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How can Iraq address child abuse, torture?
Tuesday, May. 2, 2017 | Sara al-Qaher, Contributor
While the phenomenon of child abuse has recently come under the spotlight in Iraq, the government is not taking action to stop this violence against children.
Iraq and Iran agree to resolve dispute on joint oil fields
Sunday, Mar. 5, 2017 | Sara al-Qaher, Contributor
After many years, Iraq and Iran have decided to form a joint committee to resolve differences about the oil fields between the two countries and the supply of a new oil pipeline to Iran.
Controversial canal again sparks dispute in Iraq
Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017 | Sara al-Qaher, Contributor
The Khor Abdullah maritime canal between Kuwait and Iraq has ignited a political crisis in Iraq amid accusations that Iraq's Cabinet gave away Iraqi territory.
Iran, Iraq seek to send a message with joint naval exercises
Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017 | Sara al-Qaher, Contributor
In a clear message to the Gulf countries of the Iranian influence, Iraqi forces with Iranian support are conducting military maneuvers in the Persian Gulf and the Iraqi land border with the Saudi.
Why does Iraq want to bring back dismissed security forces?
Thursday, Dec. 29, 2016 | Sara al-Qaher, Contributor
The Iraqi parliament wants to implement a decision to repatriate Iraqi soldiers who abandoned their posts during the rise of the Islamic State in 2014, but some are worried about the motives behind the decision.