A father mourns his infant daughter. She was young and innocent, like so many of the dozens of civilian victims the battle for Mosul produces every single day.
It’s a familiar scene: Syrian Civil Defense, also known as “White Helmets,” rushing to rescue a man covered in rubble, but unlike thousands of other videos from Aleppo, this one is staged.
A truck bomb in Iraq kills 77 people, most of them foreign Shia pilgrims, police officials say.
Religious Shiites in Iran and Iraq aren’t monolithic. New survey data shows how.
A team of high school students and archaeologists made the amazing find in Israel.
Officials tell Al Jazeera all medical facilities in city’s rebel-held east “have been taken out” as bombing intensifies.
In ancient lands of the Bible, Christian towns lie destroyed and empty after ISIS — and many fear the religion is on the brink of vanishing in Iraq.