In The Loop

KRG on the brink

Cracks are beginning to appear in the Kurdish Regional Government in Northern Iraq. The offices of all the major parties have been attacked in Sulaymanyeh province and a number of people have been killed in a crackdown by security forces. Two opposition parties have quit the local government. And, as anger grows over austerity measures, unpaid wages and of course, the fallout from September's referendum, Iraq's central government says it could step in.

UN vote on Jerusalem, KRG on the brink and Trump’s tax reform

UN vote on Jerusalem, KRG on the brink and Trump’s tax reform

Suspect in Turkish diplomat's killing identified

Suspect in Turkish diplomat's killing identified

Northern Iraq Tensions: Turkey ready to mediate between Iraq and KRG

Northern Iraq Tensions: Turkey ready to mediate between Iraq and KRG

Understanding Iraqi election

Understanding Iraqi election

Woman On War: Sue Turton, Independent Journalist

Woman On War: Sue Turton, Independent Journalist

Woman On War: Zeina Awad, Correspondent TRT World

Woman On War: Zeina Awad, Correspondent TRT World

Woman On War: Nicole Johnston, TRT World Correspondent

Woman On War: Nicole Johnston, TRT World Correspondent

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