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Syrian refugees struggle to buy food as aid dwindles
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KAWERGOSK CAMP, Iraq (AP) -- Perwin Shamsaddeen Ali, a Syrian refugee living in a tent camp in northern Iraq, has been reduced to cooking one meal a day for her family of four....

Iraq building wall, trench around capital
BAGHDAD (AP) -- Iraq said Wednesday it has begun building a wall and a trench around Baghdad in a bid to prevent militant attacks and reduce the large number of checkpoints inside the city....

Iraq awards contract for repairing major dam
BAGHDAD (AP) -- Iraq on Tuesday awarded an Italian company a contract to overhaul and maintain the Mosul dam in the country's north, days after a U.S. general warned of its possible collapse....

Iraqis rally around Olympic soccer team after Qatar win
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BAGHDAD (AP) -- The Iraqi soccer team's overtime win against Qatar, which will send it to the Olympics for the first time in more than a decade, has at least briefly united the fractured country in exultation amid its grinding war against the Islamic State group....

Iraq's military is still struggling despite US training
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BASMAYA, Iraq (AP) -- Iraq's 72nd Brigade was slowly moving through a live-fire exercise recently under the watchful eyes of U.S., Spanish and British coalition trainers when things began to go wrong....

Iraq says 40 bodies found in mass grave in Ramadi
BAGHDAD (AP) -- Iraqi forces have found more than 40 bodies, including those of women and children, in a mass grave in the city of Ramadi west of Baghdad, which they recently retook from Islamic State militants, officials said....

Czechs donate weapons, ammunition to Iraq, Jordan
PRAGUE (AP) -- The Czech prime minister says his government has approved a plan to donate further weapons and ammunition to Iraq and also ammunition to Jordan to help them fight Islamic State militants....

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