Adam Lucente is a freelance journalist. He has worked in Iraq, Jordan, Tunisia and across the region.
Yazidi and Iraqi Christian communities who suffered atrocities at the hands of the extremist group fear the return of IS-affiliated families from Syria's al-Hol camp.
The New Arab speaks to Iraqis about their views and concerns over the talk of war between the US and Iran, and how it could affect them and their country.
Assyrian businesses in Iraqi Kurdistan are facing 'discriminatory' taxes, with community leaders denouncing a history of 'anti-Christian policies' in the tribal region, reports Adam Lucente.
Analysis: The Popular Mobilisation Forces and Kurdish leaders said they did not want to see violence, writes Adam Lucente.
On Friday, Washington Square park’s centre was transformed into a display of solidarity with Aleppo, Syria.
In-depth: Opinions are divided among Turkmen fighters as to Ankara's involvement in Iraq, reports Adam Lucente.
In-depth: Fighting the Islamic State group in Iraq, Kurdish militia fighters are carving out territory for a future state, but are hampered by a lack of weaponry, reports Adam Lucente.