Duraid Adnan Bomb blasts in markets, shopping areas and auto repair shops in largely Shiite neighbourhoods of Baghdad, killing at least 45 people and wounded dozens more.
Sameer N. Yacoub Bombs ripped through outdoor markets in and near Baghdad on Thursday, killing at least 23 people and wounding dozens, the latest in a deadly wave that has hit Iraq in recent months, officials said.
A wave of bombings in Baghdad province has killed 65 people and wounded 190, officials say, pushing the death toll for July past 500.
Adam Schreck and Sinan Salaheddin A coordinated wave of car bombings has torn through mostly Shi’ite areas of Baghdad, killing at least 66 people and maiming nearly 200 as insurgents step up the bloodshed roiling Iraq.
Prashant Rao A string of bombings kills 18 in Baghdad.
Martin Chulov Attacks killing at least 60 people in Baghdad have been dreaded and predicted in Iraq.
Martin Chulov Not only the US military is leaving Baghdad. Sheikh Mustafa Kamal is also packing his bags.
A series of bombings in the Iraqi capital have struck a crowded restaurant, a police patrol and the homes of two policemen, killing 11 people and wounding 25, officials said.
Explosions hit Baghdad just before the announcement came that Saddam Hussein's cousin had been hanged.
Coordinated bombings across Baghdad kill at least 35, bringing the number slain in the last five days to more than 100.
RAW VISION: Hundreds of Lebanese and Iraqis hold a candlelight vigil to express their solidarity with those targeted in an attack in a Baghdad church.
Bombs and mortar shells tear through mostly Shiite neighbourhoods of Baghdad, killing scores of people.
At least 57 people were killed and nearly 250 wounded in coordinated car bombings in Shiite districts across Baghdad on Tuesday, an interior ministry official said.
BAGHDAD: Thirty-seven Christians, including two priests, were killed in a siege at a Baghdad cathedral that ended when it was stormed by US and Iraqi forces, witnesses and officials said.
Roy Gutman Western diplomats see cause for optimism after discussions with Iran's new government.
Salam Faraj A wave of coordinated car bombs ripped through Shi'ite areas of Baghdad on Tuesday, the deadliest attacks in nationwide violence that killed 50 people, as Iraq grapples with surging unrest.
A US watchdog has launched an inquiry into claims that diplomatic security officials tried to cover up alleged sex-and-drugs charges against agents and diplomats.
A US watchdog has launched an inquiry into claims that diplomatic security staff tried to cover up alleged sex-and-drugs charges against agents and diplomats.
Attacks in Iraq have killed nine people, including three police, while militants have bombed a major pipeline carrying oil to Turkey, halting exports.
A military judge on Wednesday sentenced Private First Class Bradley Manning to 35 years in prison for providing more than 700,000 government files to WikiLeaks, a gigantic leak that lifted the veil...