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This includes Arab Shia clerics such as Ayatollah Mahmoud al-Sarkhi, whose headquarters in Karbala was strafed by helicopter gunships and his followers abducted, tortured and arrested by former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in 2014. Why was this Shia cleric attacked? Simply because Sarkhi vocally ...
When Nouri al-Maliki was prime minister, rifts between Baghdad on one side and the Sunnis and the Kurds on the other emerged after he clamped down quite violently on protests mounted by the former and completely cut off the federal budget allocation to the latter. After ISIS overran a third of Iraq in the ...

In 2010, the incumbent prime minister, Nouri al-Maliki, was re-elected, though his State of Law Coalition had won fewer seats than the more moderate Iraqi National Movement, led by Ayad Allawi. Barack Obama's administration could have weighed in to help Allawi form a government, but instead enabled ...
The KRG's economic issues began early in 2014 when then-Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki stopped budget payments to Erbil over its attempts to sell its oil independent from Baghdad. Salaries for KRG employees have been plagued by delays since 2014 and Kurdish authorities have repeatedly said they ...
Meanwhile, sectarianism was creating havoc in Iraq's Shiite-led government. In 2010, the incumbent prime minister, Nouri Al Maliki, was re-elected, though his State of Law Coalition had won fewer seats than the more moderate Iraqi National Movement, led by Ayad Allawi. The administration of former US ...
Mass incarcerations under former Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki led to widespread resentment among Sunnis, helping fuel the growth of IS. The head of the International Red Cross, an organization that regularly visits prison and detention facilities in Iraq, warned that mass detentions often incite future ...

Tikrit (IraqiNews.com) The bodies of 157 Iraqi cadets massacred by Islamic State militants in 2014 have been discovered over the past 20 days, a committee observing the exhumations said on Wednesday. The Committee to Commemorate the Tikrit Massacre said 157 bodies were found at a burial place at ...
During a separate meeting with Iraqi Vice President Nouri al-Maliki, Jahangiri said that “domestic integrity” for Iraq is the prerequisite to maintaining integrity. “Foreigners will interfere in Iraq's affairs if there is no integrity and convergence in the country,” he noted. Commenting on Iran-Iraq relations, ...
George Nader, 58, traveled to Moscow in 2012, telling Russian interlocutors that he represented Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and the deal should be negotiated through him, according to two Iraqi sources. Nader's role in the deal was controversial to Iraqi officials because Iraq's minister of defense ...
Following the 2010 parliamentary elections, when Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki was struggling to form a government, a group of Iraqi parliamentarians went to Qom to celebrate the Eid al Fitr holiday. They met with Suleimani, who then persuaded Moqtada al-Sadr to support Maliki. In return, Maliki ...
If he loses to Nuri al-Maliki, sectarian conflicts may escalate, thus posing too much danger to the German task force. Despite the fact that both Al-Abadi and Al-Maliki once belonged to the same Shiite Islamic Dawa Party, they will represent different coalitions during the May elections. Al-Abadi established a ...
In the May elections, current Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi will compete against his predecessor, Nouri al-Maliki, as the two politicians, who were once members of the same Shiite Islamic Dawa Party, now represent different coalitions. Al-Maliki's tenure in office was marked by sectarian tensions, ...
April 22, 2006 - President Talabani names Nuri al-Maliki Prime Minister-designate. May 20, 2006 - The Iraqi Parliament approves Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's choices for the Iraqi national unity government. There are 37 cabinet ministers, comprised of representatives from all major parties and all major ...
... a budget for arming and training the Peshmerga. Iraqi elections are set for May 12. Abadi's list faces stiff competition against other Shiite politicians, including former Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, who heads the National Alliance and the Dawa Party, of which Abadi is a member. Last updated at 2:20 p.m. ...
For his first term, Abadi was elected in September 2014 due to a split in former Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's State of Law Coalition (SLC), the electoral alliance that had won the largest number of seats that April. The collapse of the Iraqi army and the fall of Mosul to the self-proclaimed Islamic State (IS) ...
The State of Law Coalition, headed by former Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, denied on Thursday that he had signed a secret agreement with current ... of the Al-Nasr Coalition, had spoken of a handwritten deal between Maliki and Abadi to strike an alliance after the parliamentary elections in order to ...
He also wondered about former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's position on such an announcement knowing that Saddam was executed during his first term ... In addition, senior official of Badr Organization Karim al-Nouri told Asharq Al-Awsat that Azghadi's statement is insulting to Iran's allies and its rivals.

CAIRO - 15 February 2018: Iraqi Vice President Nouri al Maliki affirmed that the upcoming legislative elections scheduled for May will take place as anticipated despite the ... Maliki noted that several foreign governments are pushing to cause chaos within Iraq, thereby leading to the failure of the state and ending its ...
ERBIL, Kurdistan Region — Nouri al-Maliki, the head of State of Law Coalition in Iraq, has denied withdrawing from the upcoming parliamentary election and having any agreements or discussions with the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) about a coalition for elections. A senior KDP leader said on Monday “all options are ...
Although Mattis named no names, it is likely that he had Ameri and the Fatah Party in mind, although he might also have been thinking of Nuri al-Maliki. The US supported Maliki after Iraq's 2005 elections, but turned against him nine years later, when his increasing sectarianism and neglect of Iraq's Sunni Arab community ...
ERBIL, Kurdistan Region (Kurdistan 24) – Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and his predecessor Nouri al-Maliki, who are both running in separate electoral lists for the upcoming May elections, have expressed contradictory views about the formation of the future Iraqi government. In a speech during a ceremony marking ...


 

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