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Iraq approves reform package to address protests

Iraq approves reform package to address protests

The Iraqi parliament approved a series of decisions that respond to unemployed young people's demands after a week of anti-government protests.

Plan to rebuild Mosul Old City under review

Plan to rebuild Mosul Old City under review

The federal government is reviewing a proposal to reconstruct the Old City, which was destroyed in operations to dislodge ISIS in 2017.

Iraqi militias accused of smuggling fuel to Syria

Iraqi militias accused of smuggling fuel to Syria

Some Iran-backed militias have been accused of using their ties to the PMF to smuggle oil to Syria to support the regime and line their own coffers.

Iranian pipeline merely a pipe dream, Iraqis say

Iranian pipeline merely a pipe dream, Iraqis say

The Iraqi government will not permit Iran to extend a pipeline across its territory to Syria in order to export oil, as this would violate sanctions, Iraqi parliamentarians said.

Iran financial, judiciary systems vulnerable to corruption: experts

Iran financial, judiciary systems vulnerable to corruption: experts

The Iranian regime exercises control over the judiciary and key sectors of the economy, which leave them vulnerable to corruption.

Pound's steep drop hits Syrians in the stomach

Pound's steep drop hits Syrians in the stomach

With the currency's historic drop, many Syrian families have seen the prices of basic necessities like food rise beyond their ability to pay.

Bridge restoration helps Anbar move forward

Bridge restoration helps Anbar move forward

The reopening of key bridges over the Euphrates reconnects Anbar's central and westernmost cities and facilitates post-ISIS reconstruction.

Squeezed by sanctions, Iranians seek day jobs in Iraq's Kurdish region

Squeezed by sanctions, Iranians seek day jobs in Iraq's Kurdish region

Many young, university educated Iranians say they are forced into construction or menial labour in Iraq's Erbil due to the worsening economic situation in Iran.

Iraq seeks to reduce reliance on energy imports

Iraq seeks to reduce reliance on energy imports

The 'Powering Iraq' conference focused on further developing Iraq's energy sector and moving the country towards energy independence.

Iranian contractors cause friction in Iraq

Iranian contractors cause friction in Iraq

Iranian companies working on public sector projects in Iraq have been criticized for extended delays in delivery and mismanagement.

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