#Iraq

  • Article: More Than 100,000 Iraqis Were Hospitalized Due to Unsafe Drinking Water in 2018

    More Than 100,000 Iraqis Were Hospitalized Due to Unsafe Drinking Water in 2018

    By Leah Rodriguez|July 24, 2019

    Human Rights Watch released a new report that investigates Basra’s water crisis. Read more

  • Article: This Bus Provides Education and Hope to Homeless Children in Iraq

    This Bus Provides Education and Hope to Homeless Children in Iraq

    By Sophie Maes|Jan. 8, 2019

    Half of primary school-aged children who miss out on education live in areas affected by conflict. Read more

  • Article: This Canadian Nurse Witnessed an Iraqi City Recover From War

    This Canadian Nurse Witnessed an Iraqi City Recover From War

    By Jackie Marchildon|Aug. 27, 2018

    When the Islamic State took over years ago, much of the population fled — including health workers. Read more

  • Article: Iraq Protests Turn Deadly Amid Serious Lack of Water, Electricity

    Iraq Protests Turn Deadly Amid Serious Lack of Water, Electricity

    By Dana Brandes-Simon|July 17, 2018

    High unemployment rates, drought, and electricity shortages have pushed Iraqis to protest. Read more

  • Article: Thousands of Yazidi Girls and Women Still Missing After Being Forced Into Sex Slavery

    Thousands of Yazidi Girls and Women Still Missing After Being Forced Into Sex Slavery

    June 5, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    The world is failing them, activists say. Read more

  • Article: Here’s How Many Refugees the US Has Accepted in 2018

    Here’s How Many Refugees the US Has Accepted in 2018

    By Chris Gelardi|April 26, 2018

    The US is on pace to resettle the fewest number of refugees in 40 years. Read more

  • Article: Will Iraq Be Next to Abolish the 'Marry Your Rapist' Law?

    Will Iraq Be Next to Abolish the 'Marry Your Rapist' Law?

    April 3, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Activists are preparing for a campaign ahead of May elections. Read more

  • Article: She Survived a Genocide. Now She’s Fighting to Rebuild Her Community

    She Survived a Genocide. Now She’s Fighting to Rebuild Her Community

    By Joe McCarthy|Feb. 20, 2018

    She’s trying to rebuild a society. Read more