Capitol police are pursuing charges against 14, including members of the president’s entourage and two Canadians
VICE News reports from the migrant and refugee camp in Dunkirk, northern France, where around 2,500 people are living in deplorable conditions, and meets some of the camp’s residents, who hope for a better life after escaping war and persecution.
A number of foreign fighters are fighting with the Kurdish People’s Protection Units against the Islamic State in Syria, and on Tuesday the first of them reportedly died in combat.
The offensive, backed by US-led airstrikes, opened up a secure corridor to liberate thousands of members of the Yazidi minority who have been trapped there since fleeing an August assault by the jihadists.
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.”
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.
He’s a suspicious, suspicious soul with a lax attitude toward corruption and a nasty authoritarian streak.
While none of the four teams fighting in Iraq are monolithic or especially cohesive, Team Sunni takes infighting to another level.
Judge Raouf Abdul Rahman, who was ethnically Kurdish, led the Supreme Iraqi Criminal Tribunal during Saddam’s trial in 2006.