Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi sacked five local election officials on Saturday on charges of corruption during the May 12 parliamentary election.
Several roadside bombs wounded four people in the northern Iraqi oil city of Kirkuk on Wednesday
Gunmen in the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk were on Wednesday besieging several polling stations containing election staff.
A car bomb explosion hit the northern Iraq province of Kirkuk
Iraq plans to sign an agreement with BP on Thursday to boost production from the northern Kirkuk oilfields
Iraq has agreed to swap up to 60,000 barrels per day of crude produced from the northern Iraqi Kirkuk oilfield for Iranian oil, Iraqi Oil Minister Jabar al-Luaibi said on Saturday.
Five people were killed in an attack by the terrorist Daesh group in the Iraqi province of Kirkuk.
The Iraqi military media announced Friday that a number of terrorists were arrested in the northern Iraqi province of Kirkuk.
Commander of Kirkuk operations Ali Fadel Omran said Thursday six members of Daesh group were killed during a security operation in western Kirkuk.
The Iraqi Joint Operations Command announced on Thursday that US troops have not been deployed to the oil-rich province of Kirkuk or any other part of Iraq.
Iraq plans to build a new pipeline that will ship oil from Kirkuk's oilfields to the Ceyhan port in Turkey, the oil ministry said on Sunday.
An unidentified drone was shot down by Iraqi anti-terror troops in central Kirkuk province.
The bureau of the Kurdistan Region Parliament in Kirkuk announced suspending its sessions temporarily and moving to Erbil, Al Sumaria channel reported.
Two suicide bombers struck in the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk on Sunday.
Realities on the ground in Iraqi Kurdistan are changing at a rapid pace, and for the passive international observer, it is impossible to stay informed
“I will remain as a Peshmerga,” said Barzani in a letter to Parliament
His Excellency Prime Minister Dr. Haider Al-Abadi has received a telephone call from The French President Emmanuel Macron.
Engineers on a key oil processing facility from two major fields in the Kirkuk area of predominantly Sunni Kurdistan, had fled, fearing the military advance.
“I was born in Kirkuk; I’ve lived here all my life. Now I am a stranger, in a strange city.”
Nearly 30,000 Kurds have been displaced from Tuz Khurmato, a multi-ethnic city south of Kirkuk where sectarian and ethnic tension flared after Iraqi forces took.