In the following lines, ET sheds light on an important world event that took place on December 30.
In the following lines, ET sheds light on the most important world events that took place on December 13.
Mohammed Abdul Ameer’s nostalgia for better days and his roots in the Levant were what inspired him to open Fairouz Cafe
Once dubbed the “Venice of the Middle East” for its network of canals, the 1,400-year-old city was a magnet for regional tourism until the early 1980s.
Iraq has ordered the seizure of assets that belonged to executed dictator Saddam Hussein and more than 4,200 officials from his former regime.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi declared Saturday the end of its “war against ISIS in Iraq,” considering it a “great victory.”
With the Islamic State group routed at last, one of the oldest Christian communities in the Middle East has a chance to reoccupy its ancestral towns.
Saddam Hussein’s antique chess set has finally been returned to Iraq after it was stolen back in 2003.
Discreet in his youth and invisible as the world's most wanted man Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi .
Dilan Lurr and his sister Lezan often ask themselves where would they be now if their parents had not left Iraq when they were children.
Iran has begun exporting gas through a pipeline to Baghdad under a deal set to make Iraq the Islamic republic's top customer, the oil ministry said.
Iraq's Kurdish region, which will hold a referendum on statehood on September 25, has been autonomous since 1991.