Friday,24 March, 2017
Current issue | Issue 1337, (23 - 29 March 2017)
Friday,24 March, 2017
Issue 1337, (23 - 29 March 2017)

Ahram Weekly

Salah Nasrawi

Iraq has been desperate for help in the fight against the Islamic State, but its leaders are dismiss

After years of infighting Iraq’s Sunnis are now trying to come together in the interests of post-IS

Saudi Arabia has been making friends with Iraq, but true reconciliation will be fraught with difficu

A planned pipeline linking Iraq’s disputed Kirkuk province to Iran might not only be about oil

Iraqi government forces are the closest they have ever been to liberating the city of Mosul, but que

The governments of Iraq and Kuwait are trying to cool things down, but the strong rhetoric over a wa

Wars, graft and poor governance are driving Iraqis deeper into poverty

Iraq’s Sunni groups appear more divided than ever about carving a way forward for their community

Many Iraqis wanted US President Donald Trump to win last week’s presidential elections, but they may

The coalition that has held together key Iraqi Shia groups since the fall of former Iraqi president

Efforts to renew talks on a political settlement in Iraq have largely ground to a halt, writes Salah

Prediction by the US top general in Iraq that liberating Mosul from IS will take two years has raise

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