Kurdish leader pledges to dismiss proposed legislation that would introduce prison terms for journalists.
Thousands of Iraqis who fled abroad are heading back - but many don’t have homes to return to.
Survivors of the chemical attack say they’ve received little or no medical treatment.
Kurdish fighters in autonomous Iraqi Kurdistan say they will resist a Turkish invasion of the region.
Central authorities accused of failing to support non-Arabic language education in northern town.
Women widowed by Saddam’s ruthless Anfal campaign continue to struggle 20 years on.
Former warlords apparently exploiting Kabul’s preoccupation with violence-plagued south to stake claim on their old fiefdoms.
Series of factors combine to bolster bridge-building efforts that last year ground to a virtual standstill.
Activists call for legislative reforms to tackle honour killing and other forms of violence against women.