Yazidi activist Nadia Murad, a survivor of Islamic State sex slavery, implored the global community to help free hundreds of women and girls still held by the jihadists.
Eighty percent of Iraqi children experience violence in or outside their homes, while the majority of poor children receive no government assistance.
Syria's neighboring states will do their best to offer new refugees the support they need but their capacity to provide this support, while continuing to deliver services to their own…
Iraq's parliament elected pro-Iran candidates as the speaker and first deputy speaker, opening the way to the formation of a new government.
The fresh wave of protest in Iraq has provided the United States with an opportunity to re-enter the country’s political spectrum.
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi sought to ease tensions in Iraq's oil-rich south on Monday with a visit to Basra, rocked by deadly protests.
Iraqi protesters on Friday torched the Iranian consulate in the southern city of Basra in fresh demonstrations over poor public services.
Many Iraqi IDPs do not seek to leave camps to return home anytime within the next three months, citing a need for more security.
While the caliphate has been disassembled and IS conventional military abilities defeated, the Salafist-jihadist ideology remains viable and intact in affiliated groups and true believers…
More than 3,000 Yezidi women and girls are still unaccounted for after the Islamic State attack in 2014 that left nearly 10,000 dead or kidnapped.
This month marks four years since the genocide of Yazidis on Mount Sinjar in Iraq, and while ISIS may have been defeated, the plight of the Yazidis remains ongoing.
Human Rights Watch called for investigations into the "rampant" use of torture against people arrested on suspicion of belonging to the Islamic State group.
An Iraqi security agency has admitted holding hundreds of "terrorism" suspects for months, Human Rights Watch said Sunday.
A year after the Iraqi government reclaimed control of Mosul from the Islamic State, about a third of the city’s internally displaced residents are at risk of facing a “second displacement.”…
One year after Mosul was retaken from the Islamic State, the Iraqi city remains in ruins. Over 380,000 people in and around Mosul are still displaced.
The proposed Iraqi parliamentary coalition between Saeroun and Fateh will bring Iraq back to sectarian politics and policies and will increase Iranian influence.
Reports released this week by the UN Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) and the Iraq Body Count database there was an 80 percent drop in civilian deaths in the first five months of 2018…
The passive attitude of the United States toward the campaign by Iraqi opposition parties against election fraud deteriorates the situation in the country and makes it easier for the…