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18 July 2018 16:22

Iran’s energy minister says rising energy consumption amid a suffocating heat wave forced the country to cut power exports to neighboring Iraq which is grappling with an electricity crisis. Iraqi Electricity Minister Qassem al-Fahdawi visited Iran last week to persuade the country to resume supplies of 1,000 megawatts but talks failed amid reports that Tehran wanted Baghdad to settle an outstanding...

18 July 2018 9:03

  Iraqi authorities have arrested Mahdi Gharrawi, the former commander of operations in the country’s northern Nineveh province, because they blame him for surrendering Iraq’s second largest city of Mosul to the Daes  terror group four years ago, the Alsumaria TV channel reported on Tuesday, citing its sources. According to the broadcaster, Gharrawi, who was responsible for defending Mosul from Daesh militants, has been detained...

18 July 2018 8:53

  Calm has been restored in the majority of Iraq’s southern provinces following protests against corruption, poor services and unemployment. Baghdad says holding protests is the people’s constitutional right, but insists it will not tolerate vandalism.

18 July 2018 8:52

  Iran’s energy minister says rising energy consumption amid a suffocating heat wave forced the country to cut power exports to neighboring Iraq which is grappling with an electricity crisis. Iraqi Electricity Minister Qassem al-Fahdawi visited Iran last week to persuade the country to resume supplies of 1,000 megawatts but talks failed amid reports that Tehran wanted Baghdad to settle an outstanding...

17 July 2018 18:33

  Iraqi Security Forces (ISF), backed by Peshmerga fighters, launched a joint operation to oust ISIS elements from Mount Qarachogh, near Makhmour. The campaign, heavily backed by the international coalition forces and airstrikes, have secured up to 30 square kilometers of territories located south of the mountain. Tunnels, hideouts and fortifications of the terror group were destroyed by the coalition airstrikes. The Kurdish forces...

17 July 2018 18:23

  Iraqi police say around 250 people have gathered at the main entrance to a major oilfield near the Iraqi city of Basra for a second week to protest alleged government corruption and poor public services in southern cities. Production operations at the Zubair oilfield, which is run by Italy’s Eni, were running normally despite the Tuesday protest, however, according to officials at the field. Reports said...

17 July 2018 13:04

  Iraqi police say around 250 people have gathered at the main entrance to a major oilfield near the Iraqi city of Basra for a second week to protest alleged government corruption and poor public services in southern cities. Production operations at the Zubair oilfield, which is run by Italy’s Eni, were running normally despite the Tuesday protest, however, according to officials at the field. Reports said...

16 July 2018 20:06

  Iran's defense minister on Monday said that Iraqi people's vigilance deterred the enemies' conspiracies aimed at partitioning the region. Enemies have various plots against the regional countries, including the Iraqi Kurdistan region, Brigadier General Amir Hatami said in a local ceremony. He noted that in spite of Kurdish people and officials' interest in living inside Iraq's official borders, enemies deceived some people...

16 July 2018 15:17

Nearly 200 Iraqi people have staged a protest at the main entrance to Iraq's Siba natural gas field following a week of unrest in the country’s southern cities over poor public services and alleged corruption, police and energy sources say. Siba officials stressed that operations at the gas field, which is run by Kuwait Energy PLC, have not been affected by Monday's...

16 July 2018 0:38

  At least two protesters have lost their lives as demonstrators clashed with security forces in Iraq’s southern province of Muthanna, amid escalating unrest in the crisis-hit Arab country’s southern cities over poor public services and claimed widespread corruption. The deadly incident occurred in the provincial capital of Samawa on Sunday, a week after protest rallies began to form in the southern...

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