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

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Iraqi Kurdish leader calls for nonbinding vote on independence (03.02.2016)

The president of Iraq's autonomous Kurdistan region called for a nonbinding referendum on independence on February 2, saying national borders that have separated the region's Kurds for a century were "a big mistake."

Iraq builds wall and trench around Baghdad to stop militant attacks (03.02.2016)

The interior ministry’s spokesman, police Brigadier General Saad Maan, told the Associated Press that work began this week on a 100km (65-mile) stretch of the wall and trench on the northern and northwestern approaches of the capital.

Iraqi leader asks U.S. for help to train police forces, officials say (23.01.2016)

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi of Iraq privately asked Defense Secretary Ashton B. Carter this week for additional help training Iraqi police forces used to secure cities that have been retaken from the Islamic State … The request opens the door for the US and other countries — particularly Italy,...

Kurds displacing Arabs in Iraq in what could be ‘war crimes’ (19.01.2016)

Kurdish forces in northern Iraq, close partners of the United States, have burned and bulldozed the homes of Arab families in actions that may constitute war crimes, Amnesty International alleged in a new report.

‘Staggering’ civilian death toll in Iraq – UN report (19.01.2016)

A United Nations report released today details the severe and extensive impact on civilians of the ongoing conflict in Iraq, with at least 18,802 civilians killed and another 36,245 wounded between January 2014 and October 2015, while another 3.2 million people have been internally displaced due to...

Fears of more Iraq strife as regional Sunni-Shiite row escalates (06.01.2016)

Sectarian attacks south of Baghdad have aroused local fears that an escalating row between the region's Sunni and Shiite powerhouses could plunge Iraq back into all-out civil conflict.

German cabinet approves more soldiers for Iraq (06.01.2016)

The German cabinet agreed to increase the numbers of soldiers training Kurdish Peshmerga forces in northern Iraq to up to 150 from 100.

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