Iraq warns Mosul civilians, tells IS 'surrender or die'
Iraqi authorities have dropped leaflets over Mosul warning civilians to stay inside and are telling jihadists to "surrender or die" after launching an assault to retake the Old City.
Three suicide blasts send Iraq death toll to 42
Three suicide bombings in Baghdad and a city to the west have killed at least 42 people, targeting Iraqis breaking their fast and elderly people collecting their pensions, officials said Tuesday.
IS-claimed suicide bombings kill 35 in Iraq
Suicide bombings at checkpoints in Baghdad and south Iraq claimed by the Islamic State group killed at least 35 people and wounded dozens more, officials said on Saturday.
IS 'on brink of defeat' after losing 90% of west Mosul
Iraqi forces have recaptured nearly 90 percent of west Mosul from the Islamic State group and jihadists in the city are on the "brink of total defeat," military spokesmen said Tuesday.
Trump son-in-law Kushner visits Iraq, meets Prime Minister
President Donald Trump's son-in-law and top aide Jared Kushner visited Baghdad Monday with the US's top military officer, meeting Iraq's premier to discuss the fight against the Islamic State group.
In Iraq, UN chief Guterres calls for protection of civilians
UN chief Antonio Guterres visited Iraq on Thursday, calling for protecting civilians to be the "absolute priority" as hundreds of thousands are caught up in the battle to retake Mosul.
Suicide bombers kill 26 at Iraq wedding celebration
Two suicide bombers attacked a celebration being held the night before a wedding north of Baghdad, killing 26 people, a police officer and a doctor said on Thursday.
Iraq forces launch operation to retake west Mosul
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced the launch of military operations to retake west Mosul from the Islamic State group Sunday, four months into a massive offensive on the city.