Iraq

P5+1 not granted indulgence to Iran: Senior cleric

P5+1 has not granted indulgence to Iran by giving up some accusations, Tehran interim Friday Prayers Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ahmad Khatami said in his second sermon. Speaking about closure of ...

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Iraq Army arrests Saudi suicide bomber in Salahuddin

The Iraqi Army and popular forces, in a joint operation, identified and captured a Saudi terrorist in Salahuddin province, military sources said on Wednesday. “A Saudi suicide bomber was arrested ...

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Daesh issues decree to kill babies with Down’s Syndrome

Daesh has issued a decree allowing its activists to execute newborns and children even babies suffering from Down’s syndrome. The outfit has already killed no less than 38 newborns and children, ...

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Al-Sadr calls for protests against Nigerian carnage

Senior Iraqi Shiite cleric and the Leader of the Sadrist Movement, Moqtada al-Sadr criticized on Monday strongly the Nigerian security authorities attack on the house of a Nigerian Shiite cleric, ...

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Russia says Turkey troop deployment ‘unlawful incursion’

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has called Turkey’s deployment of troops in northern Iraq an “unlawful incursion,” voicing his country’s support for the Arab country’s sovereignty. Lavrov held a telephone ...

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Iraqis rally against Turkish troops deployment

Thousands of Iraqi protesters have staged demonstrations across the country to denounce Turkey’s deployment of military forces near the embattled northern city of Mosul. On Friday evening, people converged on ...

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Iraqi premier says ISIS smuggles majority of oil via Turkey

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said Monday that most oil smuggled by the Islamic ISIS terrorist group goes through Turkey, joining a chorus of countries linking it with the jihadists’ ...

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