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A parliamentary inquiry sheds lights on why the U.S.-trained Iraqi army collapsed so rapidly last summer.
Fadhil Ahmad al-Hayali, also known as Hajji Mutazz, died when his vehicle was hit near Mosul, officials said.
Graft permeates every level of the state, and the extent of the problem poses a test for Abadi’s reform push.
Iraqi leaders scuffle during discussion on countering the militants.
The former prime minister could face charges over his role in allowing the city to be seized by militants.
Islamic State militants claimed responsibility for the attack in the Shiite neighborhood of Sadr City.
Approval of a sweeping reform package followed large anti-graft street protests across Iraq.
The Kurdish region has started selling oil independently rather than transferring it to Baghdad, increasing tensions as the country tries to turn back the Islamic State.
Haditha has remained an outpost of resistance, but its nearly six-mile-long dam that is the country’s second-biggest producer of hydroelectric power makes it a valuable prize for the Islamic State.
The explosion targeted a marketplace filled with Shiites shopping for the Eid holiday.