A car bomb and a suicide attacker struck security forces outside a central Iraqi bank on Thursday, killing 12 people and wounding 30 others, police officials said.
At least 25 people, including five U.S. soldiers, have died in a series of explosions across Iraq on Monday, U.S. and Iraqi officials said.
A New York Times reporter in Iraq says at least five U.S. troops died after rockets were fired form a Kia pick-up truck.
Seventeen people were killed and 50 others wounded in a blast from a container full of explosives left outside of the Presidential Palaces Mosque in central Tikrit, Iraq, officials told CNN.
Three people were killed and 10 wounded after two roadside bombs exploded in Baghdad Wednesday, officials with the Iraqi Interior Ministry said.
At least nine city and provincial officials were among dozens killed when armed militants took over a government building in Iraq and held hostages this week, Interior Ministry officials told CNN Wednesday.
Security forces wrested control of an Iraqi government building from armed militants who attacked and seized the location and held people hostage earlier Tuesday, Interior Ministry officials said.
At least two prisoners were killed and 14 people wounded Sunday when a riot erupted at a Tikrit, Iraq, prison, police officials in Tikrit said.
At least eight people were wounded Saturday in the Iraqi city of Samarra during clashes between security forces and angry mourners accompanying the caskets of two people killed in protests the day before, according to local police.
Thousands of demonstrators gather in Baghdad to protest corruption and poor government services.
Three bombings targeted Shiite pilgrims Monday in and around Karbala, Iraq, killing at least 33 people, officials said.
Dozens were killed and wounded in a suicide bombing in Tikrit. CNN's Jomana Karadsheh reports.
A suicide bomber wearing an explosives-packed vest attacked a police recruitment center in northern Iraq Tuesday, a bloody strike that killed at least 65 people and wounded 160 others.
Three people, including two police officers, were killed Friday in separate attacks in Iraq, officials said.
Violence in central Iraq on Sunday left at least three people dead, including two members of a group credited with helping fight the local arm of al Qaeda, officials said.
Attackers targeting security forces in northern Iraq and religious pilgrims in Baghdad left at least 15 people dead and others wounded, police said Tuesday.
Attacks on military posts and police stations in Iraq claimed at least 21 lives Thursday.
Two civilians were killed and 10 were injured Thursday after an explosive-rigged motorcycle exploded in an outdoor market in Mahmoudiya, a village just south of Baghdad, local police officials said.
Bomb attacks killed at least 18 people, including two U.S. soldiers, and wounded more at least 55 others in Iraq in the past two days, officials said.
Two U.S. Army pilots died Sunday in a helicopter accident in Iraq, the military said.
A U.S. Army general, who banned soldiers from getting pregnant, now says they will not be court marshaled.
The commander who instituted a policy cracking down on pregnancy among soldiers defended it Tuesday as necessary to maintain troop strength, but said no soldier would ever be court-martialed for violating the directive.
A collaboration between a U.S. business school and an Iraqi university could help put Tikrit at the forefront of efforts to rebuild Iraq.
CNN's Michael Holmes spends some time with Medevac, a team of paramedics who see the worst of the worst in Iraq.
Eight of the 16 members of al Qaeda in Iraq who escaped Wednesday night from a Tikrit prison north of Baghdad have been recaptured, security officials in Samarra told CNN Saturday.
A U.S. soldier was detained Sunday in connection with the shooting death of a civilian contractor at Contingency Operating Base Speicher in Tikrit, Iraq, the military said.
Roadside bombings in Iraq killed four American troops and seven Iraqis in a flurry of attacks Tuesday corresponding with a Muslim holy month when insurgents regularly step up their fighting.
Two civilian drivers in northern Iraq were killed in incidents involving U.S. troops, one in an "escalation of force" shooting and the other in a head-on collision, the military said Saturday.
Half of Iraq's registered voters turned out for peaceful provincial elections this weekend, the election commission said Sunday.
The monument commemorating the journalist who hurled his shoes at President George W. Bush was taken down a day after it was erected, local officials in Tikrit told CNN.
For the war-beaten orphans of the northern Iraqi city of Tikrit, this big old shoe fits.
U.S. forces killed at least six Iraqi security troops after Iraqi personnel mistakenly fired on an American patrol boat north of Baghdad on Wednesday, an Iraqi Interior Ministry official said.
A suicide bomber with explosives hidden beneath his traditional robe blew himself up Tuesday in a crowd of Iraqis trying to join the police force, killing at least 25 people
A bomb exploded Tuesday outside a police recruitment center in Iraq's Diyala province, killing at least 30 people, an Iraqi army official said.
Three suicide bombers and a car bomb in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul on Saturday capped off a day of nationwide violence that left at least 15 people dead and 94 wounded, police and Iraqi officials said.
CNN's Nic Robertson spends time in Mosul, Iraq, with a U.S. Army lieutenant who's not having a very good day.
Through 2006, at least 81,000 U.S. military have been "stop-lossed" since September 11, 2001. That means they have been refused discharge and compelled to serve another tour of active duty, even though their original term has expired.
A couple and their son were killed and four other people were injured Tuesday during a U.S. military raid in northern Iraq, police said.
Iraqi political and military leaders and U.S. military commanders have traveled to the northern Iraqi city of Mosul ahead of a planned offensive on al Qaeda in Iraq loyalists, according to a senior U.S. military source.
Coalition forces found 26 bodies buried in mass graves and a bloodstained "torture complex," with chains hanging from walls and ceilings and a bed connected to an electrical system, the military said Wednesday.
In Iraq, coalition forces find a mass grave and a suspected torture complex. CNN's Harris Whitbeck reports.
A roadside bomb killed three Iraqi children and injured seven as they gathered around American troops handing out toys on Sunday, police and government officials told CNN.
Two carloads of gunman ambushed a top aide to Iraq's Finance Ministry on Sunday in Baghdad, killing him and his driver
The man believed to be responsible for last week's rocket attack on the U.S. Army's Camp Victory was captured in an early morning raid Monday, the U.S. military said.
Iran has closed its five entry points with Iraq's Kurdish region in protest against the U.S. military's recent incarceration of an Iranian, an Iraqi Kurdish official said Monday.
Blackwater is resuming operations in Iraq after outrage over a shooting. CNN's Suzanne Simons reports.
Iraqi forces detained the suspected leader of a terrorist cell network believed to be funded by Saddam Hussein's eldest daughter, who is wanted by Iraqi authorities on terrorism charges, the U.S. military announced Monday.
A U.S. soldier killed in Baghdad last week marked the fourth death of an American female service member this month, a toll that hasn't been topped since June 2005.
Iraqi PM to visit Syria for talks
U.S.-led coalition forces killed a suspected terrorist and detained nine others in raids targeting al Qaeda in Iraq, a military statement released Thursday said.
Roadside bombs killed seven American troops in Iraq on Saturday, including four in a single strike outside Baghdad
Nine U.S. troops were killed in Iraq on Saturday, bringing the U.S. military death toll so far in June to 79, the military reported.
A suicide bomber drove an explosives-laden truck into a police station near Tikrit on Sunday morning, killing at least 15 people and wounding about 45 others, some of them civilians, a Tikrit police official said.
Car bombs and gunfire killed more than two dozen civilians and wounded more than 60 in attacks throughout Iraq on Saturday, officials said.
A bomb exploded at a popular used-car lot in Baghdad's Sadr City Friday, killing 10 people and wounding 17, the Iraqi Interior Ministry said.
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.
About 100 mourners gathered at the flag-draped grave of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein who was buried Sunday in Awja, near Tikrit.
About 2,000 protesters took to the streets of Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit on Sunday, defying the government's curfew to support of Hussein, while in other Iraqi towns residents celebrated the former dictator's death penalty sentence.
Many Iraqis reacted with jubilation to Saddam Hussein's death sentence Sunday, while others took to the streets in protest.
The year's second-highest monthly total of bodies arrived at Baghdad's morgue in August, Iraqi authorities said, but the figures do not include people killed by bombs or other mass attacks.
A trio of morning car bomb attacks in Iraq on Tuesday killed at least 39 people -- most of them Iraqi soldiers -- and wounded more than 50 others, authorities said.
Bombs killed eight people in Baghdad, including seven at Ismail Al-Qubaisi Mosque at 2:30 p.m. after Friday prayers. Five people were wounded.
U.S. forces released a revered 70-year-old Sunni cleric on Saturday hours after detaining him, Iraqi officials said.
Crowds of Iraqis attacked British troops with rocks and at least one flaming Molotov cocktail on Saturday after a military helicopter crashed in the southern city of Basra.
Authorities said at least 86 bodies were found in the Iraqi capital during a 30-hour period ending midday Tuesday, sparking fears that sectarian reprisal killings are continuing at a grisly pace.
Violence shook Baghdad and areas outside the capital Wednesday as strikes thought to be fueled by sectarian animosity persisted and Iraqi leaders prepared to huddle to work toward a national unity government.
Insurgents launched attacks in Tikrit, Baquba and Baghdad on Saturday, killing four Iraqi security forces and a civilian.
Family and friends of four Western humanitarian workers held hostage in Iraq were waiting with growing concern on Sunday as a deadline to kill them passed without word from the kidnappers.
International concern for four Western humanitarian workers heightened Saturday as the hours before their execution deadline turned into minutes, then passed with no word on their fate.
A suicide bombing killed 18 people and wounded 28 others Tuesday in the northern city of Kirkuk, Iraqi police said.
President Bush gave a pep talk via teleconference Thursday to U.S. troops in Tikrit, telling them: "We're never going to back down" without a "total victory" in Iraq.
Top Iraqi government officials worked furiously Sunday on a draft of a new constitution while violence across the nation left at least 19 people dead over the past 24 hours.
U.S. Marines detained 16 American and three Iraqi security contractors in Falluja last month, according to a Marine statement released Wednesday.
Attacks killed at least 28 people and wounded dozens of others in five Iraqi cities within the past 24 hours, authorities said Saturday.
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.
The number of casualties in Sunday's two double bombings in Iraq rose to 24 dead and 58 wounded, Iraqi authorities said Monday.
Two explosions near a Shiite Muslim mosque and a busy market in Baghdad on Sunday killed at least 15 people and wounded at least 57 others, Iraqi police said.
U.S. military investigators Friday surveyed the Iraqi crash site of a helicopter suspected to have been shot down by insurgents. Two insurgent videos appear to confirm that scenario.
A translator with U.S., Romanian and Iraqi citizenship was with three Romanian journalists who were kidnapped this week in Baghdad, a senior Romanian official said Thursday.
Iraqi police said Monday they have arrested the man responsible for a 2003 bombing in southern Iraq that killed a leading Shiite cleric and more than 80 others.
Bombers struck Iraqi police targets in a string of attacks Thursday that killed at least 16 police officers, including 12 in Tikrit, authorities said.
A Catholic archbishop was kidnapped Monday in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, Iraqi officials said.
Insurgents killed 18 Iraqi police and five Iraqi troops in attacks in three Iraq cities Tuesday, nearly a month shy of the nation's scheduled elections.
Twenty-one Iraqis -- 17 civilians working for U.S.-led coalition forces and four Iraqi security personnel -- were killed Sunday in three separate insurgent attacks, U.S. military officials said.
Insurgents stepped up their attacks in the restive Iraqi city of Samarra on Saturday as U.S. Marines prepared for an all-out assault on the rebel stronghold of Falluja.
The Iraqi government seemed in some confusion Sunday about whether one of Saddam Hussein's former top lieutenants was in custody.
Two car bombs exploded at almost the same time in and near Baghdad Saturday morning, wounding dozens of people and killing at least six, Iraqi police said.
When Saddam Hussein was rousted from his spider hole in Dawr, a town near Tikrit, by U.S. soldiers last December, Iraq's fallen dictator was clutching a pistol.
Iraqi leaders have set up a tribunal to try ousted dictator Saddam Hussein and other members of his Baathist regime, a spokesman for the Iraqi Governing Council said Tuesday.
Two U.S. soldiers were killed and five wounded in Iraq Saturday when their armored Humvee was hit by a roadside bomb in Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit, the U.S. military said.
A roadside bomb in central Tikrit has killed two U.S. soldiers and wounded five others, according to the U.S. military.
From the Wolf Blitzer Reports staff in Washington:
Coalition forces Wednesday seized four nephews of Iraqi fugitive Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, who is the highest-ranking member of Saddam Hussein's deposed regime still at large. Al-Douri is believed to be behind many of the insurgent attacks in Iraq.
The U.S. military is investigating reports of hostile fire on a transport plane in Baghdad as well as probing the crash of a Black Hawk helicopter, which killed all nine soldiers on board.
When American troops conducted a night raid that led to the capture of Saddam Hussein in December, digital technology allowed Army commanders miles away to watch virtually every move.
U.S. forces have detained four suspects in an attack on a convoy in northern Iraq that wounded three U.S. soldiers, an Army official said.
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