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Iraq: Suicide attack, bombing kill at least 22 in Baghdad

A police officer who provided the death toll said the attack also wounded 42 people.


Twin bombing at Baghdad market kills 8 people

Police and hospital officials said along with the eight killed, 20 people were wounded at the market.


Suicide bomb blast at funeral kills 15, injures 26 in Baghdad

The funeral was for the father of two members of pro-government Sunni militias called Sahwa Councils.


33 people killed by suicide bomber in south Baghdad

The bomber blew himself up near a line of Sunni pro-government fighters waiting for their salaries.


Iraq bomb attack: String of Shiite car bomb attacks in Kirkuk, Baghdad kill 37, injure 21

First attack targeted a line of small restaurants killing 11 people and wounding 25 others.


Multiple car bombs kill 38 in Baghdad

The attacks come as Iraq faces its greatest challenge since the 2011 withdraw of U.S. troops and overture of militants.


Iraq premier says France to join airstrikes effort

Hollande’s visit to Baghdad is the French president’s first visit to Iraq.


Iraq army kills 17 in anti-jihadist raid, say medical and tribal sources

Some of the casualties of the raid were jihadist fighters from the Islamic State or one of its allied Sunni militant groups.


Bombings in Iraq’s capital kill at least 27 people

A series of bombings, including three over a span of less than 10 minutes, killed at least 27 people across Baghdad.


50 dead bodies found south of Baghdad: Iraqi officials

The discovery of bullet-riddled bodies was common during the worst days of Iraq’s sectarian bloodletting in 2006 and 2007.

Iraq Conflict: ‘ISIS made failed attempt to release abducted Indians’

A native of Punjab, Singh had left for Iraq three years ago and was working with a German company.

Govt used ‘intermediaries’ to free nurses

Government sources said there were at least 25 meetings in the past two weeks to deal with the crisis.


Iraq chases Baghdad sleeper cells as ‘zero hour’ looms over capital

‘We are ready. It can come any minute,’ sleeper cell member says.

After years off-stage, Iraq’s top cleric takes charge

The most immediate consequence of Sistani’s involvement may be to speed up government formation; and the biggest risk is that it may sharpen the sectarian edge of the conflict.


British Foreign Secretary William Hague arrives in Baghdad

Hague is due to meet with embattled Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki.