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The formation of this committee coincided with what seemed to be a retreat from the Sadrist trend regarding the process of withdrawing confidence from Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. Political observers in Baghdad did not rule out that Iranian
June 1, 2012 Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki recently held one of his traveling Cabinet meetings in the disputed city of Kirkuk in an effort to show Iraqi Arabs on the edge of the Kurdish-controlled north that he's working on their behalf, too.
NB:Watch Part 1 & 2 Shootings, explosions and suicide bombings kill across Iraq daily and every month hundreds... Iraqi children are growing up who know nothing but war and killing and o
Nouri Al-Maliki's denial of being aware of Kuwait's intentions to build Mubarak Al-Kabeer Port, members of his political bloc did not wish to "accelerate tensions" with Kuwait and called for opening a dialogue as their security forces were "not ready"
Differences between Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and rival Iyad Allawi are high but should soon disappear, a Shiite lawmaker said Wednesday. Maliki and Allawi were the top contenders for prime minister in last year's parliamentary elections.
Two months after a general election that produced no outright winner, Iraq has become locked in a battle between two men fighting for power that threatens its fragile security and hopes for stability. Whether or not Shia Prime Minister Nouri Al
Iraqiya Bloc Does Not Want to Recognize Article 140 Kurdish MP 14/12/2010 Erbil, Asharq Al-Awsat Kurdistan Alliance MP Mahmoud Othman told Asharq Al-Awsat that the National Alliance which is made up of Ammar al-Hakim's Iraqi National Alliance and
Iran is a dominant player in Iraq 's electoral politics, and is using its close ties to Shia, Kurdish, and select Sunni figures to shape the political landscape in favor of a united Shia victory in the January election. A pro-Iran, Shia-dominated,
Local interlocutors from Najaf's social, economic, political and military circles discussed with Post's Senior Iran Watcher (IW) and PRToffs the scope of Iranian influence in the province, the role of the Shia clerical establishment (Marja'iyyah),
After eight months under an interim caretaker the longest period between election and formation for any parliamentary government in history a recent deal finalized the next Iraqi government. The delay, and the convoluted deal that finally broke the