Thousands of refugees living in camps for over two decades are still without citizenship.
Political feud fuels dispute over murder of student who criticised the government.
Kuwait seeks 1.2 billion dollars in heated legal dispute with Iraqi Airways.
Thousands of followers of an ancient Sufi sect gathered for a traditional religious ceremony on April 30 in Barzinja, a small, mountainous village in Iraqi Kurdistan.
Campaigners say women in northern Iraq are underrepresented in leadership posts.
Six years after United-States forces laid siege to the city, it remains scarred by the conflict. Many bomb-damaged buildings are uninhabitable and public utilities are in need of renovation.
Leaders see themselves as a righteous minority - granting them the right to govern, according to their Shia beliefs.
Analysts, politicians concerned over security and power-sharing after parliamentary vote.