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Iraqi Parliament Sets May 12 As Date for National Elections
Assyrian College Opens in Australia
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Iraqi Parliament Sets May 12 As Date for National Elections

By Sinan Salaheddin

BAGHDAD (AP) -- Iraq's parliament on Monday set May 12 as the date for holding national elections despite calls from the country's Sunni community to delay the vote until the return of nearly 3 million people displaced by the fight against the Islamic State group.

Assyrian College Opens in Australia

On Sunday 21 January, the new campus of St Narsai Assyrian Christian College, a year 7-12 co-educational Christian independent college of the Assyrian Church of the East was officially opened in a historic ceremony at Horsley Park, New South Wales, Australia.

Iraq's Political Landscape in Disarray

Iraq officially declared victory over the so-called Islamic State (IS) -- but was this a little hasty? Many Iraqis are concerned that could be the case, a fear the country's politicians are quick to dismiss. Theses worries testify to just how uncertain the future of Iraq really is.

Jihadist Corpses Poison Life in Iraq's Mosul

(AFP) -- For three years, jihadists made life in Iraq's Mosul impossible. Now, six months after their defeat, even their corpses are polluting everyone's existence as no one wants to move them.

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