Kurdish prosecutor accuses the officials of inciting to violence
In first statement after illegitimate poll in N. Iraq, KRG leader says he does not want to create obstacles for neighbors
Iraq’s central government has threatened to intervene militarily if the referendum leads to violence
Frontier closes as Kurds vote on independence from Iraq
The shooting in Iraqi Kurdish regional capital Arbil came just hours after Nowfal al-Aqoub, the governor of Nineveh, made controversial remarks about children being fathered by IS fighters in the province.
‘Intense’ bombardment of Erbil province’s border region forces local residents to flee homes, district governor says
Independent oil producers operating in the region will be paid directly by KRG, ignoring agreement with Baghdad
KRG presidency instructs all governmental institutions to prepare for region’s presidential elections
The over five thousand people who lost their lives in the chemical bombing attacks 27 years ago were commemorated.
A Kurdish scholar was killed in an armed attack as he was walking in the street.
Haider al-Abadi faces a huge challenge forging a common front against ISIL fighters, rebuilding an ineffective army and reasserting a degree of central government authority across Iraq
President of the Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government has pledged to continue his region's independence and referendum bid despite ISIL threats
Yusuf Mohammed Sadik says a referendum would be held if the northern Kurdish region were to seek independence
Many issues were addressed, including previous cooperation agreements, and shared intelligence to fight ISIL, Kurdish lawmaker said
Footage from the scene showed several charred vehicles and what appeared to be a blood stain on the cobbles outside the governor's office.
U.S. Army Gen. Martin Dempsey said that the U.S. government follows the Kurdish armed forces' struggle against ISIL closely.
“As the Kurdish Regional Government, our priority is to form an alliance with the Baghdad government. If this does not happen, we have another option,” Nechirvan Barzani said
The U.S. is going to deploy an additional 1,500 troops to Iraq in a bid to ramp up its efforts to train and assist Iraqi forces.
The parliament of Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government has declared Turkmen language as one of its official languages apart from Arabic and Kurdish.
Berlin sends military experts to Erbil to explore ways of better supporting peshmerga troops against ISIL
Turkish FM Mevlut Cavusoglu uses TV interview to say 150 Iraqi peshmerga will enter Kobani to fight against ISIL.