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1 hr ago | Suria
With fears that women's rights are being eroded in Iraq, prospective female lawmakers are determined to push women's issues to the fore of campaigning for this month's elections.
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5 hrs ago | Greenwich Citizen
Iraqi security forces guard the main gate of a Shiite private college following a deadly suicide attack, in Baghdad's eastern neighborhood of Ur, Iraq, Sunday, April 20, 2014.
9 hrs ago | Al Bawaba
According to an AFP tally, violence has killed more than 460 people in Iraq this month alone and upwards of 2,700 this year.
9 hrs ago | The Daily Star
Iraqi protestors carry a mock coffin symbolising the "dead conscious of the parliament" as they shout anti-government slogans during a demonstration ahead of Iraq's upcoming parliamentary elections, on April 19, 2014 in Baghdad's Fardus Square.
10 hrs ago | ABC News
Police say the deadliest was outside the southern city of Samawah when two car bombs exploded simultaneously in a commercial area, killing seven civilians and wounding 17. The Shiite city is located 370 kilometers southeast of Baghdad.
Wounded Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans Yancy Baer and Chris Rosebrock bicycle down the Hai Van Pass in central Vietnam as part of a recent six-day, 320-mile trip to raise money for Vietnam veterans who want to return for the first time since the war, but who cannot afford to make the trip.
As many as 23 people were killed and 40 wounded in bombings and gunmen attacks across Iraq Saturday, security sources said.
Attacks across Iraq , including a series of bombings targeting shoppers in a Sunni neighbourhood in the capital Baghdad , have killed at least 16 people today.
Laura Cantin with Wasatch Adaptive, left, and Melissa Hansen, center, help retired Sgt.
Iraqi police say two bombs planted on a street full of shoppers in Baghdad have killed four people and wounded eight.
FULL aaaN ANOTHER MAINE SOLDIER HONORED TODAY ... BUT THIS ONE NEVER MADE IT HOME.... 10 YEARS AFTER HIS DEATH IN IRAQ, FAMILY AND FRIENDS OF ARMY NATIONAL GUARDSMAN CHRISTOPHER GELINEAU GATHERED AT THE UNIVIRSITY OF SOUTHERN MAINE TO COMMEMORATE HIS LIFE..
A woman walks with her child through the aftermath of a car bomb attack in the crowded commercial area of Karrada, in Baghdad, Iraq, Friday, April 18, 2014.
File - A banner in Baghdad supporting the legislation reads: "The Jaafari Personal Status Law saves my rights and my dignity."
One Iraqi police officer is killed and two policemen are wounded Monday in a raid on a house where an insurgent linked to al Qaeda's was hiding in the southern Iraqi port city of Basra.
Iraqi Kurdish supporters of the Kurdistan Workers Party hold flags bearing portraits of jailed PKK leader Abdullah Ocalan during a demonstration in Arbil on April 12, 2014 against the decision by Kurdish authorities to dig a trench along the border with neighboring Syria.
An Iraqi woman walks past destruction in the street following an explosion the previous day in Baghdad's northern Shiite-majority district of Sadr City on April 17, 2014.