlands has admitted that an airstrike by one of its warplanes serving with the US-led military coalition in Iraq killed some 70 people — including dozens of civilians — in the Arab country in 2015.
Iraq’s foreign ministry censures attack on Iranian consulate in Karbala
Iraq’s foreign ministry has condemned an attack on the Iranian consulate in the holy Iraqi city of Karbala, reaffirming Baghdad’s commitment to the protection of diplomatic missions in the Arab country.
Iraq blasts attack on Iranian Consulate in Karbala
Iraqi Foreign Ministry in a statement on Monday condemned a recent attack by a group of people under the guise of protest on Iran’s Consulate in Karbala.
National power grids of Iran, Iraq synchronized
Iran connected its national electricity grid to the Iraq power grid on Friday in a bid to help the Arab country reduce its power outages.

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