A suicide bomber detonated his explosive vest in a predominately Shi'ite Muslim district of Baghdad on Tuesday, killing at least nine people and wounding 30, police and medical sources said.
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on Thursday presided over a parade in central Baghdad as Iraqi security forces made significant progress in battles against Islamic State (IS) militants to free the last major IS stronghold in Mosul.
The suicide car bomb attacks at a crowded commercial area in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad early Sunday has killed 79 people and wounded 133 others, an Interior Ministry source said.
A total of 20 people were killed and 47 injured on Tuesday in two bomb attacks in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad, as Islamic State (IS) group claims the deadly suicide attack, security sources and IS online statement said.
The tension between Iraq and Turkey over the recent deployment of Turkish troops near Mosul is seen as a reflection of deep regional and international divisions, with the parties concerned vying for a bigger role in shaping the region's future.
A total of 61 people were killed on Sunday, most of them were Islamic State (IS) militants, in clashes, air strikes and gunfire across Iraq, security sources said.
A total of 25 people were killed and 28 wounded on Monday in air strikes, clashes with the Islamic State (IS) militants and violent attacks across Iraq, security sources said.
At least 11 people were killed on Monday in an air strike in province of Anbar and two violent attacks in Iraqi capital of Baghdad, security sources said.
A total of 28 people were killed, including three suicide bombers, and over 28 others wounded in bomb attacks and clashes with the Islamic State (IS) militants across Iraq on Sunday, while gunmen abducted nine people in eastern the country, security sources said.
Iraq on Tuesday dispatched reinforcement to Salahudin province to fight IS militants trying to take the country's largest oil refinery, security sources said.
The Iraqi security authorities on Tuesday said the attack on a United Arab Emirates (UAE) passenger plane was unintentional, and stressed that the Iraqi capital airport is fully secured.
Iran is sending drones and military equipment secretly into Iraq to help the Shiite-led government in Baghdad cope with an ongoing offensive by the Sunni militants, The New York Times reported Wednesday.
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