Articles by Anna Lekas Miller on theintercept.com
His nation at war, Hassan Al Kontar is stuck in a Malaysian airport with a temporary passport and no visa. He fears arrest if he goes to Syria.
An independence referendum will be held in the Kurdish areas of Iraq on Monday amid concerns about instability and violence.
Leftist foreign fighters are drawn to Rojava in Kurdish Syria for its radical democratic politics and gender equality. But LGBTQ rights have a ways to go.
After the liberation of Mosul, so-called “ISIS families” have been hit with retaliatory violence, forcibly evicted, and sent to rehabilitation camps.
Four-year-old Awra Ali was nearly blinded in a U.S.-led coalition strike in Mosul. She's among the unprecedented number of civilians harmed in strikes in March.