Iraqi ground troops, backed by the air force, retake the strategic Mosul airport from the grip of Takfiri Daesh terrorists, reports say.
Iraqi forces close in on the Mosul International Airport, inflicting heavy losses on from Daesh terrorists.
Iraqi forces regain control over eight villages west of the strategic northern city of Mosul.
Human Rights Watch says the Daesh Takfiri terrorists are raping and torturing Sunni Arab women in areas under their control in Iraq.
Iraqi air force helicopters kill at least 93 Daesh militants and destroy 18 armed vehicles during operations in western Mosul.
Iraqi government forces and their allies regain control over a number of villages on the outskirts of Mosul.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announces the start of an operation to rid western Mosul of Daesh terrorists.
Iraq drops millions of leaflets on west Mosul warning of an imminent offensive to rid the city of Daesh terrorists.
Car bomb hits southern Baghdad, killing dozens of people and injuring scores more.
According to an Iraqi Defense Ministry statement, 15 Daesh terrorists were killed after Iraqi aircraft struck militant outposts near Mosul on Wednesday.
Security sources said 50 people were also injured in the car bombing.
The terrorists are reportedly brainwashing dozens of abducted Izadi children in Iraq into becoming bombers.
Demonstrators held a symbolic funeral ceremony for those who lost their lives in Saturday’s clashes between police and Sadr supporters in central Baghdad.
The explosion targeted the al-Sana’ei neighborhood of Baghdad on Tuesday.
Iraqi forces have intercepted the escape of 200 Daesh terrorists attempting to flee the city of Tal Afar and enter Syria.
At least 13 Daesh commanders are killed in airstrikes by the Iraqi Air Force, with reports of Baghdadi possibly being injured.
Takfiri Daesh terrorists have reportedly burned to death 15 civilians, among them children, in the northern Iraqi province of Kirkuk.
President Fuad Massoum says relations between Iran and Iraq are "increasingly moving towards becoming strategic.”
Influential cleric Moqtada al-Sadr calls on his followers to withdraw from a central square in Baghdad where they gathered to demand political reforms on Saturday.
Several rockets land in Baghdad's Green Zone following protests between police and supporters of cleric Muqtada al-Sadr.
The supporters of influential cleric Muqtada al-Sadr were approaching Baghdad’s heavily-fortified Green Zone when they were confronted by police.
Kuwait has deployed military forces to its border with Iraq amid tensions over Baghdad’s handover of a waterway’s sovereignty to Kuwait city.
Daesh militants have shot dead over 40 people this week as they were trying to flee the western part of the northern Iraqi city of Mosul.
Iraqis discover more mass graves of people killed by Daesh in the town of Rutbah in Anbar Province.
Unidentified armed men have killed a senior commander of the pro-government Kata'ib Hezbollah force in Iraq's southern city of Basra.
Protesters say Iraq’s electoral law was tailored for the country's major parties that face accusations of corruption.
Answering a question as to whether Baghdadi was still in Mosul, Abadi smiled and said, “I’m not commenting on it.”
UN warns of Daesh threat despite reports of decline in the groups revenue.
The UN says a program to clear the Iraqi city of Mosul from mines and explosives planted by Daesh costs some $50 million.
Iraqi government troops uncover tunnels and munitions at a former Daesh training camp on the eastern bank of the Tigris River.
Iraq's government says the revocation of the Trump travel ban was a "move in the right direction."
A number of Daesh’s senior figures in Iraq reportedly renege on their oath of allegiance to Abu-Bakr al-Baghdadi amid army gains against the terror group.
Iraqi fighter jets kill dozens of Daesh terrorists as they hit areas in the embattled northern province of Nineveh.
The UN envoy expresses hope that Daesh Takfiri terrorists will be routed in Iraq in the near future.
Baghdad slams the new US president’s interventionist tweet on Iran’s role in neighboring Iraq.
The UN says terrorist acts and violence across Iraq killed a total of 382 civilians and wounded 908 others in January.
President Masum urged Trump "to be just to people fighting terrorism with the blood of their sons ... on behalf of the whole world, including the United States."
"You come to the victim to hold him accountable, to the people... who are fighting terrorism, to punish them," Abadi stated.
Iraq’s former ambassador to the US says travel ban shows the level of chaos in Washington.
A charity group says about 350,000 children are currently trapped in the western part of Iraq's Mosul controlled by Daesh terrorists.
The Iraqi lawmakers urge the government to respond to the US visa ban if the decision is not withdrawn.
Iraqi troops discover 27 civilian bodies dumped in a mass grave in the liberated areas of Mosul.
Influential Iraqi Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr has urged the expulsion of American nationals from Iraq in retaliation for President Donald Trump's ban on entry of Muslims into the US.
Iraqi government forces discover a tank of mustard gas and a cache of a surface-to-surface missiles in eastern Mosul.
The Takfiris were killed during clashes in Iraq’s Nineveh and Salahuddin Provinces.
Iraqi government troops have established control over two villages north of the northern city of Mosul.
The terrorist attacks were carried out in the city of Ramadi and near the city of Tikrit in Iraq on Wednesday.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi stresses that his country’s oil constitutionally belongs to the nation.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi stresses the lack of any foreign troops in the fight against Daesh.
Iraqi forces have already liberated the eastern part of Mosul from the grip of Daesh terrorists.
Dozens of casualties are reported in a chain explosions in Baghdad.
The Iraqi forces wrest control of all of eastern Mosul.
Iraqi government forces regain control of two more neighborhoods in the eastern sector of Mosul.
Iraqi forensic experts and international activists have discovered the remains of 89 bodies at Camp Speicher in northern Tikrit.
The Iraqi Education Ministry says as many as 70 schools have resumed their activities in the city’s liberated areas.
Iraqi government forces achieve fresh territorial gains against Daesh terrorists in Mosul.
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.