Iraqi PM to ask parliament to approve cabinet reshuffle: news conference

  Reuters 

Image source : reuters.com
Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said on Wednesday that he would ask parliament to approve a cabinet reshuffle on Thursday.
 ▼ Related news : 
Four reasons why the Perry Barr flyover 'has to go'
Birmingham mail  
Rory Stewart: 'I quit as MP to make a difference to the people'
The Scotsman  
France says to talk to Iraqi leaders about Islamic State detainees
Reuters  
UK PM Johnson sees chance of Brexit deal, not there yet: spokesman
Reuters  
Boris Johnson tells MPs 'back me or admit you're trying to thwart Brexit'
Mail Online  
Significant work to do, but Brexit deal still possible: UK PM Johnson
Reuters  
Housing minister Esther McVey outlines planning fee refund plans to boost building
Evening Standard  
Chef Mohammed Abdul Shakur accused of killing wife and children 'confessed to sister-in-law'
Birmingham mail  
Neil Patrick Harris will reportedly join Matrix 4 cast - CNET
CNET News  
UK PM Johnson will not resign it parliament rejects government agenda: spokesman
Reuters  
Queen's Speech forces monarch to reel off Boris Johnson's election promises
Mirror  
Johnson to use first Saturday parliament in 40 years to ask MPs to pass any Brexit deal he gets
Mail Online  
Finnish PM hopes for Brexit deal to avoid no-deal split
Reuters  
Irish PM says Brexit issues remain, EU sources report "standstill"
Reuters  
Top News !
  It is the smash-hit series which sees convicted killers give a first-hand account of why they committed their crimes -  and drew ...
  The BBC Breakfast presenter told his colleagues on Tuesday that he currently feels 'no aches or paints and feels remarkably healthy'...
  A number of people were hit, including a baby in a pushchair, before officers fired at the vehicle and arrested the driver in the Norwegian...
  Kira Noble, 16, was first diagnosed with Neuroblastoma aged 11 and has undergone five years of exhausting treatment.
  Warmer temperatures globally and abnormal weather patterns over Antarctica have seen the depletion of ozone halt this year with the...
  Boris Johnson has fired the starting gun on a 72-hour dash to get crucial legislation implementing the package through - urging the House of Commons to 'take back...
  Investigators have disrupted 24 terrorist plots in the UK since April 2017, Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick has said.
  The new Bus Connects plan for Dublin is promising a 22% increase in the level of service for commuters.
  As well as the tracker data below, you can also find demographic breakdowns of the latest resultshere . Demographic breakdowns for older surveys can be foundhere .
  Pressure is now on the government to put a framework in place so that women can access fully funded local abortion services...
  Hashem Abedi is accused of 22 counts of murder and conspiring with his brother to cause explosions.
  Hashem Abedi, 22, was arrested in Libya shortly after his brother Salman blew himself up as thousands of people left an Ariana Grande concert on 22 May 2017.
  The east London schoolgirl's lawyers have launched a legal bid against the Home Office saying the decision to strip her of her...
  Activist investor Cat Rock has warned investment firm Prosus not to interfere with Takeaway.com’s bid for rival food delivery...
  Louis Walsh has revealed that Brian McFadden would be welcome to rejoin Westlife.
  Solar power is the UK’s most well-regarded source of energy, and there is a clear consensus in the UK that renewable energy is a positive thing In May this year the Government...
  "I'm very, very, very romantic," Cody said when asked about Miley during an interview. "She'd...
  A van was set on fire in a suspected arson attack.
  Iraqi military officials have said US troops leaving Syria and heading to Iraq do not have permission to stay in the country.
  A large section of the Norwich Primark store has been cordoned off with warning signs, due to a mysterious liquid leaking from the ceiling.
  The event at the Royal Albert Hall in Kensington, West London, is described as a 'global forum for young leaders' and will bring together 2,000 people ...
  Sahar, a young Muslim woman from Wales appeared on Channel 5's Hate Crime: Uncensored, which aired last night, to describe the abuse she...
  The youngsters also carried out a survey for the Marine Conservation Society
About newsoneplace.com - Privacy & Terms -
Copyright © 2015 www.newsoneplace.com - Hosted on Linode