The ISIS terrorist group’s health minister and a number of other ISIS leaders have been killed in northern Iraqi city of Mosul.
US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis has arrived in Baghdad on an unannounced visit, reportedly for discussions on defeating the ISIS terrorist group. He said earlier on Monday that the US military is not in Iraq “to seize anybody’s oil.”
Warning people against celebration of Valentine’s Day, an ISIS prayer leader showed his repulsion towards this celebration in an “ISIS” way.
Senior Iranian official Ali Akbar Velayati said the Iraqi nation should claim compensation for the huge cost of the destruction caused by US invasion in 2003.
Heartbreaking photos have emerged of starved lions and bears kept chained up by the ISIS terrorist group in the battle-torn Mosul, northern Iraq.
The Iraqi parliament has approved a "reciprocity measure" after US President Donald Trump's executive order temporarily banning citizens from Iraq and six other Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States.
Warehouses found in the newly liberated al-Arabi neighbourhood in eastern Mosul show that ISIS terrorists have made fake Hummer vehicles made of wood to misinform Iraqi forces about their equipment and facilities.
Iraq's Popular Mobilization on Sunday called on the Iraqi government to ban US nationals from entering Iraq and to expel those who are already in the country, in a reaction to the new US travel curbs on Iraqis.