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Iraq's former oil hub deserted years after IS defeat

11 December, 2017

Two years after IS were forced from the industrial hub of Baiji the city remains a devastated ghost town as funds to help rebuild life have failed to materialise.

IS driven out of Syria's Idlib after 'regime-enabled' incursion

11 December, 2017

IS have been driven out of Idlib province, days after making an incursion into the region bordering Turkey, but activists claim the regime is assisting IS against rebel groups there.

Iraq holds military parade to celebrate 'victory' over IS

11 December, 2017

The Iraqi military has held a celebration to celebrate the end of the campaign against IS, while others warn the fight is not yet over.

Islamic State re-enters Syria's Idlib after clashes

09 December, 2017

After several days of clashes, IS recaptures villages in Syria's Idlib province, four years after they were first expelled, as Russian airstrikes in the province continue.

Islamic State is gone, but the tobacco industry remains

08 December, 2017

Comment: The tobacco industry's hold over Arab smokers may finally be cracking, writes Faisal Abualhassan.

Mosul Eye: Blogger who exposed IS atrocities reveals identity

07 December, 2017

When the city went dark under Islamic State's rule, Mosul Eye bravely documented its atrocities. Now, the blogger has ended his anonymity with the story of his double life.

Explosives contamination in Mosul is 'of previously unseen magnitude'

06 December, 2017

Iraq's second city of Mosul remains heavily contaminated with unexploded bombs and other remnants of the battle against Islamic State militants, the UN's mine action agency said.

HRW: Widespread violations in Iraq against IS suspects

05 December, 2017

The leading rights group found that Iraqi authorities were committing widespread violations against those detained on suspicion of having ties to the Islamic State

Saleh's death, checkmate

05 December, 2017

Comment: Saleh's death causes us to revisit the injustices that led Yemenis to rise up in 2011, writes Afrah Nasser.

Iraq slams calls to disband Hashd al-Shaabi militia alliance

03 December, 2017

Iraqi politicians slammed calls by the French president to disband a militia alliance that was pivotal in the battle against the Islamic State group.

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