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'Impossible to know' civilian toll of anti-IS fight: Pentagon

06 June, 2018

The US has responded to Amnesty's accusations over civilian deaths in Raqqa by saying there was "no possible way" of knowing how many people were killed.

Turkish airstrike in Iraq 'neutralises' six PKK militants

06 June, 2018

The airstrikes covered six regions in northern Iraq where the Kurdish militant group has a presence.

Turkey seeks to reassure Iraqis over upstream Tigris dam

05 June, 2018

The level of the Tigris River has visibly dropped since the filling began on Friday, with Iraqis able to cross the river on foot in some places.

Jordan king calls for tax review as protests continue

05 June, 2018

The Jordanian monarch called for a review of tax laws as anti-austerity protests continued even after the resignation of the prime minister.

The Iraq Report: Turkey's silent invasion of Iraq

05 June, 2018

Our weekly round-up of events in Iraq this week features Ankara's attack on the PKK in the Qandil mountains.

London teenager guilty of plot with all-female terror cell

05 June, 2018

Safaa Boular plotted the grenade and gun attack in London after the authorities intervened to stop her travelling to Syria to marry an IS fighter she had met online.

Eleven civilians killed in Kurdish, coalition anti-IS offensives

05 June, 2018

A US-led coalition bombing and SDF artillery shelling killed at least 11 civilians on Monday, as the civilian death toll of the anti-IS operation comes under fire.

Netanyahu: Iranian meddling will spark 'new refugee crisis'

05 June, 2018

The German and Israeli leaders expressed deep differences over Iran, with Netanyahu casting dramatic predictions of religious wars and refugee crises sparked by Iranian interference in regional conflicts

Are Kurds of Iraq and Syria about to reconcile?

04 June, 2018

Analysis: A visit to Iraq by Syria's Kurds could signify thawing relations, writes Paul Iddon.

Iraq begins exporting oil from Kirkuk to Iran

04 June, 2018

It is the first time Baghdad has agreed to divert crude from the Kirkuk province since it retook the region from the Kurds last year.

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