Health & Science
UN Fears massacre In Iraqi Town
PNA - There are fears of a "possible massacre" in Iraq amid a UN warning about the situation in a town besieged by militants.
US backs federal system in Iraq: Joe Biden
PNA - Vice President Joe Biden said the United States would back a federal system in Iraq, as he pressed for unity in the sharply divided country amid a growing terror threat.
Iraqi force fails to recapture Tikrit
PNA - Third attempt to re-take Saddam’s birthplace stalls in face of snipers and mines
US Airstrikes and Peshmerga hit Near Mosul Dam
PNA - Officials say the U.S. military launched airstrikes Saturday as Iraqi forces launched an operation to re-take Mosul Dam from Islamic State militants.
Maliki refuses to go
PNA - Iran publicly endorsed a successor who many in Baghdad hope can halt the advance of Sunni jihadists.
Maliki criticizes decision to name new Iraqi PM
PNA - Nuri al-Maliki said on Monday the president's decision to name a replacement for him as prime minister was a "dangerous violation" of the constitution.
Iraq's president appoints new PM
PNA - Iraq's president on Monday bypassed sitting Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki to entrust the formation of a new government to another member of the governing Shiite coalition.
Iraq: More than 1,600 killed in July
PNA - More than 1,600 people were killed in acts of violence in Iraq last month, most of them civilians, according to government figures released today that excluded jihadist militants.
Emirates to stop flying over Iraq after MH17 disaster
PNA - Emirates Airline will stop flying over Iraq to protect against the threat of Islamic militants on the ground.
Turkey sends 87-trucks full of aid supplies to Iraq
PNA - Turkish agencies have sent 87-truck convoy of humanitarian aid to violence-hit Iraq over the last 45 days, according to information from Turkey's Prime Ministry public diplomacy office.
Mosul inhabitants forming anti-ISIS groups: governor
PNA - Other Sunni insurgent groups reluctant to join fight against ISIS, say they are focused on battling Maliki’s forces
Jihadist-held Mosul force Christians to flee
PNA - Iraq's second-biggest city has been cleared of Christians, an Iraqi official says, as Mosul's final Christian families, facing an ultimatum from Islamist militants at home, fled to the autonomous region of Kurdistan.
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