This confidence boost may be the starting pistol on Iraq's road to becoming a market economy
Even as military forces wage a fierce offensive against ISIS, global ratings agency Fitch upgraded last month Iraq's outlook to stable, based largely on the country's improving public finances. To be sure, Iraq's B+ credit rating is still deeply ...
New York Times
Jared Kushner Visits Iraq on Invitation From Joint Chiefs Chairman
New York Times
Jared Kushner, President Trump's son-in-law, made a trip to Iraq over the weekend, visiting the country as the American military is aiding Iraqi forces in their brutal fight to retake Mosul from the Islamic State. It was unclear what Mr. Kushner, who ...
Jared Kushner is in Iraq
Jared Kushner in Iraq With Joint Chiefs Chairman: US Official
Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner visits Iraq, US official says
Suspect in Florida airport shooting 'lost his mind' after Iraq tour, family says
The suspect in the Fort Lauderdale airport shooting that claimed five lives was a mentally troubled national guard veteran who served a year in Iraq and was later discharged from military service “for unsatisfactory performance”, officials said on Friday.
When shooting suspect returned from Iraq, 'it was like he lost his mind,' family says
Fort Lauderdale shooting suspect was an Iraq war veteran with delusions of being forced to fight for Islamic State
U.S.-Led Coalition Responsible for 229 Civilian Deaths Since 2014 in Iraq, Syria Strikes
At a time of growing concern about civilian casualties in Iraq, the U.S.-led coalition issued a report Saturday that says at least 229 civilians likely have been killed by coalition strikes there and in Syria since Operation Inherent Resolve began ...
Russia condemns US over 'absurd' response to Mosul civilian deaths
Iraq hospital struggles with Mosul's injured -- and its dead
Four civilians killed in February in US-led strikes in Iraq
News & Observer
Iraq has pledged to fully comply with oil cut deal, OPEC chief says
Iraq's compliance stands now at 98 percent, the nation's oil minister Jabar al-Luaibi told reporters, after addressing a conference in the Iraqi capital, also attended by Barkindo. Compliance with the deal agreed by OPEC and non-OPEC producers at the ...
Minister: Iraq to boost crude oil production by year's end
Iraq plans to reach 5 million bpd oil output capacity before year-end
Iraq plans to raise oil output to 5 million bpd, says minister
A Squabble at Iraq's Oldest Oil Field Could Rock Global Supplies
A territorial dispute in northern Iraq threatens to disrupt oil output at a field containing as much crude as Norway, even as U.S.-backed forces prepare what could be a decisive blow against Islamic State militants in the nearby city of Mosul. Kirkuk ...
Iraq's parliament bans Kurdish flag in Kirkuk
PM Abadi warns Kurds over independence in northern Iraq
Kurdish flag to fly above Kirkuk despite Iraq ban
Latest U.S. military deaths reported in Afghanistan, Iraq, for Sunday ...
Daytona Beach News-Journal
As of Saturday, at least 2248 members of the U.S. military have died in Afghanistan since 2001, according to the Department of Defense website.An additional ...
Report: 2016 first year of no combat amputations since Afghan, Iraq wars began
Last year marked the first year without a combat amputation for a U.S. service member since the Afghanistan and Iraq wars began, according to the U.S. Military Health System. Recent numbers from the Medical Surveillance Monthly Report, a report from ...
Iraq: Providing Much-Needed Care in Tal Afar
MSF has worked continuously in Iraq since 2006. In order to ensure its independence, MSF does not accept funding from any governments, religious organizations, or international agencies for its programs in Iraq, and relies solely on private donations ...
Iraq Agrees To Accept Its Citizens The US Wants To Deport
Hundreds of Iraqis have remained in the U.S. after committing crimes because Iraq wouldn't take them back. Many are finally being deported after Iraq agreed to repatriate them as part of a deal to remove the country from President Trump's travel ban.