At least 17 people died Tuesday when two car bombs exploded in central Baghdad, police in the Iraqi capital said.
Gunmen fatally shot three Iraqi officials Wednesday in a series of separate attacks in and around Baghdad, police said.
Four Awakening Council members were killed and four others were wounded Friday when gunmen attacked a checkpoint in Diyala province, about 40 kilometers (25 miles) north of Baghdad, police said.
A series of attacks in and north of Baghdad left five dead and 22 wounded Thursday, Iraqi police said.
Two car bombs targeted Shiite pilgrims Saturday in Baghdad, killing at least 32 people and injuring 68 others, police said.
A suicide bomber detonated his car next to a government building in Baghdad on Monday, killing at least 18 people and wounding 125, police said.
A series of explosions in a three-hour period shook several areas in Baghdad on Thursday morning, leaving at least 14 people dead and dozens injured, Iraqi police said.
Three roadside bombs exploded Friday in quick succession at an outdoor pet market in Baghdad, killing five people and wounding 31 others, police officials said.
Four people died and another 11 were wounded in a pair of apparently coordinated bomb blasts Thursday in Baghdad, an Iraqi Interior Ministry official said.
The Arab League summit kicked off in Baghdad Thursday, a gathering that signals the political emergence of post-war democratic Iraq.
CNN's Arwa Damon reports on security preparations ahead of this week's Arab Summit in Baghdad.
Iraq is placing big stakes on the success of this week's Arab League summit in Baghdad.
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, who is wanted by the International Criminal Court on charges of war crimes and genocide, will attend this week's Arab Summit in Baghdad, Iraqi state television reported Sunday.
A series of attacks across the Iraqi capital left seven people dead and nine wounded Tuesday, while another attack killed a local leader and wounded his guard in Falluja.
Violent overnight attacks in Iraq killed nearly two dozen people Sunday.
Gunmen attacked an Iraqi police checkpoint Sunday morning, leaving five people dead, authorities said.
Iraq's army, seen by some as a weapon against the people, is targeted by rocket attack. CNN's Jomana Karadsheh reports.
At least 12 people were killed and more than 50 wounded in car bomb attacks on two predominantly Shiite areas in Baghdad Monday, the Iraqi Interior Ministry said, the latest incidents in a wave of sectarian violence.
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Another suicide bombing has hit the Iraqi capital. CNN's Arwa Damon has the latest details.
Kurds are anxious over the planned U.S. troop withdrawal from Iraq. CNN's Arwa Damon reports.
Along the road in the semi-autonomous Iraqi region of Kurdistan frozen oil bleeds out of the rock face.
Doused in gasoline and set on fire, a scarred Iraqi boy is transformed 4 years later in Los Angeles. Arwa Damon reports.
Youssif shows off his "certificate of citizenship," an award given to the Iraqi boy by his school in Los Angeles for being exceptionally nice.
A car bomb and roadside bombs targeting Shiite pilgrims killed seven and wounded dozens on Monday, officials with Iraq's Interior Ministry told CNN.
A car bomber who penetrated Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone this week was targeting the Iraqi prime minister, authorities said Saturday.
At least 13 people were killed Monday when a suicide bomber drove his vehicle into a security checkpoint at a prison in the Taji district of Baghdad, police officials said.
One person was killed and 29 people were injured Sunday when four improvised explosive devices blew up at an indoor market in central Baghdad, Iraqi interior ministry officials said.
Two roadside bomb blasts targeting a police patrol in eastern Baghdad Thursday killed at least 10 people and wounded more than 30 others, witnesses said.
A string of six explosions killed at least 22 people and wounded more than 70 in Baghdad on Wednesday, Iraq's interior ministry said.
A string of attacks targeting Iraq security forces killed at least 10 people, the Interior Ministry said Wednesday.
Gunmen shot 22 passengers to death after intercepting a bus carrying Shiite pilgrims Monday night in Iraq's Anbar province, police officials said.
One Iraqi soldier was killed and six others were wounded when a roadside bomb hit an Iraqi army convoy in Baghdad on Sunday morning, said an official with Iraq's Interior Ministry.
Two explosions near a liquor store in western Baghdad Friday killed two people, including an Iraqi police officer, Interior Ministry officials said.
At least seven anti-government protesters were arrested and beaten by Iraqi security forces as hundreds of angry demonstrators gathered Friday in al-Tahrir Square in central Baghdad, human rights activists told CNN.
At least 35 people were killed and 28 wounded in a twin bombing near a local government building just north of Baghdad on Tuesday, a police official said.
A car bomb targeting an Iraqi military patrol on Saturday killed a soldier and wounded 11 other people, a local official said.
An American contractor who worked with a U.S. government agency in Iraq was killed Thursday in a "terrorist attack" on a convoy in Baghdad, the State Department said.
At least five roadside bombs went off in various parts of Baghdad Wednesday, in another day of violence in the Iraqi capital.
Four protest organizers who were detained at Baghdad's Tahrir Square on May 27 have been released, activists and members of human rights organizations told CNN.
Two people were injured when a bomb struck a government convoy in a west-central neighborhood of Baghdad on Wednesday, Interior Ministry officials told CNN.
Ali Faisal al-Lami, the executive director of Iraq's Accountability and Justice Commission, was shot dead by gunmen Thursday evening, said interior ministry officials.
Seventeen bombs exploded Sunday within hours of one another in Baghdad, killing at least 19 people and wounding more than 80, Iraqi authorities said.
On Sunday, two roadside bombs exploded in Baghdad's Shiite enclave of Sadr City, killing two and wounding 12, officials said.
An Iraqi Interior Ministry officer was killed and two intelligence officials were badly wounded Friday in Baghdad -- the latest in a string of attacks on government officials in recent weeks, ministry officials said.
At least 21 people died when a suicide car bomb attack ripped through a police headquarters, a strike one official thinks is retaliation for Osama bin Laden's killing.
Twelve Iraqis were killed and 37 others were wounded Tuesday in five separate explosions across the Iraqi capital, according to Interior Ministry officials.
An Iraqi army general was killed Sunday when a bomb attached to his car exploded while he was driving in western Baghdad, officials with the nation's interior ministry said.
A pair of suicide car bombs exploded near a security checkpoint in central Baghdad Monday morning, killing at least three people and wounding 20 others, Iraq's interior ministry said.
At least six gunmen stormed a house and fatally shot four family members in western Baghdad, the Iraq interior ministry said Sunday.
Six Iraqis were killed in Baghdad and four others wounded in a burst of assassinations and explosions around the capital on Sunday, officials with Iraq's interior ministry said.
Thousands of protesters in Baghdad on Friday marked the eighth anniversary of the symbolic fall of Saddam Hussein's regime, officials with Iraq's Interior Ministry said.
The head of a television station and a human rights activist were shot dead by gunmen who attacked their car with small arms fire Friday, Iraq's interior ministry said.
Monday was a scary day for Iraqis living in and around Baghdad, as people weren't even safe in their own homes.
At least three Iraqi soldiers were killed Friday in a suicide bombing, police officials told CNN.
Gunmen set off bombs and stormed three jewelry stores in Baghdad on Monday, killing four people and stealing gold and cash in what government officials said may have been a heist to raise money for insurgents.
Throngs of demonstrators protested in the rain Friday, rallying in central Baghdad's Tahrir Square against corruption, unemployment, the lack of basic services and the treatment of prisoners.
A suicide bombing at an Iraqi military base north of Baghdad killed at least 10 people and wounded 25 others Monday, police said.
Gunmen opened fire Monday in western Baghdad's Amriya Sunni neighborhood, killing a high-school boy and a male college student, Interior Ministry officials told CNN. The motive for the attack was unclear; Iraqi security forces were investigating the incident.
Authorities imposed curfews and limited access to city centers across Iraq as thousands of protesters demanded economic progress and an end to corruption, police said.
Five roadside bombs exploded in four Baghdad neighborhoods Wednesday morning, killing a civilian and wounding 19 others, the Interior Ministry said.
Thousands of demonstrators gather in Baghdad to protest corruption and poor government services.
Iraqi activists and a gamut of groups ranging from intellectuals to unemployed workers to widows are preparing for large demonstrations Friday in al-Tahrir square in central Baghdad, along with large protests in most of Iraq's provinces.
Roughly 200 Iraqi protesters hit the streets Friday in central Baghdad, the latest in a string of Middle East cities to be affected by the wave of unrest sweeping the region.
Hundreds of Iraqi demonstrators took to the streets Tuesday in at least two areas, protesting against corruption, the government's inability to provide basic services and shortages of food, water and power.
Days after the close of a particularly deadly January, Iraq was shaken again Thursday by attacks that left 14 dead and 43 wounded around the Middle Eastern nation.
Hundreds of demonstrators were in the streets Thursday in locales around Iraq, inspired by uprisings elsewhere in the region as they railed against the government's inability to provide basic services and complained of food, water and power shortages, officials said.
A wave of bombings left 51 people dead and more than 120 wounded Thursday in various Baghdad neighborhoods, including one in which angry residents later threw stones at security forces, the Interior Ministry said.
At least six people were killed when car bombs exploded in five different neighborhoods in Iraq's capital Sunday, police officials said.
At least two people were killed and 14 wounded when four roadside bombs exploded Thursday in different neighborhoods in Baghdad, the Interior Ministry said.
At least three people were killed in three separate attacks in Baghdad and Baquba on Monday morning, Iraqi officials said.
Iraq opened the new year with bloodshed, as two police officials were shot dead in the capital, the Interior Ministry said.
Violence in recent weeks has prompted a "slow but steady exodus" of Christians from the Iraqi cities of Baghdad and Mosul, the U.N. refugee agency said on Friday.
CNN's Jomana Karadsheh reports on bombings in Baghdad that seem to be aimed at Christians.
At least two people were killed, and 14 others were wounded Thursday in a wave of bombings targeting Christian homes in Baghdad, an Interior Ministry official said.
Two men were killed and four other people were wounded in Baghdad over the last 24 hours, authorities said.
Some churches in Iraq plan to tone down holiday celebrations following violence targeting Christians in recent weeks.
At least four people were killed and 17 were wounded in a suicide bombing north of Baghdad on Monday, according to Iraq's Interior Ministry.
Attackers gunned down an elderly Christian couple late Sunday inside their Baghdad home, the latest in a string of religious-rooted violence that has spurred international outcry and a full-court press for justice from Iraqi authorities.
A series of bomb attacks shook Iraq's capital of Baghdad on Saturday morning, killing 14 people and wounding more than 80 others, Baghdad police said.
The leader of a Muslim fundamentalist militant group was among 12 arrested in connection with a deadly church siege in Baghdad last month, Iraq's Interior Ministry said Saturday.
A wave of bombings and mortar attacks strike Christian areas across Baghdad. CNN's Arwa Damon reports.
At least five people were killed and 39 wounded when a car bomb exploded Monday in Basra, an Interior Ministry official said, capping a day in which at least 11 people were killed in blasts in cities with Shiite shrines.
At least 37 people were wounded Saturday in attacks in the Iraqi capital and the northern city of Kirkuk, authorities said.
Three Iraqi soldiers were killed and nine others -- mostly civilians -- were wounded after a bomb ripped through the Iraqi city of Baquba Friday, police officials told CNN.
More than 150 Iraqis have been killed since Friday, including three police officers who died north of Baghdad on Thursday when the bomb they were trying to defuse exploded, police said.
The toll from a series of explosions across Baghdad climbed to at least 64 dead and 360 wounded Wednesday, Iraq's health minister Saleh Mahdi told state television al-Iraqiya.
At least 63 people were killed and 285 others were wounded in a series of explosions across the capital Tuesday, police said.
Several bombs targeting Iraqi government and police officials went off Thursday morning, with at least three deaths reported.
A roadside bomb in Baghdad killed one and wounded eight others Monday, according to Iraq's interior ministry. In a separate incident, a mortar round wounded two people.
A series of jewelry store robberies in Baghdad on Sunday led to clashes with police and left at least seven people dead, according to police in the Iraqi capital.
Two Iraqi police officers were killed and two others were wounded early Saturday when gunmen attacked a police checkpoint in Anbar province, authorities said.
Six people, including an Iraqi Interior Ministry official and four members of a leading political bloc, died in multiple explosions Thursday throughout Baghdad.
Gunmen wearing Iraqi army uniforms stormed at least four houses, pulled the residents outside and shot them -- killing four, police in Baghdad said.
Five people were killed and 18 were wounded in several attacks Monday in Iraq, officials said.
At least two officers were killed and three civilians were wounded when police and gunmen traded fire in Baghdad on Thursday after an apparent bank robbery attempt, Iraqi Interior Ministry officials said.
Gunmen in Iraq's Salaheddin province stormed a senior police official's house late Tuesday and killed him, police said.
A sticky bomb attached to an al-Iraqiya television reporter's car exploded early Monday, wounding the journalist -- identified as Alaa Muhssein -- Baghdad police officials said.
A militant group claimed responsibility for two car bombings in Baghdad on Sunday, brazen attacks that killed at least 29 people and wounded 111.