Iraqi army forces have retaken more areas in the eastern and northern parts of Mosul from Takfiri Daesh militants.
A senior Iraqi official says the eastern bank of Mosul will be declared fully liberated from Daesh in the next few days.
The remarks came after US Secretary of State John Kerry accused Maliki of being behind the growth of the Daesh terrorist group in Iraq.
Daesh-controlled terrain shrank by 23 percent from 78,000 square kilometers in early January 2016 to 60,400 square kilometers by the end of the year.
The Iraqi premier says the US-led invasion caused instability and persistent “chaos” in the Arab country.
The Left Coast area in the east of the city of Mosul was declared fully liberated on Wednesday.
The commander of Nineveh Liberation Operation says Iraqi forces are in control of Mosul’s Central Mosque.
Two car bombs target the Tal Yabes district in eastern Mosul, causing casualties.
A high ranking Iraqi commander says around 90 percent of eastern Mosul has been recaptured from the Daesh terrorists.
Iraqi special forces battling Daesh terrorists in Mosul say they made further advances against the Takfiris.
Diyala Province and the capital, Baghdad, are hit by three deadly explosions, which also wounded dozens of people.
Iraqi government forces make more territorial gains against Daesh terrorists in and around Mosul.
Iraqi counterterrorism forces fully recapture the Mosul University from Daesh terrorists.
Iraqi government forces continue to gain ground against Takfiri Daesh militants in Mosul.
Iraqi forces enter the compound of the Mosul University in a key advance against Daesh in the northern city.
The Iraq Body Count says a monthly average of more than 1,300 civilians lost their lives due to violence in Iraq in 2016.
Iraqi volunteer fighters move their military equipment to the western flank of Mosul in preparation for a new anti-Daesh operation.
Over the past few days, the Iraqi forces have made major gains on the ground in Mosul.
A top Iraqi commander says Daesh car bomb attacks have fallen sharply in Mosul as a sign of the terrorist group’s weakening.
The presence of some 500 Turkish troops near the Iraqi city of Mosul has been a source of tension between the two neighboring countries.
The terrorists turn off the pumps sending water toward liberated neighborhoods in the Iraq city to pressure civilians there.
Iraqi government forces regain control of more districts in the eastern part of Daesh-held northern city of Mosul.
The Iraqi premier says the armed forces have managed to liberate some two-thirds of the northwestern province from Daesh.
Iraqi special forces have reached the Tigris River that runs through the central part of the Daesh-held northern city of Mosul.
Yildirim and Barzani are expected to discuss trade and investment as well as the fight against Daesh.
The blaze broke out at Qasr al-Awliya Hotel in the holy Iraqi city of Karbala.
A car bomb explosion leaves at least 20 people dead in the Shia-populated district north of the Iraqi capital.
Members of the Iraqi Counter Terrorism Service liberate four more neighborhoods in eastern Mosul from Daesh grip.
The Iraqi state TV did not provide further details about the agreement over Turkey’s military presence in Bashiqa.
The two-day visit is the first in its kind since the two governments quarreled over the incursion of Turkish troops into northern Iraq, straining relations to the point of a military face-off.
At least five people are killed and 13 others injured when a car bomb attack struck a commercial district in northwestern Baghdad.
Iraqi army soldiers and their allies have made fresh gains against Daesh Takfiri terrorists in the northern city of Mosul.
Iraqi armed forces liberate seven villages in the western province of Anbar from Daesh terrorists.
Iraq’s Hashd al-Sha’abi says the recent Amnesty report ‘is purposefully slandering an official government institution spearheading’ the anti-terror fight.
Lieutenant General Talib Shaghati says Iraqi forces are expected to reach the Tigris River in the coming days.
The Iraqi Army, police personnel, and Hashd al-Sha’abi forces are involved in the military campaign.
The US-led military coalition in Iraq has doubled the number of its military personnel in Iraq as parts of the country’s second largest city, Mosul, still remain under the control of Daesh Takfiri terrorists,
The Iraqi forces wrested control over the road linking the cities of Mosul and Kirkuk.
Afrah Shawqi al-Qaisi has been released more than a week after being abducted by unknown gunmen from her home in Baghdad.
The remains were found submerged under tree branches in Tigris River in the city of Tikrit.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi says his political opponents fake reports of bombings in Baghdad to undermine him.
Haider al-Abadi says the international community should make efforts to restore security and end organized crimes, extremism and terrorism.
Civilians were seen leaving Mosul's Mithaq district amid clashes between Iraqi forces and Takfiri terrorists.
The United Nations says the declared number of civilian casualties in Iraq has 'to be considered as the absolute minimum.'
Government troops and allied forces are pushing to liberate the city of Mosul and flush out Daesh terrorists.
Prime Minister Binali Yildirim will be traveling to Iraq on Thursday, in a first visit by a high-ranking Turkish official since a dispute started in December 2015.
An American general in charge of the ground forces for the so-called US-led coalition allegedly against Daesh (ISIL) speaks of a “positive indicator” in the fight against the Takfiri terrorists in control of Iraq’s second largest city.
Daesh terrorists claim responsibility for assault on police station in the Iraqi city .
Some 500 French troops are stationed in Iraq as part of a US-led campaign purportedly fighting Daesh.
Scores more have been wounded in the car bomb attack that rocked the Shia-populated suburban district of the Iraqi capital.
Iraqi government forces have retaken around two thirds of the eastern side of Mosul from Daesh terrorists since starting a major operation in mid-October.
Iraqi Special Operations Forces retake complete control over three more neighborhoods in the eastern part of Mosul.
The latest terror attack in the province comes as army forces are making fresh gains against Daesh in the battle for Mosul.
French President Francois Hollande says he will travel to Iraq on Monday to honor troops taking part in a US-led military coalition against Daesh.
Iraqi security forces freed the al-Quds neighborhood of the northern Iraqi city of Mosul on the third day of a renewed push to liberate the city from Daesh.
The casualties were caused by two explosions at a market in the central part of the Iraqi capital of Baghdad.
The Iraqi prime minister calls on Turkey to ‘respect the sovereignty and territorial integrity’ of Iraq.
Iraqi government forces and their allies have made gains in their fresh push to retake Mosul from Takfiri Daesh militants.
Iraqi Shia and Sunni parliamentary blocs reach a preliminary agreement on reconstructing the country after Daesh’s defeat.
A US-led coalition against a purported Daesh position near Mosul has apparently killed scores of Iraqi civilians.
Special forces advanced into the Karama and Quds neighborhoods, while army troops and federal police gained ground in nearby Intisar, Salam and Sumor neighborhoods.
Iraqi forces are gearing up for a three-pronged attacked against Daesh terrorists in the city of Mosul, says a top Iraqi commander.
Iraq says Saudi Arabia’s policies are one of the main reasons behind continued tensions and crises in Yemen and Syria.
A quarter of Mosul is said to have been liberated from the grip of terrorists so far, but the operation has slowed down amid concerns over civilian lives.
Human Rights Watch confirmed that Daesh began the execution-style killings in the afternoon of October 17.
Eight armed men burst into her house dressed in plain clothes, said the head of Iraq’s Journalistic Freedoms Observatory.
The top American commander of a foreign coalition in Iraq and Syria praises Iraqi Hashd al-Sha’abi fighters as “remarkably disciplined” and effective.
The United Nations says terrorism has killed at least 12,038, mostly civilians, in Iraq so far this year.
A string of bomb attacks kills 11 people in and around the Iraqi capital, Baghdad.
A series of car bombings and mortar attacks kill at least ten people across Iraq.
Turkey has deployed its soldiers to the Bashiqa military camp on the outskirts of
Mosul, a move Iraq sees as a violation of its sovereignty.
Separate attacks targeted a stadium, an outdoor market as well as the al-Rahman grand mosque in the southeastern Kokceli neighborhood on Thursday.
Human Rights Watch says Daesh militants in Mosul are deliberately targeting civilians who refuse to join them in the face of army advances.
The IOM says since October 17, 103,872 people have been displaced, mainly from Nineveh province.
At least 18 people are killed when Daesh car bombs ripped through two districts in the Iraqi city of Mosul.
At least 20 Daesh militant commanders have been killed after the Iraqi Air Force launched an airstrike near Mosul.
A military official says Iraqi forces have driven out the terrorists out of the villages as part of the fifth phase of the Nineveh liberation operation during the course of three days.
An arms research group says Daesh is manufacturing weapons in and around Mosul on an industrial scale with products from Turkey.
In an interview with Press TV, the leader of the National Iraqi Alliance says Hashd al-Sha’abi is playing a major role in defending the nation against terrorism.
Iraq’s Counter-Terrorism Service liberates further regions from Daesh terrorists in Mosul.
Nadia Murad and Lamiya Aji Bashar received the award.
Mosul fell to Daesh in 2014, when the terror outfit began its campaign of death and destruction in parts of Iraq.
The Iraqi government says more than 103,000 people have been displaced in the wake of the operation to liberate Mosul from Daesh.
The gains come as part of large-scale military operations aimed at liberating Mosul, the last Daesh bastion in Iraq.
Most of the victims were security officers.
A US airstrike against purported Daesh positions in the Iraqi city of Mosul kills 90 government soldiers.
An Iraqi commander said on Saturday that the military was reinforcing troops based in eastern Mosul.
The casualties were caused by Turkish airstrikes in the Gara region of northern Iraq.
Iraqi government forces have wrested control of three more neighborhoods in the eastern part of Mosul.
The explosions that mainly targeted civilians also left nearly two dozen people injured.
Dozens of Daesh terrorists are killed in airstrikes by Iraqi aircraft near the border with Syria.