New York: The UN human rights office OHCHR, has voiced deep concern over the decision by United States President Donald Trump to grant pardons to four security guards who were tried and convicted for the killing of 14 Iraqi civilians in Baghdad, in 2007. more
Iran strongly denies alleged involvement in most recent Baghdad green zone attack

Tehran/Sputnik: Iran refutes the alleged involvement of Iran-backed groups in the Sunday rocket attack on the Green Zone in Iraq’s capital, Baghdad, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesp ...

3 rockets hit Green Zone in Iraq's Baghdad

Baghdad/Xinhua: Three Katyusha rockets on Thursday landed in the heavily fortified Green Zone in the Iraqi capital Baghdad without causing casualties, the Iraqi military said.

U.S.-led coalition hands over military base near Baghdad to Iraqi forces

Baghdad/Xinhua: The U.S.-led international coalition forces, tasked with fighting the Islamic State (IS) militant group, on Sunday handed over a military base in Taji Camp in the north of ...

Iraqi PM calls for end to US embassy siege after strikes on Shiite militia

Moscow/Sputnik: Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi urged protesters on Tuesday to end the violent siege of the American embassy in Baghdad, which was triggered by a deadly US strike on ...

Two rockets hit US military stronghold in Baghdad - Reports

Damascus/Sputnik/UNI: Two rockets fell on the Taji Camp north of Baghdad where US military personnel is stationed, the Sky News Arabia reported on Monday, citing Iraqi security sources.

Saudi Arabia to open consulate in Baghdad on Thursday

Baghdad (Xinhua/UNI) Saudi Arabian Minister of Commerce and Investment Majid a-Qasabi, who is on a visit to Iraq, on Wednesday announced that his country will open a new consulate in the ...

Continue ‘their mission’ urges UN chief, as the victims of the Baghdad bombing are remembered, 15 years on

New York,  Remembering 22 colleagues killed by the “horrific terrorist attack” on the United Nations headquarters in Baghdad 15 years ago, Secretary-General Antóni ...

Iraq elections: Is Prime Minister Abadi set to lose?

Baghdad: With the lion share of the votes counted, Iraq's Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi is set to lose the polls.

In Baghdad, UN chief Guterres pledges solidarity with Iraqi government and people

New York, Mar 31 (Just Earth News): On what he called a "visit of solidarity" with Iraq, Secretary-General António Guterres on Thursday welcomed the commitment of the country’s l ...