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The Iraqi government has given Australian and British troops the right to stay in the country after today when the UN mandate expires.
It looks like being a last Christmas for British troops in Iraq. Media reports, quoting an unnamed senior UK defence source, say British forces will
Terrorists have killed at least 18 people in two bomb attacks in Baghdad. Thirteen women died when the bus taking them to work at the trade ministry
After a week of fierce arguments in parliament, today it was the turn of thousands of Iraqi Shiites to make their feelings known about allied troops
The Iraqi government says it is confident that US President-elect Barack Obama will not jeopardise the country’s improving security by hastening the
The outcome of the US election is almost certain to have an impact on Iraq, with both candidates having differing views on the withdrawal of
Radical Iraqi cleric Moqtada al-Sadr has announced his Mehdi militia will henceforth observe an indefinite ceasefire.
Last year al-Sadr ordered the
A female suicide bomber has killed 15 people and wounded 39 in the northern Iraqi city of Baquba. The woman detonated the device after walking over
The leader of Al-Qaeda in Iraq has been captured according to Defence Ministry officials there. The detained suspect is said to be an Egyptian called