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Iran points finger at US allies over deadly attack

Four militants attacked a parade commemorating the start of the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war in the southwestern city of Ahvaz.

Battle for Mosul’s soul and Iraqi identity

Mosul may no longer be a pillar of Iraq's identity

Christmas in Baghdad: Tanks, pilgrims, and Santa Claus

Christmas for Iraq's remaining Christian community means celebrating behind blast walls and barbed wire.

Dozens killed in a series of bomb attacks in Baghdad

A series of car bombs in mainly Shi'ite areas of Baghdad has killed 60 people and wounded 140.

Iraq: Counting the costs of war 10 years later

US policies have changed since it invaded Iraq and ousted Saddam Hussein a decade ago.

Second day of violence leaves 35 dead in Iraqi attacks

A wave of attacks targeting both Iraq's security forces and civilians killed 35 people, in a second day of deadly violence.

Wave of attacks kills 56 in Iraq

A series of more than 25 attacks across Iraq have killed 56 people and wounded over 250 others with security forces and markets among the targets.

Wrath of Iraq war lingers

Although the West is pulling out its armies, the war is by no means over for the Arab world, a former adviser warns. Nick Hopkins reports.

The real cost of the Iraq war

American military doctors are reporting that the number of suicides in the US army rose by 80% after the US launched the war on Iraq.

Obama promises troops will leave Iraq by year-end

President Barack Obama said on Friday the United States will fulfill its pledge to pull troops out of Iraq by the end of the year.

Powell demands answers over bioweapons lies

Former US secretary of state Colin Powell has asked why CIA failed to warn him over Iraqi defector who admitted fabricating Iraq bioweapons evidence.

UK inquiry probes Blair over Iraq invasion

Former UK PM Tony Blair promised he would back the US in taking action against Saddam Hussein almost a year before the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

Blair defends actions in new Iraq inquiry grilling

Tony Blair said on Friday he was determined to do whatever it took to disarm Saddam Hussein despite legal concerns.

US under pressure on WikiLeaks allegations

Washington on Sunday came under increasing pressure to investigate allegations in the leaked Iraq war documents published by WikiLeaks.

US accused of failing to probe Iraqi abuse cases

WikiLeaks released nearly 400 000 classified US files on the Iraq war on Friday, some detailing gruesome cases of prisoner abuse.

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