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Iraq seeks air defense cooperation with Iran
Iraq called for enhanced cooperation with neighboring Iran in the area of air defense.
US giant ExxonMobil puts on hold $53b Iraq oil deal over ‘security concerns’
American energy giant ExxonMobil has put on hold a $53 billion deal with Iraq over “security concerns” stemming from escalating tensions between the United States and Iran, an excuse that observers say the firm has made up to avoid discussing differences of opinion with Baghdad over the contract.
'It was not Iraq. It were other people', says Trump
US President Donald Trump says he knows who was behind the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks that left thousands of Americans dead.
Iraqi base home to US troops comes under mortar attack north of Baghdad
The Iraqi military says unknown militants have launched three mortar shells into an air base just north of the capital Baghdad, where American trainers are present.
US extends waivers for Iraq to import gas, electricity from Iran
Washington has granted Iraq another 90-day waiver to allow it to keep importing gas and electricity from neighboring Iran, which is under tough US sanctions, two Iraqi government sources say.
US allows Iraq to import Iranian energy for three more months: Iraqi officials
The United States allowed Iraq to import Iranian gas for its power grid for another three months by extending a waiver to US sanctions for Baghdad, two government sources said on Saturday.
Nechirvan Barzani was sworn in as new president of Iraq’s Kurdistan region
The parliament of Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan region has sworn in Nechirvan Barzani, the prime minister of the region, as its president, in an attempt to complete the formation of the cabinet of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG).
New US ambassador in Iraq after mysterious pullout
The new US ambassador to Baghdad has submitted his credentials to the Iraqi foreign minister, just weeks after Washington pulled out some of its diplomatic staff, citing unspecified threats.
Iraqi Kurdistan calls for more economic ties with Iran
The Importer and Exporter Union of Iraq’s northern region of Kurdistan called for wider economic relations with Iranian traders, and asked for an office of Sanandaj Chamber of Commerce to be opened in Erbil, the central city of the Iraqi region.
Over dozen displaced Iraqi Izadi families return home from Syria
More than a dozen families from the Izadi minority group have repatriated to Iraq’s northern province of Nineveh, after four years of displacement caused by the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group’s occupation of their homeland and brutal atrocities committed against them.
Turkish forces ‘neutralize’ 141 PKK terrorists in Turkey, northern Iraq in May: Turkey
Turkish military forces have “neutralized” more than a hundred members of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militant group following a string of counter-terrorism operations in the country’s southeastern provinces as well as Iraq’s northern semi-autonomous Kurdistan region in the month of May.
Iraq sentences last two French nationals to death for joining Daesh
An Iraqi court has sentenced to death the last two French nationals on trial in the Arab country for joining the terrorist Daesh group and involvement in acts of terror.
Iraq hands over 188 Turkish children of Daesh Takfiri terrorists
Iraq has handed over nearly 200 Turkish children, whose parents are being held over membership in the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group and other militant outfits, to Turkey to fly home.
Turkey ‘begins operation against Kurdish militants in Iraq’
Turkey says it has launched a military operation against Kurdish militants in a mountainous area of northern Iraq.

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