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UN Assistance Mission for Iraq (UN-Peacebuilding)
Begin: 08/03

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Political polarization in Iraq threatens reconciliation efforts, top UN official warns (11.11.2015)

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi faces “immense challenges” to his efforts to bring reconciliation and broaden the political process in his strife-torn nation, confronting obstacles from all sides, the top United Nations official in the country warned the Security Council today.

UN: Iraqi forces making progress against IS (11.11.2015)

The United Nations' top official in Iraq said Wednesday that Iraq’s security forces are making slow but deliberate progress against self-proclaimed Islamic State (IS) fighters who control large swaths of that country’s territory.

Iraqi Kurds drive IS out of several villages (30.09.2015)

Kurdish forces say they have driven the Islamic State (IS) group out of several villages near the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk.

Baghdad had highest level of civilian casualties in August (02.09.2015)

Terrorism, violence and armed conflict in Iraq killed more than 1,300 people and injured over 1,800 others last month, reflecting a “steadily increasing number of casualties,” according to casualty figures released by the United Nations Assistance Mission in the country (UNAMI).

Some U.S. troops may be needed on ground in Iraq - retiring Army chief (12.08.2015)

The fight against Islamic State rebels is at a stalemate and if the U.S. military does not see progress in the coming months it should consider putting support troops on the ground with Iraqi forces, Army General Ray Odierno said on Wednesday.

Iraqi parliament backs PM's anti-corruption plan (11.08.2015)

Iraq's parliament on Tuesday emphatically approved a controversial package of reforms proposed by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi aimed at curbing corruption and government waste that includes abolishing the tripartite offices of the country's vice president and deputy prime minister.

Millions left in need after funding shortage forces UN health agency to cut services in Iraq (04.08.2015)

The United Nations health agency was forced to suspend 84 per cent of frontline programmes in 10 governorates in Iraq in July due to insufficient funding, leaving almost three million people without access to urgently-needed healthcare services.

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