Unlike predominant groups, independent Assyrian parties heavily rely on expatriate voters to secure their seats in Iraq's parliament.
President Joe Biden could write an important chapter in American history.
Violations of religious freedom against Turkey's Christians are increasingly rampant.
After 10 years of war, a new enemy has emerged in Syria: widespread hunger and poverty.
Rather than highlight the plight of Assyrians and other Christian groups in the Middle East, Pope Francis' visit may end up worsening their situation.
Shiite Islam, including Grand Ayatollah Ali al Sistani and his millions of followers around the world, are important to the future of coexistence in the Middle East and across the world.
While the papal tour to Iraq may have inspired hope in many, it also revealed how insidious the systematic erasure of Middle Eastern Christians, and other ethnic and religious minorities, is—and how easily their experiences have been sidelined for the sake of political expediency.
Whether it is on the campaign trail in search of votes or holding fundraisers, candidates from George W. Bush to Barack Obama have all promised to recognize the Armenian genocide as president.
A team from the Institute of Archaeology at Goethe University made the last-minute discovery after the excavation had already wrapped.
Two children are the first ever to be released by ISIS, according to Assyrian group.
After years of slow but steady decline, Christians are being driven from the Middle East by ISIS.
Militants pillage 3,000-year-old pre-Islamic site a week after smashing artefacts in Mosul.
The Nineveh Plains Protection Unit is preparing to reclaim territory captured by the terror group last summer.