Ten people were killed and another 36 injured in bombings Wednesday in Iraq's ethnically mixed Diyala province, authorities said.
A suicide bomber targeting two senior military officials blew up his explosive vest in Iraq's Diyala province Monday, killing at least 15 people and wounding 41, police officials in Baquba said.
A brazen insurgent attack inside a provincial council building in Baquba killed at least 12 people Tuesday, Iraqi Interior Ministry officials said.
Six people were killed and 15 others were wounded Thursday in a suicide bombing at a Shiite mosque in Iraq's Diyala province, police said.
The grim toll in deadly bombings targeting Shiite pilgrims in Iraq rose Friday as officials said at least 50 people were killed.
At least 32 people were killed and 150 others wounded in two explosions targeting Shiite pilgrims Thursday in Karbala, about 60 miles (100 km) south of Baghdad, police officials said.
Dozens were killed and wounded in a suicide bombing in Tikrit. CNN's Jomana Karadsheh reports.
A pair of suicide attacks Wednesday morning in Iraq's Diyala province, north of Baghdad, killed at least 16 people and wounded nearly 100 others, authorities said.
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.
The death toll climbed to 16 in Wednesday's bombing of an outdoor market in a predominantly Shiite town in Iraq's Diyala province, police said Thursday.
At least 13 people were killed and 26 were wounded Wednesday in a bombing at an outdoor market in a predominantly Shiite town in Iraq's Diyala province.
Suicide bombers killed 60 people near a holy Shiite shrine in Baghdad on Friday and a car bomber left seven people dead in Diyala, according to security and medical officials.
Two suicide bombings kill more than 70 in Iraq and the Iraqi military says a top insurgent has been captured.
Suicide bombers in Iraq launched two deadly attacks Thursday, killing at least 55 people in Diyala province and at least 28 people in Baghdad, an Interior Ministry official said.
A suicide bomb exploded at a Kurdish funeral in the northern Iraqi town of Jalawla Monday evening, killing at least 14 people and wounding 31 others, according to local police.
Explosives attached to trucks carrying concrete barriers to makeshift polling stations for next week's Iraqi provincial elections exploded and killed a driver, an Iraqi Interior Ministry official said Friday.
At least 22 police officers and Awakening Council members were killed in an ambush southwest of Diyala Wednesday, a U.S. military official said.
A female suicide bomber detonated explosives Monday evening in Balad Ruz, killing at least 20 people and wounding 30, according to the Interior Ministry and Col. Ragheb al-Omairi, a Diyala military spokesman.
A suicide bomber with explosives hidden beneath his traditional robe blew himself up Tuesday in a crowd of Iraqis trying to join the police force, killing at least 25 people
A bomb exploded Tuesday outside a police recruitment center in Iraq's Diyala province, killing at least 30 people, an Iraqi army official said.
Iraqi security forces arrested three women, accusing them of plotting suicide bombings against the country's armed forces, the Interior Ministry spokesman told CNN on Wednesday.
Iraqi security forces backed by the U.S. military launched an operation Tuesday targeting al Qaeda in Iraq and Shiite militias in the volatile Diyala province, Iraqi commanders said.
CNN's Fredrik Pleitgen reports on the violence that marred a religious pilgrimage in Iraq.
A female suicide bomber struck near a government compound northeast of Baghdad on Sunday, killing at least 16 people
A female suicide bomber killed 16 people and wounded 40 Sunday when she detonated her explosives in a crowded area of central Baquba, police there said.
CNN's Arwa Damon takes an exclusive look into the psyche of female suicide bombers in Iraq.
The mother's voice lacks emotion as she recalls how her daughter became a suicide bomber.
A CBS journalist kidnapped in Iraq more than two months ago has been freed from captivity.
Bombings, clashes and a shooting in Iraq Tuesday left at least 48 people dead, and another 20 bodies were found in a mass grave, police officials told CNN.
Two bombings in separate Iraq provinces on Monday killed eight U.S. troops, the U.S. military said.
Five U.S. soldiers were killed in Baghdad in a new tactic of choice by insurgents. CNN's Jamie McIntyre reports.
Violence gripped northern Iraq on Tuesday as a suicide bomber killed at least one person in Mosul and authorities found nine bodies and an additional 10 decapitated heads in Diyala province.
A major movement of Iraqi forces gathered on Sunday in Mosul as a prelude to a planned offensive against Islamic fighters loyal to al Qaeda, an Iraqi government spokesman said.
Conflict flared up Wednesday in an area of northern Iraq where U.S. and Iraqi troops have been taking on al Qaeda in Iraq and other militants.
A woman suicide bomber set off a blast on Wednesday in an outdoor market in Iraq's Diyala province, killing six civilians and wounding seven, authorities said.
A police officer was killed and five more were wounded Monday when they entered a booby-trapped house during a patrol south of Baquba, authorities said.
Six U.S. soldiers were killed Wednesday in Iraq when a bomb exploded in a booby-trapped house while they were on patrol north of Baghdad, the military announced.
Dozens of people picking up cooking gas canisters were victims of a suicide car bomb attack in northern Iraq.
Dozens of people picking up cylinders of cooking gas were victims of a suicide car bomb attack Tuesday morning in the northern Iraqi city of Baiji.
A judge and three members of a group opposing al Qaeda in Iraq were shot to death Monday in Iraq's Diyala province, a local security official said.
Kirkuk's future is critical to Iraq. CNN's Morgan Neill reports.
Iraqi soldiers have found a mass grave of mutilated bodies in a restive region north of Baghdad, a local security official told CNN Thursday.
Two carloads of gunman ambushed a top aide to Iraq's Finance Ministry on Sunday in Baghdad, killing him and his driver
Analysis: Two more grisly episodes in Diyala province are signs that the U.S. successes can only go so far in controlling Iraq's violence
U.S. Army hands over responsibility for security of Karbala province to the Iraqi military in a ceremony.
U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Dorko was injured Monday when a roadside bomb exploded near his vehicle in Baghdad, Pentagon sources said.
Turkey says an Iraqi offer to help control Kurdish rebels is too little and takes too long. CNN's Paula Hancocks reports
Gunmen kidnapped 10 tribal sheiks in Baghdad as the men were heading home Sunday after meetings with Iraqi officials on the nation's contentious reconciliation process, an Interior Ministry official said.
A roadside bomb blast killed eight Iraqi civilians and wounded 13 others -- including two women and two police officers -- in southeastern Baghdad Saturday morning, according to an Interior Ministry official.
Violence in several Iraqi locations on Tuesday left more than a dozen people dead, according to authorities.
A suicide bombing in Iraq's volatile Diyala province ripped through a "reconciliation meeting" on Monday night attended by Sunni and Shiite militia leaders -- a brazen attack that killed and wounded dozens and fractured an effort to foster amity between the rival sects.
Seven U.S. troops were killed in Iraq on Thursday, the U.S. military said on Friday.
About 26,000 U.S. and Iraqi forces are taking part in an offensive against al Qaeda in Iraq in northern Iraq, the U.S. military said on Thursday.
An explosion wounded at least four Iraqi police officers Thursday while they were dismantling a bomb on a Baghdad bridge, Iraq's Interior Ministry said.
Raid on al-Qaeda
Fourteen U.S. soldiers killed when their helicopter crashed in northern Iraq were returning from a combat rescue mission, the U.S. military said Thursday as friends and loved ones of one of the victims spoke about their loss.
Copter crash kills U.S. troops
The governor of Muthanna province in southern Iraq was killed by a roadside bomb in the city of Samawa Monday morning, an official with Iraq's Interior Ministry said.
Iraqi soccer team returns
Coalition forces killed four suspected militants and detained 18 thought to have helped make or plant roadside bombs, the U.S. military said.
At least 17 people were killed Friday when U.S. and Iraqi forces battled "rogue" Shiite militia members in Karbala after a raid, the U.S. military said.
Secrecy and survival in Iraq
The U.S. military on Thursday reported eight recent troop deaths in Iraq.
Insurgents wearing military uniforms killed 29 people in an attack early Tuesday on a village near Baquba, while a suicide car bomber struck an army patrol east of Baghdad, killing 11, the Iraqi Interior Ministry said.
Civilians helped coalition and Iraqi forces conduct a massive raid on an al Qaeda hideout in the town of Sherween, leaving 20 suspected terrorists dead and 20 more in coalition custody, the U.S. military said Wednesday.
Maintaining security in Diyala province north of Baghdad will be impossible if U.S. troops are withdrawn from Iraq, according to a U.S. senior ground commander there.
American-led coalition forces battling insurgents in Iraq's Diyala province near Baghdad killed 25 insurgents in a three-day operation, the U.S. military said Wednesday.
U.S. and Iraqi troops killed dozens of al Qaeda militants in Iraq's Diyala province over the past four days, the U.S. military reported on Friday.
General Petraeus's drive against Sunni militants has got off to a quickstart. But its success will depend on intelligence
A truck bomb struck a Shi'ite mosque Tuesday in central Baghdad, killing 78 people and wounding more than 200
Three Sunni mosques were attacked in what police believe are reprisals for a massive truck bombing that damaged a Shiite mosque and killed 87 people, authorities said Wednesday.
Three U.S. soldiers were killed and six wounded when a suicide bomb blast caused a highway overpass to collapse on them Sunday near Mahmoudiya, south of Baghdad, the U.S. military said Monday.
A suicide bomber drove an explosives-laden truck into a police station near Tikrit on Sunday morning, killing at least 15 people and wounding about 45 others, some of them civilians, a Tikrit police official said.
Fourteen U.S. soldiers were killed by bombs and small-arms fire in Iraq over the weekend, the U.S. military said Sunday, as factional violence continued to ravage soldiers and civilians alike.
Ten U.S. troops died in Iraq on Monday, including eight killed in a deadly chain of events that began when a U.S. helicopter was shot down, according to a U.S. military official.
U.S. forces have freed 42 Iraqi citizens who were kidnapped, held by al Qaeda in Iraq for as long as four months and possibly tortured, a U.S. military spokesman said Sunday.
American troops were on the hunt Sunday in a volatile region south of Baghdad for three members of a U.S.-led military patrol who went missing after an insurgent attack Saturday that killed five others.
The U.S. military commander in charge of northern Iraqi operations on Friday said more troops are needed to stem rising insurgent violence in Diyala province.
Iraqi politicians -- frustrated by violence throughout the country and the glacial pace of parliamentary lawmaking -- say the nearly one-year-old government is failing.
Two suicide car bombers struck a small U.S. patrol base in Diyala province Monday, killing nine American soldiers and wounding 20 others, according to a U.S. military official in Diyala.
Tours of duty for members of the U.S. Army serving in Iraq and Afghanistan have been extended from 12 months to 15 months effective immediately, Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Wednesday.
Sunni gunmen stormed two Shiite homes in Diyala province overnight and slaughtered 21 men in front of their families, Diyala authorities said Saturday.
A suicide truck bomber hit an Iraqi army checkpoint, killing at least 14 people and wounding 13 in the northern city of Tal Afar on Saturday morning, police and hospital officials said.
The government will not seek the death penalty against one of eight servicemen charged with the shooting death of an Iraqi civilian in April, a military prosecutor said Wednesday.
At least 21 Iraqi civilians and a deputy governor died in separate acts of violence in Iraq on Saturday.
Iraqi police imposed a curfew Friday in Baghdad and in the Diyala province, where bombs from U.S. warplanes Thursday killed the most-wanted man in Iraq, an Interior Ministry official said.
At least 40 people -- some of them high school students -- were reported killed Sunday across Iraq, as the new government failed to name security ministers to deal with continuing violence.
A U.S. military helicopter crashed Saturday southwest of Baghdad, the military said in a statement.
At least 10 people were killed and 22 wounded Tuesday in Baghdad and three other Iraqi cities.
Violence shook Baghdad and areas outside the capital Wednesday as strikes thought to be fueled by sectarian animosity persisted and Iraqi leaders prepared to huddle to work toward a national unity government.
Insurgents killed two civilians and wounded 15 others with homemade bombs, one strapped to a bicycle, Iraqi Emergency Police said on Sunday.
Six Iraqis were killed and five others were kidnapped in incidents across Baghdad on Thursday and Friday, police said, while eight Iraqi police and soldiers were wounded in two bombings in restive Diyala province.
Violence claimed the lives of 21 people in Iraq, including a U.S. soldier, a university lecturer and a member of the Diyala provincial council, officials said Monday.
Two days after a roadside bomb killed 10 U.S. Marines on patrol in Falluja, insurgents in Iraq on Saturday staged another deadly strike, killing 11 Iraqi soldiers in an ambush north of Baghdad.
The Iraqi draft constitution has passed, according to final results released Tuesday by Iraqi election officials.
Voters in Diyala province -- the district north of Baghdad with a majority Sunni Arab population -- are backing the country's draft constitution, according to early figures released from last week's referendum on the law.
An attorney for a co-defendant of former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein was abducted Thursday after five gunmen stormed his office, an Iraqi police official said.
"We learned from the last elections and completely changed our voting system, and so have the terrorists," said Amer Latif, head of the Independent Electoral Commission of Iraq for Diyala province, slightly shaken but determined after having just survived an attack on his life.
Six sniper team members were among seven Marines whose deaths in northwestern Iraq were announced Tuesday by U.S. commanders, bringing the number of American troops killed in the war to more than 1,800.
As Iraqi election officials counted ballots Saturday from the country's recent vote, police found the bodies of eight slain comrades near Baghdad.