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Young Iraqi Assyrians Ponder: Should I Stay or Should I Go?
Chaldean Bishops Call for Peace in Syria and Dialogue Between Iran and the United States
Turkey Rejects 'Impositions' As Standoff With U.S. Rattles Markets
The Iraqi Spy Who Infiltrated ISIS
Wikileaks Release Emails Showing Turkey Working With ISIS
Christians Forced to Sign Paper Denying Persecution in Turkey, Says Church Leader
Are Turkey's Christians As 'Fine' As They Say?
Egyptian Police Thwart Suicide Attack At Christian Church
Why Did Kurds Close the Assyrian School in Syria?
Wave of Strikes Hits Syria's Last Rebel-held Bastion
Erdogan: How Turkey Sees the Crisis With the U.S.
Seeking to Restore What is Right and Good for the Yazidis
Iraq's Chaldean Church Tackles Post-ISIS Challenges
Iraq's Sadr Named Winner of May's Election After Recount
UN Says Civil War Has Cost Syria $388 Billion in Damage
Syria's War Could Be Entering Its Last and Most Dangerous Phase
For Assyrians of Mosul, Trust is the Hardest Thing to Rebuild
Genocide Still Haunts Iraq's Yazidis
British Museum to Return Looted Antiquities to Iraq
Four Years After ISIS Onslaught, Iraqi Assyrians Struggle to Rebuild
Pope Francis and Christian Persecution Around the World
Returning Assyrians Hold Procession in Iraq on Anniversary of Their Exodus
Turkey's Relationship With the West is Deteriorating Fast
Assyrians After ISIS: "I Want My Child to Grow Up in Iraq"
Pain of Genocide Defines Nineveh Plains for Assyrians
ISIS Ramps Up Violence As it Prepares to Pull Out of Syria
Street Protests in Iraq Could Cost Pro-American Prime Minister His Job
Syria's Kurds Cautiously Progress in Talks With Damascus
The Simmele Assyrian Massacre in Iraq: A Legacy of Trauma and British Neglect
Step Up Security to Protect Us From Islamist Extremists -- Says Iraq Bishop
Iraqi Assyrians Displaced By ISIL Find Solace in Baghdad
Nineveh's Assyrians Are Vanishing, Lack Basic Services: Church Leaders
Syrian Kurdish-led Forces Deny HRW Allegations Against YPG Child Recruitment
Iraq Jails French and German Citizens for Life for Joining Islamic State
Iraq Completes Recount of Ballots From May Election
Syria's Kurds Prepare for a Future Without the US
Russia Confirms Proposed Syria Cooperation With United States
How an American Catholic Organization Has Helped Persecuted Middle East Christians
New Discriminatory Regulation for Assyrians in North Iraq
Four Years On, Evidence of ISIS Crimes Lost to Time
Protests in Iraq Dwindle After Weeks of Anger
Russia Says Nearly 900,000 Refugees Can Return to Syria Within Months
Helping the Yazidis After ISIS
Smuggling Backlash Leads to Iraq's Stolen Treasures Returning Home
Iraq's Yazidis Mourn the Loss of Their Homeland
Water Crisis Salts the Earth in Iraq's Long-neglected South
After ISIS, Iraq Is Still Broken
Shabaks, Yezidis, Assyrians Protest Settlement of Arab Families in Nineveh
NATO Expanding Training Mission to Aid US-led Coalition in Iraq
Turkey's Minority Leaders Sign Joint Declaration Denying 'Pressure' on Communities
US Hits Turkey With Sanctions Over Jailed Pastor
Chaldean Cardinal of Iraq Sends Letter to Iraqi Government
The US/EU Love Affair With Syria's Kurds Endangers Global Security
Assyrians and Kurds in Northeast Syria: Rhetoric vs. Reality
Controversy Over Another Planned Mosque in Assyrian Neighborhood in Michigan
Syriac Catholic Bishops Call Attention to Plight of Persecuted Faithful
Will the Syrian Government Strike a Deal With the Kurds?
Islamic State Blows Up Electricity Station in Kirkuk, Amid Power Crisis
Two Yazidis Released After Four Years in Islamic State Captivity
Britain Didn't Accept a Single Christian Refugee, Accepted Muslims Only
Summaries

Young Iraqi Assyrians Ponder: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

By Elise Harris

ERBIL, Iraq-- For any nation, no matter where or what the political climate, it's always young people who hold the future in their hands, determining the course the country will take as they navigate the complexities of a rapidly changing global climate.

Turkey Rejects 'Impositions' As Standoff With U.S. Rattles Markets

By https://www.cbsnews.com

ANKARA -- Turkey's central bank announced a series of measures on Monday to free up cash for banks as the country grapples with a currency crisis sparked by concerns over President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's economic policies and a trade and diplomatic dispute with the United States.

The Iraqi Spy Who Infiltrated ISIS

By Margaret Coker

BAGHDAD -- The driver was sweating as his white Kia pickup truck sped along a rain-slicked Baghdad highway toward a neighborhood bustling with open-air markets. With every jolt and turn, his pulse quickened.


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