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?
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.
The statement Thursday from Secretary of State John Kerry regarding atrocities committed in the war-torn countries is the first time the U.S. has used the genocide designation since 2004.
As a ceasefire takes hold, citizens in Aleppo consider the toll — in deaths and lives forever altered — of five years of fighting.
President Vladimir Putin’s decision to withdraw his troops may finally let Syrians rebuild their homes and their lives.
Until now, southern Syria had remained largely untouched by U.S.-led coalition forces fighting the Islamic State group.
A leaflet drop by a U.S.-led coalition was aimed at lifting morale among civilians in a city controlled by ISIS. But a military operation may still be months away.
Under Operation Desert Lynx, Iraqi Security Forces are trying to drive ISIS from towns and villages in Anbar province.
At a time when global powers are heralding a ceasefire, Syria’s hospitals face a chronic state of medicine, equipment and staff in deadly short supply.
Companies seeking to export American goods to Iran are required to apply for licenses through the U.S. Commerce Department.
Forensic evidence indicates the Cambridge University student was burned over several days with cigarettes.
Fighting has put the Kirkuk-Ceyhan pipeline out of service, increasing the financial burden on the debt-ridden Kurdish Regional Government.