"China stepped in with a number of advantages, with few regional entanglements and a stated desire to remain apolitical," expert Michael Robbins said.
Researchers believe they may have found the 2,000-year-old lost city of Natounia, an ancient military and religious complex in the Zagros Mountains.
Jon Stewart sent an expletive-ridden tweet to Ted Cruz for rejecting the toxic burn pit bill for American war veterans, triggering a social media feud.
Netflix's Purple Hearts has taken the internet by storm, with many people wondering about the actors' backgrounds and what the film is based on.
We ask the international community to support accountability and help Yazidis safely return to their homes, or if that is not possible, to accept them as refugees.
The Republican congressman said on Saturday that the GOP senator is a "charlatan clown."
Global recognition of the Yazidi genocide was always meant to only be the beginning.
"We emphasize the importance of ensuring civilians are protected," State Department spokesperson Ned Price said.
When President Joe Biden meets Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi this weekend at a summit in Saudi Arabia, Iraq's relations with Iran will be at the top of the agenda.
"[Dogs] serve just like we do, they go through the same things that we do...the least we can do is take them in and give them a home," said Scott, the U.S. Navy veteran.
Rosita Haji Baju, now 16, had been terrified that if she revealed her past, she would suffer further abuse and instead sought help on social media
"It is only the beginning of a new legal battle. We will appeal through the legal system," WikiLeaks said in a statement.
Assange has 14 days to appeal his extradition after it was approved by the U.K. home secretary on Friday.
Monkeypox has been labelled a "gay disease" in countries from the U.S. to Iraq, triggering fears of more stigma for LGBTQ+ people.
Their fast reaction allowed them to discover over 100 ancient clay tablets.
Jim Fitton was arrested in the Baghdad airport over smuggling allegations during his first visit to the country in March for a geology and archaeology tour.
The former president accidentally referred to the "unjustified" invasion of Iraq while criticizing Russian and Vladimir Putin.
"The decision of one man to launch a wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of Iraq," Bush said at his own presidential library.
While speaking on the House floor, the representative from Florida warned of a "dangerous bipartisan consensus that is walking us into war with Russia."
The spokesperson for Iraq's Hezbollah Al-Nujaba Movement told Newsweek that the group "has strong relations and high coordination with the Lebanese resistance and the Palestinian resistance movements."
The multinational company should fund nonprofit organizations helping victims of ISIS brutality.
Iraqi Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein discussed "ways to strengthen bilateral relations" with Iranian counterpart Hossein Amir-Abdollahian.
Twitter said Scott Ritter's account had been "violating our rules of abuse and harassment".
A clip from a 1996 interview shows an anguished Albright answer a question about the deaths of Iraqi children.
Media framing can influence public thinking on which refugees we should welcome and which ones we do not.
"The only shock and awe in Ukraine," a former Pentagon official told Newsweek, "is that of the Russian generals who were stopped cold."
A Pentagon spokesperson told Newsweek that the Defense Department was "looking into the reported attack near Erbil."
Ross Roggio was arrested for allegedly choking an individual with a belt and threatening to cut off their finger in Iraq.
If Iraq is going to succeed as a state, it will need all its men and its women to confront its many challenges.