Under an almost full media blackout, Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki was re-elected as head of the Dawa Party for the third time.
Incidents of rape are not receiving much attention in Iraq, as political divisions and protests take center stage in the country’s media.
The leader of the Iraqi Sahwa Movement, Ahmed Abu Risha, has criticized Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki for his alleged sectarian hypocrisy.
The Chaldean Church celebrated the ordination of Patriarch Louis Raphael I Sako head of the Chaldean bishops in Iraq and the world.
At least 40 Syrian soldiers and several Iraqis have been killed in western Iraq, officials in Baghdad say.
With religious parties dominating Iraq since 2003. Despite their best efforts, more secular or liberal parties have failed to dominate the Iraqi electorate.
Al-Azhar Grand Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayyeb has called on the Iraqi government to set fair rules for all Iraqis.
While the president of the country is being treated for a serious illness in Germany, the government back home is dysfunctional and in disarray.
Days after police arrested nine guards of a Sunni minister, about 2,000 Iraqi protesters demanded the ouster of premier al-Maliki, blocking a highway in Iraq.
Ammar al-Hakim said that the burning the Qur'an by an American soldiers inside a U.S. base in Afghanistan is the result of hatred, rancor and weakness.