People in Iraq have become grimly accustomed to attacks by Shia militiamen, but not ones who quote Tommy Shelby afterwards.
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Blast walls in Baghdad are getting a fresh lick of paint as Iraqis prepare to welcome Pope Francis for his first overseas trip of the COVID-era.
Their names may be ‘laughable,’ but militias are using sophisticated IRL and online methods to spread death and disinformation in Iraq, under shiny new logos and banners.
Fuelled by anger against corruption and mishandling of wealth, this is how youth-led demonstrations in Iraq forced an elected leader to resign for the first time in history.
“We'll always remember what happened to our people, and I pray our loved ones finally find some peace.”
London-based Lamees Ibrahim turned to food writing after a trip to Iraq left her shocked at the devastation she witnessed. “I sat down to write my memories of Iraq,” she says. “It always came back to food.”
Two suicide bombers detonated their suicide belts in a busy market during morning rush hour, in the first such suspected ISIS attack since January 2018.
In a country deeply changed by war, young Iraqis skate on dilapidated roads amid traffic jams and military checkpoints.
The Trump administration wants to deport Omar Ameen, accused of killing for ISIS; records obtained by VICE News suggest he couldn't have done it.
After Trump pardoned four Blackwater contractors convicted over one of the darkest episodes of the U.S.-led occupation of Iraq, survivors and family members are feeling bereft once more.
The former president's 768-page memoir hardly mentions the drone program, which killed hundreds of civilians, and when it does it's pretty gross.