Iraq

The Mummy with Tom Cruise, pure hokum; try Megan Leavey or Churchill instead

Or maybe It Comes at Night or My Cousin Rachel. They have their supporters.

Disabled children in Iraq struggle to survive amid Mosul fighting

Fleeing civilains must traverse areas that are still within mortar range of nearby militants and are regularly shelled

Mom of four kids allegedly abducted overseas wants to see progress in case

A Canada-wide warrant for father Saren Azer (a.k.a Salahaddin Mahmudi-Azer) was issued on Aug. 24 for abduction - but he has flown the coop with children in tow.

Reza Aslan on Islamic nationalism and the challenge of jihad

Reza Aslan explained ISIS and Islamic violent extremism to a packed audience at the Indian Summer Festival Thursday.

VIFF's "Turbulence" highlights the emotional toll of war on Kurdish survivors

A young Kurdish Iranian woman's harrowing descent into Vancouver's drug scene shows the difficulties of rehabilitating after a war.
Peter Van Loan, Christopher Alexander

Media "impolite" to ask questions about secretive Iraq meeting, Minister says

Canadians got few answers today as reporters pressed for more details on Harper's plans for joining the fight against ISIS.

Tammy needs more laughs, and Gore Vidal puts barbs into 4th of July

Susan Sarandon and Melissa McCarthy take a road trip without even a nod to Thelma and Louise

Ethel Rosenberg's orphaned son says, 'Scream bloody murder' for Bradley Manning

An 'Heir to an Execution' speaks out for Manning, 60 years after his parents' death at the hands of the state.

Rethinking international affairs: A call for a multidisciplinary approach

Troubled times call for creative thinking. And 2012 will be no exception.

CODEPINK’s Rae Abileah discusses next steps at World Peace Forum

Rae Abileah, a leading member of the women-led activist group CODEPINK, addressed war-related social and economic issues at this weekend's World Peace Forum.
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