Iraqi protesters, security forces clash overnight in capital
Iraqi security forces clashed with anti-government protesters in the early hours of Saturday near the capital's Tahrir Square, leaving one demonstrator dead and dozens more wounded, medical sources said.
Iraq PM's future on the line as demonstrators smell change
The future of Iraq's embattled premier was in the hands of his one-time parliamentary backers Wednesday, as they deliberated over his ouster after mass anti-government protests that have leftover 240 dead.
Iraq forces try to clear lingering protesters after bloodshed
Iraqi security forces fired tear gas to clear lingering protesters in Baghdad on Saturday morning after dozens died in a bloody resumption of anti-government rallies to be discussed in parliament.
Two dead as Iraq anti-government protests resume
At least two demonstrators were killed in renewed anti-government rallies in the Iraqi capital on Friday, officials said, as security forces unleashed tear gas to push back thousands from Baghdad's high-security Green Zone.
157 dead in Iraq protests: new official toll
The death toll from week-long anti-government protests that erupted in the Iraqi capital and other cities at the start of the month totalled 157, an official inquiry found on Tuesday.
Withdrawing US troops enter Iraq from Syria
Dozens of US armoured vehicles with American soldiers aboard crossed into Iraqi Kurdistan from Syria on Monday, according to AFP journalists.
Iraqi president urges end to 'escalation' after days of deadly protests
Iraq's president called Monday for a "halt to escalation" after widespread protests that killed dozens, including an overnight rally in east Baghdad in which the military admitted using "excessive force".
Iraq military admits 'excessive force' used in deadly protests
Iraq's military admitted on Monday that "excessive force" was used in a district of the capital overnight where a mass protest led to clashes that medics and security forces said left 13 people dead.