Iraqi Assyrian Politics Just As Divided and Messy As The Rest
Mass Exodus in Syria's Afrin As Turkish Offensive Continues
Turkish Military Denies it Hit Syrian Hospital
The Fragility Of Iraq's Present and Future
U.N. Envoy: Turkey 'War Crimes' Against Christians in Syria Foreshadow 'Genocide'
Christian Activists Say Militias Target Religious Minorities in Syria
The Future of Kurds in Syria is Unclear
Russia, Iran and Turkey Hold More Syria Talks in Astana
The US Could Finish Off ISIS If Turkey Would Stop Fighting the Kurds
Yazidis Who Once Fled Isis Now Flee Turkish Offensive
Assyrian Leader Slams ISIS Crimes in Iraq
Saudis Will Pursue Nuclear Weapons If Iran Does
Water Cut in Syria's Afrin As Turkey Completes Encirclement
Turkey Raps European Parliament Over Call to Halt Afrin Offensive in Syria
IS Kills Several Iraqi Security Members in Separate Attacks in Eastern Iraq
America Shouldn't Send Endangered Religious Minority Refugees Back to Iran
France Raises Alarm on Wave of Fighters Returning From Syria, Iraq
New Book on Historical Roots of Iraq's Tumultuous Economy
The Ongoing Plight of Christians
Christian Activists Warn of Slaughter of Syrian Civilians in Afrin
Iraq's Water Crisis: a Threat to National Security
Iraqi PM Reopens Kurdish Airports to International Flights
Isis's New Insurgency in Kirkuk and Hawija in Iraq
U.S. Military Pays Syrian Rebels Up to $400 Per Month
U.S. Abandoning Kurds in Afrin While Seeking to Defend Islamist Terrorists
25 Killed in IS Attacks in Northern Iraq
Islam's 'Slow Motion Genocide' of Christians
The Long Road Back for Iraq's Minorities
Eight IS Militants, Including Two Senior Leaders, Apprehended in Mosul
Child Brides Sometimes Tolerated in Nordic Asylum Centers Despite Bans
Iraqi Police Arrest Group That Killed Assyrian Family
Iraq Starts Offensive Against Islamic State Near Oil-Rich Kirkuk
Turkish Warplanes Destroy 18 Kurdish Militant Targets in Iraq
Catholic Church in Turkey Attacked -- Again
Christian Refugee Returns to Syria Because Europe is Flooded With ISIS Supporters
Assyrian Doctor, Wife, and Mother Stabbed to Death in Baghdad
Assyrian Friar Trains Iraqis to Preserve Treasures Rescued From ISIS
UN: Rape Victims of Islamic State 'Were Like Living Corpses'
Turkey Says Siege of Syrian City of Afrin Has Begun
Iraqi Budget Drives Another Wedge Between Baghdad, Kurds
Ancient Manuscripts in Iraq Saved From ISIL
Senior Islamic State Figures Hiding in Mosul Tunnels
For the US and Russia, Turkey is a Major Problem
Turkey's War on Kurds Unsettles Fronts in Northern Syria
Does the EU Have a Syria Strategy?
Money Welcome But No Panacea for Iraq's Yezidi Victims
Turkey, Iraq to Carry Out Joint Operation Against Kurdish Militants in Iraq
Cubs of the Caliphate: Rehabilitating Islamic State's Child Fighters
Chaldean Assyrian Patriarch Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize
Hipsters, Sadrists, Shi'ites Plan for Iraq's Future
Syrian Troops Split Rebel-Held Enclave Near Capital
If Trends Hold, There May Be More Assyrians in US and Mexico Than in Iraq
Sweden Refuses to Investigate Muslim Attacks Against Christian Refugees
Detroit's Iraqi Assyrians Voted For Trump Then Faced Deportation
8.7 Million Iraqis Will Need Humanitarian Aid in 2018: UN
Baathism Caused the Chaos in Iraq and Syria
Assyrians Work to Rebuild Their Lives in Iraqi Town Decimated By ISIS
Turkey Asks U.S. to Stop Kurds From Shifting Fighters to Western Syria
Germany Extends Military Missions in Iraq, Afghanistan
New School for Displaced Children Opened By Hungary, Chaldean Church

Mass Exodus in Syria's Afrin As Turkish Offensive Continues

(VOA) -- The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Saturday that more than 150,000 Afrin residents have been displaced since Wednesday as Turkish warplanes and artillery are reported to have struck the northern Syrian region overnight. The U.N.

Turkish Military Denies it Hit Syrian Hospital

ISTANBUL (Reuters) -- The Turkish military denied on Saturday that it had struck a hospital in Syria's Afrin region, where it is waging a nearly two-month-old offensive against Kurdish YPG forces.

The Fragility Of Iraq's Present and Future

By Emmaly Read

On May 12, Iraq will hold its first post-Islamic State parliamentary elections. Rising instability in Iraq's politics and military indicate that this election have significant impact on the war-ravaged country's nascent democracy and its long-term stability.

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