Since the US-led invasion in 2003, much of Iraq’s cultural heritage has been destroyed: one million books, ten million other documents and 14,000 archaeological artifacts have been lost.
While the United States has been bombing targets associated with ISIS since August 8, 2014 there has been very little anti-war protesting tied to the airstrikes.
In August 2014, President Obama became the fourth U.S. president in a row to order military action in Iraq.
Since 2002, South Asian workers in Afghanistan and Iraq have been working in military bases, but not getting paid the money they were promised by exploitative recruiters and military contractors.
March 2013 marks 10 years of America’s war in Iraq.
The practice of the U.S. military using unmanned planes to kill people in other countries is controversial and may be illegal.
Nine years after invading and occupying Iraq, U.S. military forces officially left the country in December, leaving behind a mammoth embassy.
Right after the 9/11 attacks, the United States government launched two wars, creating hundreds of thousands more victims, and took away rights and freedoms of people living in the United States, too. Here, IndyKids takes a look at what has happened after, and in the name of, September 11, 2001.
It has been two years since President Barack Obama was elected. Let’s take a look at the promises he made on four key issues and what he has accomplished so far.
The world now knows about a mass killing that happened on July 12, 2007, in a place called New Baghdad, Iraq. A videotape shows U.S. soldiers shooting from a helicopter and killing at least 12 people.