July 5, 2015
"Savages" made the list of acceptable terms to use.
Two Daesh suicide bombs preceded an attack on the the northern Iraqi town of Baiji, home to Iraq's largest oil refinery, forcing army troops and Shiite militia out of the town center.
The self-proclaimed governor for the town of al-Rutbah, along with a number of other militants, were killed in airstrikes in Anbar province.
Daesh remains in control of approximately 40 percent of Iraqi territory, including vast oil fields.
Iraqi Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jabour highlighted that few families return to their homes because of the "the conditions imposed upon them by some entities that attribute themselves to al-Hashd al-Shaabi and the armed forces.”
Iraqi jets flew over Daesh-controlled Mosul over the weekend, dropping pamphlets promising to retake the city from the extremist group.
July 4, 2015
Iraqi officials say eight people have been killed and over a dozen others wounded when three bomb attacks hit the capital, Baghdad, and the town of Madain to its southeast.
July 3, 2015
Though the majority-Shiite popular mobilization forces have so far been instrumental in Iraq's fight against Daesh, U.S. officials say they've recruited 6,000 Sunni tribesmen from Anbar province for training at a base outside Ramadi.
July 2, 2015
UNESCO head Irina Bokova met with experts in London to discuss the extent of looting of ancient sites by the Daesh group.
War in the Middle East is being blamed for a seven percent rise in the number of journalists killed in the first six months of this year.
A cursory Google image search says otherwise.
Images were uploaded of a bag that seemed to sport a Daesh flag.
The Iraqi Ministry of Human Rights reported 4,722 people have been killed since June 2014.
July 1, 2015
Egyptian security sources told Arabic news Wednesday at least 70 soldiers were killed.
June 30, 2015
Iraqi soldiers have retaken full control of Jebbeh near the city of Hit in Anbar province.
Walmart may want to look into some cultural sensitivity training.
While al-Qaeda claims to be fighting for the establishment of an Islamic State, Daesh purports to be one.
At least 71 civilians have been killed and 90 injured since the beginning of Ramadan due to the repeated shelling of Fallujah city in Iraq’s western Anbar province
June 28, 2015
North Oil Company COO Saad al-Kabalaie was killed after attackers forced him to stop his vehicle.
Recent Daesh attacks may leave non-Muslims perceiving the religion in an unfair light.
Here's what experts said about Daesh before the holy month began.
June 27, 2015
At least 80 Daesh militants were killed in airstrikes conducted by Iraqi air forces Saturday.
A fresh wave of explosions targeting public places in the Iraqi capital killed 12 and injured 34 on Saturday.
June 26, 2015
Iran has accelerated drilling of its largest oilfield that it shares with Iraq to catch up with other nations' production.
The women were sold for between $500 and $2,000 in Syria's eastern province of Deir Ezzor, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
Iraqi pilot Rasid Mohammad Sadiq was killed during a routine aerial refueling maneuver in the United States.
June 25, 2015
An Iraqi pilot was flying an F-16 that crashed in Arizona on Thursday. The fate of the pilot is still unknown.
Washington couldn't solve the 2006 sectarian war in Iraq, so what makes America think this time will be different?
June 24, 2015
A Pentagon spokesman on Tuesday confirmed rumors of Shia militia members on an Iraq base where US troops are stationed, saying the militia members serve in a 'liaison capacity.'
A car bomb exploded near the house of a tribal elder in the al-Neda district east of the provincial capital, Baquba.
June 23, 2015
A new video released by Daesh shows the brutal murders of 16 prisoners in what is thought to be one of the group's cruelest videos to date.
A close aide to former British Prime Minister Tony Blair said the Iraq invasion of 2003 was a mistake. Lord Falconer regretted the war despite fully supporting it at the time.
Two Australian nationals who joined Daesh were reportedly killed in the Iraqi city of Mosul. The Australian government has yet to confirm the deaths.
June 22, 2015
The first-place winner gets a "young" girl, while second- and third-place winners get teenage girls.
Two Iraqi officers were killed and another injured Monday when gunmen opened fire on a vehicle transporting the officials.
Sunni allegations of Kurds' ethnic cleansing have deeper implications.