A senior Iranian official expresses the Islamic Republic’s support for Iraq’s territorial integrity and an Iraqi Kurdish vote for independence.
Massoud Barzani said the planned referendum would be held despite international warnings.
Iraqi government forces and their allies have liberated 19 villages as they finish the second phase of the operation to retake the town of Hawijah.
The UN Security Council has unanimously warned against an upcoming referendum on independence by Iraq’s Kurdistan region.
The UN Security Council votes for a resolution that authorizes an investigation team to collect evidence on the atrocities committed by Daesh in Iraq.
Iraqi government forces have liberated nearly a dozen villages near the town of Hawijah from the clutches of Daesh Takfiri terrorists.
The Iraqi premier announces the launch of a massive offensive to liberate the northern area of Hawijah from Daesh terrorists.
Iran, Iraq and Turkey have voiced concerns over a planned secession referendum in the northern Iraqi Kurdistan region.
Turkish fighter jets reportedly bombarded Duhok province in Iraq’s Kurdistan region.
The protest was held upon KRG President Massoud Barzani’s arrival in the city to discuss the September 25 independence referendum with Iraqi President Fuad Masum.
The Iraqi prime minister meets with senior military commanders ahead of a multi-pronged operation to liberate the town of Hawijah.
Iraqi soldiers and allied Hashd al-Sha’abi fighters liberate the al-Rayhaniyah village in the western province of Anbar from the grips of Daesh terrorists.
Iraqi police impose a curfew in the northern city, which witnessed clashes between Kurds and Turkmen days before the controversial Kurdish referendum.
Watch Turkish tanks engage in large scale military drills on the country’s border with Iraq a week before a Kurdish independence vote.
Iraqi authorities move over 1,400 foreign wives and children of Daesh terrorists to a new site near Mosul.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi formally demands the suspension of September 25 referendum on the independence of the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region.
Antonio Guterres says any unilateral decision by Iraqi Kurds to hold a referendum at this time would detract from the need to defeat Daesh.
The Iraqi vice president warns that Baghdad will not tolerate the creation of a “second Israel” in the Arab country.
Russia and Iraq have restored scheduled commercial airline services for the first time since 2004, in what officials hailed as a sign of stability returning to the war-torn country.
More than a dozen others were injured at the school that was being used as a training center.
A diplomat, requesting anonymity, says the UN Security Council hopes to put the resolution to the vote next Thursday.
Regional powers like Iran and Turkey have also expressed concerns about the planned referendum, warning it could create further instability in the region.
A car bomb explosion in Iraq’s Kirkuk has killed three civilians and wounded nine.
Iraqi army liberates Akashat town near border with Syria from Daesh.
Lawmakers of Iraq’s Kurdistan region have approved holding the region's planned independence referendum on September 25 in open defiance of Baghdad.
The Daesh terrorist group has executed one of its top commanders over attempts to flee Hawijah to the “land of non-believers.”
The Iraqi parliament votes to remove the governor of Kirkuk from office over Kurdish independence referendum.
Several Iranians are among more than 80 people killed in twin gun and car bomb attacks in southern Iraq.
Iraq says the Arab League has rejected the planned independence referendum in its Kurdistan region as illegal and unconstitutional.
American troops have been staying at a base in Erbil to coordinate attacks in the upcoming battle to liberate the town of Hawijah, Iraqi Kurdish officials say.
The Israeli prime minister expresses support for the planned referendum on independence of Iraq’s Kurdistan region.
The Iraqi prime minister says the planned Kurdish referendum on independence is "unconstitutional."
Six Iraqi unions are set to file a lawsuit against the Kurdistan Regional Government over September 25 independence referendum.
The majority of lawmakers vote against an independence referendum planned by the Kurdish Regional Government.
An official Iraqi rights group urges the Baghdad government to sue a US-led coalition operating in Iraq over the death of civilians in the northern city of Mosul.
The Iraqi and Qatari foreign ministers hold a phone conversation amid an ongoing dispute between Doha and a number of other Arab states, Qatari media say.
After being expelled from Tal Afar, the Daesh terrorist group left behind some 1,400 foreign wives and children.
Members of the “No for Now” campaign are being threatened due to their opposition to the Iraqi Kurdistan referendum.
Iraqi army troops and their allies kill 14 Daesh Takfiri terrorists in the eastern province of Diyala.
Iraqi government forces have discovered a mass grave northwest of the recently liberated town of Tal Afar.
A senior Iraqi Turkmen official censures the Kurdistan Regional Government over a decision to establish an independence voting office in Kirkuk.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi says army troops will soon fully recapture the northern town of Hawijah from Daesh Takfiri militants.
An Iraqi pilot trainee killed in F-16 training mission in southeastern Arizona.
Two major Kurdish parties call on officials in Iraq’s Kurdistan region to postpone the September 25 independence referendum.
Local residents have killed a number of senior Daesh militant commanders in the northern town of Hawijah.
Iraqi security forces have found Daesh Takfiri militants hidden among refugees fleeing Tal Afar.
At least seven Iraqis are killed in a Daesh attack on a power plant north of the capital Baghdad.
Iraqi government forces and their allies are poised to launch an operation to liberate the town of Hawija from Dasesh.
British officials have said they will send more troops to Iraq under the pretext of fighting Daesh, which is already on the verge of fall in the country.
Iraqi prime minister says city of Tal Afar and entire Nineveh province have been freed of Daesh terrorists.
The Iraqi Air Force kills at least 94 Daesh terrorists during extensive operations carried out in the western Anbar province.
The sole Iraq-Jordan border crossing, a vital route for trade, is finally reopened after two years.
Iraqi government forces and their allies have captured half of last Daesh redoubt in the northern city of Tal Afar.
The Tureibil post will be reopened after Baghdad’s forces retook from Daesh the control of a key highway connecting Iraq and Jordan.
The provincial council in Iraq’s northern province of Kirkuk has voted to take part in next month's Kurdish independence referendum.
Countdown begins for Iraq’s Tal Afar liberation with Iraqi army soldiers gradually entering al-Ayadiya district.
Iraqi security soldiers have discovered a Daesh-run detention facility in the western flank of Tal Afar.
At least 12 people are dead and nearly 30 others wounded after a car bomb blast ripped through the Iraqi capital’s Sadr City.
The Iraqi military says army soldiers and allied fighters have retaken almost all of Tal Afar.
Separate car bomb attacks claim multiple casualties across the Iraqi capital.
Two French ministers have traveled to Baghdad as the Iraqi forces’ operation against Daesh enters its final stages.
A senior Iraqi military figure says army soldiers and Hashd al-Sha'abi fighters have retaken 90 percent of the northern city of Tal Afar from Daesh terrorists.
Iraqi forces say they have retaken the center of the northern city of Tal Afar from Daesh Takfiri terrorists.
The Iraqi military investigators say they have discovered mass graves of 500 Daesh victims near Mosul.
Iraqi forces have managed to wrest control over several neighborhoods in their operation to liberate the northern city of Tal Afar from the grip of Daesh Takfiri terrorists.
Iran's chief Armed Forces spokesman says Iraqi Kurdistan's planned independence referendum is in line with the US policy of partitioning the regional countries.
Iraqi army soldiers and their allies kill 302 Daesh terrorists and retake 31 districts during Tal Afar liberation operation.
Iraqi army soldiers and their allies have retaken two neighborhoods in the northern city of Tal Afar from Daesh terrorists.
The Turkish FM says Ankara expects Iraq’s northern semi-autonomous Kurdish region to cancel its upcoming independence vote.
The US military is reportedly building a new permanent base in Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan region.
The Turkish president warns that Ankara will thwart any attempt aimed at establishing a Kurdish state in Syria.
Iraqi army soldiers and their allies have retaken three districts of Tal Afar from Daesh Takfiri terrorists.
Security forces have retaken two villages and an oil refinery from Daesh in the northern Iraqi city.
James Mattis is in Baghdad on an announced visit and is due to meet with officials, including the leader of Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdistan region.
Iraqi government forces regain control over five villages southwest of Tal Afar from the Daesh Takfiri militants.
The suggestion made by the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan came as a Kurdish delegation wrapped up a visit to Baghdad to sound out proposals from both sides.
The UN calls on all parties involved in operations to free the Iraqi city of Tal Afar from its occupying Daesh terrorists to avoid civilian casualties.
A Kurdish delegation was visiting Baghdad to sound out Iraqi leaders on the proposal.
Iraqi security forces have regained control over four neighborhoods in the northern city of Tal Afar.
Official figures show that up to 17,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) have returned to their homes in Iraq’s Nineveh Plains over the past two month.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has announced the start of a major offensive to liberate the northern city of Tal Afar from the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group.
A high-ranking official of the Iraqi Hashd al-Shaabi forces says 20,000 volunteer fighters will take part in Tal Afar operation.
The governor of Iraq’s northern province of Kirkuk has defied a court ruling to lower the Kurdish flag flattering over government buildings.
Iraq’s parliament ends questioning of the trade minister over alleged corruption.
Seven Iraqi soldiers were killed after a Daesh attacker tried to infiltrate a security headquarters near the northern city of Baiji.
The Turkish foreign minister has warned that a plan by Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdish region to hold a referendum on independence could lead to "civil war."
Saudi Arabia and Iraq will reopen a major border crossing after 27 years.
The Iraqi Air Force launches airstrikes against the militants' positions in the northern city on the first day of a new liberation operation.
The two American soldiers killed Sunday in Iraq lost their lives due to a US artillery "mishap," says a Pentagon spokesman.
A senior Hashd Sha’abi official says the Iraqi pro-government fighters will actively participate in the operations to liberate Tal Afar from Daesh.
The Sunday visit was the second by Sadr to the Emirates in as many months, Emirati paper The National reported.