Iraqi Newspapers and News Sites
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Hatha al-Youm meaning “This day” in Arabic: هذا اليوم, is news aggregator service for Iraqi affairs in three languages Arabic, Kurdish, and English. It was launched in 2011 with five main sources.
Awena is a weekly independent Kurdish newspaper, published every Tuesday in Sulaymaniyah, Iraqi Kurdistan. Awena means “The Mirror” in Kurdish. The newspaper was founded by Asos Ahmed Hardi, former editor-in-chief of Hawlati after he clashed with the owner of Hawlati and resigned.
Iraqi News is an online English language news service focused on Iraqi and wider Middle Eastern events. The site started in early 2003, shortly before the Iraq War. Iraqi News has been referenced thousands of times by other news vendors.
Al Sabah Al Jadid
Al Sabah Al Jadeed Akhbar Newspaper ePaper Today Edition Read Online Free Publishing in Arabic (العربية) From Iraq.
BasNews is an independent and multilingual news agency based in Erbil, the capital of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq.
Al Forat Network is a satellite television network in Iraq. The Arabic language network is owned by Ammar al-Hakim, an Iraqi Shi’a cleric and politician. Al-Forat has 300 employees, with offices located in the city of Karrada in Baghdad.
A comprehensive news site that is keen to communicate the news to you from its source, Iraqi, Arab, international, political
Sbeiy is a professional Newspaper that is based on a collective voice of proficient and independent journalists.
Buratha News Agency
Azzaman is a daily Iraqi newspaper published simultaneously in London, Baghdad and Beirut by Saad al Bazzaz.
Al Mada is a daily Arabic newspaper published in Iraq. The headquarters of the paper is in Baghdad. It is published by Al-Mada Foundation for Media, Culture and Arts. The founder of the daily is Fakhri Karim, an Iraqi former communist. The paper has an independent political stance.
The Iraqi Alsumaria TV website displays the latest urgent news of Iraq, in addition to the most beautiful Iraqi series and entertainment programs.
Iraq News Network
Iraq News continually updated at Big News Network.com is one of more than 400 topics of news.
Al Iraqiya is a satellite and terrestrial public broadcaster and television network in Iraq that was set up after the fall of Saddam Hussein. It is an Arabic language network that serves upwards of 85% of Iraq’s population and is viewed by a significant percentage.
National Iraqi News Agency
The National Iraqi News Agency, or NINA, was the first independent news agency in Iraq after the Iraq War. It is primarily an Internet-based news outlet, although it plans to offer a WiFi platform in the near future.
Afaq TV is an Iraqi satellite television channel based in Baghdad, Iraq. The channel was launched in 2006. The channel is owned by Nouri al-Maliki.
Independent Press Agency (IPA)
The International Publishers Association (IPA) is an international industry federation representing all aspects of book and journal publishing.
Xebat is a daily Kurdish newspaper published in Iraq by the Kurdistan Democratic Party.
Arabic-language news source covering the Middle East and the Arab world.
Al Sharqiya is Iraq’s first privately owned satellite channel owned by the London, Baghdad and Dubai-based Iraqi media tycoon Saad al-Bazzaz, a secular nationalist from Mosul. Al-Bazzaz is also the Editor in Chief of the Azzaman newspaper.
All Iraq news.com AIN
Iraq Oil Report
Breaking news and analysis on energy, politics, security and life in Iraq.
Iraqi Communist Party
The Iraqi Communist Party is a communist party and the oldest active party in Iraq. Since its foundation in 1934, it has dominated the left in Iraqi politics. It played a prominent role in shaping the political history of Iraq between its foundation and the 1970s.
Iraq 123 News
Iraq 123 News, News in English News of Iraq which belongs to the Asia region.
Al Iraq Al Youm
Hatha al–Youm meaning “This day” in Arabic: هذا اليوم , is news aggregator service for Iraqi affairs in three languages Arabic, Kurdish, and English.
Al Sabaah is the official newspaper of Iraq. It was founded after the fall of Saddam Hussein’s regime in 2003.
The Kurdish Globe, previously known as The Hewler Globe, is the first English-language newspaper published in Erbil, Kurdistan, northern Iraq. Published for the first time on March 31, 2005, its editor-in-chief and founder is Jawad Qadir.
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Iraq Daily Journal
Journal Iraq (Arabic: جورنال عراق), is the first newspaper in Ottoman Iraq and the Arabic-language newspaper published in the Arab World.