Iraq Makes Plan For Wives And Children Of ISIS Members

According to the plan, the foreign wives of ISIS members will be tried in Iraqi courts to understand their involvement in the caliphate. Children three years and below will be with their mothers while children from four to 14 years of age will stay in state-run orphanages.
An Iraqi man mourns his brother during a funeral procession for anti-government demonstrators killed during protests a day earlier, in the shrine city of Najaf

Iraqi Prime Minister Resigns

Adel Abdul-Mahdi said he was resigning after Iraq's grand ayatollah condemned the violence and called on the government to consider other options.