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The moderation of Muqtada al-Sadr

09 May, 2017

Comment: Paradoxically, the threat of IS has created a new politics, putting nationalism before sectarianism. James Snell asks if a more moderate Sadr could provide the stability Iraq has lacked?

Algerian police foil IS suicide bomb plot on Constantine

20 April, 2017

Police launched a raid on the IS-affiliated outfit in eastern Algeria, after intelligence hinted at a planned suicide bomb attack on the city of Constantine.

Iraqi forces deployed in Samarra after botched IS attack

03 April, 2017

Iraqi forces stepped up their presence in the city of Samarra on Monday, just a day after foiling a planned Islamic State attack involving dozens of bombs.

Exclusive: Hizballah seeking Syria 'safe-zones' to resettle Lebanon refugees

10 February, 2017

The proposed safe zones would be established in the Qalamoun region of Homs, adjacent to Hizballah's centres of power in the Bekaa valley. Proposals include provisions for a rebel amnesty

Executions stoke unrest in Bahrain as fears grow

26 January, 2017

Convicts condemned to death by confessions obtained under torture have little chance of reprieve, though further executions could ignite Bahrain's tinder-box, reports Daniel Wickham.

No escape: IS-boats sunk as Mosul "emirate" crumbles

21 January, 2017

Members of the extremist group are attempting to leave the war-torn Iraqi city by boat. But Iraqi forces are aware of the desperate tactic and lie in wait

Unknown militants torch evacuation buses in Syria's Idlib province

18 December, 2016

Unknown gunmen have attacked a convoy of buses en route to evacuate civilians from the two regime-held villages of Fuaa and Kafraya in Idlib province.

Video of captured Iraqi militants in Aleppo draws criticism

10 October, 2016

'Iran pays us $1,500 a month to fight in Syria,' an Iraqi fighter has told his Syrian rebel captors, sparking controversy in Iraq.

HRW hails Sadr's call against anti-gay violence in Iraq

18 August, 2016

Iraq should heed the prominent Shia cleric Moqtada al-Sadr’s July 2016 statement banning violence against those who do not conform to gender norms, Human Rights Watch said on Thursday.

Iraqi militia leaders warn against a 'Shia-on-Shia battle'

21 May, 2016

Muqtada al-Sadr has warned the Iraqi government that they will meet the same fate as Saddam Hussein, while militia leaders urge fighters not to be dragged into a Shia-on-Shia fight.

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