Iraq Papers Protest Killing of Well-Known Reporter
Iraq's Supreme Judicial Council says it's investigating the incident — the first involving the ethnically Kurdish security forces, dubbed the peshmerga, who guard Kurdish VIPs in Baghdad. President Jalal Talabani suffered a stroke last year and is ...
Iraq Hit by Wave of Bombings and Attacks
Scores killed in wave of Iraq bombings
Newsweek Rewind: The War in Iraq, 11 Years Later
Not yet switched on, in any way
The Economist (blog)
FLY over southern Iraq at night and you get a glimpse of the dire state of the country's electricity. The brightest lights shine not from skyscrapers or roads, as they do in nearby Kuwait City, but from oilfields, where flares burn useless gas ...
Double Bombing Kills 7 People in Iraq
Iraqi officials say a double bombing has killed seven people in a city north of Baghdad. Police officials say the attack took place on Saturday morning, when a roadside bomb exploded in a commercial street in the northern city of Tikrit. Minutes later ...
Iraq invasion was about oil
Yesterday was the 11th anniversary of the 2003 Iraq War - yet to this day, few media reflections on the conflict accurately explore the extent to which opening up Persian Gulf energy resources to the world economy was a prime driver behind the ...
Iraq's Do-Nothing Legacy
As long as Syria is at war, Iraq has a problem
Iraq child-marriage bill sparks outrage among human rights groups
A draft law before Iraq's parliament that would legalise the marriage of girls as young as nine and restrict women's rights in matters of parenting, divorce and inheritance is a political move to define the identity of the country's majority Shias ...
Deadly double bombing rocks Iraq's Tikrit
The latest blast comes a day after a series deadly attacks across Iraq killed and injured dozens of people. The deadliest attack on Friday occured in the village of Injanah, 55km north of Baquba, when an explosive-laden tanker was driven into the ...
Iraq's al-Qaida-inspired militants embark on social support activities to win ...
BAGHDAD – Iraq's al-Qaida-inspired militants who took over the city of Fallujah are now trying to show they can run it, providing social services, policing the streets and implementing Shariah rulings in a bid to win the support of its Sunni Muslim ...
Gunmen ram explosives-laden tanker into Iraq police HQ, killing 15
Dozens killed in another bloody day for Iraq
Violence across Iraq, including shelling and clashes in a rebel-held city on Baghdad's doorstep, have killed 37 people amid a protracted surge in bloodletting with polls looming next month. In the city of Fallujah, 60km west of the capital, government ...
Minister asks UAE investors for help with housing crisis in Iraq
Iraq's housing minister has issued an impassioned plea to UAE-based investors to help solve the country's housing crisis. The government has a total budget of around US$5 billion to spend over the next three years to attempt to relieve some of the ...