A video has been released of the Turks that were kidnapped earlier this month, saying that they have all been released
Iraqi Prime Minister Abadi ordered daily water tests and other measures to contain outbreak
At least 18 people have been killed in Baghdad violence in past 24 hours when two separate bomb attacks went off in central Bab al-Sharqi
Within last nine months, half a million Iraqis have fled to Kirkuk from Diyala due to violence by ISIL militant group
Outgoing Army Gen. Ray Odierno told reporters that partition of the country may be only real solution for Iraq
The plan was unanimously approved by 297 members of parliament
Iraq VP slams PM’s raft of reforms, elimination of post that was endorsed by Iraq's council of ministers a day earlier.
Multiple bombs have claimed the lives of 42 people, injuring at least 87 in Iraq's eastern province of Diyala
Weeks of demonstrations and corruptions have paved the way for al-Abadi to call for reforms including abolishing the post of rival Nuri al-Maliki.
Tornado fighter jets will be used to conduct strikes until at least March 2017
Iraqi forces retaken several areas west of Ramadi that had fallen into the hands of ISIL.
Multiple power and water cuts make everyday life difficult when temperatures rise with authorities giving a 4 day mandatory holiday relief.
Iraqi forces have clashed with ISIL at Anbar university in Ramada
Khan Bani Saad is located in Diyala province, which the government declared free of ISIL in January but where sporadic attacks have been on the rise in recent weeks.
The World Bank has issued a loan of $350mn to reconstruct war torn regions.
ISIL is preventing local families from leaving Iraq's flashpoint city of Fallujah, rights commission says
Falluja and Ramadi residents report heavy bombardment with sources reporting forces facing heavy resistance around Falluja.
Iraq ordered 36 Lockheed Martin planes worth $65 mn, with the delivery of the first batch arriving today.
ISIL's illegal oil sales has costed the troubled country $102 million per month. ISIL controls large parts of the country.
The lifting of the curfew that was put in place five months ago has given a new lease of life for Baghdad locals.
Iraq govt isn’t opposed to Kurdish Regional Government exporting its own crude oil, Kurdish official says