ISIS militants seized uranium when they overran Mosul. It could be used in weapons but is low grade and unlikely to pose a significant risk.
If you're confused about the Iraq conflict, you're not alone. But VICE News can help explain the bloody sectarianism and a deadly proxy war.
Iraq is turning into the UN of proxy wars and sectarian bloodshed, summed up by an unnamed Defense Department analyst as “fucking bonkers.”
On paper, Iraq's army looks strong. But it's got huge problems, such as corruption, sectarianism, and ISIS militants sweeping the country.
There’s not much local support for keeping Iraq together, leaving Iran and the US to fight it out — both of whom may be reluctant to do so.
While none of the four teams fighting in Iraq are monolithic or especially cohesive, Team Sunni takes infighting to another level.
VICE founder Suroosh Alvi returns to Baghdad ten years after the US invasion. In part two, we witness an awe-inspiring outdoor group prayer and then get a glimpse of metal band Acrassicauda's former practice space that was destroyed during the war.
Ten years after the US invasion of Iraq, we return to Baghdad to see how the city is doing. VICE founder Suroosh Alvi gets a tour of a city that used to be covered nonstop in the American media, but now seems to be somewhat forgotten.
The stories of five members of the American military who have chosen to seek asylum in Canada rather than continuing to fight the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Dr. Najeeb Al-Nuaimi was a lead lawyer on Saddam Hussein's final legal defense team. Al-Nuaimi first came to prominence defending Guantánamo Bay inmates, and recently this renowned human rights activist of the Arab world sat down to talk to us.