Iran summons Iraq envoy over Kurdish opposition groups
Iran has summoned Iraq's ambassador to protest over the presence of Iranian opposition groups at an official ceremony in Iraq's autonomous Kurdish region.
Mahesh Babu’s Foundation wins ‘heart’ of Iraqi boy
An ardent fan of Mahesh Babu, Husam Talib Hamzah, father of Rakan Husan Talib and a post-graduation student at Andhra University in Visakhapatnam, contacted Mahesh Babu (MB) Foundation for support.
20 years later, Iraq's Saddam Hussein still revered in Jordan
In Jordan, many people fondly remember Saddam for his support for the Palestinian cause, Arab nationalism and resistance to Western intervention in the Middle East.
20 years later, US Senate to vote on repeal of 'nefarious' Iraq war powers
Hundreds of thousands of Iraqis were killed by American troops after former President George W Bush's administration blatantly lied that Saddam Hussein stockpiled weapons of mass destruction.
Iraq far from 'liberal democracy' even as US invasion marks 20 years
The US forces never found the weapons of mass destruction that had been the justification for the war, and eventually left Iraq, liberated from a dictator but marred by instability.
India's Russian oil imports hit record high in Feb; surpass combined imports of Iraq and Saudi
India, the world's third-largest crude importer, has been snapping Russian oil that was available at a discount after some in the West shunned it as a means of punishing Moscow.
'Our silence cost lives': German parliament recognises Yazidi 'genocide' in Iraq
Islamic State jihadists in August 2014 massacred over 1,200 Yazidis, members of a Kurdish-speaking community in northwest Iraq that follows an ancient religion rooted in Zoroastrianism.
One dead in stampede outside stadium before Arabian Gulf Cup final in Iraq
Iraq has been the scene of deadly stampedes in the past, most recently in Karbala during the Ashura commemorations of 2019, when 31 people died.
Iran protests to Iraq over Gulf football cup name
It is the first time Iraq has hosted the biennial competition -- commonly referred to as the "Gulf Cup" -- since it was launched in 1979.
Rockets hit Iraqi air base, 2 security forces wounded
The attack comes days after an explosives-laden drone targeted U.S.-led coalition forces near a northern Iraq airport, causing a large fire and damage to a building.
Iraq offers to mediate in crisis between its allies Iran, US
The Shiite-majority Iraq has been trying to maintain a fine line as allies Tehran and Washington descended into verbal vitriol.
Return of Iraq-Syria flights postponed: Damascus
Iraqi Airways, said Thursday it would resume flights to Damascus for the first time since the Syrian civil war started in 2011.
No Messi, no problem as Argentina beat Iraq 4-0
Argentina will face traditional rivals Brazil, also in Saudi Arabia next Tuesday.
Suicide attack kills six Sunni fighters in northern Iraq: Police
No group has claimed responsibility for the attack but Islamic State militants operate in the area.
Bodies of five men from Bihar killed in Iraq brought to Patna; families pray for closure
The mortal remains of the five construction workers from Bihar’s Siwan district killed by ISIS in Iraq were flown to Patna in a special IAF plane late on Monday evening.
Embassy had no record of Indians killed in Iraq: Minister of State for External Affairs VK Singh
Singh today brought back the mortal remains of 38 Indians from Iraq in a special aircraft that landed at the Amritsar International airport here.
Mortal remains of 38 Indians killed in Iraq brought to Amritsar; families asked not to open coffins
Although 39 Indians were killed as the Islamic State took over Mosul in June 2014, the mortal remains of 38 were brought back as the identification of one body is still pending.
Cambridge Analytica row: Ravi Shankar Prasad denies allegations, accuses Rahul Gandhi of doing politics on death of Indians in Iraq
He said media reports about the opposition party using the services had appeared in October and November last year and it never denied those stories till the BJP raised the issue yesterday.
Government inventing stories on Congress, Cambridge Analytica to divert attention from Iraq deaths: Rahul Gandhi
The Congress has been accusing the Modi government of managing headlines to deflect the country's focus from the multi-crore PNB bank scam and the dilution of provisions of the SC/ST Atrocities Act.
Families of Indians killed in Iraq recount their struggle for information
The eight people from the two districts in Punjab were among the 39 Indians abducted by the Islamic State terrorist group in 2014.
Vizhinjam seaport protests: Police station attack was with 'ulterior intention', says Kerala CM
'The Kashmir Files' controversy: Apologies if my remarks were interpreted differently, says Nadav Lapid
Will fight again, against what is wrong: Bilkis Bano on remission given to her rapists
Tamil Nadu amended law that allows Jallikattu seeks to prevent cruelty on animals: State tells SC
India dismisses China's concerns on military exercise with US in Uttarakhand
'Bazball' powers England to new first-day record against Pakistan in 1st Test