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What's behind Moqtada al Sadr's surge in popularity in Iraq?

In an election result few expected, Moqtada al Sadr and his coalition stormed to a commanding lead, winning the most seats in parliament. Incumbent Prime Minister, Haider al Abadi, who many saw as the front runner did poorly. Shoaib Hasan reports.

Iraq Elections: Iraqis hopeful as new coalition takes the lead

Iraq Elections: Iraqis hopeful as new coalition takes the lead

Will Iraq's elections bring stability to Iraq?

Will Iraq's elections bring stability to Iraq?

Was Iraq’s election rigged?

Was Iraq’s election rigged?

What impact will Iraqi elections have on the war-ravaged country?

What impact will Iraqi elections have on the war-ravaged country?

Oil prices steady on prospect of balancing supply

Oil prices steady on prospect of balancing supply

British pound hits record low against the US dollar

British pound hits record low against the US dollar

Ethereum completed long-awaited Merge upgrade

Ethereum completed long-awaited Merge upgrade

Australian firm transforms old farms into lush forests

Australian firm transforms old farms into lush forests

Power outages take toll on South Africa's economy

Power outages take toll on South Africa's economy

Major central banks hike interest rates

Major central banks hike interest rates

Turkish President Erdogan to hold meeting on Mir payment system

Turkish President Erdogan to hold meeting on Mir payment system

US central bank raised benchmark rates by 75 basis points

US central bank raised benchmark rates by 75 basis points

Crude oil, natural gas prices spike amid continued supply fears

Crude oil, natural gas prices spike amid continued supply fears

Share prices surge ahead of key central bank meetings this week

Share prices surge ahead of key central bank meetings this week

China slashes benchmark rates, hikes stimulus to prop up economy

China slashes benchmark rates, hikes stimulus to prop up economy

Global heating rages as nations focus on securing dirty fuel

Global heating rages as nations focus on securing dirty fuel

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