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The Iraq Report: Constitutional and health crises follow elections

30 May, 2018

Our weekly round-up of the latest from Iraq

Sudan teenager appeals death sentence for killing 'rapist' husband

25 May, 2018

Nineteen-year-old Noura Hussein has filed an appeal against the death sentence for her husband's 'intentional murder.'

What's dividing the PMU in Iraq's election?

04 May, 2018

Comment: Iraq's elections are shedding light on the the deep rift within the PMU, and the contested influence of Iran in the organisation's future, writes Mona Alami.

Tears and trophies: This week in Middle East football

25 April, 2018

Football clubs in the Middle East are winding down after a grueling 2017-18 campaign, with some surprise teams among the familiar names lifting regional league trophies.

Meeting Robin Yassin-Kassab

28 March, 2018

Interview: The author and journalist spoke to Andy Heintz about how Syria came to be the intractable conflict it now appears to be.

Turkey launches intervention in northern Iraq with deadly airstrikes

21 March, 2018

Turkey’s military said it "neutralised" at least 12 militants belonging to the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party, as Baghdad approved Turkish military operations on its border.

His darkest hours: Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi 'injured and depressed'

12 February, 2018

Badly injured, depressed and ill, the leader of the largely decimated Islamic State group, once the world's most formidable terror organisation, is reportedly living his final days.

International transfer drama: This week in Middle East football

29 January, 2018

In football, January means one thing - the international transfer window, which means rumours, names, speculation and fantasy.

British referee praised for pausing football during prayer call

26 January, 2018

Football fans heap praise on British head of Saudi football refereeing after his 'respectful' gesture during a Saudi King's Cup game on Wednesday.

Assad moves on Idlib, but Ghouta leaves regime vulnerable

07 January, 2018

While Assad has retaken more than half of the country with a string of victories against rebels, the Damascus suburb of Eastern Ghouta remains a thorn in the regime's side.

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