Days after formally reopening, the newly refurbished Najibiya power plant polluted Basra's water supply. Now regulators are threatening to shut it down.
Facing huge deficits and an economic crisis, Kurdistan’s government has little choice but to cut wages and risk further public unrest.
The province where Iraq's oil industry was born is starting to get paid for oil by the Kurdistan region. Kirkuk's governor explains the new "petrodollar" deal.
The head of Iraq’s anti-flaring efforts discusses progress – and delays – on the long road to capitalizing on the country's natural gas wealth.
Iraq's oil minister discusses budget negotiations and the dispute with the KRG over oil fields, exports and revenues.
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