Al-Qaeda continues to gain strength in Iraq, taxing the residents of Mosul, attacking minorities and "collaborators" and making the city a base of operations.
Hundreds living in Nasiriyah demonstrated Saturday to celebrate the Federal Court's decision to cancel the retirement pensions of members of Parliament.
As al-Qaeda-affiliated groups expand their activities throughout Iraq, some believe they are eyeing Anbar province.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki says that Al-Qaeda has resumed its terrorist activities in the country.
Increasing reports of hostility against Iraq’s burgeoning civil society organizations have shed light on the way politics motivates violence and divisions.
Production in 2014 set to rise by at least 500,000 bpd. Big gains from southern Majnoon, Garraf, Halfaya. Output this year to average around 3 million bpd.
The tide is now turning back toward insurgents whose onslaught against the Shi'ite-led government and its allies has killed more than 6,000 people this year.
Schumer calls on State Department not to return to Iraq nearly 3,000 Jewish artifacts, originally seized by Saddam Hussein regime.
Iraqi Vice President Khodair al-Khozaei warns that the Syrian crisis poses a serious threat to the entire region.
Najaf demands the removal of female mannequins from clothing stores and the formation of etiquette police.