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Dunia Weekly Iraq Market Tracker

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Weekly Security Update for 3rd May 2012

Levels of violence fell in Iraq last week following a spate of al-Qaeda attacks the previous week which killed dozens of people. Nonetheless, conditions were still relatively bad. At least 47 people were killed and 65 injured in nationwide incidents. Tactics A suicide bomber in Ba’qubah killed 10 people and injured 15 mid-week. Otherwise a […]

Weekly Security Update for 30th March 2011

Levels of violence continue to creep up in Iraq. Tuesday’s deadly attack on a government building in Tikrit serves as a reminder that terrorist groups retain the ability to conduct horrific attacks in the country. Otherwise terrorist activity was concentrated in Baghdad and Mosul. The south saw a slight rise in activity but it remains […]

Iraq Gives Go-Ahead to Kurdish Oil Exports

The Iraqi federal government Tuesday approved a deal that would allow oil exports from oil fields in the semi-autonomous region of Kurdistan in northern Iraq, which have been on hold for the last seven months over a payment row with Baghdad, a cabinet spokesman said. “The cabinet has approved a request submitted by the oil […]

Kurdish PM and Iraq Finance Minister Tackle Outstanding Issues

The Prime Minister of Iraq’s Kurdistan region, Barham Saleh, has received the Iraqi minister of finance, Bayan Jabr, to discuss pending issues between Baghdad and Arbil, an official statement said on Tuesday. “The visit has been devoted to outstanding financial issues between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG),” read the statement that […]