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Iraqi forces capture villages in IS-held Tal Afar

21 August, 2017

Iraqi government forces made fresh assault on one of the Islamic State group's last strongholds in the country.

Contrived claims of nationalism in post-Mosul Iraq

21 August, 2017

Comment: Nationalist narratives of post-Mosul Iraq are not crafted with the interests of the poor or destitute in mind, writes Nazli Tarzi.

Iraqi forces make quick gains in IS-held Tal Afar

20 August, 2017

Iraqi forces have advanced from the south into Tal Afar, as the last Islamic State group militants prepare to 'fight to the death' in the stronghold.

Iraqi forces begin operation to retake IS-held Tal Afar

20 August, 2017

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has warned that IS fighters holed up in Tal Afar have no option but to 'surrender or die'.

Clearing Iraq of US, IS explosives could take decades

19 August, 2017

The top US commander in Iraq says American troops will assist in the effort to locate unexploded bombs dropped there by the US-led coalition.

Iraqi forces 'ready' for next battle against Islamic State

19 August, 2017

Senior US military leaders said that Iraqi forces are largely set for their next major campaign against Islamic State.

An American century in Iraq?

17 August, 2017

Analysis: Washington has been involved in Iraq for at least a quarter of a century already, notes Paul Iddon.

The Iraq Report: Child trafficking by Baghdad mafia exposed

16 August, 2017

Analysis: Welcome to The New Arab's weekly digest of events in Iraq

Thousands flee as Iraq airstrikes pound IS-held town

16 August, 2017

Iraqi and coalition forces have stepped up air raids on Tal Afar, ahead of a ground offensive to drive out Islamic State group militants.

Iraq's Yazidis and Assyrians remain unconvinced by Kurdistan referendum

16 August, 2017

Comment: Whether the futures of Yazidis and Assyrians lie in Iraq or an independent Kurdistan, neither option is likely to guarantee their rights, writes Gareth Browne.

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