President of Kurdish Regional Government says constitutional and presidential elections necessary.
A suspect has been arrested in connection with a bomb attack on the US consulate in Erbil, near a Turkish run cafe.
The refinery was seized back by Iraqi fighters over the weekend, but now under full control of the Iraqi government.
Iraqi armed forces have retaken the oil refinery that was seized on Friday by ISIL forces.
Gen. Dempsey says fall of Ramadi to ISIL in Anbar province is not central to Iraq's future, with US senators slamming his comments saying that it was an insult.
Eight police officers were killed and five others were wounded Friday in a ISIL suicide car bomb attack.
A bomb laden with explosives has exploded in front of the US Consulate in Erbil, with reports saying three killed, and five wounded.
The Iraqi leader Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, a former right-hand man to Saddam Hussein, has been killed in a report in Iraqi media
More than 2000 families have fled from Ramadi as ISIL forces approach the city of Ramadi, capital of Anbar province
Barzani has accused the PKK with betrayal, saying that, "We will control South Kurdistan through Erbil".
The refinery, 200 kilometers north of Baghdad, once produced some 300,000 barrels of refined products per day, meeting half the country’s needs.
Iraqi Finance Minister Hoshyar Zebari said that Iraq has finalized decision to issue $5 billion in government bonds
After the two leaders met at the White House, Obama said with the support of U.S. airstrikes they had retaken about a quarter of the territory seized over the last year by ISIL
Asked about when Baghdad would pay: "Iraq can pay for it later, not now... I think there can be an arrangement for deferred payment."
Iraqi security forces and tribesmen withdraw from Albu Ghanim area after fierce clashes with ISIL.
Twenty Turkish officers provide military training for fighters of al-Hashid al-Watani.
One of the blasts, in a parking lot near Yarmuk hospital in western Baghdad, killed at least four people and wounded 10.
A policeman in one of those districts, Albu Faraj, said security forces had recaptured around 40 percent of it on Monday, but were facing stiff resistance from the armed group
At least 26 others wounded Friday in several attacks in Iraqi capital.
Iraqi forces lost control of the Albu Farraj area located north of Ramadi after intense clashes with ISIL members.
Two areas have so far been liberated from ISIL terrorists with dozens of fighters killed or wounded, said Karhout.