Tuesday,17 July, 2018
Current issue | Issue 1401, (12 - 18 July 2018)
Tuesday,17 July, 2018
Issue 1401, (12 - 18 July 2018)

Ahram Weekly

Salah Nasrawi

Iraq faces the tricky business of rebuilding cities crippled by the war against the Islamic State te

A UN-sponsored reconciliation plan may allow Saddam Hussein loyalists to make a comeback in Iraq, wr

The Iraqi government has declared the end of the war against the Islamic State group terrorists, but

Despite a decisive victory over IS and the blocking of the secession of Kurdistan, Iraq’s futu

Iraq’s Popular Mobilisation Forces have been victorious in the war against IS, but the questio

The independence of Iraqi Kurdistan may have become a distant dream, but Baghdad should be careful a

Iraq’s new anti-corruption campaign could be mostly posturing in the run-up to next year&rsquo

A US deal to let thousands of Islamic State group terrorists flee the city of Raqqa may shed light o

With general elections scheduled for next May, attention is fixed on the race to the polls as Iraq c

Iraqi and Syrian forces have recaptured last key towns from IS, but crushing the group remains the m

US President Donald Trump’s policy of taking on Iran by enlisting Iraq won’t win him hel

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