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Iraqi who threw shoes at President Bush runs for Iraqi parliament

Muntader al Zaidi, the Iraqi journalist who threw his shoes at US President George W Bush during a visit is now running for election to the Iraqi parliament.

Iraq - Mission Unaccomplished: Invasion led to years of intense violence

Iraq - Mission Unaccomplished: Invasion led to years of intense violence

My Story: Abu Tariq, Iraqi refugee, Idlib, Syria

My Story: Abu Tariq, Iraqi refugee, Idlib, Syria

Will Muqtada al Sadr's bloc work with United States in the new Iraqi government?

Will Muqtada al Sadr's bloc work with United States in the new Iraqi government?

Did Iraqi Cleric Muqtada al Sadr Betray Anti-Government Protesters?

Did Iraqi Cleric Muqtada al Sadr Betray Anti-Government Protesters?

FETO terror cult loses influence across world, but remains active in US

FETO terror cult loses influence across world, but remains active in US

Remembering the heroes of Turkey’s defeated coup

Remembering the heroes of Turkey’s defeated coup

This mother stood up against deadly coup plotters all by herself

This mother stood up against deadly coup plotters all by herself

How is the coronavirus contributing to hunger in Africa?

How is the coronavirus contributing to hunger in Africa?

Surviving the July 15 coup attempt: 'They shot people one by one'

Surviving the July 15 coup attempt: 'They shot people one by one'

Germany's football captain Neuer filmed singing Croatian nationalist song

Germany's football captain Neuer filmed singing Croatian nationalist song

Turkey commemorates July 15 victims with tribute video

Turkey commemorates July 15 victims with tribute video

In Brief Episode 11: Is Kanye really running for president?

In Brief Episode 11: Is Kanye really running for president?

Mosul: A city still in ruins

Mosul: A city still in ruins

Covid-19 and the racial divide in America

Covid-19 and the racial divide in America

Colours of Pakistan: Peshawar

Colours of Pakistan: Peshawar

Russians protest detention of Governor Sergei Furgal

Russians protest detention of Governor Sergei Furgal

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