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3 Dec 2019
Iraq Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi says he will resign
29 Nov 2019
The death toll rose throughout Thursday as Iraqi authorities continued its bloody crackdown on anti-government protesters. Thousands have been wounded and hundreds killed in nearly two months of demonstrations.
16 Nov 2019
A Swedish-Iraqi national has been charged with gathering information on members of Iran's Ahvazi Arab exile community and sharing it with security forces. Ahvazi have long had a difficult relationship with Tehran.
20 Oct 2019
In a speech delivered at dawn, Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdel-Mahdi has said he will respond to "rightful demands" by anti-government protesters. His speech came after three days of deadly unrest.
21 Aug 2019
A car show and electronic music concert attracted tens of Iraqi youth at the Riot Gear Summer Rush event in the heart of Baghdad.
13 Mar 2019
Iraqi national Ali B. is on trial for the murder of 14-year-old Susanna F. The case has fueled a broader debate about asylum practices in Germany, particularly for individuals who have committed crimes.
9 Jul 2018
It's been a year since Iraqi troops retook Mosul from the so-called Islamic State. As IS fighters retreated, they left a legacy of booby traps and suicide belts that threaten the safety of returning citizens. DW's Birgitta Schülke reports from Mosul.
14 Mar 2018
A nearly six-month air blockade imposed on Iraqi Kurdistan was lifted by Iraqi authorities, according to a statement from Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.
21 Oct 2017
An increasing number of Syrian and Iraqi refugees are fleeing through Turkey, across the Black Sea, to Romania. The coast guard has already rescued a number of people stranded at sea. Romania fears the Black Sea may become a new refugee route.
6 Oct 2017
Iraqi military captures Hawija from Islamic State.
23 Aug 2017
Iraqi forces enter Al Jazeera neighborhood in Tal Afar
5 Aug 2017
A federal appeals court on Friday threw out the murder conviction of an ex-Blackwater security guard and ordered three of his former colleagues to be re-sentenced in the high-profile prosecution stemming from the massacre of 14 unarmed Iraqi civilians at a Baghdad traffic circle in 2007.

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