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US Travel Warning: Leave Iraq or prepare for funeral

US Travel Warning: Leave Iraq or prepare for funeral

Today the U.S. Embassy and Consulate in Baghdad ordered a partial ... Read More

Security alert: US Embassy in Baghdad warns Americans not to travel to Iraq

Security alert: US Embassy in Baghdad warns Americans not to travel to Iraq

The US Embassy in Iraq has issued a security alert, warning ... Read More

Rotana Hotels & Resorts returns to Babylon

Rotana Hotels & Resorts returns to Babylon

Rotana Hotels & Resorts and Al Ibaa Company have signed a ... Read More

6.1 Iran deadly Sunday Morning earthquake felt as far as Baghdad

6.1 Iran deadly Sunday Morning earthquake felt as far as Baghdad

Tazehabad, Iran is the closest town with less than 1.100 people ... Read More

Royal Jordanian suspends flights to Iraqi Najaf over ‘security situation’

Royal Jordanian suspends flights to Iraqi Najaf over ‘security situation’

Jordan’s state airline has suspended four weekly flights to Najaf in ... Read More

Christmas Returns to Northern Iraq

Christmas Returns to Northern Iraq

Just one year ago Mosul was the seat of the Islamic ... Read More

Iran – Iraq Earthquake death rate 400 and climbing

Iran – Iraq Earthquake death rate 400 and climbing

A powerful 7.3-magnitude earthquake has hit the border region between Iran ... Read More

Iraq told Qatar to suspend Qatar Airways flights to Erbil and Sulaymaniyah

Iraq told Qatar to suspend Qatar Airways flights to Erbil and Sulaymaniyah

Based on notifications received from the Iraqi Authorities to suspend operations of all ... Read More

Iraq and Saudi Arabia to re-open Arar border crossing closed for 27 years

Iraq and Saudi Arabia to re-open Arar border crossing closed for 27 years

Saudi Arabia and Iraq plan to open the Arar border crossing ... Read More