Nearly 300 Iraqis of various faiths, denominations and walks of life were killed in the ISIS attack.
The World Post
ISIS needs success. And it needs it now.
People are sharing stories of some of the 250 casualties in Baghdad with the hashtag #NotJustANumber.
Saturday's blast killed at least 175 people, and dozens are still missing.
ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack.
The attack comes just over a week after ISIS was forced out of Fallujah.
More than 140 people are wounded, police and medical sources said, extending the deadliest spate of attacks in the Iraqi capital so far this year.
At least 80 people died in ISIS bombings in the Iraqi capital on Wednesday.
Let's get something straight: Unless you're Parisian, French, or live(d) there, no, you are not Paris. To be Parisian -- to be from anywhere, really -- is to understand the cultural complexities of that identity that cannot be subsumed or learned with a pithy solidarity meme on social media.
Officials say at least 3 police are among the dead.
Children no longer live in a world of simple fears like those experienced by Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz. She gasped, "Oh my!" after learning she may soon encounter frightening "Lions, tigers, and bears."
Arts & Culture
These kids are expressing a powerful message of solidarity through their art.