U.S. and Israel Should Recognize the Assyrian, Greek, Armenian Genocide
The Systematic Persecution of Christians is an International Tragedy
Turkmen, Arabs in Kirkuk Give 48-hour Ultimatum to Iraq Electoral Commission
Iraqi Electoral Commission Cancels Ballots of 103 Polling Stations Over Irregularities
30,000 Shiites in Iraq Voted for Christian Babylon List
Nearly a Year Since Fall of Iraq's Mosul, Hunt for Bodies Goes on
Iraq's Challenge is Unity for the Good of the Country
Pope Francis Names Embattled Iraqi Patriarch Louis Raphaƫl I Sako As Cardinal
Islamic State Surrendering in Syria's Capital
Cleric Sadr Meets Iraq PM Abadi, Hinting At Coalition
Turkey's Russia Arms Deal Ratchets Up Tensions With US
Iraq's Elections Commission Rejects Claims of Voter Fraud
Iraq's Surprise Election Results Raise Questions About Next Leader
Syrian Family Finds Shelter, Job in Assyrian Church in Turkey
Putin Calls on Europe to Help Rebuild Syria
U.S. Ends Aid for Northwestern Syria
Final Result Gives Al-Sadr's Coalition Most Seats in Parliament
What Iraq's Election Results Mean for U.S. Policy There
UN Urges Probe Into Alleged Fraud in Iraq Election
Syria's Assad Meets With Putin in Russia
50 Israeli MPs Endorse Bill Recognizing Turkey's Assyrian, Armenian Genocide
Denmark Pulls Special Forces Out of Iraq
Allawi's Coalition Calls for Annulling Results of Iraq Parliamentary Elections
Iraqis Protest in Kirkuk Over Alleged Voting Fraud
Iraqis Embrace Pragmatism to Depart From Sectarian Politics
Iraq's PM Congratulates Moqtada Al Sadr on Election Victory
Election Success for Al-Sadr Shows Iraqi Voters Shaking Off Foreign Intervention
Israeli MP Introduces Bill to Recognize Assyrian, Greek, Armenian Genocide
First Female Communist Elected in Iraq's Najaf
Iraqi Assyrian Priest's Cause for Canonization Officially Opened
Turkey Slams Proposed French Changes to Quran
Violence Taints Election in Iraq's Kurdistan Region
Congress is Still Doing Nothing to Save Christians in the Middle East
Islam's Erasure of Christianity
Shiite Cleric Sadr Leads in Iraq's Initial Election Results
At Iraq's Polls, Many Voters Seek Patronage and Jobs
Iraq Imposes Security in Kirkuk After Riots
Turkey in Syria: Ruling Kurdish Afrin By Sharia Law, Ethnic Cleansing
Turkey, Russia, Iran to Host 9th Round of Astana Talks
Iraqis Await Results Of Election Marred By Low Turnout
Kurdish Parties Clash in Northern Iraq Amid Ballot Rigging Accusations
ISIS in Syria Nearly Cutoff From Iraqi Border
Iraq Minorities Fear New Upheaval in Multi-ethnic City After Vote
As Parties Fracture, Signs of Change Emerge in Iraq
Iraqi Kurdish Fortunes Reversed in City They Longed for As Capital
In Iraq's Crumbling Basra, a Yearning for a Better Past
Iraq Elections: What Role Will Gender Quotas Play?
Can a Shiite Cleric Pull Iraq Out of the Sectarian Trap?
The Iraqi Elections and the Assyrians
Iraq's Looming Election Has ISIS Spooked
More Divided Than Ever, Iraq's Kurds Risk Shooting Themselves in the Foot
What Do Iraq's Elections Mean for the Remaining Assyrians?
Iraq's Sunnis Wary But Hopeful About Upcoming Election
Iraq's Post-Saddam Elections Tarnished By Violence
Can Iraq's Elections Bring Stability After ISIS?
How Far Will Turkey's Anti-PKK Operation in Northern Iraq Go?
Turkey Risks U.S. Sanctions Over 'Hostage' American Priest
Lebanon's Election Brings Some New Faces
Iraq's Sunnis Voting Without Hope in First Election Since Islamic State
Armenia's People-Power Revolution, Russia, and the Western Bloc

The Systematic Persecution of Christians is an International Tragedy

By Chris Philp

In April last year, a young Nigerian woman, Dorkas Zakka, was murdered along with 12 others in Kafanchan state simply for attending an Easter mass. Local priest Father Alexander Yeycock said that Nigerian military units stood by and did nothing while these murders took place.

30,000 Shiites in Iraq Voted for Christian Babylon List

By Nasr Ali

A Christian list backed by Fatih Coalition leader Hadi al-Amiri managed to win two quota seats, as other Christian parties say the Babylon Movement List was systematically propped up the votes of Shiite Arabs. "A huge injustice was done to the Christians this time.

Nearly a Year Since Fall of Iraq's Mosul, Hunt for Bodies Goes on

(AFP) -- Atop an enormous mound of rubble under blistering sun in Iraq's second city Mosul, fire crews and police chip away at a grim but vital task. Some 10 months after dislodging the Islamic State group, they are still extracting bodies from the ruins of the shattered Old City.

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