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Iraq invites bids to develop oil and gas fields

27 November, 2017

Iraq on Monday invited foreign companies to apply for tenders to explore and develop eight oil and gas fields along its Iranian and Kuwaiti borders, along with an offshore bloc.

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.

Saudi crown prince's military alliance targets 'Palestinian terrorism'

27 November, 2017

A video at the opening meeting of an Islamic counter-terrorism alliance in Saudi Arabia caused a stir after using footage of Palestinian fighters to depict terrorists.

Russian strikes kill 53 civilians in Syria's Deir az-Zour

27 November, 2017

At least 53 civilians, including 21 children, died on Sunday when Russian air strikes hit residential buildings in a village held by Islamic State militants.

Kurds in Syria to hold second phase of elections

26 November, 2017

Kurdish authorities in northern Syria announced on Saturday that the second phase of elections in the region will take place on 1 December.

Iraq plans new Kirkuk oil pipeline to Turkey

26 November, 2017

Iraq is planning to build a new pipeline to ship oil from Kirkuk to the Ceyhan port in Turkey, the oil ministry said on Sunday.

Hariri accuses Lebanon's Hizballah of regional interference

25 November, 2017

Days after returning back to Lebanon, Prime Minister Saad Hariri has accused Hizballah of interfering in neighbouring states, as veteran politician Walid Jumblatt calls for calm.

US vastly 'under-reported' troop numbers in Syria

25 November, 2017

Pentagon officials have told Reuters there are around 2,000 US troops in Syria, a figure way above official figures and a fact that will soon be publicly acknowledged.

UN condemns deadly mosque attack in Egypt

25 November, 2017

The UN Security Council statement called Friday's bombing and shooting a “heinous and cowardly terrorist attack.”

Iran reaps economic and strategic rewards from Iraqi-Kurdish dispute

24 November, 2017

Analysis: The rise of Iran-backed militias in northern Iraq gives Tehran a geopolitical opening, but there are no guarantees it will be able to consolidate power there, writes Paul Iddon.

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