Three consecutive explosions Tuesday targeted government buildings in Iraq's Anbar province and killed four police officers, authorities said.
Gunmen shot 22 passengers to death after intercepting a bus carrying Shiite pilgrims Monday night in Iraq's Anbar province, police officials said.
Two police officers were killed and 7 people wounded when a car bomb targeting a police patrol exploded in Anbar province on Monday, officials said.
A suicide bomber targeting Iraqi soldiers killed at least eight people Thursday, police said.
At least nine people, including four police officers, were killed Monday when a pair of explosions hit a government compound in western Iraq's Anbar province Monday morning, the interior ministry said.
Two Iraqi police officers were killed and two others were wounded early Saturday when gunmen attacked a police checkpoint in Anbar province, authorities said.
A wave of bombings targeting Shiites, a market in Baghdad and a neighborhood in Anbar province killed at least 61 people and wounded more than 100 others Friday, police said.
Dozens are dead and more than 100 are wounded after a series of bombings in Iraq. CNN's Mohammed Jamjoom reports.
Eleven people were killed and 21 were wounded Thursday when a suicide bomber struck a checkpoint in Ramadi, Iraq, an Iraqi Interior Ministry official said.
A suicide bomber critically wounded the governor of western Iraq's Anbar province Wednesday when he went to check on the victims of two car bombs that had gone off moments earlier, officials said.
A security guard for a provincial police chief was killed Saturday in a suicide bombing in western Iraq, state-run media reported.
A group of al-Qaeda in Iraq prisoners overpowered a police officer before killing him and other officers in a jailbreak in Ramadi early Friday, Interior Ministry officials said.
Coalition troops formally hand over security control of Iraq's Anbar province to Iraqi forces. (No audio)
Coalition troops on Monday formally handed over security control of Iraq's Anbar province -- once the hub of the country's Sunni insurgency, to Iraqis on Monday.
U.S.-led coalition troops are scheduled to hand over control of a onetime hub of the Sunni insurgency in Iraq to Iraqi forces on Monday, a senior American military official said.
Seven Shiite pilgrims were gunned down Sunday in a town south of Baghdad, an Interior Ministry official said.
Twenty-one decomposed bodies were found buried at a school under construction in Anbar province, Iraqi authorities said Wednesday, and family members say some of the victims were kidnapped two years ago.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al Maliki wants a timetable for U.S. troops to withdraw. CNN's Frederik Pleitgen reports.
Gunmen have killed a senior city appeals judge in Baghdad, an Iraqi Interior Ministry official said.
Iraq's Anbar province -- once dominated by Sunni insurgents but now a bastion of tribal opposition against the militants -- will soon be run by the Iraqi military.
Seven U.S. Marines were wounded by a roadside bomb that also wounded two Iraqi police officers and killed a civilian interpreter in the Anbar province city of Falluja Friday morning, according to the U.S. military.
U.S. planes bombarded al Qaeda in Iraq safe havens on the southern outskirts of Baghdad on Sunday, hours after a suicide bomber carrying explosives in a candy box killed six people in Anbar province.
A federal jury in Baltimore, Maryland, Wednesday awarded $10.9 million to a father of a Marine whose funeral was picketed by members of a fundamentalist church carrying signs blaming soldiers' deaths on America's tolerance of homosexuals.
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The U.S. military is taking a cue from its Anbar success and enlisting the help of Shi'ite tribes. Will the strategy take hold?
Al Qaeda in Iraq claimed responsibility Friday for the assassination of a Sunni sheik who had united with U.S. forces to fight the terrorist group in Anbar province.
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The most prominent figure in a revolt of Sunni sheiks against al-Qaeda in Iraq was killed Thursday in an explosion near his home in Anbar province
The President learned something on his surprise Iraq trip: morale may be high in Anbar Province, but the troops are tired
The President stopped by for "first hand" intelligence, but promised soldiers that a drawdown will only be "from a position of strength and success"
With the surge assessment just weeks away, U.S. commanders worry about massive insurgent attacks
Insurgents wearing military uniforms killed 29 people in an attack early Tuesday on a village near Baquba, while a suicide car bomber struck an army patrol east of Baghdad, killing 11, the Iraqi Interior Ministry said.
Two U.S. soldiers have been charged with the premeditated murders of three Iraqis killed in three separate incidents between April and June of this year, according to a U.S. military statement.
Twelve U.S. troops have been killed in attacks in expanded operations against insurgents in Iraq during the past 48 hours, according to the U.S. military.
Fourteen U.S. soldiers and Marines were killed in Iraq during the past 72 hours, making April the sixth deadliest month of the Iraq war, according to the U.S. military.
A top Iranian diplomat seized by gunmen in Baghdad two months ago was released Tuesday, Iraq's Deputy Foreign Minister Labid Abawi told CNN.
Shiite policemen are being blamed for a wave of shooting deaths Wednesday in Tal Afar that authorities are characterizing as revenge for two truck bombs that left dozens dead a day earlier.
Bombers detonated three chlorine-filled trucks in Anbar province, the U.S. military said Saturday.
Coalition forces began a massive "clearing operation" in Baghdad's dangerous Sadr City neighborhood Sunday, while in the southern city of Basra, the British military said a raid on an Iraqi intelligence office uncovered prisoners with signs of torture.
Eighty militants were killed and 50 were captured in fighting between Iraqi security forces and militants in Anbar province, the violent area west of Baghdad, the Iraqi Interior Ministry said Thursday.
An attack by three suicide car bombers Monday near a U.S.-Iraqi outpost killed two American soldiers and eight Iraqi police officers, Iraqi officials told CNN.
Seven people were killed Wednesday when a Marine helicopter crashed outside Baghdad, the U.S. military said.
A suicide bomber detonated an explosives-laden truck in a crowded Baghdad market Saturday, killing at least 128 people and wounding 343 others, a Health Ministry official said.
Most insurgents who are battling U.S.-led forces in Iraq's Anbar province are local Iraqis loyal to al Qaeda, and not foreign fighters, the U.S. commander in the region said Monday.
Eleven Shiite pilgrims were ambushed, shot and killed Wednesday as their caravan returned from the Hajj in Saudi Arabia, an Interior Ministry official in Baghdad said.
A suicide bomber targeting laborers killed 71 people Tuesday in Baghdad and wounded 220, Iraqi officials said.
Nine U.S. troops died in Iraq during the weekend, including five killed by roadside bombs, the U.S. military reported Sunday.
A purported audio recording by the leader of al Qaeda in Iraq vows to step up the group's fight against the United States, saying, "We haven't had enough of your blood yet."
Three U.S. troops were killed during fighting in Iraq's Anbar province, a Sunni stronghold west of Baghdad, the U.S. military reported Tuesday.
Iraqi police found 40 bullet-riddled bodies in Baghdad Monday, an official with Baghdad emergency police said.
A "terrorist and three of his associates" were detained by coalition forces in a raid in western Baghdad's Abu Ghraib neighborhood Thursday, the U.S. military said.
Bombings and shootings claimed the lives of at least 32 people Tuesday across Iraq, with most of the incidents in volatile Baghdad -- besieged by daily attacks despite U.S. and Iraqi efforts to establish order.
Nine bullet riddled bodies showing signs of torture were found in various Baghdad neighborhoods Saturday morning, Baghdad police said.
At least eight people died as Iraqi security forces clashed with gunmen in the town of Wahda, southwest of Baghdad, Wednesday night, police said.
Two bombs exploded in a Baghdad soccer stadium Wednesday, killing 12 people and wounding 14, police in the Iraqi capital said.
Four U.S. Marines were killed on Saturday in Iraq's Anbar province, the U.S. military said on Sunday.
Three American soldiers were killed in combat Saturday in Iraq's volatile Anbar province west of Baghdad, the U.S. military said.
Bombs exploded in two crowded markets Monday, leaving at least 18 dead in one Iraqi city and six in another, police and Iraqi officials said.
The U.S. military has moved 1,500 troops from Kuwait into Iraq to bolster security in the troubled Anbar province, officials said Tuesday, while attacks across Iraq killed dozens of people for the second straight day.
Two U.S. Marines were missing after their helicopter crashed during a maintenance test flight in Iraq's Anbar province Saturday, the U.S. military said.
Ten civilians were killed Tuesday when a suicide car bomber attacked a convoy carrying the governor of Anbar province, a U.S. military source said.
The bodies of 15 men believed to be Sunni Muslims have been found in the Abu Ghraib section of Baghdad, police said Monday.
Two bombs killed at least 12 people in Iraq, authorities said on Sunday, as the speaker of Iraq's parliament postponed the next meeting of lawmakers for a few days.
Nine U.S. service members were killed Sunday and three others are missing after separate incidents in Anbar province in Iraq, the U.S. military said Monday.
A bomb exploded Friday outside a Sunni mosque north of Baghdad as worshippers were leaving midday prayers, killing five people and wounding 17, police said.
Armed men wearing police commando uniforms Wednesday seized about 50 guards and employees of an Iraqi private security company, Iraqi police said.
At least five people were killed in separate attacks in central Iraq Tuesday, including an Iraqi journalist.
As election officials in Iraq counted ballots and looked into polling violation complaints Friday, the senior U.N. envoy there said Iraq upheld proper international election standards.
Insurgents in Iraq killed four people and wounded 17 others Saturday in three separate attacks, officials said.
Seven Iraqis were killed and four others injured Wednesday when a suicide car bomb exploded in Baquba, north of Baghdad.
Dozens of insurgents were killed Saturday on the first day of Operation Steel Curtain, a U.S.-Iraqi military offensive near the Syrian border, military officials said.
The U.S. military says 20 insurgents were killed and another was captured during raids by coalition forces on "foreign safe houses" in the western Iraqi town of Husayba.
Four U.S. soldiers and a Marine have been killed in attacks in Iraq, military officials said Tuesday.
A U.S. soldier has died from wounds suffered in an explosion in Iraq's vast Anbar province, the same region where U.S. troops have launched their latest offensive to drive out insurgents, the military said Monday.
The U.S. military has launched a new offensive against insurgents and foreign fighters in western Iraq's Anbar province, an area that has been the scene of a string of deadly attacks on American forces this week.
Suspected insurgents attacked an Iraqi army checkpoint north of Baghdad on Monday, killing seven soldiers, police said.
Bombs in three Iraqi cities killed 30 people and wounded about 75, authorities said Sunday.
Iraqi security forces and U.S. Marines have launched another offensive against insurgents in Anbar province, the Marines said Saturday.
Wearing a vest of explosives, a suicide bomber blew himself up and killed at least 23 people Sunday at a crowded Baghdad restaurant where Iraqi police and security forces were eating lunch, Iraq police said.
U.S. and Iraqi troops launched the second major offensive in 24 hours in Iraq's Anbar province Saturday, as forces in the first mission battled insurgents holed up near the Syrian border.
President Bush firmly backed Iraq's fledgling government Tuesday, echoing comments by his vice president that the country's insurgency will be defeated.
Six bombings killed at least 54 Iraqis and wounded 96 others Wednesday, including 20 civilians who died as they lined up to join the Iraqi army in Hawija when a suicide bomber detonated explosives hidden under his clothing, Iraqi officials said.
U.S. troops battling insurgents near Iraq's border with Syria have encountered uniformed fighters whose gear may indicate a better-trained opposition than that found in other areas, a U.S. general has said.
A suicide car bomb targeting an SUV convoy exploded at a busy intersection in central Baghdad and killed at least 22 people, according to the chief spokesman for the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad.
One day before the first meeting of Iraq's transitional National Assembly, representatives of major parties reached an agreement "in principle" on formation of a new government, officials said Tuesday.
U.S. and Iraqi forces launched an anti-insurgency operation Sunday in Ramadi and other cities along the Euphrates River, adding an 8 p.m.-to-6 a.m. curfew and other security measures, the U.S. military said.
A top Pentagon official told lawmakers Thursday that the United States' work in Iraq is not done after Sunday's elections, while post-election violence there killed more than two dozen people in a two-day period.
Thirty Marines and a Navy corpsman were killed in a helicopter crash near Iraq's border with Jordan, bringing the number of U.S. troops killed Wednesday to 37 -- the deadliest day for U.S. forces since the start of the war in Iraq.
In advance of Iraq's January 30 election, the country's leadership plans to seal the nation's borders to thwart any plans to disrupt voting.
A five-minute video that appears to show members of a radical Islamist group preparing for and carrying out the attack last week on a U.S. base in Mosul surfaced Sunday.
Two men the U.S. says are key figures in Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's terrorist network are in U.S. custody following a sweep of Ramadi, Iraq, U.S. military sources revealed in a statement Saturday.
The Bush administration formally canceled Iraq's $4.1 billion debt to the United States on Friday and urged others to do the same to help the country rebuild.
A suicide car bomb exploded early Monday morning outside the Green Zone, the area where the seat of Iraq's interim government and the U.S. Embassy are situated, killing eight people and wounding 15 others.
An Iraqi election group announced Friday that three of its workers had died in a drive-by shooting earlier this week.
Iraqi interim Prime Minister Ayad Allawi said Sunday that he was getting closer to authorizing major military action against insurgents in the restive city of Falluja, in Anbar province west of Baghdad.
A Turkish man kidnapped in Iraq and held for 50 days was freed Wednesday by his captors, a Turkish official said.
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Insurgents struck targets in the Baghdad area in separate incidents Saturday, kidnapping the chief of an Iraqi construction firm, killing two Iraqi police officers; attempting to kill an official and sabotaging an oil pipeline, an Interior Ministry spokesman said.
Insurgents staged rocket attacks Friday in Baghdad in a tumultuous week that saw the arraignment of Saddam Hussein and installation of a new Iraqi interim government.
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