Iraq rarely turns up in posts here. It had a couple of human H5N1 cases in Kurdistan back in 2006, and a cholera outbreak, also in Kurdistan, in October of this year. So I was curious to see what the Iraqis' concerns have been in tackling infectious diseases and public health issues.
As far as I can tell, the last news item posted has been sitting there since late February. All the items seem to deal with "His Excellency the Minister of Health," who (at least as of last February) is Dr. Majeed Iqmoh. Go the Search function and look for H5N1, H1N1, dengue, or malaria, and may you have better luck than I did. (H1N1 also has a link of its own on the home page, but it goes nowhere.)
The ministry's Arabic-language site does seem current, with 5 news items dated December 16. And the H1N1 link takes you a map of the country showing, presumably, recent cases.
I realize that the western world in general, and the US in particular, has been determined to, um, move on from the Iraq debacle of the last decade. Evidently the Iraqi government would like to move on also, and has decided that it prefers not to tell the non-Arabic world what's happening in public health.