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Hundreds of thousands of people have gone missing over decades of conflict in Iraq. There are so many bodies that exhumations teams are struggling to cope.
The 1951 crisis had been triggered that June by Mohammad Mosaddeq’s takeover of the Iranian operations of the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company.
A new cabinet of the disgraced and the dysfunctional is wedded to foreign policy fantasies.
Plus, Tories brace for Johnson as contest concludes, Hong Kong mob violence leaves 45 hospitalised, and Ukrainian comedian and rock star enter coalition talks.
Plus, Johnson accused of throwing ambassador “under the bus”, the US probes France over tax and England prepare for another semi-final.
The Islamic Republic's leadership may calculate that Donald Trump's only real objection to the Iran nuclear deal was that his predecessor claimed the credit for it.
The husband of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, a British citizen detained in Iran, on British political turmoil, Boris Johnson, and his frustration with the “soft” Foreign Office.
A recent judgment could force a rethink not only of Britain’s support for the violence of the Saudi kingdom, but of the UK’s wider role in the world.
The promotion of hawkish figures from Mike Pompeo to John Bolton has given impetus to the idea that some sort of military clash is inevitable.
Six thousand Yazidis were enslaved by IS and many of them were murdered. One family was devastated by the barbarism – and yet miraculously reunited.
Sarout became emblematic of the early optimism for change as protests swept the country.