At least 27 Iraqis were killed and 13 others injured after residential buildings were targeted in a series of mortar attacks in Diyala province.
Don't let the rankings fool you.
October 8, 2015
The Kingdom of Jordan has awarded Raytheon an $18.6 million contract to expand its border security work on the country's border with Syria.
Note: this is not an Onion story.
According to the Iraqi peshmerga ministry, sample taken from 35 Kurdish fighters showed traces of mustard gas.
The abductees were taken as punishment for allegedly collaborating with Iraqi security forces.
October 7, 2015
As Russian airstrikes intensify in Syria, more Western powers show a renewed interest in Kurdish groups fighting Daesh in Iraq and Syria.
The Kurdish Regional Government exported 18.6m barrels of crude oil, despite the ongoing issues with Baghdad over oil payments.
Daesh militants stormed the Khabbaz oil field near Kirkuk and set it ablaze on Wednesday,
A recent Deloitte report states that Iraq still offers numerous investment opportunities despite complicated tax laws.
Italian officials said the country would discuss with its allies whether it would participate in US-led coalition airstrikes against Daesh in Iraq.
October 6, 2015
Daesh militants executed 70 Sunni tribesmen after they were abducted from the western Iraqi province of Anbar.
October 5, 2015
Out of the three bombings, the most devastating killed 35 people in the town of Khalis in the eastern province of Diyala on Monday.
A statement released by the office of Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said opening the four square miles of fortified area is part of a reform package promised to the Iraqi people.
October 4, 2015
A Washington Post story published in 2011 was a big problem for State Department officials.
Turkey continued its aerial campaign against the PKK in northern Iraq, with nine fighter jets targeting hideouts and ammunition depots.
October 3, 2015
Iraqi superstar Kazem el Saher will be narrating the upcoming series "Madraset Al-Hob" (School of Love).
Security and medical officials in Iraq say at least seven people have lost their lives and more than two dozen others sustained injuries in separate bombings and a shooting incident across the conflict-ridden country.
October 2, 2015
Jordanian parliamentarian Mazen al-Dhalaein said he learned of his son's death after his picture was posted on Daesh-linked social media accounts.
Russia is not planning to expand air raids to Iraq, according to Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, a day after Russia began airstrikes in Syria.
October 1, 2015
A senior Iraqi officer said Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has left northern Iraq to lead the fight in the besieged provincial capital.
Shortly after Russia launched airstrikes against militants in Syria, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced that it would also welcome any such military measures by Moscow on its soil.
Gulf Keystone Petroleum said the reserve in northern Iraq's Shaikan oil basin contains at least twice as much recoverable oil as expected.
Welcome to a likely awkward Russian visit to the US embassy in Baghdad.
Israel's intelligence agency has indicted seven Arab Israelis for establishing a Daesh cell.
Kurdish Peshmerga forces retook 12 villages from Daesh in the Iraqi province of Kirkuk, according to a statement.
As of July Daesh raised $8 million to $10 million every month through oil and gas smuggling.
The Egyptian oil minister said the country will sign an agreement with Kuwait Energy to search outside its borders for the first time.
September 30, 2015
Finland has halted its decisions on asylum applications from Iraqi and Somali citizens.
A congressional report highlights United States' failure in preventing Americans from traveling overseas to fight alongside militant groups.
Some contestants in Iraq's first internationally recognized beauty contest in 40 years have withdrawn after receiving death threats, but organizers are saying the show must go on!
Turkey announced Wednesday 16 of the Turkish workers will be returning home two weeks after the first two hostages were released.
The hostages were employees of Turkish construction firm Nurol Holding, and had been held captive in a Baghdad suburb.
Iraqi sources says salary cuts are forcing Daesh fighters to defect and join other militant groups in Syria.
The US president said the group won't be removed unless there is political and economic progress along with military efforts.
September 29, 2015
US President Barack Obama made the announcement after UN General Assembly meetings in New York.
For the past three days men under 50 years of age have been forbidden from entering Al-Aqsa Mosque while Jewish holidays are ongoing.
A car bomb killed at least four people while many others were injured in a busy shopping district of Baghdad.
September 28, 2015
Kazem el Saher looks dapper in a photo shoot for The Voice Arabia.
Iraqi officials announced sharing intelligence data about Daesh with Bashar al-Assad, Russia and Iran.
At least 40 Daesh militants were killed by an Iraqi army airstrike in Anbar province.
September 27, 2015
Ten Daesh members allegedly tried to desert the extremist group before the were apprehended and killed.
Despite numerous air raids by the US-led coalition, Daesh continues to replenish its ranks with about 10,000 new recruits a month.
September 26, 2015
UK has extended the use of surveillance aircraft in Iraq and Syria until next year. The Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said the operations will continue to provide information to British and other US-led forces fighting Daesh.