Could understanding the failure of the 1938 Evian Conference help Europe do the right thing today?
One year after ISIS swept into Yazidi villages, sparking an international outcry and escalating U.S. involvement in the war against the radical, Iraq’s Yazidi community is still in crisis.
A year after ISIS tried to wipe the Yazidi minority off the map, the scarred community is slowly trying to move on.
An art activity organized for Yazidi children displaced by ISIL became a grim reminder of how deeply they — and millions of other children in Iraq and Syria — have been traumatized by war.
Pulitzer grantee Emily Feldman reports on human smugglers rescuing Yazidi slaves held by ISIS.
Yazidis captured by ISIS seek salvation from smugglers in their community.
With local military forces stretched thin, the rescue of hundreds of Yazidis held by ISIS in Iraq and Syria have largely fallen to the Yazidi community itself.
Amsha Ali Alyas was one of the first Yazidi women enslaved by ISIS who managed to escape. Nearly one year later, a look at how she and her young family are trying to move on.
Sebastian Meyer profiles a family of displaced Yazidis refugees in northern Iraq who make a potentially lethal living running a small oil refinery.
A Yazidi family that escaped last year's ISIS attack on Sinjar and now live in an oil refinery in Iraqi Kurdistan.
For nearly a year, Iraqi Kurdistan has been on the front line of the war with the Islamic State. The Kurds have managed to secure their borders, but inside the region they face different battles.
David Rohde reviews Yochi Dreazen's new book The Invisible Front: Love and Loss in an Era of Endless War about PTSD and soldiers and civilians who struggle with depression.