The assassination of the top Iranian general is simply the next stage in the creep of hybrid war, which sees Iran and the US battle for influence and each try to bend the other to its will.
In Iraq, protesters have long been demanding reforms. But this time, they want to take the government down, and they don’t need a protest leader to mobilise.
Iraqi elections' big winner Moqtada al Sadr promised a non-corrupt political system, less sectarian division, and sovereignty under a coalition he wants to create. But the challenge of realising them is bigger than forming a government.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al Abadi calls for the arrest of protesters loyal to Shiite Muslim cleric Moqtada al Sadr who stormed the Green Zone in Baghdad on Saturday.
Hundreds of followers of Shiite cleric Sadr storm Baghdad's Green Zone and enter parliament building, protesting government's failure to reform
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