Like much of what ISIS does, the use of gas is also designed to shore up its horrible reputation
Iraq’s Christians have had a tough time since the second Gulf War plunged the country into continuing chaos fueled by religious fanaticism
Site officials insist that extensive monitoring of the dam shows that the cavities are not weakening the structure... but can looks be deceiving?
Why is Hitler held to such a high esteem in the Middle East?
Yazda, an U.S.-based organization lobbying for Yazidi rights, has worked tirelessly to record evidence of what it considers a genocide
Iraqi Kurds have to focus on getting their finances in order, not badgering the West for more weapons
The problem lies not with the journalists, who are capable craftsmen of their trade. It lay with the decision of papers to run with the story at all.
The harassment of women during New Year’s eve celebration in Cologne and other German cities has changed perspectives on the refuge crisis
To outsiders, this exuberant display of national pride can seem a little excessive
Covering Iraqi Kurdistan requires a certain mental dexterity: Just when you think you've finally understood the complexities of local politics and the ...
It is not in spite, but because of the consequences of the conflict that I am for further military intervention by the West
Dispatch from our war & conflict reporter as he navigated his way from Kobane to Erbil
Exhaustion was etched on their faces, and there was little celebration. For them, the war goes on.
Unlike male fighters, they readily admit to fear, but say they find strength in their belief
Most of the weapons repaired or modified in this small subterranean shop are for the Peshmerga, the Kurdish military fighters facing off against ISIS
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