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Cyprus, Greece, Egypt vow closer security cooperation in Mediterranean

15 December, 2017

Officials met and agreed that exchanging information was 'exceptionally important' as the countries seek to combat terrorism in the region.

Reconstruction starts at Iraq's biggest oil refinery

15 December, 2017

The aim is to complete work early next year on one of the units that will produce 70,000 barrels per day at the Baiji complex which is currently shut.

Human rights groups condemn Iraq's mass executions

15 December, 2017

Iraq hanged 38 people accused of belonging to militant groups as international rights groups voice concerns about use of the death penalty in Iraq.

Iraq hangs 38 members of IS, al-Qaeda for 'terrorism'

14 December, 2017

Iraq has executed 38 militants belonging to the Islamic State group or al-Qaeda for terrorism offences, days after declaring victory over jihadists.

The Iraq Report: ‘Victory’ over IS

13 December, 2017

This week in Iraq: Was Abadi's declaration of victory just a political stunt?

Abu Dhabi: A tale of two emirates

13 December, 2017

Comment: The recent soft power push has far more to do with strategic military interests, weapons contracts and the steady flow of oil, than cultural collaboration, writes Joe Odell.

After Saleh, the outlook in Yemen remains bleak

13 December, 2017

Comment: If Yemen is to set itself on its feet again, its leader must address long-festering issues they have conveniently skirted in favour of placating patrons, writes Barak Barfi.

UN probes 'Iraq army abuses' during battles with Kurds

13 December, 2017

The UN mission to Iraq says it is investigating allegations of human rights abuses following clashes between the Iraqi army and Kurdish fighters in a disputed city last October.

London exhibition provides unique, never-seen-before portrait of multicultural Iraq

12 December, 2017

The work of Iraqi photographer Latif Al Ani is being exhibited in the UK for the first time, providing a portrait of Iraq as it has never been seen before.

An interview with Pankaj Mishra

12 December, 2017

Interview: None of the violence or dysfunction we are currently witnessing around the world is new and can be repeatedly found in history, Pankaj Mishra told Emran Feroz.

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