Suadad Al-Salhy

Al-Qaeda keeps its grip on out-of-sight Iraqi cities

In the city of Mosul, out of view of visiting Arab dignitaries next week, al-Qaeda still controls the streets and people still whisper about death.

Digging up mass graves may heal Iraq’s war wounds

Beneath the detritus and shacks constructed on al-Sadah is buried what might be one of the largest unopened mass graves in Iraq's capital.

Iraq rocked by wave of attacks

Suicide bombers, car bombs and gunmen using silencers killed at least 55 people in Iraq on Monday.

Iraq sees alarming rise in cancers, deformed babies

The guns are gradually falling silent in Iraq as a fragile stability takes hold, turning the spotlight on a stealthier killer.

Baghdad blasts kill 95, Iraqi security criticised

A series of blasts in Baghdad on Wednesday killed 95 people and wounded 536 in Iraq's bloodiest day this year.

Baghdad rocked by series of deadly bomb blasts

A series of explosions killed at least 75 people and wounded more than 300 in central Baghdad on Wednesday.

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