The United States has fallen apart from within while becoming increasingly isolated on the outside, says the commander-in-chief of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC).
Governor of the Iraq’s Nineveh province says the provincial capital of Mosul will be linked to Turkey via a railway, adding that construction for the project will begin within the next few days.
Iraq’s Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr says Israel will mark its own ending by opening its embassy in Iraq amid some reports about Tel Aviv considering opening its virtual diplomatic mission in the Arab country.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry condemns all acts of aggression targeting foreign diplomatic missions in Iraq after reports emerge pointing to taking place of such violence in the West Asian country’s capital, Baghdad.
A Katyusha rocket has hit an area in Baghdad’s Green Zone, which houses government buildings and foreign missions, including the US embassy, an Iraqi security source says.
Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Ali Shamkhani has censured certain ‘treacherous’ Arab leaders for normalization of ties with Israel, saying such measures will fail to help Tel Aviv realize its ‘Nile-to-Euphrates’ plot.
Commander of US military forces in West Asia has again raised concerns about surging attacks against American installations in Iraq, linking it to Iran’s vow to drive out US terrorist forces from the region but rejecting it as the reason for a major US troop reduction in the region.
The United States and Germany have announced they will reduce military presence in Iraq, months after Iraqi lawmakers passed a resolution calling on the government to end the presence of all Washington-led troops in the Arab country.
The Iranian government has picked up a new contractor for construction of a key railway extension into the Iraqi territory with sources saying that the bidder would provide full finances worth 100 million euros for the project.
The Commander of US Central Command terrorists Frank McKenzie during a visit to Iraq on Wednesday said his country will reduce the number of its forces in Iraq from 5,200 to 3,000 by the end of September.