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Iraq-Jordan border crossing generates highest revenue since reopening

Security |

Iraq-Jordan border crossing generates highest revenue since reopening

The Trebil border crossing, which was reopened in 2017, has begun to register a daily financial revenue of $1.6 million.

UK seeks guarantees ahead of tanker's release

Security |

UK seeks guarantees ahead of tanker's release

British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has told his counterpart in Iran 'Grace 1' will be released if Iran guarantees it was not heading to Syria.

Under IRGC pressure, Deir Ezzor natives leave

Refugees |

Under IRGC pressure, Deir Ezzor natives leave

As Iran-affiliated militias consolidate their presence in the Syrian province of Deir Ezzor, residents have been heading for other areas.

Syrian regime minimizes impact of fuel crisis

Economy |

Syrian regime minimizes impact of fuel crisis

The acute shortage of fuel has affected many aspects of daily life in Syria and has given rise to smugglers and black market dealing.

Al-Hamdaniya sees surge in return of displaced residents

Society |

Al-Hamdaniya sees surge in return of displaced residents

Around 130,000 displaced residents have returned to the Ninawa province district in the three years since its liberation from ISIS, a local official told Diyaruna.

Iraq upholds its trials of ISIS foreign fighters

Crime & Justice |

Iraq upholds its trials of ISIS foreign fighters

Foreign nationals who joined ISIS and now face trial for their crimes in Iraq are being treated fairly by the country’s legal system, experts say.

Iraq recovers 6 Yazidis from Syria's al-Hol camp

Human Rights |

Iraq recovers 6 Yazidis from Syria's al-Hol camp

Five Yazidi women and one child have been handed over to a team from the Iraqi Office for Yazidi Abductees Affairs and returned to Sinjar.

Regime strike kills civilians in rural Idlib camp

Security |

Regime strike kills civilians in rural Idlib camp

Regime bombardment targeted parts of Idlib, and fierce fighting broke out between the warring sides in Latakia's Turkmen Mountain area.

Iraqi religious authorities maintain neutrality amid Iran crisis

Politics |

Iraqi religious authorities maintain neutrality amid Iran crisis

Shia authorities in Najaf have refrained from calling on Iraqis to support Iran in its crisis with the international community.

Iraq registers children born in ISIS-controlled areas

Human Rights |

Iraq registers children born in ISIS-controlled areas

Iraqi courts have begun to issue birth certificates to unregistered children born under ISIS rule in partnership with the security forces.

Iraq kicks off new campaign targeting ISIS remnants

Security |

Iraq kicks off new campaign targeting ISIS remnants

A massive military campaign is targeting ISIS cells in the desert of Anbar, Salaheddine and Ninawa that stretches up to the Iraq-Syria border.

Syria forum seeks to counter ISIS's ideology

Terrorism |

Syria forum seeks to counter ISIS's ideology

An international forum to discuss ways to confront ISIS ideology is under way in north-eastern Syria's Qamishli province.

Bombarded by regime forces, Idlib province a 'prison for free men'

Human Rights |

Bombarded by regime forces, Idlib province a 'prison for free men'

Syria's militant-controlled region of Idlib is home to some three million people, who have been variously affected by a surge in regime attacks since April.

Iran fuels sectarianism in Iraq to expand its influence

Society |

Iran fuels sectarianism in Iraq to expand its influence

Iran-backed militias have been undermining Iraqi identity and stirring up sectarianism, which helps the Iranian regime further its own goals.

Iran seeks to use Iraqi territory as base to threaten region: analyst

Security |

Iran seeks to use Iraqi territory as base to threaten region: analyst

A drone attack against the Saudi oil industry in May was launched by Iran-backed militias in Iraq, not the Houthis in Yemen, according to a recent report.

Iraqis hail US blacklisting of firm as IRGC guns front

Economy |

Iraqis hail US blacklisting of firm as IRGC guns front

The Iraq-based Manabea Tharwat al-Janoob General Trading Company was used by the IRGC to smuggle hundreds of millions of dollars worth of weapons to affiliates in Iraq.

Iraqi government issues decree to rein in PMF militias

Security |

Iraqi government issues decree to rein in PMF militias

Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi issued a decree Monday that orders the integration of all armed groups into the Iraqi army.

IRGC expands in Syria under guise of reconstruction

Economy |

IRGC expands in Syria under guise of reconstruction

Hizbullah-run Jihad al-Bina is recruiting youth and acquiring real estate in strategic areas in Syria in support of the IRGC.

Syrian conscripts desert to avoid Idlib conflict

Security |

Syrian conscripts desert to avoid Idlib conflict

There have been a growing number of desertions in areas such as al-Nabek in rural Damascus as conscripts seek to avoid the frontlines.

Iraqi forces kill ISIS infiltrators in western Anbar

Security |

Iraqi forces kill ISIS infiltrators in western Anbar

A new operation was launched Sunday to secure the border and close any loopholes the enemy could infiltrate through.