The controversial figure has become the subject of widespread discussions in Iraq, igniting debates on his ideology.
Shanghai’s COVID-19 lockdown has fuelled outrage on a scale not seen since 2020 after the virus first began to spread.
A Turkish military operation was launched against PKK fighters in northern Iraq last week, but Baghdad is not happy.
Al Jazeera talks to Syrians who endured Russian air strikes as Moscow tries to advance its invasion of Ukraine.
Ukraine’s invasion is a painful reminder for many Iraqis who have lost their hopes and dreams due to conflict.
Series of attacks this week underscore challenges to forming gov’ away from ethno-sectarian power-sharing arrangement.
New parliament convenes to nominate a house speaker and two deputies in first session since October’s elections.
Threats from armed groups pose challenges for security forces as they take on task of safeguarding the country.
At least 10 people, including three civilians, killed in attack on village in Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan region.
Final count confirms Muqtada al-Sadr’s bloc won 73 out of 329 seats in Iraq’s October election.