After it leaves the European Union, Britain will no longer be obligated to impose EU-backed sanctions against Iran.
Seven Iranian airlines sidestepped U.S. sanctions laws by importing U.S.-manufactured planes from third parties across the world.
Fearing infiltration by ISIS militants, the government is keeping tens of thousands of refugees from Fallujah penned in camps.
Iraq’s elite security forces have received $1.34 billion this year, but they still need more money to wholly rout the terrorists.
Hundreds Of Millions Worth Of Aid At Risk Of Being Blocked As ISIS Advances On Syrian Border Town Azaz
ISIS has taken control of Azaz, on the Turkish border. Humanitarian agencies have to pass through there to deliver aid to Syrians.
Najmaldin Karim, the charismatic governor of the Kurdish-majority Iraqi province, has failed to live up to his election promise of oil wealth for all.
The U.S. is trying to build a multi-ethnic coalition force to fight the Islamic State group in Syria, a task that is proving difficult.
Unrest in Baghdad’s Green Zone is heating up as Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi attempts to appoint a new cabinet.
Cyprus’ Democratic Rally party is ahead in the general election with 30.6 percent of the vote.
President Erdoğan’s close ally Binali Yıldırım is set to take office as prime minister, replacing Ahmet Davutoğlu.
A French news outlet reports the pilot of the doomed EgyptAir plane made a distress call before the aircraft crashed Thursday.
ISIS: Europe’s Counterterrorism Approach Struggles As Islamic State Militants Continue To Cross Borders
As EU officials grapple with their own intelligence failures in the face of ISIS, France has unveiled a $48 million deradicalization initiative to counter the threat — but it remains to be seen if it will work.
The Islamic State group is ramping up its attacks in the Iraqi capital as it struggles to maintain ground in Anbar province.
Three bombings, for which the Islamic State group claimed responsibility, killed a total of more than 90 people Wednesday in Iraq's capital.
US Media Companies Still Have A Long Way To Go To Protect Journalists Working In Hostile Environments
So far this year, 10 journalists have been killed doing their jobs, a number that’s likely to rise. In 2015, 25 were killed.
While workers in Iraqi Kurdistan get meager incomes, overseas oil execs like Nadhim Zahawi, a British member of Parliament, profit lavishly.
Despite calls for a ceasefire from Prime Minister Haider al Abadi, intense fighting in northeastern Iraq threatens to pull focus away from the battle against ISIS.
The nation’s prime minister wants to appoint a new cabinet filled with technocrats. But as Iraqis take to the streets, lawmakers have other ideas.
Although the U.S. has invested a tremendous amount of resources in Iraq, the country’s sectarian tensions are frustrating hopes for long-term political reform.
Tehran fears a loss of regional influence if Russia’s recent military pullback leads to the removal of Syria’s Bashar Assad, observers say.
Prime Minister Hader al-Abadi is trying to reshuffle his Cabinet amid a divided Parliament — and the chaos is not helping the fight against ISIS.
The number of people diagnosed with autism continues to grow, but only 12 percent of high-functioning adults with the condition work full time.
Will a recent Cabinet reshuffle — as the military is still battling for territory taken by ISIS — improve the chaotic nature of the country’s contested oil and gas sectors?
US, European and Asian Companies Advised Against Trade With Iran For Fear Of Violating US Financial Sanctions
U.S. and European compliance lawyers are telling their clients to steer clear from trade deals despite last year’s nuclear agreement.
Given the fungible nature of oil and how it is ferried from Iraq to the U.S., it’s difficult to separate oil sold by ISIS from legitimate vendors.
Iraqi forces are nowhere near the city. Instead, they are focused on taking back oil fields south of the ISIS stronghold.
The U.S. Marines have been tasked with protecting Iraqi army units in Makhmur — a scenario President Obama wanted to avoid as long as possible during his time in office.
Analysts say there is a small group of extremists who will be motivated by the Brussels bombings to move forward with planning additional attacks.
Processing resettlement and asylum requests may take months, or even years, under the new agreement between Turkey and the EU, human rights groups say.
While Secretary of State John Kerry's declaration that ISIS committed genocide is significant, it will be hard to hold members of the terrorist group accountable.