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Monday, 18 January 2021
Deadly clashes erupt in Iraq again between protesters and security forces
Iraqi parliament to convene on 2021 budget bill next week
Pro-Iran militias threaten Iraqi PM not to test their patience
Trump threatens Iran after embassy attack in Iraq
Erbil, Baghdad Agree on 2021 Budget Law: Deputy PM
Saudi, U.S. Forces Conduct Joint Aviation Integration Exercise in Arabian Gulf
US says will 'react' if Iran seeks to avenge Soleimani killing
Iranian-backed militias' rockets target US embassy in Baghdad
Netanyahu after vaccine jab: 'I feel great. Go get vaccinated!'
Posters of Soleimani, al-Mohandes hoisted inside Iraq’s parliament
Luke Coffey is Director of the Douglas and Sarah Allison Center for Foreign Policy at the Heritage Foundation. Twitter: @LukeDCoffey.
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