ExxonMobil staff were evacuating an oil field in Basra just as the rocket hit the Burjesia site west of the city
The U.S. president gave Iraq a three-month exemption from Iran's sanctions to buy the Iranian gas that powers the country. But it's economic and energy crisis opens its doors to foreign meddling
The low-budget show has been censored for showing prostitution, drug use and human trafficking, but those behind the production hope it will help restore regional stability
Despite a declared victory over the terror group, militants continue to carry out targeted attacks and kidnappings on security forces and civilians in the area
A special report revealed in March that about 1,100 children of the terror group are caught in the Iraqi justice system
French foreign minister says that adults detained in Iraq must be tried by the Iraqi justice system, as soon as it declares itself competent
Iraq's populist Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr said that any political party that would involve Iraq in a U.S.-Iran war 'would be the enemy of the Iraqi people'
Two Baghdad-based diplomatic sources also said they heard the blast close to the Iraqi capital's fortified Green Zone which houses government buildings and foreign embassies
The rains have restored the freshwater marshes of southern Iraq, a region some scholars see as the biblical Garden of Eden transforming lands once parched for water into fields of grain and cereal
As their strongholds in Syria fall, the Islamic State is streaming into neighboring Iraq - and security forces can't stem the flow of fighters
The regional governor denies allegations of fraud and says not enough money is coming to his office to fund rehabilitation
Barham Salih tells U.S. president not to 'overburden Iraq with your own issues'
'It's important that we do everything we can to ensure that those folks that fought with us are protected,' secretary of state says in Iraqi Kurdistan, amid Turkish threats
The trip comes amid confusion over conflicting statements by Trump and senior U.S. officials about a planned troop withdrawal from Syria
The revival in July of the daily service, once a feature of an extensive rail network dating back to the Ottoman empire, is a vivid example of Iraq’s attempts to recover from decades of unrest.
The smallest mass grave, found in Mosul, contains eight bodies while the biggest, the al-Khasfa sinkhole south of Mosul, is thought to contain roughly 4,000 bodies
The White House accused Iran of not preventing attacks in recent days on the U.S. Consulate in Basra and the American Embassy compound in Baghdad
The secretary-general of the separatist group, Mustafa Mawludi, and his predecessor, Khalid Azizi, were wounded, Kurdish satellite news channel Rudaw reports
Iraq, meanwhile, is battling to curb illegal weapon sales while increasing regulation
Meanwhile, Washington's only interest is for the next Iraqi government to follow its sanctions policies – whatever the political price