Iraq

Security Council urges greater efforts by Iraq, Kuwait to resolve post-invasion issues

The Security Council today urged the Governments of Iraq and Kuwait to step up their engagement with the United Nations envoy helping the two countries resolve issues pending from Iraq’s 1990 invasion, including finding Kuwaiti or third-country nationals.

After attacks in Iraq, UN envoy calls for root causes of violence to be addressed

In the wake of deadly attacks across Iraq, the United Nations top envoy there expressed his shock today and called for the country’s Government to address the root causes behind the violence.

UN envoy concerned about delay in relocating Iranian exiles living in Iraqi camp

The United Nations top envoy in Iraq today voiced his concern about the delay in the relocation of the residents of Camp New Iraq – formerly known as Camp Ashraf – to a new location, Camp Hurriya, prior to resettlement in third countries.

Iraq: One woman's quest for justice

Noor is a young woman from Iraq with virtually no legal rights in a country still struggling with the legacy of Saddam Hussein's 24-year dictatorship.

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UN envoy condemns ‘in the strongest terms’ deadly attack in central Baghdad

The United Nations top envoy in Iraq today condemned “in the strongest terms” an attack in central Baghdad, which reportedly resulted in dozens of deaths and injured many more.