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Iraqi Parliament Postpones Vote on Election Date
Turkey Begins Operation Against U.S.-Backed Kurdish Militias in Syria
Tribal Feuds Spread Fear in Iraq's Basra Province
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U.S. Criticizes Turkey Over Military Offensive in Kurdish-held Northern Syria
ISIS Still Poses Threat to Iraq After Liberation
Turkey Deploys More Tanks to Syrian Border
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Syria Threatens to Down Turkish Jets Over Its Kurdish Region
Kurds Appeal to U.N. Over Turkish Threats
Syrian Government: U.S. Military Presence in Syria Is Act of Aggression
Massive Turkish Army Convoy Heads to Syrian Border
Pentagon Says it is Not Creating Conventional 'Border Guard' in Syria
Turkey's Uneasy Relationship With Europe
US Vital in Stabilizing Northern Iraq Says Archbishop of Erbil
The US is Doubling Down in Syria -- But Officials Won't Say Why
U.S.-Backed Force Could Cement a Kurdish Enclave in Syria
The United Nations' Shameful Treatment of Persecuted Christians
Baghdad and KRG Reach Initial Agreement on Lifting Flight Ban
Russian Top Diplomat, US Iraqi Envoy Discuss Post-conflict Situation in Iraq
Russia, Turkey and Syria Oppose U.S. Plan on Kurdish Force
Kurdish Parties Will Boycott Vote on Iraqi Budget Bill
New Challenges for US in Syria, Iraq Despite Success Against ISIS
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U.S. Confirms It Is Training Kurdish Recruits in Syria
Suicide Bombings in Baghdad Puncture Newfound Hope
Netherlands Joins UN Security Council to Shine Light on IS Genocide
KDP Will Boycott Iraq Elections in Kirkuk, Disputed Areas
Iraq Sunni Tribes: Postpone Elections Until Displaced Return
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Turkey Says U.S. Training of Kurdish YPG in Syria Border Force is Unacceptable
Turkish Military Attacks Kurdish Forces in Syria
A New Life Sprouts Up Around Mosul After Scars of ISIS Rule
Iraqi Assyrians: The Forgotten Refugees
Christian Worship Revived in Largest Assyrian City in Iraq
Turkish Forces Shell Syrian Kurds Targets in Northern Syria
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Iraqi Militias Form Political Coalition for Elections
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US Changes Rules on the UN to Help Assyrian and Minority Victims of Genocide in Iraq
UN Warns Of 'Humanitarian Catastrophe' In Syria
US is Giving Weapons to Terror Group in Syria, Turkey Says
Iraq Court Rules Yezidis Must Have Greater Representation in Parliament
U.S. to Withdraw More Troops From Iraq in Coming Months
Syrian Refugees in Lebanon Become Poorer, More Vulnerable in 2017: UN
US May Deport 100 Iranian Christian Refugees
Turkish Police Detain Assyrian Man
Sorrow Stalks Iraqi Assyrians in Lebanon
Iraqi Premier Vows Commitment to Strong Turkey Ties
ISIS Razed 116 Villages in Iraq's Kirkuk in 3 Years
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Summaries

Iraqi Parliament Postpones Vote on Election Date

(Reuters) -- Iraq's parliament failed on Saturday to approve May 12 as the election date, as suggested by the government, as Sunni and Kurdish lawmakers demanded a delay to allow hundreds of thousands of war-displaced people to return home.

Tribal Feuds Spread Fear in Iraq's Basra Province

Daud Salman and his family stayed put in their Iraqi village despite years of regular clashes between tribes, but when a stray bullet wounded his son, it was time to move. In the north of Basra province, "bullets talk," he said.

ISIS Still Poses Threat to Iraq After Liberation

By Mohammad Salim

Barely a month after Baghdad declared victory over Daesh (ISIS), the jihadis could still recapture areas of Iraq, especially near the border with Syria, experts and officials say.


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