Al-Sadr’s party controls 70 of a total 329 parliamentary seats in Iraq and the movement has a large base across country.
Why is discourse about the investigation into the Beirut blast so polarised? And the Russian law affecting journalists.
Historic agreement was forged in spirit of post-Cold War optimism, but was tested almost immediately.
Bosniak, Croat leaders call drills ‘a clear provocation’, but Serb officials say it is not related to political crisis.
Aoun says holding elections in March, almost two months earlier than scheduled, would lower voter participation.
New Trump platform ‘Truth Social’ backed by venture capitalist who runs a SPAC based in Wuhan, China.
Comments prompt swift White House clarification after seeming to suggest change to policy of ‘strategic ambiguity’.
During visit to Colombia, Blinken announces initiative that will include financial support for protected areas.
Political strategist defied a subpoena from a House panel probing the deadly January 6 Capitol riot by Trump supporters.
Milorad Dodik, the Serb member of Bosnia’s tripartite presidency, is making moves that some fear could lead to conflict.
Senators say Bolsonaro is ‘the main person responsible for the government’s mistakes during the pandemic’.
A look at Hungary and Myanmar and how they expose some of democracy’s different vulnerabilities.
House investigators to issue a criminal referral to DOJ for ‘contempt of Congress’ against top Trump political adviser.
Biden administration is having to balance opposition to President Bashar al-Assad with ‘realistic’ goals, experts say.