Will Walsh got to know the Iraqi city of Fallujah while running across its bridges in the middle of the night, under fire, looking for […]
It sounds unthinkable, but there are times, according to the rules of war, when it’s morally acceptable to shoot a child. A 12-year-old can of […]
It’s been 10 years since the U.S. invaded Iraq. This week we’re taking a look back, revisiting voices you first heard on NPR In 2007. […]
Ten years ago this Tuesday, the U.S. invaded Iraq, and by any count — and there have been many — the toll has been devastating. […]
Ten years after the U.S. invaded Iraq, NPR is taking a look back, revisiting people and places first encountered during the war.
Massachusetts Senator John Kerry, head of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, oversaw a hearing on President Obama’s nominee for ambassador to Iraq today (Wednesday).
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki recently held one of his traveling Cabinet meetings in the disputed city of Kirkuk in an effort to show Iraqi […]
In September 1991, Aseel Albanna was about to finish her last year of architecture school in Baghdad. Wanting a break from the years of war […]
One of the more controversial episodes of the Iraq war will be revisited in a military courtroom in California this week. In November of 2005, […]
The U.S. troops have left Iraq, and U.S. diplomats will now be the face of America in a country that remains extremely volatile. The U.S. […]