Northern Iraqi city sees car-bomb, suicide attacks by extrem group
Atheel al-Nujaifi allowed Turkey to establish military presence in northern Iraq, judicial officials allege
No group claims responsibility for the deadly attacks
Pentagon says service member killed in blast north of Mosul
Turkic ethnic group 'defending Iraq's territorial integrity'
Kurdish fighters have announced that a new offensive has been launched in Mosul to purge the city from ISIL
Terrorist group suffers mounting losses as Iraqi security forces, allies close in on Mosul
Mosul is the last ISIL stronghold in northern Iraq
'Just as ISIL has been defeated in communities across Iraq, ISIL will be defeated in Mosul,' Obama says
UNHCR says 5 camps are open and ready to shelter 45,000 people fleeing Mosul
U.S. soldiers were training Peshmerga fighters about how to use the drones
Iraqi army, Peshmerga forces get into position before making final, decisive push on ISIL’s last bastion
The importance of the Mosul operation.
Casualties reportedly include Hashd al-Shaabi Shia militiamen, army and police personnel, and civilians
Iraqi forces began advancing Sunday midnight on Mosul, the last ISIL stronghold in northern Iraq
ISIL fighters are swept from seven Iraqi villages in the first day of the Mosul operation
A much anticipated Mosul offensive to liberate the city from ISIL began midnight Sunday, according to Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.
Hinting at the upcoming military operation in Iraq's Mosul, Turkish president says 'people of Mosul should live in Mosul'
The bombing in central Baghdad, which targeted a tent where Shiites distribute food as part of annual religious commemorations, also wounded at least four people.
Coalition warplanes are also hitting ISIL in Mosul, according to Peshmerga Commander Omer Huseyin
No group claims responsibility, but Iraqi authorities typically blame ISIL for seemingly random attacks on civilians