Mosul

The Middle East

Deafened by the War on ISIS

Thousands of Iraqis, collateral victims of the war on the terrorist group, have found themselves left with war deafness that goes untreated.
Sebastian Castelier
Azhar Al-Rubaie
1.11.19
Inside Outsider

What It's Like to Be a Freelance War Photographer

Australia's Luke Cody explains how he manages fear in some of the world's most intense conflict zones.
Mahmood Fazal
3.30.18
ISIS

Life as a Former ISIS Bride

After first being forced to marry ISIS fighters, many women in Mosul now aren't allowed to send their children to school.
Moustafa Saadoun
2.20.18
Voices

These Iraqis Are Trying to Rebuild Their Lives in Post-ISIS Mosul

Over 1.5 million people endured over three years of harsh ISIS rule, and now the city is in recovery.
Jessica Wanless
1.10.18
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Senate passes huge tax bill, investigators wonder if Amtrak driver was distracted, Democrats split Virginia House after winning race by one vote, and more.
VICE Staff
12.20.17
iraq

What Life Was Like for Young Women Living Under ISIS

"My mom’s hair and skin were all over the walls. We've cleaned it off, but when we came back here, I remember what happened and I think of our family."
Harriet Hernando
11.22.17
ISIS

The Blogger Who Took on ISIS

"Obviously I was scared that ISIS would find out where I was and kill me, but I was more worried about the horrible things they would do to my family."
Moustafa Saadoun
11.14.17
Voices

Vital Humanitarian Support is Helping Thousands of Iraqis Rebuild Post-ISIS

Now more than ever, the Iraqi government and the international community must be committed to the urgent needs of Iraqi citizens.
Bob Kitchen
8.21.17
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Trump Jr. met Russian for scoop on Clinton, Turkish oppo leader completes 25-day protest march, laptop ban lifted on two Middle Eastern airlines, and more.
VICE Staff
7.10.17
Comment

Local Journalists Need More Protection in Post-Islamic State Iraq

"Almost everything has been destroyed. Journalists are trying to stay safe, but snipers and landmines prevent them from moving freely. There is no stability and they cannot return to their normal lives."
Ignacio Miguel Delgado Culebras
6.5.17
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Congress votes to gut online privacy, British PM triggers Brexit, Intel chair Nunes says he'll "never" reveal source for surveillance claim, and more.
VICE Staff
3.29.17
The Tight Squeeze Issue

Photographs of the Aftermath of the Iraqi Forces in Eastern Mosul

Over the past two years, ISIS has destroyed most of the bridges, but they remain the primary way to cross and transfer goods from a safe area to an occupied one.
Robin Hinsch
3.23.17
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