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In-depth: Candidates standing in the upcoming elections are pledging to help families of forcibly disappeared Iraqis, leaving relatives desperately hoping for answers yet fearing they are being exploited for votes.
A view of a Lafarge Cement plant is seen in Paris, France on September 8, 2021.
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In-depth: French cement firm Lafarge stands accused of complicity in crimes against humanity, financing terrorism, and violating an EU embargo during its time operating a factory in northeast Syria until 2014.
Crucifixes and icons are seen at the heavily damaged Church of the Immaculate Conception in Qaraqosh on April 9, 2017, as Christians mark the first Palm Sunday event since its recapture from IS.
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In-depth: Six months after Pope Francis' visit, Iraqi Christians say nothing has changed. But despite emptying churches and sectarian violence, some remain hopeful for political progress.
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In-depth: Algerian political refugee Slimane Bouhafs was abducted in Tunisia and forcibly extradited. Amid mounting speculation, activists say it sets a worrying precedent for human rights after Kais Saied's power grab.
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In-depth: Heavily armed Iraqi tribes are blackmailing oil companies who make lucrative profits from investments on seized land, as the Iraqi state stands by powerless to intervene.
Dressed in his undercover Islamic clothing, Craig Monteilh was recruited by the FBI to spy on Muslims. [Getty]
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In-depth: An FBI agent infiltrated an American Muslim community after 9/11, recording conversations and plotting a fake terrorist attack, unnerving congregants to the point that they reported him to the FBI. How does the community feel now?
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This month, Ireland is chairing the United Nations Security Council. As the president of the international security body, Ireland's ambassador hopes the independent voice they bring will allow progress in several areas, including in the Arab region.
Palestinians wait to cross the Qalandia checkpoint between the West Bank city of Ramallah and Jerusalem during Ramadan in 2017. [Getty]
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In-depth: In Israel, young people face a stark choice: go to war, or go to jail. Meet the young Israeli women who would rather face prison than enforce the occupation of Palestine.
A Taliban fighter walks past a beauty salon with images of women defaced using spray paint in Shar-e-Naw in Kabul on August 18, 2021. (Photo by Wakil KOHSAR / AFP) (Photo by WAKIL KOHSAR/AFP via Getty Images)
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In-depth: In the late 1990s, the Taliban banned the internet. Now the militant group has embraced social media as a propaganda tool to amplify their message and gain legitimacy both domestically and abroad.
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In-depth: US President Joe Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett have different styles than their predecessors. But will they be different in substance?