Ahmad Al-Basheer believes that one of the best ways to fight corruption and extremism in Iraq is to take the piss out of it on national TV.
Saad Hossain researched his darkly humorous novel by reading the blogs of soldiers serving in Iraq.
The 22-year-old Calgary native who goes by "Abu Usamah" online told us that he was in Libya and claims Twitter keeps banning him.
Mercenaries have been a trademark of American foreign policy since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, but at least four of those guys are paying a price for treating Iraqis like something other than fellow humans.
A look back at the damage Don't Ask Don't Tell did to the psyches of gay soldiers.
In February, Khamis Gewargis Khamis left his wife and kids to fight for the Assyrian Christian militia.
The mercenary company with a track record of war crimes is instructing Canadian commandos.
The group says it plans to deploy in May, but is first seeking donations to finance 25 members to be on duty for 12 months.
The US spends hundreds of billions of dollars on wars and sends thousands of soldiers around the world to fight in them, but it seems unable to translate all that might into anything that could be called victory.
The Minister of Defence says the Canadian military might ferry another country's arms to the Peshmerga fighters, but its shelves are bare.
Ottawa is set to approve airstrikes against the Islamic State in Syria.
As Ottawa mulls bombing Syria, the legal case for intervention is basically: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯.
The battle commander of an Aurora surveillance aircraft talks about collecting data in a war zone and long-distance coffee runs.
The same Shiite militiamen who partner with the US to battle ISIS in Syria and Iraq might also wish us harm, when we're not converging on the same target.
A drug tunnel connects Arizona to Mexico, African elephants are being trained to detect bombs, avalanches pummel northern villages in Afghanistan, and more.
The brows have become status symbols, a way to demonstrate one's wealth and pride in appearance.
Elliot Ackerman's debut novel, Green on Blue, takes its title from an expression for military fratricide.
The stories of four people who directly caused someone else's death in one way or another.
VICE talks with veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan who are struggling with mental illness, addiction, and PTSD—often overprescribed narcotics and other pharmaceuticals that bring their own sets of problems.
The US military recruited neo-Nazis, gang members, and criminals to fight the war on terror—and now they're coming home.
We spoke with war poet Frederick Foote, a neurologist who's making poetry a required course of treatment in military hospitals.
Online jihadists are changing their online habits because—surprise—intelligence services are probably tracking them.
Authorities say that the three men, two of whom are believed to have gone to fight in Syria, were part of a terror cell operating out of Ottawa.
Dillon Hillier, a Canadian combat veteran who jumped on a plane from Calgary to fight alongside the Kurdish Peshmerga has returned home, according to a Facebook post from his father.