In al-Hol camp alone, there are currently 27,000 children living in dire conditions. They ended up in this camp after ISIS was territorially defeated.
President Donald Trump's executive order temporarily bans Iraqis from entering the US — including men like Ahmed Hameed, who served for three years as a translator for the US army. While vets apply political pressure on the administration and the Pentagon compiles a list of former Iraqi partners, Hameed waits, fearful and hopeful.
Hundreds of Yazidi women are believed to be held captive by ISIS in Mosul. But when ISIS leaves Iraq's second largest city, will the women still be there?
ISIS tried to block the al-Ghad radio station from Mosul airwaves. Al-Ghad responded by jamming the frequency of ISIS's radio station.
Thousands of fake bomb detectors were marketed and sold in the Middle East. But even though the manufacturers have been jailed for fraud, security guards are still using the phony detectors.
Iraqis say they can empathize with the people of Nice better than just about anyone.
“I was expecting a comfortable life and that they would provide us with help. But it was so difficult.”
The Pentagon’s stockpile of air-to-ground munitions has suffered an unexpected dip — and it may take a long time to restore it.
Iraq's largest dam was built in the 1980s under Saddam. Now US officials warn it's in danger of failing.
The European Union is preparing to send thousands of asylum seekers back to Turkey. One of them is a man who worked with the US military in Iraq.
America's fight against ISIS is creating more civilian casualties that it had initially reported.