Iraq has suspended the licences of 10 satellite TV channels, including Al-Jazeera, for promoting "sectarianism", the country's media regulator said, after five days of violence killed more than 215...
Ammar Karim and Salam Faraj Dozens of attacks across Iraq, including a brazen car bombing on the way to Baghdad airport, have killed 50 people just days before the country's first elections since US troops withdrew.
A suicide truck bomber killed eight people at a police headquarters as data showed March was Iraq's deadliest month since August, raising fears of a surge in violence leading up to elections.
Tim Arango Iraq closed a painful decade just as it began: with explosions reverberating around the capital. More than 50 were killed and nearly 180 wounded in numerous bomb attacks.
Ten years has past since the beginning of the Iraq war. Photographer Kate Geraghty spent several months covering the invasion in Southern Iraq and in the capital Baghdad.
Peter Foster The cost to America of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan could now reach as much as $US6 trillion ($5.8 trillion) - or $US75,000 for every household, a study from Harvard University has concluded.
Azhar Shallal Armed men from Syria have carried out an ambush in western Iraq, killing 48 unarmed Syrian soldiers being transferred to the border and nine Iraqi guards, the defence ministry says.
Elisabeth Bumiller Obama's Pentagon chief pick Chuck Hagel testifies in Washington
Iraqi President Jalal Talabani is in "stable" condition after a "health emergency" that saw him admitted to a Baghdad hospital, his office says.
Alex Marshall Iraq's parliament is set to end a fractious nine-year search for words to a new national anthem - and surprisingly they will not all be in Arabic.
W.G. Dunlop September was the deadliest month in Iraq in more than two years, with 365 people killed in violence that included waves of country-wide attacks, official figures show.
Paul McGeough Any image of the inferno on the banks of the Tigris has the power to stop you in your tracks.
Abd Al-Rahman, Abu Al-Hassan, Hussein Kheelel, and Thoalfekar Zubaide love to leap through the air and bounce off any wall they can! They are the first Parkour group in the new Iraq and more kids are...
Nicholas Watt, London Rupert Murdoch joined in an 'over-crude' attempt by US Republicans to force Tony Blair to accelerate British involvement in the Iraq war, according to Alastair Campbell's diaries.
Bombings and shootings have killed at least 13 people and wounded more than 50 across Iraq, ending a month that has seen at least 220 people killed in violence nationwide.
An onslaught of bombings and shootings have killed 93 people across Iraq in the country's deadliest day this year.
Simon Mann, Washington US President was expected to use the visit of Iraqi PM Nouri al-Maliki overnight to parade his 2012 re-election credentials.
Paul McGeough WASHINGTON: Baghdad's refusal to bless a continued US troop presence in Iraq rules off a turbulent page in the geopolitical ledger, bringing greater clarity to the return on the West's huge invasion...
Scott Johnson, Matt Krupnick, Thomas Peele, The Oakland Tribune OAKLAND: In what appears to be the first serious injury in the United States in the Occupy Wall Street movement, a 24-year-old Marine Corps corporal and Iraqi war veteran lay in an Oakland hospital...
Nicole Gaouette Washington The end of the long American war in Iraq will begin the test of what that effort has produced.