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09:34, 11 September 2014 Thursday
Iraqi Turkmen dissatisfied with new central gov't

The Iraqi Turkmen Front leader said they are under-represented in the Abadi cabinet, with only one ministerial seat.

14:11, 10 September 2014 Wednesday
Kerry in Iraq to build coalition against ISIL -UPDATED

Kerry flew to Baghdad from Jordan, the first stop on his tour, which will also include Saudi Arabia and probably other Arab capitals.

13:58, 10 September 2014 Wednesday
Moqtada al-Sadr said Iraq should not cooperate with quot occupiers

"We wish for Iraq to cooperate with the neighbouring countries and its allies, but not with the occupiers," said Sadr, whose opinions hold sway over tens of thousands of militants.

10:53, 10 September 2014 Wednesday
Dozens of Yazidis found in 'mass grave' in Mosul

Women and children among 35 people buried in northern province in Iraq, Kurdistan Democratic party spokesman said.

16:23, 09 September 2014 Tuesday
UK to send arms to Iraqi government and Kurds

The announcement comes shortly after the appointment of Iraq's new government, led by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.

11:13, 09 September 2014 Tuesday
Iraq's Shi'ite militia Kurds use U S attacks to further

Rather than help keep the nation together, the air strikes risk being used by different factions for their own advantage in Iraq's sectarian and ethnic conflicts.

09:38, 09 September 2014 Tuesday
Kurdish leaders to discuss new Iraqi government

US Deputy U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Iraq and Iran says 'serious decisions' made on Kurdish people's future.

23:32, 08 September 2014 Monday
Iraqi parliament approves new Abadi government -UPDATED

Adel Abdel Mehdi from the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq was named oil minister while Ibrahim Jafaari, a former premier, was named foreign minister.

15:27, 08 September 2014 Monday
Reuters 'covered-up' rape by US troops in Iraq

The former head of the Reuters bureau in Iraq claimed that Reuters editors kept a hush on sexual abuse on staff by US troops in Iraq.

12:38, 08 September 2014 Monday
Kurds to hold final meeting on participating next government

The main sticking point is the Kurdistan Regional Government's (KRG) budget

12:13, 08 September 2014 Monday
ISIL launch gunboat attack on river-side town

Among the dead in the attack, the largest of its kind in the area, were civilians and Iraqi forces

09:52, 08 September 2014 Monday
Iraqi governor seriously injured in attack

Al Anbar governor Ahmed Khalaf al-Dulaimi was seriously injured on Sunday during clashes between IS militants and Iraqi forces.

12:43, 07 September 2014 Sunday
U S air strikes target militants near Iraq's Haditha Dam

The strikes were Washington's first reported offensive into Iraq's western Anbar province since it started attacks on ISIL forces in the north of the country in August

10:19, 07 September 2014 Sunday

The attack on Hawija, near Kirkuk city, was one strike in a series of raids by warplanes in the area, the witnesses said.

11:03, 06 September 2014 Saturday
Iraq refiles case in US court over disputed Kurdish crude

Baghdad urged the court to intervene by taking temporary control of the cargo until the dispute is resolved.

09:24, 06 September 2014 Saturday
NATO vows to defend allies against Iraq rebels

US President Barack Obama said at the Wales NATO summit that the security bloc would "degrade and ultimately destroy" the IS group.

14:12, 05 September 2014 Friday
Kirkuk oil production down 90 percent says governor

Continuing attacks by Islamic State militants to oil refineries in Kirkuk has led to a 90 percent decrease in oil output since June.

13:35, 04 September 2014 Thursday
British PM UK won't pay ransom for Iraq hostage

Cameron said that he was convinced that organizations such as the IS - which has violently taken over swathes of Syria and Iraq and is holding a British hostage under threat of death - have made "tens of millions of dollars from these ransoms."

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