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Australian Teen Among 13 Killed by ISIS Bombing in Baghdad
Zynab Al Harbiya, 12, was visiting a popular ice cream shop with her family.
These Filmmakers Risk Their Lives to Keep Iraq's Movie Industry Independent
Veteran VICE war reporter Ben Anderson met the filmmakers building a movie industry in Baghdad.
Baghdad Party Goers Are Bringing Back the City's Nightlife
Baghdad's party scene is organizing through Instagram, Macedonian migrants have been granted three days of legal passage, the army has seized control of public hospitals in Honduras, and more on today's VICE News Capsule.
'Escape From Baghdad' Is the 'Slaughterhouse Five' of the Iraq War
Saad Hossain researched his darkly humorous novel by reading the blogs of soldiers serving in Iraq.
Iraqi Women Are Getting Angry-Looking Eyebrows Tattooed on Their Faces
The brows have become status symbols, a way to demonstrate one's wealth and pride in appearance.
Baghdad's Decade-Long Curfew Will Be Lifted Tonight
Colorado may have to refund $30m in pot taxes, Baghdad's decade-long curfew will be lifted, and more.
The Shared Experiences of Teenage Girls in Iraq and Chicago
In an effort to find out how life in Chicago and Iraq might be similar beyond bullets and blood, I talked with two teenage girls who hail from those locales about everything from crushing on boys to religion and music.
Arming the Kurds, Shooting at Aussies, and Other Things that Aren't Controversial
At the request of the United States, Australia will be delivering arms and ammunition to the Kurdish forces fighting the Islamic State in Northern Iraq.
We Asked an Iraqi Teen What She Thinks of ISIS and America
Islamic militants killed 28 women on her street, but after coming to the United States, this Iraqi teen girl said it's Americans who seem depressed.
An Iraqi Painter Moved to America for a Better Life and Got Robbed Anyway
Iraqi immigrant Bassim Al-Shaker has been beaten up and burglarized for the art he creates, which are mostly oil paintings of landscapes and horses.
America Helped Make the Islamic State
While America pats itself on the back for taking on Islamic militants in Iraq, it's worth remembering that it's fighting a monster of its own creation.
The Vicar of Baghdad
For years, Vicar Andrew White has been risking his life to preach for peace on the streets of Baghdad, driving through dangerous and bombed-out war zones to spread his message.