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…
Averting violence and possible civil war should be Iraq’s main concern, and the best way to do so is by holding fresh, legitimate elections.
Iraq voted Saturday in its first parliamentary election since declaring victory over the Islamic State group. Turnout appeared weak as polling stations closed across the country after 11…
Iraqi authorities said Wednesday they will close the country's borders and airspace for 24 hours over an upcoming parliamentary election as they seek to impose a security lockdown.
Iraqi-Saudi ties have thawed significantly recently, becoming stronger than they have been in three decades.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on Thursday took his campaign for May 12 elections to the capital of the autonomous Kurdistan region, seven months after its ill-fated independence…
Finding every corpse and actually creating space to bury them has proven to be a challenge in recent battlefields in Iraq and Syria.
A young Iraqi refugee sneaked under a bus in Serbia and traveled for five hours clinging to its axle before he was discovered in Croatia.
Fighters from Iraq's Yazidi community, brutally targeted by the Islamic State group, executed 52 civilians in apparent revenge killings.
At least 600 people have been arrested since protests began last week against authorities in Iraqi Kurdistan over corruption and the failed independence push.
Jihadists have killed 45 people around the Iraqi town of Hawija in the nearly three months since the government declared its liberation from ISIS.
Demonstrators irate at the authorities in Iraqi Kurdistan took to the streets for a fifth day Friday.
The UN on Friday harshly criticized the mass-hanging of 38 men at a prison in southern Iraq this week, urging Baghdad to immediately halt all executions.