Kurdistan Region calls on Iraq to sign the Rome Statute

The Ministry of Martyrs and Anfal Affairs in the Kurdistan Regional Government called on Iraq to sign the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court.


Fuad Osman, spokesman for the Ministry of Martyrs and Anfal Affairs, told...

President of the Republic receives Kurdistan Region’s delegation

On Tuesday, 16/7/2019, the President of the Republic, Dr. Barham Salih received the delegation of the Kurdistan Regional Government in the framework of the delegation's visit to Baghdad.


The delegation of the provincial governmen...

PUKmedia publishes the proposals of the blocs on the Kirkuk elections

An MP of the PUK'S bloc emphasized that the House of Representatives is preparing to vote on the amendment of the law of provincial elections, and districts in its next session.


An MP Dylan Ghafur said in a statement to PUKmedia:...


US sanctions four Iraqis for rights abuses, corruption

The United States is sanctioning two Iraqi militia leaders and two former governors for human rights abuses and corruption, the US Treasury Department announced on Thursday.


Ahmed al-Juburi, the former governor of Iraq's Salahedd...


Kurdish stand at the international student culture festival in Warsaw

In June at the SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Warsaw (the oldest and the most prestigious private university in Poland) was held “University International Festival&rdquo...

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Bafel Talabani: Another intra-Kurdish conflict will not happen

Sulaymaniyah, Iraq - Over the past year, Iraq has seen a number of major political developments, including the fallout of the Kurdish independence referendum, the May national elections, and the Se...

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To end slavery, free 10,000 people a day for a decade, report says

Ten thousand people would need to be freed every day to eliminate modern slavery over the next decade, according to research on Wednesday showing countries making little or no progress in efforts t...

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