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Iraq parliament elects pro-Iran list candidate as speaker

15 September, 2018

The former governor of Anbar province Mohammed al-Halbusi will be the youngest speaker of parliament in Iraq's history.

Witness in fall of Mosul investigation 'found killed'

03 July, 2018

A main witness in an investigation into the fall of the Iraqi city of Mosul to the Islamic State group has been murdered, The New Arab's Arabic-language service has reported.

After Islamic State, Baghdad cannot govern Iraq from centre

01 December, 2017

After its military defeat of the Islamic State group, the Iraqi government needs to solidify its success on the battlefield by committing to a more federal state, argues Paul Iddon.

Iraq's Sunnis and the 2018 elections

27 November, 2017

Analysis: Next year will see the most competitive elections Iraq has seen, writes Gareth Browne.

'Shia militias nation's biggest threat,' says Iraqi vice president

08 November, 2017

Iraqi Vice President Osama al-Nujaifi is hoping the US administration will deliver on pledges to counter Iran's growing influence inside Iraq and across the Middle East.

The Iraq Report: Sunni attacks threaten to reinvigorate IS

28 June, 2017

Analysis: Welcome to The New Arab's weekly digest of events in Iraq

Turkey's long-term interest in Kirkuk and Mosul

12 May, 2017

Analysis: Turkish officials have detailed a long-held ambition to reclaim parts of the former Ottoman empire - though relations with Iraqi Kurdish authorities have warmed significantly since, writes Paul Iddon.

Between Baghdad and Damascus, what's the future for Sunnis?

11 May, 2017

Comment: Military victory over the Islamic State group must be accompanied by a political solution that serves the needs of both Sunni and Shia communities, writes Paul Iddon.

US investigation confirms deadly Syria strike had hit mosque

05 May, 2017

Pentagon officials initially denied that a March 16 airstrike targeting al-Jinah in Aleppo province had targeted a mosque despite the claims of first responders and activists on the ground.

Iraqi forces 'using imprecise Iranian missiles' in Mosul battle

28 March, 2017

Former governor of Mosul Atheel al-Nujaifi says the Iraqi army is using Iranian-made weapons, warning that some of the missile launchers are not precise and risk civilians lives.

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