Offensives in Ramadi and Fallujah leave dozens of soldiers dead
'Baghdad is the capital for all Iraqis,' Haidar al-Abadi says
Three-metre-high concrete wall's aim is to prevent the infiltration of 'terrorists' and car bombs into the city
Two sides discuss outstanding differences between Baghdad and KRG, including national budget, oil exports and fate of ISIL-held city of Mosul
'We think it will be roughly 10 brigades with anywhere from about 2,000, sometimes 3,000,' says general
Barzani has called the Sykes-Picot agreement a failure and has said that a new pact must be drawn up to protect communities in Iraq and Syria
Iraq's oldest Christian monastery which recently functioned as a place of worship for U.S. troops has been destroyed by ISIL
Amnesty International says thousands of homes destroyed have been razed areas.
Three citizens have been reported missing in Iraq with the State Department issuing a statement saying that "We are working with the full cooperation of the Iraqi authorities to locate and recover the individuals,"
Saddam Hussein was the fifth President of Iraq, serving from 16 July 1979 until 9 April 2003.
The Iraqi military said that 25 high-profile ISIL figures killed by airstrikes as army advances into occupied city
Iraq's top Shiite Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani has called for the release of Qatari hunters
Iraqi troops have pushed deeper into the heart of the last remaining district held by ISIL in the city of Ramadi, an army spokesman said on Saturday.
ISIL has made a number of press releases which until now were only comments regarding release of photographs showing calm in parts of Ramadi to deliberately undercut claims that the Iraqi military had taken most of the city.
Germany in its support for the Peshmerga, will be sending an arms package that includes anti-tank missiles and ammunition.
Training by Turkish troops will continue, says deputy PM after media reports of withdrawal from Bashiqa camp
Canadian defense minister praises Kurdish Regional Government president, 'courage of peshmerga' in fight against ISIL
Iraqi Kurdistan Autonomous Region President Barzani has given instructions to prepare for a referendum on independence.
Iraq's first beauty contest, which is the first one in more than 40 years, had been postponed from October after opposition from local leaders.
The two leaders discussed recent developments between Turkey and Iraq over the phone and has requested Turkey to withdraw its troops from northern Iraq.
Iraqi Kurdistan Democratic Party accuses PKK of creating problems for Kurdish people