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17 killed in anti-government protests in Iraqi city: Witnesses

17 killed in anti-government protests in Iraqi city: Witnesses

At least 17 people have been killed in clashes between security forces and anti-government protesters in a flashpoint Iraqi city, witnesses said on Thursday.

Iraqi and Vietnamese directors scoop top prize at Busan film festival

Iraqi and Vietnamese directors scoop top prize at Busan film festival

An Iraq-Qatar co-production looking at life in war-torn Baghdad and a Vietnamese tale of a young bookie struggling to support himself and his loved ones have shared the top award ...

Nearly 100 dead as Iraqi anti-government protests rage on

Nearly 100 dead as Iraqi anti-government protests rage on

Days of anti-government protests continued in Iraq on Saturday, with nearly 100 people thought to have died in clashes between demonstrators and security forces.

Qatar-Iraqi relations witnessing a new start

Qatar-Iraqi relations witnessing a new start

The visit of Iraqi President Barham Salih to Qatar underscores the keenness and determination of the leaderships of the two countries to enhance bilateral relations in all fields.

Qatar Chamber, Iraqi delegation discuss joint investment

Qatar Chamber, Iraqi delegation discuss joint investment

Private sector leader Qatar Chamber and an Iraqi trade delegation held a meeting recently in Doha to discuss ways to boost joint economic and trade co-operation, it was announced on Saturday.

Iraqi asylum seeker sentenced to life for London Tube bombing

Iraqi asylum seeker sentenced to life for London Tube bombing

Judge Charles Haddon-Cave said Ahmed Hassan had constructed a homemade bomb "to kill as many members of the British public as possible".

Iran warns of regional chaos from Iraqi Kurd vote

Iran warns of regional chaos from Iraqi Kurd vote

Iran said Tuesday that the independence vote in Iraqi Kurdistan would trigger "political chaos" in the region, while the Revolutionary Guards said they were sending new missile equipment to the border.

Baby with eight limbs gets new lease on life in India

Baby with eight limbs gets new lease on life in India

A baby born with eight limbs, including two protruding from his stomach, has undergone surgery in India to successfully remove the extra arms and legs, in an operation being hailed as a world first.

Iraqi army advances on IS-held Fallujah

Iraqi army advances on IS-held Fallujah

The Iraqi army stormed to the southern edge of Fallujah under US air support yesterday and captured

Iraqi forces retake road to isolated Anbar city

Iraqi forces retake road to isolated Anbar city

Iraqi forces advancing from two opposite directions in Anbar have joined up, reducing the isolation of the city of Haditha

Iraqi MPs approve partial cabinet amid huge protest

Iraqi MPs approve partial cabinet amid huge protest

Iraqi lawmakers approved five of the prime minister’s candidates for a new cabinet yesterday

$5.5mn QRCS relief projects bring succour to Iraqi, Syrian refugees

$5.5mn QRCS relief projects bring succour to Iraqi, Syrian refugees

The recent emergency appeal issued by Qatar Red Crescent Society and QR7.3mn fundraising launched to help 40,000 Iraqis come to build on the relief efforts exerted by QRCS over the past couple of years...