The Yazidis have been particularly brutalized by ISIS — killed or forced into sex slavery. A new documentary from Frontline exposes what it's like inside ISIS for those women forced to have sex with ISIS fighters.
More than a decade has passed since the US invasion of Iraq. The American troops have left and an Iraqi government is in charge of running the country. But for Yassin Alsalman, an Iraqi Canadian hip-hop artist, the pain feels fresh.
Jonathan Powell played a key role in bringing about peace in Northern Ireland. In a new book, he says the lessons he learned there can be applied to terrorists conflicts around the world — including with ISIS. He says we just need to bring them to the table for negotiations.
Suicide bombers struck Iraqi army targets in Diyala province today and at least 35 people were killed, as Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Major Neal Fisher, a spokesman for coalition forces in northern Iraq.
The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports on Iraq's Paralympic Team, which is competing in Beijing. Many of the team's members have been affected by the current war in their country, though some were wounded in previous conflicts, such as the Iran-Iraq War.
U.S. soldiers are doing what no one's done in Iraq for many years -- they're taking a census. They're also collecting fingerprints and iris scans -- something you wouldn't see in a census done in the U.S. The World's Quil Lawrence has the story.
Dozens of security officials from Iraq's Interior Ministry have been arrested. They're accused of being connected to a group created by supporters of Saddam Hussein's now-banned Baathist Party. The World's Matthew Bell reports.
For two years during his campaign, Barack Obama spoke about having a plan to end the war in Iraq. Today, Mr Obama announced the withdrawal of most American troops from in Iraq by the end of August 2010. The World's Matthew Bell reports.
There were celebrations throughout Baghdad and other Iraqi cities today as American forces officially handed over control to Iraqi security forces. Anchor Lisa Mullins finds out what's happening from Sahar Issa.
Baghdad was pummeled by five explosions today in the deadliest violence since US troops withdrew from the city on June 30th. The targets were mainly government buildings. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Washington Post reporter, Ernesto Londono.
Improvised explosive devices ? or IEDs ? are crude but deadly devices that have cost thousands of lives in Iraq and Afghanistan. Ben Gilbert has the first of several stories on IEDs in Afghanistan and the effort to counter them.