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Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, who led punishing attacks on American forces after the 2003 U.S.-led overthrow of Saddam Hussein, appears set to secure the most significant victory of his political career with a strong showing in last weekend's election
The Iraqi political coalition led by influential Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr holds the lead in early returns from the country's national elections, while an alliance of candidates linked to Iraq's powerful Shiite paramilitary groups is in second
Ahmed Abdelruba needs a job. Twenty-three years old and idle, he's embarrassed he can't contribute to his family's rent. So, on Saturday, he did what many Iraqis before him have done: He voted, and prayed a political patron would help him find work. Turnout was a record low 44 percent in the
Polls have closed across Iraq Saturday evening in the first national election since the country declared victory over the Islamic State group.
ABC News' chief global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz discusses the global impact of Trump's foreign policy rhetoric.
From Baghdad to Fort Hood, ABC News' Martha Raddatz has followed the soldiers from Black Sunday, the day 18 soldiers and their Iraqi interpreter were ambushed.
On April 4, 2004, the 2-5 battalion of the 1st Cavalry Division was just taking over responsibility for Sadr City, a large Baghdad slum with a population of 2 million. A platoon of 18 soldiers and their interpreter was returning to its base from the most routine of missions, providing security for
I had never seen a soldier cry. I had never listened to tales of battle so intimate and deep. I had never held the hand of a military spouse so tightly, hugged a still grieving widow so hard that our tears pooled together. That all changed in the summer of 2004. Sitting in a dusty base camp in Sadr