Prosecutors referred 40 people to criminal court on Sunday after an investigation revealed that they communicated with Daesh fighters, judicial sources said.
The controversial US Congress bill aimed to divide Iraq into three separate states.
Twin car bombs killed 19 people in a busy district of Baghdad late Saturday night.
Iraqi security forces clashed with Daesh militants in the city of al-Karma is Anbar province.
Daesh militants reportedly executed up to 600 Yazidis in northern Iraq, according to several media reports.
A new Daesh leader has been appointed after Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was seriously wounded in US air strikes in northwest Iraq.
May 2, 2015
Canada's PM Stephen Harper made an unexpected visit to Iraq, where he met with his Iraqi counterpart Haider al-Abadi Saturday.
Officials in Baghdad are blaming a wave of displaced Sunnis for providing a cover for militants to conduct increased bombing attacks in the city.
May 1, 2015
Separate car bombs killed at least 16 people in and around the Iraqi capital of Baghdad, security officials confirmed Thursday.
April 30, 2015
Daesh has claimed executing Yemeni soldiers in a video posted online Thursday, a monitor said.
Iraq's prime minister has offered an amnesty for members of the security forces who fled Daesh, AFP has reported.
Kurds will deliver up to 625,000 barrels per day beginning in June.
April 29, 2015
UK Chief of Staff promises continued assistance in meeting with Kurdish President Barzani.
Iraqi Shia cleric warns US congress against recognizing Iraqi Sunnis and Kurds as separate countries
Muqtada al-Sadr says Iraqis will not accept "division of their country."
April 28, 2015
Saudi security forces have detained 93 people suspected of belonging to Daesh and stopped an attack on the US embassy, the interior ministry said Tuesday.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights urged the UN Security Council to act on the group's atrocities Tuesday.
After March reports by British daily the Guardian that Daesh leader al-Baghdadi had been critically wounded in a US airstrike in Iraq, more rumors emerged this week that he had been declared clinically dead by Israeli doctors in the Golan heights.
April 27, 2015
The Iraqi government troops reportedly make gains in Daesh-held territory of Anbar province, between Baghdad and Fallujah.
April 26, 2015
Car bombs across Baghdad killed over one dozen and injured over 50, police say.
Iraqi security officials said car bombings in and around Baghdad killed at least six civilians and wounded dozens of others Sunday.
Jordan's interior ministry said the kingdom's border with Iraq was open and safe following a deadly attack by Daesh, which killed one and injured nine others.
Four Iraqi men who had fled violence in the western province of Anbar have been found shot in the head by unknown gunmen.
April 25, 2015
Three car bombs detonated at sole crossing between Jordan and Iraq.
April 24, 2015
Iraqi forces have reportedly recaptured a key bridge from the ISIL (Daesh) group in the Iraqi western province of Anbar.
Security forces killed at least 48 Daesh (ISIS) militants in Anbar and Ninawah provinces Friday, military officials said.
Jordan’s 20-year-old Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah Thursday called on the world to prevent youth recruitment to Islamic extremist groups.
Officials from Iran and Iraq sign border security agreement, while Iraq officials pledge to beef up security along border with Syria.
April 23, 2015
The Iraqi army, assisted by popular mobilization units, has succeeded in retaking some areas from ISIL (Daesh) terrorists in the western province of Anbar.
A car bomb has gone off near the Iraqi city of Balad, killing at least eight people and injuring 16 others, authorities say.
While ISIL (Daesh) may be making gains in Syria, the tides of battle are shifting against them in Iraq.
Daesh militants have reportedly used chlorine gas during attacks in Iraq's Anbar province, officials have said.
April 22, 2015
Security officials say a car bomb exploded in Baghdad's eastern district of Talibiyah Wednesday afternoon, killing seven people and wounding at least 14.
A bombing at a funeral in Iraq's northern province of Kirkuk left at least five civilians dead and another 21 wounded Tuesday night, in another uptick in violence in Daesh-held areas of Iraq.
Following Saudi's announcement of the end of airstrikes in Yemen Tuesday, the US pushes for further progress toward peace talks and warns Iran against escalating the conflict with weapons supplies for the Houthis.
The Pentagon has expressed doubt about the claims, saying there's no evidence to support that Baghdadi was wounded.
April 21, 2015
Daesh leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has been recuperating for weeks from serious injuries, The Guardian reported Tuesday.
Daesh released photos online Tuesday claiming to have executed 11 pro-government fighters in Iraq.
Iran and Australia have agreed to share intelligence on tracking foreign fighters working with Daesh, as part of Australia's first official visit to Iran in over a decade.
U.S.-led coalition struck several Daesh positions across Iraq, the majority in the country's western Anbar province.
April 20, 2015
US CENTCOM said eleven villages were reclaimed by Kurdish Peshmerga troops and coalition air support in Iraq's northern province of Kirkuk.
That's Shatha Hassoun working out in the gym. She says: "Never give up on a dream just because of the time it will take to accomplish it.. The time will pass anyway." (Image: Facebook)
After several failed attempts to retake swaths of northern Iraq from Daesh over the last several months, Iraqi Shiite militias and Kurdish Peshmerga are forming a wary alliance to retake Kirkuk.
Iraq's electricity ministry has invited expressions of interest from major companies for the construction of three solar power stations and a wind power plant.
April 19, 2015
Iraqi forces have taken back parts of the country's largest oil refinery from Daesh, the coalition said Sunday.
A group aligned with Daesh has claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing that killed 34 people and injured another 115 on Saturday.