Tuz Khurmatu - The Turkmen residents of Tuz Khurmatu say their ancestors built the Iraqi town tha
Nermeen Mufti, based in Baghdad,
has been covering Iraqi affairs for
Kirkuk- Kirkuk is often described as “Little Iraq” as it reflects the country’s diverse communi
Baghdad - Iraqi officials are taking steps to stop sectarian writings from appearing in state-spo
Baghdad - As battles waged by Iraqi forces against Islamic State (ISIS) militants in Mosul appear
Kirkuk - Tensions between Iraq’s central government in Baghdad and Kurdish regional authorities
Baghdad - The Iraqi parliament in October postponed discussions of a bill that bans Iraqis with
KIRKUK - Military equipment worth millions of dollars was recently stolen by an unknown armed g
Baghdad - Before the US-led invasion in 2003, the United Nations and Interpol said Iraq was comp
BAGHDAD - While attention is focused on the long-awaited battle to liberate the northern Iraqi
FALLUJAH (Iraq) - For the first time in nearly two years, I was allowed to drive to Falluja.
BAGHDAD - US warnings of the possible collapse of Iraq’s largest dam are causing concern across
BASHIR (Kirkuk) - Debris littered the area.
Baghdad - Despite a bloody sectarian strife, violence by Islamic State (ISIS) militants and str
RAMADI - Street scenes in the liberated districts of Ramadi look horrific.
BAGHDAD - Iraqis have seen it all: a totalitarian regime that fired chemicals on minority groups
Baghdad - Through much of the second half of the 20th century, Iraq boasted the best education
BAGHDAD - Right after Kurdish and Yazidi forces recaptured the strategic northern Iraqi city of S
Erbil - Despite its vast oil resources, Iraq’s autonomous northern Kurdish region is facing an
BAGHDAD - Flash floods that battered Iraq left thousands of displaced people struggling to survi
Baghdad - Iraqis were incensed by TV footage showing the corpses of six countrymen who fled war’s