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Iraq's state-owned oil company told at least three of its Asian customers they would not be given the full contractual volumes agreed upon for June.
The bipartisan measure was largely a response to a drone strike Trump ordered in January that killed Iran's top general, which sparked fears of war.
The first six Purple Hearts have been awarded, with a total of 29 expected to be presented to wounded service members by the end of the week.
The country aims to boost output by 200,000 barrels per day and join Saudi Arabia and Russia in the market-share struggle, Bloomberg reported.
The US military just fired back at Iranian-linked militias in Iraq, one day after a rocket attack killed a British Army medic and two Americans
"All options are on the table as we work with our partners to bring the perpetrators to justice and maintain deterrence," the Defense Secretary said.
Camp Taji was struck by a barrage of Katyusha rockets late Wednesday, with reports that 2 US troops were killed and a dozen others injured.
Mosques across the Middle East are being disinfected to help combat the spread of the novel coronavirus.
This incubator is helping entrepreneurs in war-torn Iraq launch startups like vegan meal services and art classes
Global investors are paying attention to businesses in Iraq, but the country is still in a rocky position.
Trump's conflict with Iran has taken attention away from ISIS while the terror organization shows strong signs of resilience.
Terrible headaches every morning: A veteran describes the pain of the kind of combat-related brain injury Trump has repeatedly dismissed
It's been 10 years, and a former US soldier is still struggling with the troubling effects of the mild traumatic brain injury he suffered in Afghanistan.