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.
Iraqi government forces continue to gain ground against Takfiri Daesh militants 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.
Iraqi government forces regain control of more districts in the eastern part of Daesh-held northern city of Mosul.
Iraqi special forces have reached the Tigris River that runs through the central part of the Daesh-held northern city of Mosul.
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.
Lieutenant General Talib Shaghati says Iraqi forces are expected to reach the Tigris River in the coming days.
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.'
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.
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.
Iraqi government forces and their allies have made gains in their fresh push to retake Mosul from Takfiri Daesh militants.
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.
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 series of car bombings and mortar attacks kill at least ten people across Iraq.
The IOM says since October 17, 103,872 people have been displaced, mainly from Nineveh province.
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.
An Iraqi commander said on Saturday that the military was reinforcing troops based in eastern Mosul.
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.
The casualties occurred in the eastern and northern parts of Baghdad.
Major General Walid al-Khalifah, the deputy of the Iraqi army’s 9th Division, said the national flag was hoisted over al-Salam Hospital in Mosul.
The Takfiri Daesh terrorist group reportedly withdrew from Mosul University, whose buildings it was using as housing centers and for manufacturing weapons, over the past two days.
Iraqi security forces have uncovered a media and information center belonging to Daesh terrorists south of Mosul.
Iraqi army soldiers retake the full control of four villages north of Mosul.
A tanker laden with explosives is blown up in Iraq’s Mosul, killing 24 civilians.
Iraqi Special Operations Forces have established complete control over two more neighborhoods in the northern city of Mosul.
The ICRC warns civilians could suffer from fight to liberate the northern Iraqi city of Mosul.
It is still unclear what exactly caused water shortage in the city but an official suggested Daesh terrorists had intentionally blown up utilities.
The Iraqi prime minister says the terrorist group is on the wane.
A top commander says Iraq's special forces have killed nearly 1,000 Daesh terrorists in the fighting in Mosul.
Iraqi Kurdish Peshmerga fighters have uncovered two mass graves containing the bodies of 18 Izadi Kurds near the Daesh-held city of Mosul.
Daesh mortar rounds hit neighborhoods across Mosul, killing 16 civilians.
Hashd al-Shaabi calls on the US-led alliance to provide an explanation for a missile attack on its command tent in Tal Afar Airport.
Iraq’s top cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani says the perpetrators of a recent terrorist attack near the Iraqi city of al-Hillah will receive their punishment on the battleground.
The Iranian first vice president says the recent advances in Mosul in parallel with the management of Arba’een religious rituals prove Iraq’s power.
Iraqi forces win back full control of the city’s southern front, killing over 950 members of the Takfiri Daesh terrorist group.
Iraqi Popular Mobilization Units have liberated more areas in the northern province of Mosul from Daesh terrorists.
Iraqi counterterrorism units have urged locals to stay indoors during mop-up operations in the eastern Mosul district of al-Tahrir.
Masoud Barzani stresses that 'almost all Kurdish areas' in Iraq have been purged of Daesh elements.
Iraqi government forces are currently attempting to consolidate their gains in Mosul’s eastern neighborhoods.
An assailant fleeing security forces blows himself up inside a house, killing the six people. Another five would-be assailants are gunned down.
Iraqi counter-terrorism forces regain full control of Karkukli neighborhood in eastern Mosul.
At least 11 people have been killed and 35 others injured in a series of bomb attacks across Iraq.
Security sources say the victims of the mortar attacks near Mosul were all members of a family.
The UN office in Iraq urges Prime Minister Abadi to take measures to protect civilians in Mosul.
Human Rights Watch said on Friday that the chemicals were used against the neighborhoods that the terrorist group has lost to Iraqi security forces.
Iraqi special forces have entered Mosul's eastern neighborhood of Qadisiya in their battle to retake the northern city from Daesh militants.
Iraqi Lieutenant-Colonel Dhiya Mizhir says the target of fresh operations is an area overlooking Mosul International Airport.
The figure is over 7,000 people greater than the number IOM recorded on Tuesday.
Iraqi air force and ground troops attack more terrorist positions in and around the last Daesh stronghold in the Arab country.
Iraqi forces discover the remains of some 100 decapitated bodies in a town to the south of Mosul.
Witness say the prion had been used by Daesh terrorists to lock up a large number of residents and opponents.
The Daesh-held town is located to the east of the city of Mosul.
Iraqi government forces have recaptured more areas in their push to drive Daesh militants from the northern city of Mosul.
The latest terror attacks come as Iraqi armed forces are making more gains amid their final push to liberate Mosul from Daesh.
The Iraqi premier says the progress of the Mosul liberation operation has been faster than expected.
Separate bomb attacks kill at least 10 people and injures 37 others in and around the Iraqi capital of Baghdad.
Government and allied forces recapture more areas to the south of Mosul as they fight to liberate the city from Daesh.
Residents of Mosul have stormed Daesh's main prison, killing the guards and freeing dozens of inmates.
Troops are now gearing up for urban warfare expected to take weeks, if not months, as they work their way neighborhood by neighborhood.
Members of Iraq’s Popular Mobilization Units secure the Mosul-Raqqah highway, severing Daesh’s main supply route.
Mosul fell to Daesh in 2014, the year the terror group began its campaign of death and destruction in Iraq.
Most of the fatalities came as Iraqi F-16 fighter jets targeted a Daesh gathering inside the northern city.
The Iraqi premier says his country does not interfere in the domestic affairs of other states, but reserves the right to fight back any incursion into its territory.
The state TV station in Mosul is the first important premise that has been retaken by the Iraqi troops since the beginning of the liberation operation.
The advance into Iraq's second largest city in over two years marks the start of what could be a grueling and slow operation for troops.
Iraqi forces launch an offensive to advance towards the eastern borders of Mosul from three axes.
A senior Iraqi security official says government forces have liberated 1,400 square kilometers of land from Daesh near Mosul.
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi says military operations will last until the liberation of Nineveh Province in its entirety, including the capital Mosul.
Iraqi government forces and allied fighters have gained control of several areas and villages as they push to retake the Daesh-held city.
Hashd al-Shaabi fighters are now targeting Daesh in Mosul from the city’s west.
The UN said Daesh abducted “tens of thousands” of civilians from areas around the Iraqi city of Mosul and are using them as human shields.
Iraq’s Joint Operations Command says 772 Daesh terrorist have been killed and 23 others captured since the Mosul liberation operation started on October 17.
Different Iraqi military groups, including Shias, Sunnis and Kurds, are helping the army in its push to liberate Mosul from Daesh.
Daesh executes over 230 civilians in Mosul as the battle to liberate the Iraqi city from the Takfiris gains momentum.
Army troops and allied fighters keep pushing a large-scale offensive to retake the city from Daesh.
Abdul-Ghani Asadi, the commander of the Iraqi army’s anti-terrorism contingent, made the announcement on Monday.
Iraqi forces manage to liberate more villages around the northern city of Mosul from Daesh militants.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) said Iraqi forces should conduct the probe to determine who was behind the deadly Friday airstrike.