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Sulaimaniya’s PUK and Gorran parties have agreed to electioneer and vote together, hoping to clip the wings of acting President Massoud Barzani’s KDP.
The latest in a string of asymmetric attacks around the capital, IS militants partially destroyed a propane filling station in Taji before Energy Police regained control.
After taking over day-to-day leadership of the Oil Ministry in the wake of an ongoing political crisis, Fayadh Nema discusses the path ahead for Iraq's oil sector.
Iraq’s spokesman for the Joint Military Command taking on IS discusses the grueling siege of Fallujah, and the progress of operations in Anbar province.
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