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Dozens of anti-government protesters have taken to the streets near Iraq's oil ministry, as gunfire broke out in central Baghdad.
Iraq's government has cut internet access, imposed curfews and deployed forces to secure key facilities. WATCH NOW.
During Islamic State's control of Mosul, an Iraqi teenager lost her eyesight due to lack of medical access. But the setback did not dent the perseverance she needed to become a presenter at a local radio station.
New Zealand will begin scaling back its non-combat mission in Iraq and bring home the last of its troops by mid-2020, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said.
Gulf and Arab leaders are in Saudi Arabia for high-level meetings over rising US-Iran tensions.
President Donald Trump has granted a full pardon to a former US Army officer convicted of the 2009 murder of an Iraqi detainee.
Thousands of Iraqi families bear the burden of guilt because of choices their male relatives made under ISIS.
Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has called on Iraq to demand US troops leave "as soon as possible" during a meeting with the Iraqi prime minister in Tehran.
Iraq's parliament voted to sack a provincial official following the tragic sinking of a ferry that killed nearly 100 people.
A ferry overloaded with people celebrating the Kurdish new year and Mother's Day capsized in the Tigris River near the Iraqi city of Mosul, killing at least 83 people.
The death toll from mass protests in Baghdad and cities across southern Iraq rose to 93 on Saturday as the unrest entered its fifth day, parliament's human rights commission said.
The US Air Force have shown off a jaw-dropping video which shows them bombing what they say is a "Daesh infested island".
Kuwait’s ruler has arrived in Iraq amid unprecedented regional tensions after attacks on tankers in the Gulf of Oman.
Human Rights Watch has condemned France's "outsourcing" of trials of Islamic State group suspects to "abusive justice systems", after seven of its nationals have this week been sentenced to death in Iraq.
Iraqi leaders have warned of the risks of war during a visit by Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, whose country is locked in a tense standoff with the United States.
An estimated 45 000 children in Iraq who were born under the rule of the Islamic State group are being excluded from society because the government denies them documentation and ID papers, an international charity said.
After decades of conflict, Iraq is seeking to reclaim a leadership role and status in the Arab world with a centrist policy and a determination among the country's top leaders to maintain good relations with both Iran and the United States.
Officials say owners of the ferry that capsized in Mosul have been arrested along with the engineers who certified the vessel.
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