Iraq Marks Anniversary of Victory over Islamic State
As part of the celebrations, authorities plan to reopen parts of Baghdad's fortified Green Zone to the public.
Iraqi Forces Battle Islamic State Militants Outside Fallujah
Iraqi government forces on Monday pushed Islamic State militants out of some agricultural areas outside of Fallujah as they l...
Iraqi Forces Break Militant Siege of Shiite Town
Iraqi security forces and Shiite militiamen on Sunday broke a six-week siege imposed by the Islamic State extremist group.
Iraq Suicide Attack Near Oil-rich Basra Kills at Least 8
Five civilians and three troops were killed when the bomber blew up his explosives-laden car at a checkpoint north of Basra.
Wave of Bombings in Baghdad Kill 69
A wave of bombings struck markets and a restaurant in Shiite-dominated neighborhoods of Baghdad, killing at least 69 people.
Iraqi Military Clashes With Militants in Tikrit
Skirmishes broke out Tuesday between Iraqi security forces and militants on the outskirts of Tikrit.
Iraq Says ISIS Has Lost Most of the Land It Seized
ISIS has lost more than three-fourths of the territory it seized when it swept across Iraq in the summer of 2014.
Wave of Suicide Attacks Kills at Least 29 People Across Iraq
Militants unleashed on Monday a wave of suicide attacks across Iraq, killing at least 29 people and wounding dozens, official...
Al-Qaida Asks Iraqis in Embattled City for Support
Members of al-Qaida's branch in Iraq have handed out pamphlets urging residents in Fallujah to take up arms and back the mili...
US Acknowledges Its Forces Were Behind Airstrike on Mosul
The airstrike was requested by Iraqi security forces to target Islamic State fighters and equipment.
Iraq Says It's Launched Offensive to Recapture IS-Held Mosul
The Iraqi military backed by U.S.-led coalition aircraft on Thursday launched a long-awaited operation to recapture the north...
Iraqi PM Wants Full Disclosure About 2003 US-Led Invasion
Iraq's prime minister is demanding full disclosure about events surrounding the 2003 U.S.-led invasion of Iraq.
Iraqi Forces Launch Push to Retake Area North of Baghdad
Backed by paramilitary forces and aerial support, Iraqi troops on Tuesday launched a new push to retake a key area north of t...
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