Kurds in Iraq vote in historic independence referendum
IRBIL, Iraq — Kurds packed polling stations across northern Iraq on Monday in a historic referendum on independence despite vigorous opposition from the country's central government as well as regional and world powers. Church bells tolled, and imams ...
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Iraq's Kurdish Region Votes In Controversial Independence Referendum
Residents of Iraq's Kurdish region cast their votes today in a controversial independence referendum seen as a way to signal the ethnic minority's desire for self-determination, despite strong opposition from regional and international powers. The ...
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The Times of Israel
Iraq Hangs 42 Sunni Militants Convicted of Terrorism
U.S. News & World Report
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq on Sunday executed 42 Sunni Muslim militants convicted on terrorism charges ranging from killing members of security forces to detonating car bombs. The biggest mass execution this year in Iraq came after Sunni suicide attacks ...
Iraq hangs 42 prisoners on death row
Iraq carries out biggest mass execution of prisoners this year
Lost city in Iraq founded by Alexander the Great discovered by archaeologists
Archaeologists in Iraq have discovered a city which was lost for more than 2,000 years with the help of drone photography and declassified intelligence images. Qalatga Darband, which is believed to have been founded in 331 BC by Alexander the Great ...
Lost City Founded After Conquests Of Alexander The Great Discovered In Iraq
Lost city founded by Alexander the Great discovered by drones in Iraq after 2000 years
Archaeologists Find Lost City of Alexander the Great in Iraq
Mass execution in Iraq
“Today's mass execution is a shocking display of the Iraqi authorities' resort to the death penalty to try to show they are responding to security threats. “There can be no doubt that individuals who carry out deadly attacks against the civilian ...
Kurdistan can no longer be part of an Iran-dominated sectarian Iraq
Today, the people of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq take part in a historic independence referendum. This is the culmination of decades of progress and should not be feared by any of our neighbours or partners around the world. Kurdistan has been denied ...
Contractors accuse Iraq of shake downs to force tax payments
In this 2008 photo, a Convoy Security Element with Company A, 10th Brigade Support Battalion, 1st Brigade, 10th Mountain Division, aligns a re-supply convoy headed out of Forward Operating Base, Warrior, Kirkuk, Iraq. American military contractors ...
Military Strikes Continue Against ISIS Terrorists in Syria, Iraq
Department of Defense
SOUTHWEST ASIA, Sept. 25, 2017 — U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria yesterday, conducting 85 strikes consisting of 167 engagements, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials ...
Iraq Says Shell May Not Quit Majnoon Oilfield
Back then, Shell was mulling the sale of only its oilfield interests, and was set on keeping its natural gas fields in Iraq. At the Majnoon oilfield, near Basra in southern Iraq, Shell is the operator and holder of 45 percent, with Malaysia's Petronas ...
Iraq says to invest in joint oil projects with Iran
Talks continuing with Shell about Iraq's Majnoon oil field: oil minister
Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier
Iowa Guard soldiers, vets remember Iraq fallen
Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier
“It's going to fill that cemetery, because it's not a very big cemetery and it's not a very big town,” said 1/133rd veteran Dennis Boge of Dubuque, a staff sergeant and squad leader during the Iraq deployment. Syracuse is a town of about 2,000 people ...