By Ben Cohen
Iran-backed Shia paramilitary forces operating in northern Iraq have been accused by a Kurdish parliamentarian of engaging in "flagrant injustice" toward Christians in the region which until earlier this year was in the grip of ISIS terrorists.
By Abdulrahman Al-Rashed
Iraq today has an elected Parliament, and 90 years ago it also had an elected Parliament; one of the oldest countries in the world to exercise modern democracy. In theory, community awareness should develop over time, but this is not always the case.
Turkish and Kurdish forces exchanged fire across the Afrin-Idlib border on Monday, according to several reports. No casualties have been reported.
By Adnan Hussein
Driving ISIS out of the Iraqi town of Rawa -- the group's last stronghold in the country -- was inevitable as a terrorist gang cannot defeat a state regardless of its size and brutality.
By Sherzad Shikhani
After extending the term of the outgoing Iraqi Kurdistan parliament, it was believed that Speaker Yusuf Mohammed Sadiq would return to Irbil and carry out his duties, especially in wake of the disastrous consequences of the autonomous region's independence referendum.
By Zahra Ali
Earlier this month, Iraq's parliament received amendments to its constitution that -- if approved -- will fundamentally change Iraqi women's legal rights. The amendments include sectarian religious laws -- breaking with the current law based on Sunni and Shiite jurisprudence.