Iraq government

 
Travelling to Iraq - let the waters rise
Travelling to Iraq - let the waters rise
Like many South Africans I normally head for the coast over the holiday break, but not this year: I went to Iraq instead.
Iraqi security forces free hostages
Iraqi security forces free hostages
Iraqi security forces on Monday freed hostages at the Tikrit city council headquarters, which was occupied by militants, while a council member and...
Iraqis slam government over deadly wave of bombings
Iraqis slam government over deadly wave of bombings
More than 530 people have been killed so far this month, and over 2,800 since January 1, according to AFP figures based on security...
Iraq hit by worst violence since 2008
Iraq hit by worst violence since 2008
Iraqi authorities have failed to bring the wave of unrest under control, and have so far not addressed the underlying political issues that...
Women in Iraq yet to regain their place
Women in Iraq yet to regain their place
This is due to a conbination of sanctions and conflict, including the US-led invasion one decade ago.
Iraq investment concerns remain as trade fair ends
Iraq investment concerns remain as trade fair ends
Iraq Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki  trumpeted Iraq last week as the top destination for investment in the region.
Analysts: US pull-out will hasten Iraq demise
Analysts: US pull-out will hasten Iraq demise
The killing of one of his key Iraqi allies on the day he announced a troop pull-out from Iraq came as a stark reminder to United States President...
US security firm runs into new trouble
US security firm runs into new trouble
Randel Parks pushed his hands into the pockets of his jeans and rocked back on the heels of his cowboy boots. "I've been here 30 years," he said,...

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