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US launches air strikes in Iraq after rocket attack kills British army medic

The US has launched air strikes in Iraq after a “hugely popular” British army medic was killed in a missile attack on a military base. Lance...

Iraq’s outgoing prime minister says US troops must leave

The US has no alternative and must pull its troops out of Iraq, or else face an impending crisis, the country’s outgoing prime minister...

US sending extra forces as Iraqi militamen storm into US Embassy compound in Baghdad

Dozens of Iraqi Shia militiamen and their supporters have broken into the US Embassy compound in Baghdad, smashing a main door and setting fire...

Iraqi militamen storm into US Embassy compound in Baghdad

Dozens of Iraqi Shia militiamen and their supporters have broken into the US Embassy compound in Baghdad, smashing a main door and setting fire...

Three protesters killed as Iraqi PM submits resignation

Three anti-government protesters have been shot dead and at least 58 others injured in continued unrest in Baghdad and southern Iraq even as Prime...

Violent clashes in Iraq leave eight dead

Eight people have died and at least 90 were wounded on Thursday in renewed clashes in central Baghdad. Separately, one policeman was killed and six...

Iraqi president bows to protests and calls for new voting law

Iraq’s president has called for the drafting of a new election law and said he would approve early elections once it is enacted, bowing...

Six protesters killed during Iraqi anti-government demonstrations

Six protesters have been killed in clashes with Iraqi security forces during nationwide anti-government protests, officials said. Security chiefs and medical staff said three people...

Death toll climbs to 42 in Iraq protests

The death toll from protests in Iraq has climbed to 42. A senior government official in the country’s south said 12 protesters died in a...

US troops leaving Syria ‘cannot stay in Iraq’

Iraqi military chiefs have said US troops leaving Syria and heading to neighbouring Iraq do not have permission to stay in the country. Officials said...

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Armed protesters call for removal of giant Confederate carving

A large group of armed protesters marched through the US state of Georgia’s Stone Mountain Park, calling for the park’s massive Confederate carving to...

Mission: Impossible filming to resume in UK under quarantine exemption plans

Filming on the latest Mission: Impossible movies will be able to resume in England as the Government looks to exempt high-end stars from quarantine. Culture...

Zoom boss says it ‘will not stop’ focus on security improvements

Zoom boss Eric Yuan has said the video calling app “will not stop” looking to improve its security features as it marked the end...
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