Former presidential candidate Sarwa Abd al-Wahid announced her official accession to the Reconstruction and Reform Alliance, calling for fixing what wrong policies have spoiled.
National Wisdom Movement's (Al-Hikma) Mohamed al-Lakash said there are thousands of corruption files that have accumulated since 2003, including issues against prominent men in the state, which have not been dealt with until now.
The recently announced candidate for the Ministry of Justice, al-Qadi Arkan Qadir, said that he does not belong to any political party and that he continues to serve as an independent figure in the Kirkuk Court of Cassation (Al-Tamyeez).
Iraqi Minister of Planning Nouri Sabah al-Dulaimi said that the government intends to facilitate procedures regarding granting visas to international companies that look forward to implementing infrastructure projects in Iraq, especially for education, health and housing.
Baghdad’s historic bookselling and culture-rich Mutanabbi Street has lost its literary glow over the last few years with an ever-declining rate in book sales and readership, Arabic thinker Hamza Mustafa wrote.
Roaring along Baghdad’s highways, the “Iraq Bikers” are doing more than showing off their love of outsized motorcycles and black leather: they want their shared enthusiasm to help heal Iraq’s deep sectarian rifts
Built by the Ottoman Wali (ruler) in 1869, the Qishla Tower stands 23 meters tall on the bank of the River Tigris in central Baghdad. In 1927, the tower was fitted with a clock, a gift from King George V to King Faisal I of Iraq.
Satar Jabar, head of Iraq's Mandaean community, warned that the presence of misconceptions in the education curricula and the negative role played by media regarding religions in Iraq have led to discrimination against Mandaeans.
Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi sent a document to the parliament speaker on Monday containing the names of new candidates for the two ministries of justice and education.
International powers are trying to use their Artificial Intelligence (AI) capability to profit and accumulate wealth at the expense of other countries in economic, military and information fields.
A former CIA technical operations officer who helped rescue six US diplomats from Iran in 1980 and was portrayed by Ben Affleck in the film “Argo”, has died
More than 100 security forces members have been killed in a Taliban assault on a military base in eastern Afghanistan, the Independent quoted authorities as saying on Monday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke on Monday afternoon at the opening of the Ilan and Asaf Ramon Airport, referring to Syria in a statement that anyone who "threatens to destroy us will bear full responsibility," the Jerusalem Post reported on Monday
The UN envoy for Yemen landed in rebel-held Sanaa Monday for talks aimed at shoring up a truce between rebels and a government alliance in the port city of Hodeida, AFP reported on Monday.
The European Union imposed chemical weapons sanctions on nine Russian and Syrian officials on Monday, including the chief of the powerful GRU military intelligence agency, AFP reported on Monday.
A suicide bombing claimed by ISIS has targeted a US-Kurdish convoy in northern Syria, the second such attack in days, the Independent reported.
Senior Iraqi military commanders in the parliament have agreed to add 68 billion Iraqi dinars to the Defense Ministry’s budget to cover the salaries of Kurdish Peshmerga forces, who backed the US-led coalition and Iraqi security forces during the war against ISIS, a Kurdish lawmaker said on Sunday.
Iranian experts have slammed the silence on thousands of Israeli strikes against the troops of the Mullahs in Syria, without responding or even attempting to confront them.
A Chinese scientist responsible for what he said were the world's first "gene-edited" babies evaded oversight and broke guidelines in a quest for fame and fortune, state media said on Monday, as the university where he worked announced his dismissal.
Iraq has mourned the loss of Lamila al-Gailani, one of Iraq's first women who excavated the country's rich archaeological heritage.
Facebook Inc's WhatsApp messenger service is globally limiting the number of times a user can forward a message to five, in a bid to fight "misinformation and rumours", company executives said on Monday.
Iraq has denied news that US warplanes had carried out airstrikes against the Iran militias in Iraq and Syria (IMIS) in Anbar.
MP Raed Fahmi, representing Saairun Alliance, has expressed sticking to the stance refusing the appointment of Falih al-Fayyad to the post of Interior Minister, saying Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi informed the blocs not to suggest any candidate without consensus.
Mahdi al-Allaq, the general secretary of the cabinet, has said the government’s approach carried out by the Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi has included clear signs for launching the electronic government.
South Sudan has begun to repair and pump oil from wells damaged in the civil war and will ramp up production by the end of the year, the oil minister told Reuters ahead of a Monday trip to the oil fields.
Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi has attended on Monday the patents conference on the annual Iraqi Inventor Day.
The United States has no plan for Syria as it proceeds with President Donald Trump’s order to pull American troops out of the country, a top official who quit in protest at the policy said on Sunday.
Israeli strikes that hit several targets in Syria overnight to Monday killed at least 11 pro-regime fighters including two Syrians, a war monitor said.
MP Burhanul-Din Ishaq, representing Babylon bloc, has said Iraq began to return back to its international and Arab region and restore its stance, urging necessity of staying away from regional and international conflicts.
The Yemeni army has managed to reclaim strategic mountain ranges in the Kitaf district, northern Saada, from the grip
The World Bank has held the first ‘high-level’ conference to empower the woman economically in the Middle East, in collaboration with the Canadian government, Iraq, Jordan and Lebanon.
Syrian military air defences destroyed more than 30 cruise missiles and guided bombs during Israeli air strikes in the early hours of Monday, Russia's defence control center was quoted by Interfax news agency as saying.