The palace site, known as Kemune, was until recently covered by water from a reservoir, according to archaeologists.
One researcher described the discovery as "a small revolution."
Ten thousand years ago, farmers set this legume up for a fall.
A Turkish strike against a key U.S. ally in the fight against ISIS has thrown U.S. plans to stabilize northern Syria into doubt.
The Iraqi government is seeking to regain authority of the region's borders and absorb its security forces into the Iraqi military.
Maj Gen Aziz Weysi Bani writes that the Trump administration has abandoned its Kurdish allies to the benefit of Iran and the forces of savagery.
The controversial history of the Barzani family has taken a series of major blows lately, and its Kurdish rivals blame the current leader for recent chaos.
Following the Kurds' shock loss of Kirkuk, Yazidi fighters with Iranian-backed militias have captured the town of Sinjar.
The Iraqi prime minister rejected the Kurdish vote for independence and parliament has given him military power to oppose it.
Turkey and Iran, traditional foes, have established common ground in Iraq, Syria and Qatar as regional alliances shift.
Citing the "Israeli-Kurd" magazine, pro-government Turkish media spread reports that Iraqi Kurds made a deal with Israel to bring 200,000 Jewish Kurds to Iraq.
Kurdish officials say the political ramifications of suspending the landmark vote are too big to reverse course.
German authorities say they are providing assistance to the 16-year-old.
Human Rights Watch said an Iraqi unit trained by American forces summarily executed prisoners in western Mosul.
German security services say more than 900 German nationals have left the country to fight for ISIS.
Canadian nationals were reportedly among those who joined the militant group in Iraq.
Iraqi security forces discovered 16-year-old Linda W. from Saxony among five German ISIS members.
The report said civilians were subjected to "relentless and unlawful attacks" by the coalition during the Mosul military operation.
Iraqi forces are making women remove their headscarves after 38 female suicide bombers struck over the past month.
Former Iraqi envoy to the U.S. asks: Do Iraqis want a united or divided country?
U.S. Army Major General Joseph Martin, head of ground forces for the U.S.-led coalition fighting ISIS, tells Newsweek of the complex offensive that Iraqi forces are facing.
The battle for Mosul is approaching its end after seven months of combat.
It's only a matter of time before a Turkish soldier shoots an American in defense of Turkey's honor.