The 1991 Gulf War looms large in George H.W. Bush's legacy.
The bizarre memorial appeared last weekend, but no one knows who put it there.
"We are in the economic war situation," Iranian President Hassan Rouhani warned as new U.S. sanctions took effect. "We are confronting a bullying enemy."
Iraqi journalist Muntazer al-Zaidi, famous for throwing shoes at former President George W. Bush, spoke to Newsweek about the "big ideas" he has for his country.
March marks the 15th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq.
It includes the militants' elusive leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as well as his second-in-command.
Estimates for the annual number of attendees for the Arbaeen pilgrimage to Karbala ranges from six to 20 million individuals, according to different sources.
The stolen artifact has been returned to Iraqi officials in Baghdad.
Sir Jeremy Greenstock speaks to Newsweek about when intervention is justified.
Ahmed Jabbar Kareem Ali died in 2003 while British soldiers occupied Basra.
The crowdfunding website seeks to raise money for a legal team to look into legal proceedings.
At least the murderous dictator can bring some real-life experience to the 'Game of Thrones'-style work.
Sir Jeremy Greenstock said Tony Blair was "genuine" but the Americans were not.
'I believe I made the right decision and the world is better and safer as a result,' Blair said.
Britain decision to launch 2003 military action "was not a last resort," Sir John Chilcot said.
Chilcot's report on the Iraq War is due to be released in full Wednesday.
Iraqi officials hope that a new museum in Saddam Hussein's former palace will revive of the ancient port city of Basra.
The Republican frontrunner says wars have destabilized the Middle East.
Abu Saleh was assassinated in a targeted airstrike in late November.