Why aren't Mosul residents returning to liberated areas?

Monday, Mar. 27, 2017 | Suha Oda, Contributor

The residents of Mosul, especially the middle class, are leaving the city in large-scale numbers and have no hope of returning.

Iraqi federal police forces take on key role in west Mosul

Sunday, Mar. 26, 2017 | Shelly Kittleson, Contributor

Federal police forces are playing a crucial role in the liberation of Mosul, which will give them an opportunity to maintain security in the city after completing the liberation.

Why one Iraqi female MP is calling for law to encourage polygamy

Sunday, Mar. 26, 2017 | Wassim Bassem, Contributor

An Iraqi parliamentarian has proposed a bill to financially compensate men who take on multiple wives.

Iraq’s Sunnis eye post-IS future under regional cover

Wednesday, Mar. 22, 2017 | Omar Sattar, Contributor

Under Arab and international sponsorship, Iraq’s Sunni leaders recently attended a conference in Turkey to discuss the future of Sunnis in post-IS Iraq, with the conference sparking Shiite outrage and dissent among other Sunni officials opposed to the Turkish role in Iraq.

Nowruz becomes opportunity for dialogue in Iraq

Tuesday, Mar. 21, 2017 | Saad Salloum, Contributor

During Nowruz this year, the Baha’i community in Iraq has launched a social dialogue initiative to establish a foundation of dialogue and coexistence in all components of society.

Ancient palace emerges from under Mosul shrine destroyed by IS

Monday, Mar. 20, 2017 | Adnan Abu Zeed , Contributor

The Islamic State's destruction of the prophet Yunus' shrine in Mosul has revealed the Assyrian palace long thought to be beneath it.

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