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Deadly strike prompts suspension of west Mosul operations

26 March, 2017

While Iraq's parliament speaker Salim al-Jabouri has expressed concern over reports of airstrikes that may have killed more than 100 civilians in western Mosul.

Coalition gathers to hear Trump's Islamic State plan

22 March, 2017

The 68-nation US-led coalition against the Islamic State group will meet in Washington on Wednesday to accelerate efforts to destroy the remaining jihadist strongholds in Iraq and Syria.

Sunni ex-governor: Mosul was 'handed over' to Islamic State

18 March, 2017

In an exclusive interview with The New Arab, Atheel al-Nujaifi, the embattled former governor of Mosul, accuses the Iraqi government of seeking to alter the city's demographics after liberation

Mosul: Iraqi forces close in on Baghdadi's 'caliphate mosque'

17 March, 2017

Iraqi forces are gearing up to capture Mosul's al-Nuri Mosque, where the Islamic State group leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi had infamously declared his 'caliphate'

Islamic State 'foreign fighters' mass grave uncovered near Fallujah

15 March, 2017

A mass graveyard of Islamic State militants containing some 500 grave stones was discovered near al-Saqlawiya, northwest of Fallujah, the Iraqi ministry of defence announced on Tuesday.

Iraq: 'No evidence' of IS chemical attack in Mosul

11 March, 2017

UN envoy says no Islamic State group chemical attack took place in Mosul, despite reports indicating that one occurred earlier in March.

Exclusive: IS resistance 'weakening' as militants flee Mosul battle

10 March, 2017

IS militants are fleeing the the front lines with Iraqi forces in west Mosul, a senior army commander told The New Arab on Friday.

Netanyahu: The Golan Heights belong to Israel

10 March, 2017

Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu expressed concerns to Russian President Vladimir Putin over increased Iranian influence in war-torn Syria.

Boomerang loan: Britain gives Iraq £10bn to spend...in Britain

06 March, 2017

British firms set to benefit from multi-billion pound loans that will be given to Iraq to improve war-ravaged infrastructure, but funds can only be spent with British firms

Syrian returnees terrorised by 'creative booby-traps' left by IS

06 March, 2017

Islamic State has shown 'homicidal creativity' in the design and deployment of deadly booby traps in the town of al-Bab, which it lost to Syrian rebels in late February

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