Development In Iraq
June 26, 2014
Thousands of Iraqis have fled Christian areas as ISIL militants attack northern Iraq.
At least nine people were killed and 20 injured in various attacks near Iraq's capital Wednesday.
June 25, 2014
Damascus may have conducted airstrike attacks in western Iraq this week say U.S. officials.
A major air base in Iraq was attacked on Wednesday by Sunni insurgents. Four militants were also killed in the clashes with Iraqi forces in Yathrib, according to witnesses.
Iraq's Prime Minister Nuri Al Maliki ruled out the need for an emergency government despite growing violence in the country.
Al-Nusra Front in Syria has pledged allegiance to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.
Iraq’s Grand Mufti Rafi Al-Rifa’i called developments in Iraq a "popular revolution" and blamed the country's prime minister, Nuri Al-Maliki, for destroying the country.
The Iraqi cabinet has decided to withhold the salaries of government employees until the current conflict ends.
A city council chief in Kirkuk was shot dead by ISIL militants Tuesday.
June 24, 2014
The Pentagon reported Tuesday that the first teams of U.S. military advisers have been deployed to Iraq.
The ISIS-controlled Al Qaim Syria-Iraq border was bombed Tuesday, but it is not yet clear who is behind the attack.
Over 1,000 people have been killed in Iraq in less than three weeks as extremist militants launched an offensive nationwide.
Iraqi forces responded to ISIL attacks across the north and east of the country in an attempt to regain control of captured towns.
After days of intense fighting, ISIL has taken control of a strategic oil refinery in the Salahuddin Province.
Six members of a Sunni family in Baghdad were killed by gunmen as ISIL militants continue their violent campaign across Iraq.