Arwa Ibrahim, Al Jazeera English

Arwa Ibrahim

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EsmaiI Qaani: New 'shadow commander' of Iran's Quds Force

Esmail Qaani is likely to pursue his predecessor's policies with 'greater vigour and ruthlessness', say experts. → Read More

Sadr calls for 'million-man march' against US presence in Iraq

Shia cleric and political leader calls on Iraqis to unite for 'peaceful march' against presence of US troops. → Read More

Iraqi journalists fear for lives after Basra reporters killed

Journalists say they have been increasingly targeted since wave of anti-government protests began in October. → Read More

Iraqis denounce Iran missiles as 'violation of sovereignty'

Iraqis say Iran's targeting of US bases on Iraqi soil is 'assault' and called on parties to move battlefield elsewhere. → Read More

Iraqi parliament calls for expulsion of foreign troops

Vote comes after PM Abdul Mahdi recommended Parliament take urgent measures to expel foreign troops from Iraq. → Read More

Iraq: Iran-backed bloc nominates Basra governor as PM

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The women on the frontline of Iraq's uprising

A small group of demonstrators have stationed themselves for months at the main battle zone on Rasheed Street. → Read More

Muhasasa, the political system reviled by Iraqi protesters

Demonstrators demand removal of quota-based political system, introduced in Iraq after the US-led invasion in 2003. → Read More

Iraqi parties gather amid political crisis

Two months of demonstrations have brought down the government but political players have yet to agree on next steps. → Read More

Iraq's striking students defiant amid unrelenting protests

Despite pressure to return to classes, strikers say they will not stop until anti-gov't protesters' demands are met. → Read More

Why are Iraqi protesters targeting Iranian buildings?

Attacks on consulates in Iraqi cities reflect growing anger towards 'Iranian intervention', protesters and analysts say. → Read More

Iraqi parliament debates draft electoral law as protests escalate

Law aims to ban successful candidates from forming blocs until a government is formed and to reduce age to fight polls. → Read More

Mike Pence on surprise visit to Iraq amid deadly protests

US vice president's visit comes as anti-government protests in Baghdad and across Iraq's mainly Shia south escalate. → Read More

'Traitors': Iraqi protesters slam tribal leaders for meeting PM

At Baghdad's Tahrir Square, protesters raise slogans against tribal leaders who met Adel Abdul Mahdi on Wednesday. → Read More

Israel election: Exit polls show Netanyahu trails rival Gantz

Preliminary results are due on Wednesday and final tally next week, with results expected to be similar to April vote. → Read More

Voting begins in Israel election seen as referendum on Netanyahu

Analysts say Benjamin Netanyahu unlikely to be able to secure majority, raising prospect of unity government. → Read More

Palestinians in Israel: Netanyahu's racism makes us want to vote

Leaders of Arab Joint List say prime minister’s incitement against Palestinian citizens of Israel could backfire. → Read More

Palestinians in Jordan Valley: 'Our lands are already annexed'

Netanyahu's pledge to formalise de facto Israeli control over Jordan Valley provokes unease among Palestinian residents. → Read More

Israel election: Where do the parties stand on the occupation?

Most of the 31 parties in the running have declared their stance on Israel's occupation of the Palestinian territories. → Read More

Five things to know about the Israeli general election

Israelis head to the polls on September 17 as PM Benjamin Netanyahu pledges to annex the Jordan Valley if elected. → Read More