Investigation reveals UK lied about civilian deaths in Iraq

At least two, and possibly up to 26, civilians were killed by British airstrikes, according to a combined media and NGO investigation.

UN chief on ‘solidarity’ visit to Iraq

The UN chief's visit, his first to Iraq in six years, comes as the war-torn country prepares to mark the 20th anniversary of the toppling of longtime dictator Saddam Hussein in a US-led invasion.

IS attacks still claim Iraqi lives five years after defeat

Iraq has come a long way since major fighting ended over five years ago against IS, putting an end to their self-declared "caliphate" which once stretched across swathes of Iraq and Syria.

Oil prices fell but Iraq continues to export

LONDON: Oil prices fell Tuesday on fears that an inflation-induced weakening of global economies would soften fuel demand, and as Iraqi crude exports have...

Arshad Sharif explains how Pakistani regime changes serve US interests

Sharif says we have to find out "the smoking gun in the hand of the conspirator" involved in the assassination of Liaquat Ali Khan, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, and Imran Khan's ouster.

Iraq shot down drone near base hosting US troops

The sources said it was not clear whether the drone was on a surveillance mission or if it was carrying any explosives.

‘Armed drone’ attack on Arbil airport, Iraq

This latest attack comes on the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks on the United States, in which nearly 3,000 people were killed.

IS attack in Iraq leaves 11 Iraqi fighters dead

At least 11 fighters from Iraq's state-sponsored Hashed al-Shaabi force were killed in an ambush by the Islamic State group north of the capital...

Twin suicide bombing in Baghdad kills atleast 13 people, reveals preliminary toll

A rare twin suicide bombing killed at least 13 people on a bustling commercial street in the heart of Baghdad on Thursday, the military...

US decreases troop levels to 2,500 in Afghanistan and Iraq

The US military has cut troop levels in Afghanistan and Iraq to 2,500 each, their lowest levels in the nearly two decades since the...

US puts senior Iraqi official Fayyadh on blacklist

The US Treasury slapped sanctions on the leader of Iraq's paramilitary Popular Mobilization Forces Friday, saying he was connected to "serious human rights abuse." The...

Joe Biden’s position on Afghanistan

In a Pentagon briefing room on Tuesday, Christopher Miller, the Acting United States Secretary of Defence, announced US withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan. The US...