Water supply cut off for half of Iraq's Mosul
Water was cut to 650,000 people when a pipeline was hit during fighting between ISIL and the Iraqi government forces trying to crush them in their northern Iraq stronghold. "We are facing a humanitarian catastrophe," said Hussam al-Abar, member of ...
New threats for civilians in Syria and Iraq already facing deprivation and danger
Residents of Iraq's Mosul Fight, Jostle Over Food
Mosul Iraq battle: IS accused of shooting civilians
Exclusive: Jailed Islamic State suspects recall path to jihad in Iraq
Today, the 20-year-old sits with his ankles shackled in a security compound in the city of Erbil, capital of Iraq's Kurdish region, which is fighting alongside Baghdad to drive Islamic State from its stronghold in Mosul and nearby towns. Islamic State ...
SitRep: Trump Promises More US Support for Iraq; Aleppo Teeters But Assad Not Really Winning
Crisis looms as half of Iraq's Mosul goes without water
Daesh suspects recall path to 'jihad' in Iraq
Wall Street Journal
Iran, Iraq Soften on OPEC Production Agreement
Wall Street Journal
VIENNA—Iran and Iraq have softened their positions ahead of a crucial OPEC meeting on Wednesday, OPEC officials said, but it may not be enough to satisfy Saudi Arabia's demands for a broad-based oil-production cut. In last-minute negotiations ...
In OPEC Poker Game, Iran and Iraq Call Saudi Arabia's Bluff
Iran, Iraq at loggerheads with Saudis ahead of OPEC meeting
Iran, Iraq soften positions on OPEC deal
“All My People Are Gone” — Inside Iraq's Largest Mass Abduction
Iraq's prime minister, Haider al-Abadi, had publicly called on civilians in Anbar province to comply with Iraqi forces. After conferring with each other and tribal elders, the townspeople gathered at the town's cemetery to welcome the arriving armed ...
Jeremy Corbyn to miss vote on launching fresh Tony Blair Iraq War probe
Jeremy Corbyn will miss a House of Commons vote on whether to order a fresh probe into allegations that Tony Blair misled Parliament over the Iraq War. Wednesday's vote has split the Labour parliamentary party, with the Shadow Cabinet facing down calls ...
Tony Blair's Political Come-Back Hit by Iraq Row in Parliament
MPs to debate Tony Blair Iraq role investigation
Labour MPs to vote against investigating Tony Blair over Iraq war
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 ...
Legalizing Iraq's Shiite mobilization forces
The Iraqi parliament has recently legalized the Popular Mobilization Units. With that, Iraq, as a state, will have slipped down a dark path. The Popular Mobilization - and without any exaggerations or intimidation - is a structure that's deeply into ...
The Seattle Times
Iraq prime minister says his country will cut oil production
The Seattle Times
FILE – In this Monday, Nov. 9, 2009, file photo, an Iraqi worker operates valves at the Rumaila oil refinery, near the city of Basra, 550 kilometers (340 miles) southeast of Baghdad, Iraq. Iraq's prime minister says his country... (AP Photo/Nabil al ...
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 may offload Iraq oilfield stakes in $30 billion assets sell-off
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 ...