Following months of protests in Sunni-majority regions of Iraq, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has finally agreed to take steps to mitigate the crisis.
Mustafa al-Kadhimi argues that the country’s security services have not done enough to stop al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups.
Upon the visit of John Kerry to Iraq on the 10th anniversary of the US war, Sadr speaks against the American involvement into Iraqi politics.
Al-Qaeda in Iraq has increased its violent attacks to exploit the political and sectarian turmoil gripping the nation, focusing on the Green Zone in Baghdad.
Ten years after the American-led invasion of Iraq, the fabric of Iraqi society appears to be more frayed than ever.
Ten years after the U.S. war in Iraq, one will be hard pressed to find any positive evaluation of the 2003 intervention that toppled Saddam Hussein.
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.