• Turkey hunts Kurds in Iraq

    Turkey hunts Kurds in Iraq

    erbil June 27, 2018 04:33 Hot Recent News

    Thousands of Turkish commandos have been active in the north of Iraq for weeks, where they, supported by fighter planes, helicopters and drones, hope to defeat the terrorists of the PKK. The troops have now entered 30 kilometers in Iraq and have set up eleven military posts there.

  • Germany shocked after new asylum murder

    Germany shocked after new asylum murder

    mainz June 8, 2018 07:27 Hot Recent News

    For the third time in a short time an asylum seeker is suspected of murdering a German girl. Yesterday it became known that the body of 14-year-old Susanna F. was finally found. The suspected perpetrator, the criminal offender Ali Bashar, has taken his legs back to Iraq with his family.

  • Belgium sends more soldiers to Iraq

    Belgium sends more soldiers to Iraq

    brussels May 4, 2018 13:12 Hot Recent News

    Belgium is making more soldiers available to the international coalition against IS at the request of the United States. From mid-May, more than a hundred soldiers will be deployed extra. That has been decided by the Council of Ministers.

  • Germany wants to retrieve IS children

    berlin November 22, 2017 21:36 Hot Recent News

    The German government is trying to repatriate children of fighters and supporters of Islamic State. A number of German babies, toddlers and preschoolers, accompanied by their mother, are locked up in prisons and interrogation centers in Iraq after the collapse of the caliphate.

  • Already 100,000 Kurds fled from Kirkuk

    kirkuk October 19, 2017 10:57 Hot Recent News

    Already 100,000 Kurds flew from the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk, says the Kurdish Regional Council (KRG). On Monday, the Iraqi army left the area. The tensions have risen high after the march of Iraqi forces earlier this week.

  • Iraqi army units approach Kirkuk

    Iraqi army units approach Kirkuk

    erbil October 15, 2017 23:27 Hot Recent News

    Iraqi army units raised into the town of Kirkuk in Northern Iraq. Both Kurdish and Iraqi officials report that the troops approach the city. The goal is to capture the military base K1 west of Kirkuk and the nearby oil fields, according to the Iraqi army.

  • 'Yes' wins in Iraqi Kurds referendum

    'Yes' wins in Iraqi Kurds referendum

    erbil September 26, 2017 23:54 Hot Recent News

    The Iraqi Kurdish leader Masoud Barzani announced on Tuesday that his countrymen voted in the referendum on independence 'yes'. The public consultation in the north of the country was held Monday against the government's intention in Baghdad.

  • Referendum Northern Iraqi Kurds began

    Referendum Northern Iraqi Kurds began

    erbil September 25, 2017 07:33 Hot Recent News

    In the Kurdish region in northern Iraq, the controversial referendum started on independence on Monday. More than 5.2 million voters must decide whether the Kurdish autonomous territories will break apart from the rest of Iraq. A large majority is expected to be independent. However, the vote is not legally binding.

  • Iraq bombs IS bastion at Tal Afar

    Iraq bombs IS bastion at Tal Afar

    erbil August 15, 2017 10:00 Hot Recent News

    Iraq has started a bomb bombing on Tal Afar, a city west of Mosul still under control of Islamic State (IS) terrorist group. An attack with ground troops to take in the city will begin when the air campaign is over, said a spokesman for the Iraqi Ministry of Defense for television.

  • War crimes Iraqi army in Mosul

    War crimes Iraqi army in Mosul

    erbil July 27, 2017 12:27 Hot Recent News

    US-trained Iraqi troops committed war crimes in the fighting around the city of Mosul. In the final stage of the battle against Islamic State (IS), Iraqi soldiers have executed dozens of men, according to Human Rights Watch Human Rights Watch Thursday.

  • HRW denies Iraqi 'rehabilitation camps'

    HRW denies Iraqi 'rehabilitation camps'

    erbil July 13, 2017 22:33 Hot Recent News

    Human Rights Watch Human Rights Watch (HRW) accused Iraqi authorities of collective punishment of family members of alleged IS warriors. Security groups would have brought 170 families to 'rehabilitation camps'. According to the organization, there are factual detention centers for adults and children who are not accused of anything.

  • Coalition: Revival Mosul has been completed

    Coalition: Revival Mosul has been completed

    erbil July 10, 2017 19:09 Hot Recent News

    The international coalition against Islamic State responded monday to the revival of Mosul. 'Although still parts of the Old City need to be stripped of explosives and potentially hidden IS fighters, the Iraqi security forces Mosul now have firm hands,' concluded the coalition in a statement.

  • Bloody attack during wedding

    Bloody attack during wedding

    erbil March 8, 2017 22:39 Hot Recent News

    Two suicide bombers have in a village near the Iraqi city of Tikrit caused a massacre at a wedding party. They blew themselves up among the partygoers and certainly killed 23 of them. This was announced by the local authorities Wednesday. subsequently by more than thirty killed victims. There are several cases still injured.

  • 'Chemical weapons used in Mosul '

    'Chemical weapons used in Mosul '

    baghdad March 3, 2017 17:42 Hot Recent News

    The Red Cross has accused the warring parties in the Iraqi city of Mosul on the use of chemical weapons. The aid agency says five children and two women have treated who had been injured by chemicals.

  • Hollande visits French troops in Iraq

    baghdad January 2, 2017 09:21 Hot Recent News

    The reconstruction of Iraq can make an important contribution to preventing attacks in the West. That said, French President Francois Hollande on a visit to French troops stationed in the conflict-torn country.

  • European aid for Mosul flown

    European aid for Mosul flown

    brussels December 12, 2016 14:18 Hot Recent News

    A cargo plane on Monday, the first European emergency aid for the people of Mosul delivered in Iraq. The contains 40 tons of goods include 3,000 blankets, 268 family tents, sleeping mats and hygiene products.

  • HRW: Kurdish destroy Arab homes Iraq

    HRW: Kurdish destroy Arab homes Iraq

    erbil November 13, 2016 06:39 Hot Recent News

    The Kurdish forces in Iraq have been guilty of the unlawful destruction of large numbers of homes they have conquered IS. This enables the human rights organization Human Rights Watch in a report released Sunday. In some cases involve entire villages, writes the organization.

  • For fifteen liberated villages around Mosul

    For fifteen liberated villages around Mosul

    erbil October 20, 2016 16:27 Hot Recent News

    Iraqi forces snatch ever further towards the northern Iraqi IS stronghold Mosul. Iraqi soldiers and Kurdish peshmerga fighters have been freed fifteen villages around Mosul Islamic State. The city is since Monday the focus of an offensive against IS, because it is the last bastion of IS in Iraq.

  • Father Aylan: death continues

    Father Aylan: death continues

    berlin September 2, 2016 03:54 Hot Recent News

    The pictures of the drowned three years vluchtelingetje Aylan on a Turkish beach last year caused widespread disgust. His father Abdullah Kurdi said Thursday in the German newspaper Bild that since then not much has changed for the refugees.

  • 'Kurds sell German weapons'

    'Kurds sell German weapons'

    January 21, 2016 21:00 Hot Recent News

    Weapons Germany to Kurdish fighters in Iraq resulted in the fight against Islamic State are against the agreements resold by the peshmerga. According to research by the broadcasters NDR and WDR.

  • Syria faces ' flesh-eating ' disease

    erbil December 4, 2015 09:30 Hot Recent News

    A deadly flesh-eating " disease spreads rapidly in rural Syria, caused by the Islamic State bodies that leave the streets. That the Kurdish Red Crescent told the Iraqi newspaper Rudaw.

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