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Daesh terrorists kill 12 civilians in Iraq
Daesh terrorists killed 12 civilians and wounded at least six in two separate attacks in Iraq, apparently taking advantage of a sandstorm that sharply reduced visibility across the country, security officials said Tuesday.
Sandstorm forces closure of Iraqi airports, public buildings
Iraq closed airports and public buildings on Monday as another sandstorm – the ninth since mid-April – hit the country, authorities said.
Iraq says reaches new agreements with Iran on gas supply
Iraq reached new agreements with Iran on the supply of natural gas from the country, according to the spokesman of the country’s Ministry of Electricity.
Iran exports 2m tons of goods to Iraq via Mehran border
Iran’s exports to Iraq via the Mehran international border crossing in the western province of Ilam exceeded 2.27 million tons during the last Iranian year (ended March 20, 2022), said the director general of Ilam Customs Administration.
One dead, thousands sick as latest severe sandstorm hits Iraq
One person died in Iraq and more than 5,000 were treated in hospitals Thursday for respiratory ailments due to a sandstorm, the seventh in a month, the Health Ministry said.
Baghdad to pay Iran energy debts soon: Iranian official
Chairman of the Iran-Iraq Joint Chamber of Commerce Yahya Al-e Es’haq said that according to the latest agreements between the two countries, Iran will pay Iran energy debts in the coming days.
Iraq’s Sadr bloc to introduce bill to criminalize normalization with Israel
The political bloc of Iraq’s influential Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr is set to submit a bill criminalizing the normalization of ties with the Israeli regime.
Iraqi FM: Baghdad will host new round of Tehran-Riyadh talks
Iraq’s Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein said Baghdad will host a new round of talks between Tehran and Riyadh, aimed at mending ties between the two Persian Gulf neighbors.
Iraq to dispatch a delegation to Tehran to discuss gas supply
An Iraqi delegation will travel to Iran to resolve gas supply issues amid efforts to prevent a shortage of electricity in the Arab country over the warm summer months.
Iran urges Iraq against hosting 'disruptive security presence'
President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi urged neighboring Iraq on Thursday not to allow its soil to be used for activities that disrupt Iran's security.
Iraq says OPEC+ commitment to output target helped absorb excess oil supply
The commitment of the OPEC+ group of oil exporting nations to output targets have contributed to absorbing an excess of supply in the market, Iraq's state-news agency cited the Oil Ministry as saying.
Iraq will need ‘suitable’ Iranian gas for years: Iraqi minister
The Iraqi electricity minister has described gas imports from neighboring Iran as suitable and inexpensive, saying his country “will need Iranian gas for years.”
Raeisi: US has no sympathy for Iraq
President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi reaffirmed Iran’s support for security and stability in Iraq, warning that the US has no compassion for Muslim nations, particularly for the Iraqi people.

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