Residents of Iraq's Mosul fight, jostle over food
MOSUL, Iraq – Residents of the Iraqi city of Mosul fought each other around trucks delivering humanitarian aid as they jostled for scant supplies on Monday, while government troops fighting to retake the city from Islamic State militants inched closer ...
Sunnis outraged by Iraq law legalizing Shiite-led militias
Iraq could split if Shi'ite militias enter Mosul: Sunni politician
Iraq military's limits are showing in the drawn-out battle for Mosul
Shell considering selling its Iraq oil assets: sources
L) is considering selling out of its oil fields in Iraq as part of its global $30 billion asset disposal program, industry sources said on Monday. Shell is seeking to slim down its vast oil and gas portfolio following the $54 billion acquisition of BG ...
Shell considering selling its Iraq oil assets as part of $30 bn asset disposal programme -sources
Market Chatter: Royal Dutch Shell Mulls Selling Iraq Oil Fields
In pictures: The crown jewel of Iraq's railway
Known as the crown jewel of Iraq's railway network, Baghdad Central Station was designed by British architects and completed in the early 1950s - but it was not until extensive renovation following the US-led invasion in 2003 that the grand structure ...
Labour MPs to vote against investigating Tony Blair over Iraq war
SNP MPs led by Alex Salmond will put down a motion at their opposition day debate, backed by MPs from six other parties, calling for a parliamentary committee to investigate the difference between Blair's public assurances to the Chilcot inquiry into ...
Tony Blair faces threat of new parliamentary investigation over Iraq
Tony Blair must face new investigation over Iraq, MPs demand
Labour MPs to vote against motion to censure Blair over Iraq
War-torn Iraq is outperforming the rest of the Middle East and investors are starting to take notice
One of the most unstable countries in the world also happens to have the distinction of being one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Believe it or not, Iraq — riven as it is by terrorist insurgency and civil strife — is expected to grow ...
OPEC delegates reach output proposal, 'concerns' on Iraq, Iran remain: UAE delegate
OPEC delegates on Monday sent an output proposal to the producer group's 14 ministers for approval at Wednesday's meeting after nearly 11 hours of talks, but still left unsettled one of the thorniest issues preventing a concrete deal: individual ...
Oil trades above $46 as Iraq pledges to cooperate on output deal
Oil pares gains on report OPEC experts did not set details of output deal
Oil rises on Iraq Opec pledge
Number of terrorist travellers to Syria, Iraq may be levelling off: CSIS
The number of Canadians heading overseas to fight in Syria and Iraq appears to have levelled off, Canada's spy agency says. The Canadian Security Intelligence Service is not seeing the same kind of jumps in the numbers of terrorist travellers that it ...
Iraq's parliament passes law legalising Shia militias
The Shia militias that operate under the banner of the Popular Mobilisation forces, most of which are backed by neighbouring Iran, have been bankrolled and equipped by the government since shortly after ISIL swept across much of northern and western ...
Sunni concerns grow over Iraq's recognition of Shiite paramilitary group
Shia militia law adds to the challenges in Iraq
Iraq's Al-Sadr calls for reform of Shia militia group
Winter closes in on refugees fleeing Iraq's Mosul
U.S.-backed Iraqi government troops and Kurdish security forces have launched the biggest battle in Iraq since the 2003 U.S.-led invasion to drive Islamic State fighters from Mosul, the militant group's last major bastion in the country, many times ...
FTSE 100 falters but oil prices jump after Iraq says it will 'co-operate' with Opec deal
OPEC experts have made some progress in talks on finalising a preliminary deal to cut oil output but are yet to resolve differences over the production levels of Iran and Iraq, OPEC delegates said on Monday. The talks have been ongoing for seven hours ...