A suicide car bomber struck an Iraqi army base in western Mosul on Tuesday, killing seven Iraqi soldiers and wounding 20 people, an official said.
Gunmen attacked an Iraqi police checkpoint Sunday morning, leaving five people dead, authorities said.
Iraq executed 11 "terrorists" Wednesday, including a Tunisian man convicted in the al-Askariya Shrine bombing in 2006, Iraqiya state TV reported on Thursday.
Security forces hunted for 12 al Qaeda in Iraq members who recently broke out of jail in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, a commander told CNN Saturday.
Violence across Iraq has claimed nine lives in the past two days, officials with the nation's interior ministry said Monday.
Eight people were killed and 17 others wounded Saturday in a suicide bombing at an army post in eastern Mosul, according to Iraqi police officials.
Nearly 6,000 protesters flooded the center of the Iraqi city of Mosul on Friday, defying a curfew imposed one day earlier by military authorities seeking to control tensions tied to the looming withdrawal of U.S. troops from the country.
Demonstrators clashed with security forces around Iraq on Friday in confrontations that killed at least five people and wounded many others.
At least four police officers were killed Wednesday when two suicide bombers, wearing explosives-packed vests, attacked a police battalion in western Mosul, officials said.
Three people were killed Monday in Iraq in the latest attack targeting Christians, police in the city of Mosul said.
Gunmen stormed two adjacent homes in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul late Monday and shot dead two men, the latest in a series of attacks targeting Christians, an Iraqi Interior Ministry official said.
At least five people were killed and 15 wounded when a car bomb exploded Sunday in a medical compound in Mosul, Iraq, police and health officials said.
A series of violent attacks claimed the lives of four people in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, police said Friday. Among the dead were a baker, a policeman and an imam.
One Briton was among those killed in Monday's suicide car bomb attack that targeted a British private security firm in Mosul, the British Embassy said.
A U.S. drone crashed in northern Iraq Saturday morning, damaging the Mosul branch of the powerful Iraqi Islamic Party -- the nation's largest Sunni political party, a U.S. military spokesman confirmed.
Iraq has increased security around all Christian places of worship after a wave of church bombings that has killed four and wounded at least 35 others.
Bombings in Iraq on Wednesday killed at least 19 people and wounded 58, mainly around Nineveh province, where political tensions have recently flared between Arabs and Kurds.
CNN's Phil Black goes on patrol with U.S. forces in Mosul, Iraq, as they prepare to withdraw from the city.
As the deadline nears for U.S. troops to exit major Iraqi cities, units in Mosul are in the midst of a months-long operation to sweep out extremist fighters.
Iraq's government said Sunday it won't extend a June deadline for U.S. combat troops to leave Iraqi cities despite concerns about ongoing attacks in cities like Mosul.
An Iraqi soldier fatally shot two American soldiers and wounded three others on Saturday, the U.S. military said.
A suicide bomb was detonated near a coffee shop in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul on Friday, killing at least six people, an Interior Ministry official said.
CNN's Fred Pleitgen reports on a suicide bomb in Mosul that killed 5 American soldiers.
Five U.S. soldiers were killed Friday in a suicide bombing in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul -- the single deadliest attack on U.S. troops in more than a year, the U.S. military said.
Insurgents in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul placed a bomb on a car carrying a local politician Sunday, wounding him in the blast, according to a Mosul police official.
Bombings killed at least eight people and left dozens injured Thursday in Mosul and Karbala as sectarian violence continued in Iraqi cities.
A suicide car bombing in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul killed four American soldiers and an interpreter Monday, the U.S. military said.
Three bombings killed an Iraqi official and three police officers and wounded 14 other Iraqis on Sunday evening and Monday morning, according to an official with the Iraqi Interior Ministry.
The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom cited several examples in a recent report of abuse toward Christians in Iraq.
Insurgents bombed an outdoor market in the Iraqi town of Khalis on Sunday in an attempt to kill the mayor, who was wounded in the attack along with the town's deputy police chief, an Iraqi Interior Ministry official said.
Iraq's president on Sunday pledged nearly $900,000 to help Christian families who have fled the northern Iraqi city of Mosul because of killings and threats.
More than half the Christian population has fled the northern Iraqi city of Mosul in reaction to a campaign of killings and intimidation, according to the United Nations.
A car bomb exploded Wednesday in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, killing four civilians, police said
Nearly 600 more Christian families have fled the northern Iraqi city of Mosul over the past week, amid threats by Muslim extremists to convert to Islam or risk death, an official in Nineveh province said Monday.
Iraqi security forces Friday arrested four men in Mosul for allegedly committing criminal attacks against civilians in that northern city, particularly against Christians, a defense ministry spokesman said.
At least 6,000 Christians have fled the northern Iraqi city of Mosul in the past week because of killings and death threats, Iraq's Ministry of Immigration and Displaced Persons said Thursday.
The number of Christian families who have fled the northern Iraqi city of Mosul in the past week has reached 1,350, authorities said Wednesday.
At least 900 Christian families have fled Mosul in the past week, terrified by a series of killings and threats by Muslim extremists ordering them to convert to Islam or face possible death, officials said Saturday.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Sunday ordered security forces to "find the perpetrators" who abducted and killed four Iraqi journalists in the northern city of Mosul.
Gunmen abducted and killed at least four Iraqi television employees Saturday in the northern city of Mosul, an Iraqi official and the TV station said.
Nineteen U.S. troops were killed in Iraq in May, the fewest killed in any month since the war started.
A top militant who once served as a general in the military under Saddam Hussein was arrested on Monday, Iraqi officials said.
Gunmen in a northern Iraq province have been given 10 days to turn in their weapons to avoid jail time and get a monetary reward.
Iraq's PM talks tough but the city's insurgency, the most disciplined and efficient in Iraq, has melted away, perhaps to return and fight on its on terms later
A roadside bomb in northern Iraq killed at least five Iraqi soldiers on Tuesday, an Interior Ministry official said.
Hundreds of thousands of displaced Iraqis may have to go without food or health care unless foreign aid increases, the U.N. refugee agency said Friday.
The U.S. military in Iraq denied widespread reports Friday that trumpeted the capture of a top Iraqi insurgent leader.
CNN's Nic Robertson spends time in Mosul, Iraq, with a U.S. Army lieutenant who's not having a very good day.
ITN's Nick Paton Walsh reports on the ongoing fighting in Mosul, five years after the invasion of Iraq.
Bombings killed six Iraqis and wounded 51 in Baghdad and Mosul on Tuesday, and the Iraqi Interior Ministry said the death toll in a suicide bombing the day before in Karbala rose to 50.
U.S. officials say violence is dropping, but the prospect of a real turnaround may depend on elections. And those could be postponed
A lack of Iraqi government organization and the city's ethnic mix complicates preparations for suppressing the insurgency
On Scene: After a massive detonation of rebel explosives, the U.S. checks out clues to the activities of Mosul's insurgency
Coalition forces killed nine Iraqi civilians, including a child and two women, and wounded three others near Iskandariya, Iraq, over the weekend, police and a U.S. military spokeswoman said Monday.
Iraqi political and military leaders and U.S. military commanders have traveled to the northern Iraqi city of Mosul ahead of a planned offensive on al Qaeda in Iraq loyalists, according to a senior U.S. military source.
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 roadside bomb struck a U.S. military patrol in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul on Monday, killing five U.S. soldiers, the U.S. military said.
Iraq is sending troops for a "decisive" battle with al Qaeda in Iraq militants in Mosul -- one of the cities where the fighters remain strong -- Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said Friday.
CNN's Michael Holmes visits an area west of Mosul where the U.S. military says anything can and has happened.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has accepted an invitation to visit Baghdad, according to Iraq's Foreign Ministry.
As the war in Iraq continues, the so-called ''coalition of the willing'' is dwindling. CNN's Harris Whitbeck reports.
A suicide car bomb slammed an Iraqi police patrol in Mosul, Iraq, on Friday afternoon, killing nine people and wounding 21, according to a police official.
The Mosul leader of al Qaeda in Iraq was shot to death by Iraqi soldiers during a combat operation in the northern Iraqi city Wednesday, a U.S. military statement said.
At least nine bombings in and near the northern Iraqi city of Mosul on Wednesday were aimed at freeing hundreds of inmates from an Iraqi prison, Iraqi and U.S. military sources said.
Gunmen killed the dean of the Political Science College and a professor at Mosul University's College of Arts on Monday, authorities said, topping a series of violent incidents.
Thousands of people marched through the streets of Baghdad on Friday, enthusiastically voicing support for Lebanon's Hezbollah militia.
Nearly 1,000 detainees at Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison were released this week at the request of the Iraqi government, Multi-National Forces said Saturday.
Insurgents killed three members of a leading Sunni Arab party on Friday in southern Mosul -- grabbing them off the street, lining them up against the wall of a mosque and shooting them, officials said.
A letter apparently written by a rebel leader to terrorist mastermind Abu Musab al-Zarqawi decries the insurgency's leadership in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, a hotspot in the war.
U.S. President George W. Bush was preparing a major address on the Iraq war as his defense chief predicted the insurgency could last another decade.
Three suicide bombings targeting Iraqi military and police stations killed 15 police officers and 18 civilians Sunday in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, U.S. military officials said.
The U.S. military on Thursday reported the capture of a man described as al Qaeda's leader in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul.
Hours after six car bombs rocked separate locations in Baghdad and Mosul, two more exploded late Monday, including one targeting a U.S. military convoy near the Abu Ghraib prison, Iraqi police said.
An American citizen was kidnapped along with the three Romanian journalists abducted Monday in Iraq, the U.S. State Department said Wednesday.
Iraqi police said Monday they have arrested the man responsible for a 2003 bombing in southern Iraq that killed a leading Shiite cleric and more than 80 others.
The U.S. military said Friday the latest reports indicate Thursday's suicide bombing in Mosul killed at least 50 Iraqi civilians and wounded nearly 80 others.
A suicide bombing at a Shiite Muslim funeral procession killed at least 47 people Thursday in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, hospital officials said.
The newly elected Iraqi National Assembly is scheduled to have its first meeting March 16, political officials have told CNN.
In the deadliest single insurgent attack of the Iraq war, a suicide car bombing killed 125 people Monday in Hilla where police recruits were waiting to get physicals, Iraqi government and health officials said.
Eight people were killed and at least two were injured Sunday when a bomb exploded inside a municipal building in northern Iraq, multinational forces officials said.
Two Indonesian journalists freed by militants in Iraq have spoken about their ordeal, and are reportedly waiting at the Jordanian border for permission to leave Iraq.
Two Indonesian journalists taken hostage earlier this week in Iraq have been released, Indonesian officials said Monday.
In the bustling city of Mosul in northern Iraq, there are few hints of the historic election that is about to take place.
A Catholic archbishop was kidnapped Monday in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, Iraqi officials said.
Iraq's interim Prime Minister Ayad Allawi campaigned at Baghdad University on Sunday, as Iraqi and U.S. authorities firm up security plans two weeks before election day.
At least five people were killed when a coalition F-16 mistakenly bombed a house south of Mosul, Iraq, the U.S. military said Saturday.
At least five people were killed when a coalition F-16 bombed the wrong target south of Mosul, Iraq, the U.S. military said Saturday.
At least 28 people, including several Iraqi police officers, died Tuesday night when a house exploded in western Baghdad, police said.
A midday rocket attack on a U.S. military base in northern Iraq killed more than 20 people and wounded another 57, U.S. military and civilian officials said Tuesday.
The Bush administration formally canceled Iraq's $4.1 billion debt to the United States on Friday and urged others to do the same to help the country rebuild.
A group of 15 Iraqi political parties, backed by former Iraqi foreign minister Adnan Pachachi, called Friday for a delay in the national elections scheduled for January 30.
A suicide car bombing at a checkpoint in eastern Baghdad killed five police officers and wounded 10 other people, police said.
Insurgents fired a mortar round Thursday into the office of Nineveh's provincial governor as American and Iraqi forces attempted to restore order in Mosul, the U.S. military said.
On the second day of increased U.S. and Iraqi security operations in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, conditions are more stable, a top U.S. commander said Wednesday.
U.S. Army and Iraqi forces launched an anti-insurgent offensive Tuesday in the northern city of Mosul, a military spokeswoman said, as coalition forces continued a similar assault on rebels in Falluja.
Three U.S. Navy SEALs have been charged with maltreating an Iraqi detainee who died after he was turned over to the U.S. Army in Mosul in April 2004, the Navy said Friday.
Insurgents staged more assassination attempts Wednesday against Iraqi officials in Baghdad and in the northern city of Mosul -- killing one, wounding one, and missing another.
Iraqi militants have killed 12 Nepalis they captured just over a week ago, the militants and a Nepalese official said Tuesday.
Clashes between U.S. forces and armed insurgents early Sunday near Mosul, northern Iraq, wounded 34 people, two of them seriously.
Clashes between police and insurgents in the northern city of Mosul left 12 Iraqis dead and 26 wounded, hospital and police sources said Wednesday.