It is the second day of an oil contract auction being held in Baghdad.
Two big oilfield deals were clinched yesterday – depending on how much the
Iraq is selling its oil, but investors should not expect a fire sale. Oil companies are trimming expectations just to get the oil flowing again, and
Iraq is destined to move up into the premier league of global oil producers after auctioning the rights to develop one of the world’s biggest
A joint venture by Shell and Malaysian firm Petronas has been awarded the contract to develop Iraq’s giant Majnoon oilfield.
With 12.6 billion
An Iraqi branch of al Qaeda has said it was behind Tuesday’s bombings which ripped through the centre of Baghdad, killing scores of people.
Authorities in Iraq say the number of people killed from a series of bomb blasts in Baghdad on Tuesday is much lower than previously reported
Iraq is promising to boost security; Washington said its military strategy will not be changed.
Leaders in both countries have condemned a series
Baghdad is still reeling from one of the worst waves of violence to hit the Iraqi capital this year.
A series of coordinated explosions killed at
At least 127 people have been killed and more than 400 others injured by a series of car bombs in the second most bloody day in Iraq this year
Scores of people have been killed after a series of suicide bombings in Baghdad.
News agency reports say at least a 112 people have died and more
A series of massive car bombs across the Iraqi capital has left more than 100 people dead and nearly 200 injured.
Coming within minutes of each
Baghdad has been rocked by a series of car bombs, which have left more than 100 people dead, and many more injured.
It is thought judicial
Iraq’s parliament has agreed a last minute deal to overcome divisions on a law allowing elections next year.
In a special late night session
It is celebration time or it is supposed to be for Muslims throughout the Arab world.
For Iraq’s Sunnis, today marks the start of Eid al- Adha or
New claims that British troops have been involved in brutality, torture and rape in Iraq have been made to the defence ministry in London.
As Iraq struggles to emerge from the sectarian carnage set off by the 2003 US invasion, organised crime, especially the kidnapping of children
In a rowdy session of Iraq’s parliament, MPs have passed a long delayed election law, paving the way for national polls due in January.
The death toll from Sunday’s double car-bombing in Baghdad yesterday has now risen to at least 155, with more than 500 people injured.
One hundred and thirty two people are now thought to have been killed and more than 500 wounded in a dual car bomb attack in Baghdad.
Iraq’s Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has visited the site of the twin bomb atrocity in Baghdad.
He has issued a statement blaming al Qaeda and
The Iraqi journalist who shot to global fame after throwing his shoes at US president George Bush claims he was tortured.
Muntadhar al-Zaidi was