Members of ISIS have set about destroying ancient mosques and shrines in territory currently under their control, according
A tightening of airport security is "unavoidable" because of how sophisticated terrorists have become, the head of the parliamentary
The Kurds need help with refugees, medical supplies and defending themselves. The Kurds are our allies in the moment of their greatest need. That should become a key theme in Westminster.
Kurdish Doctor Najmaldin Karim once helped save the life of President Reagan when he was shot. Now his urgent job as its elected Governor is to help save the Kurdish province of Kirkuk.
The images of Iraq could hardly be more harrowing. But despite the stream of pictures of trudging refugees, screaming children
The five things you need to know on Monday 23 June 2014... 1) 'FLICKING TWO FINGERS AT THE REST OF EUROPE' Iain Duncan Smith
In the Absence of a Communal National Identity, Iraq Finds Itself One Again Engulfed by Sectarian Politics
In his latest speech on the 14th of June from the city of Samarra, home to one of Shiite Islam's most revered shrines, al-Maliki amended his language and stressed "We are not sectarian, we will fight as a nation" - but is this rhetoric too little too late?
ISIS are right at the heart of things. And we put them there... Three years after his death, Osama bin Laden's dream is coming true after all: a great Sunni Muslim uprising in the Middle East. Only ISIS are so violent they make Al-Qaeda look like a bowling team.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's sectarian policies backfired dramatically last week as, confronted with just a few thousand jihadist fighters, his army fell apart.
Footage of Iraqi soldiers begging for their lives and being forced to swear allegiance to ISIS has emerged, with one being