Iraqi and Kurdish forces continued to battle the Islamic State, including a third high-profile assault on Tikrit.
The Iraqi military claims to have “fully cleansed” Mosul Dam of the Islamic State, but VICE News saw that the battle is still underway.
Some members of minority groups who fled the Islamic State into Iraqi Kurdistan told VICE News that they felt exploited by Kurdish politicians.
It turns out the feared Iraqi fighters weren't as invincible as everyone thought.
The Kurds are receiving weapons from the US, France, and others — but military leaders say they still can't match the firepower of the Islamic State.
One of the Pope's top envoys visited Erbil on Wednesday promising to mobilize the powers of the church to help Christians and other minorities.
Yezidis driven from their homes in Iraq by Islamic State militants told VICE News that their exodus will be permanent.
Pro-government fighters describe poor conditions and slow progress as they struggle to regain territory from the well-equipped insurgents.
Iraq's deteriorating security situation and rampant corruption has led to a sharp rise in drug use, including heroin and crystal meth.
With the help of Iraqi airpower, the peshmerga are hoping to retake territory they lost to the Islamic State over the weekend.
Avoiding heavy security in the area, we managed to speak to neighbors and eyewitnesses about a recent massacre of 29 suspected prostitutes.
Sunni Muslims in the Iraqi capital say they are being increasingly targeted by Shiite militia and harassed by security forces.
Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani plea was seemingly referring to beleaguered Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, who is facing calls to step down.
Two parked cars packed with explosives detonated this evening just hours after lawmakers named a new president.
VICE News visited Baghdad morgue, where bodies are beginning to arrive at the fastest rate in years, and many appear to have been executed.
A bomber detonated a car packed with explosives at a checkpoint packed with families traveling to a Shiite shrine, killing 24.
As the last Christians in Mosul flee from an Islamic State ultimatum, those in the rest of the country say they too fear for their safety.
Eleven civilians are dead and 31 injured after mortar explosions, while an IED in Abu Ghraib killed five government troops.
Kurds seized two major oil fields near the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk this morning, as they seemingly move further toward independence.
US Secretary of State John Kerry touched down in Afghanistan today to try and resolve a crisis that threatens the country's future.