A suicide bomber blew up his car in central Iraq on Friday, killing 11 people including himself, and wounding 37 others, police officials said.
A spate of car bombings rocked Iraq on Tuesday, the ninth anniversary of the U.S. invasion and days before the nation hosts a meeting of Arab leaders.
At least 15 people were killed and 26 others wounded in attacks targeting police stations in Iraq Sunday, authorities said.
Eight people died in Iraq as shootings and explosions targeted judges, security forces and liquor stores over the last 24 hours, police told CNN on Tuesday.
A string of lethal roadside bombings apparently targeting police and civilians ripped through a crowded Iraqi neighborhood late Thursday and killed at least five people, authorities said on Friday.
A roadside bomb exploded outside a police officer's house in the Iraqi city of Ramadi on Wednesday, leaving seven dead and at least 10 wounded, police said.
Violence in Iraq left four people dead and 12 others wounded, Interior Ministry officials said Friday.
Seventeen people were killed and 50 others wounded in a blast from a container full of explosives left outside of the Presidential Palaces Mosque in central Tikrit, Iraq, officials told CNN.
Bombings in three restive Iraqi cities over the last 24 hours killed five people and wounded several others, police told CNN.
Two people were killed and 20 wounded in separate attacks Sunday in Baghdad and Ramadi, Iraq, police in those cities told CNN.
A suicide bomber targeting Iraqi soldiers killed at least eight people Thursday, police said.
At least 12 people were killed and 24 others wounded in a suicide bombing Thursday in the Iraqi city of Ramadi, police said.
The death toll rose Friday, a day after there was a string of attacks in different areas in Iraq.
CNN's Arwa Damon goes to Ramadi, Iraq, to see how things have changed there over the years.
"I saw one suicide bomber, I saw him. By my eyes, I remember," says Qasim Abid, the governor of Anbar province in Iraq.
Two people were killed and three others were wounded when a car bomb exploded at an Iraqi police checkpoint in Ramadi on Wednesday night, police officials said.
A female suicide bomber detonated explosives at a provincial council office in western Iraq on Sunday, killing four people and wounding 23 others, the interior ministry said.
Eleven people were killed and 21 were wounded Thursday when a suicide bomber struck a checkpoint in Ramadi, Iraq, an Iraqi Interior Ministry official said.
Bombers struck Thursday, killing seven people in two volatile locations west and north of Baghdad.
Bombings in central and western Iraq killed at least seven people and wounded 45 others on Sunday, the Interior Ministry said.
Iraqi authorities on Sunday closed all entrances into Ramadi and imposed a curfew after a series of car bombings killed at least 19 people and injured more than 80 others, according to Interior Ministry officials.
A suicide car bombing struck a police checkpoint in Ramadi, Iraq, Monday, killing at least seven people, an Interior Ministry official said.
Bombings killed seven people and wounded dozens of others Tuesday in Baghdad's Sadr City, officials said.
Suicide bombers detonated a car bomb and an explosive vest at a police checkpoint in the town of al-Jazira on Saturday, killing eight people, four of them police officers, an Interior Ministry official said.
A Marine who survived being burned over more than 95 percent of his body in Iraq and established a charity to help burned children has died, the military has announced.
A CBS journalist kidnapped in Iraq more than two months ago has been freed from captivity.
When a grenade bounced off his chest and fell to the floor near his fellow troops, Petty Officer 2nd Class Michael Monsoor acted out of instinct.
Navy Petty Officer Michael Monsoor threw himself on a grenade to save others. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
Without doubt, the surge has benefited Iraq. It's massively reduced the killing of both Iraqis and Americans, and it's been a welcome relief to witness the change.
U.S.-led coalition forces killed an estimated 11 "terrorists" early Thursday, during operations targeting criminal networks in southeastern Iraq, a statement from Multi-National Force - Iraq said.
A car bomb struck a police checkpoint in central Ramadi Wednesday morning, killing five people, an Iraqi Interior Ministry official has said.
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Gen. Pace in Ramadi
The walk in Ramadi was never supposed to happen. A sandstorm grounded Gen. Peter Pace and his entourage, who were planning on leaving the city after a quick visit during his final tour of Iraq.
The U.S. military added on Sunday more U.S. soldiers to the list of those who died in attacks on Saturday, bringing the number of American soldiers killed since Friday to 15.
Suicide car bombings at a market and at a police checkpoint in Ramadi killed 13 people and wounded 35 others Monday, police said.
U.S. warplanes struck suspected insurgents armed with rocket-propelled grenades in the southern Iraqi city of Diwaniya on Saturday, the U.S. military said.
Twenty people were killed and 30 others wounded when a suicide truck bomber slammed into an Iraqi police checkpoint in a western Ramadi neighborhood Friday morning, an Iraqi Interior Ministry official told CNN.
Bombers detonated three chlorine-filled trucks in Anbar province, the U.S. military said Saturday.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki made an unannounced trip Tuesday to Ramadi, where he met with Sunni tribal chiefs credited with helping turn the tide against al Qaeda in Iraq.
A car bomb exploded Wednesday near a market in southwestern Baghdad, killing at least 10 people and wounding 21 others, an Iraqi emergency police official said.
An explosion at a makeshift soccer field near Ramadi, injured at least 25 people Tuesday, U.S. and Iraqi officials said.
Most insurgents who are battling U.S.-led forces in Iraq's Anbar province are local Iraqis loyal to al Qaeda, and not foreign fighters, the U.S. commander in the region said Monday.
Just hours after a suicide bomber killed 20 people in northern Iraq, U.N. chief Kofi Annan said Monday that the nation is in "grave danger" of falling into civil war.
Iraq's prime minister on Wednesday called for an independent Iraqi investigation or at least a joint U.S.-Iraqi probe into the March killings of an Iraqi female and three members of her family as well as her alleged rape.
A car bomb targeting an Iraqi army patrol exploded in eastern Baghdad at 10:30 a.m. Monday, killing four civilians and wounding 10 others, Iraqi Emergency Police said.
The latest round of violence in Iraq Sunday left 13 people dead, most of them in Baquba, where deadly attacks have increased in recent days.
Iraq's prime minister-designate is expected to announce a Cabinet to the Parliament on Saturday, but two key posts will be empty, a spokesman for a leading Shiite party said.
U.S. military commanders will order more U.S. troops to the Iraqi city of Ramadi, the volatile Anbar provincial capital where troops and insurgents have been fighting pitched battles, the military said Friday.
Gunmen kidnapped a United Arab Emirates diplomat in an upscale Baghdad neighborhood Tuesday evening, wounding his bodyguard in the process, police said.
Insurgents embarked on deadly attacks across Iraq on Wednesday, killing 16 people at a police recruitment center in Falluja, an American civilian contractor near Nasiriya and a police officer in Baquba.
Ten civilians were killed Tuesday when a suicide car bomber attacked a convoy carrying the governor of Anbar province, a U.S. military source said.
U.S. and Iraqi troops killed more than 100 insurgents last week in Ramadi, west of Baghdad, a U.S. Army officer said Monday.
A coordinated attack from three directions on the governor's compound in Ramadi Monday left an unknown number of insurgents dead after an hourlong fight with U.S. Marines.
At least five people were killed in separate attacks in central Iraq Tuesday, including an Iraqi journalist.
At least 13 people, including six Iraqi police commandos, were wounded when a suicide car bomb exploded Saturday as a police commando patrol was passing by, police said.
Eleven U.S. troops -- eight soldiers and three Marines -- were among about 140 people killed in attacks across Iraq Thursday, military officials said. It was the deadliest day in Iraq in nearly four months.
In the deadliest day in Iraq in nearly four months, at least 134 people were killed and scores were wounded by insurgent-bomb attacks, authorities said Thursday.
As election officials in Iraq counted ballots and looked into polling violation complaints Friday, the senior U.N. envoy there said Iraq upheld proper international election standards.
Iraqi security forces caught the most wanted man in the country last year, but released him because they didn't know who he was, the Iraqi deputy minister of interior said Thursday.
Vote counting in Iraq began Thursday night after a surprisingly high number of voters turned out to choose the nation's first full-term parliament since Saddam Hussein's ouster.
Family and friends of four Western humanitarian workers held hostage in Iraq were waiting with growing concern on Sunday as a deadline to kill them passed without word from the kidnappers.
International concern for four Western humanitarian workers heightened Saturday as the hours before their execution deadline turned into minutes, then passed with no word on their fate.
With a Saturday execution deadline looming, the brothers of a Canadian man held hostage in Iraq made another plea to his abductors, saying Friday that their brother was in Iraq to gather information on alleged human rights abuses.
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.
A roadside bomb killed 10 U.S. Marines and wounded 11 others on nighttime foot patrol Thursday near Falluja, and three other soldiers died Friday in a traffic accident, the military said.
American troops are focusing their efforts on the Anbar provincial capital of Ramadi to establish stability ahead of the December 15 elections, a U.S. military spokesman said Thursday.
U.S. and Iraqi troops have detained several suspected insurgents in the Ramadi area as part of the latest joint operation in the area dominated by Sunni Arabs, the U.S. Marines said Sunday.
The U.S. military is conducting tests to determine whether terrorist leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi was among those killed in a weekend raid in northern Iraq, but a White House official called that prospect "highly unlikely."
Deadly violence coinciding with the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan left 27 Iraqis dead Wednesday in Musayyib, Baghdad and Kirkuk.
The U.S. military said Monday that coalition forces launched airstrikes Sunday in and around Ramadi, west of Baghdad, killing "an estimated 70 terrorists."
The U.S. military said Monday that coalition forces launched a series of airstrikes Sunday in and around Ramadi, killing "an estimated 70 terrorists."
Four U.S. soldiers and a Marine have been killed in attacks in Iraq, military officials said Tuesday.
Armed conflict rattled Iraq Tuesday, resulting in the deaths of at least 30 people in Kirkuk, Ramadi and near Baquba.
Insurgent attacks during the past 24 hours have killed nine U.S. troops in Iraq, the military said Tuesday.
Attacks targeting Iraqi security forces killed at least 23 people on Thursday, including Iraqi army recruits, police and civilians, Iraqi police said.
I cannot recall being this angry.
A suicide car bomber killed 11 Iraqi policemen and wounded 14 others in Ramadi, the U.S. military said Friday.
Authorities in Iraq are investigating the killings of 26 people whose bodies were found Tuesday in an Iraqi village near the Syrian border, all with gunshot wounds to the forehead.
U.S. and Iraqi forces launched an anti-insurgency operation Sunday in Ramadi and other cities along the Euphrates River, adding an 8 p.m.-to-6 a.m. curfew and other security measures, the U.S. military said.
A pair of Indonesian journalists are missing in Iraq and may have been taken captive by uniformed gunmen, Indonesia's Foreign Ministry said Friday.
A video posted on an Islamist Web site apparently shows two Iraqis being beheaded on a city sidewalk as pedestrians and vehicles pass by.
A roadside bomb struck a U.S. armored personnel carrier Thursday in northwestern Baghdad, killing all seven American soldiers inside, U.S. military officials told CNN.
A five-minute video that appears to show members of a radical Islamist group preparing for and carrying out the attack last week on a U.S. base in Mosul surfaced Sunday.
Two men the U.S. says are key figures in Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's terrorist network are in U.S. custody following a sweep of Ramadi, Iraq, U.S. military sources revealed in a statement Saturday.
Two high-ranking Iraqi Interior Ministry officials were gunned down Saturday morning in southwest Baghdad, a police official said.
An Iraqi election group announced Friday that three of its workers had died in a drive-by shooting earlier this week.
A car bomb exploded Monday near the central Iraqi city of Ramadi, killing at least six people and wounding at least eight others, Iraqi health officials said.
The United States tried twice to rescue the two Americans and one British citizen held hostage in Iraq, according to a U.S. official with direct knowledge of the attempts.
A Turkish man kidnapped in Iraq and held for 50 days was freed Wednesday by his captors, a Turkish official said.
Iraqi forces, insurgents, civilians and three U.S. service members lost their lives in violence Wednesday, among them at least 68 in a Baquba suicide bombing and 42 in fighting in south-central Iraq.
Police found a decapitated body Thursday in the Tigris River, an Iraqi official said.
U.S. military planners are preparing to send possibly as many as 15,000 additional ground troops to Iraq if the level of violence increases, CNN has learned.
Iraqi insurgents killed five American troops Monday, including four Marines whose bodies were found in Ramadi, west of Baghdad, a coalition official said.
A home video of a wedding party -- purported to be the one some Iraqis say a U.S. airstrike hit last week -- has failed to shake the coalition's resolve that it bombed a high-level gathering of foreign fighters.
U.S.-led coalition forces are battling insurgents throughout Iraq as attacks escalate and the deadline for returning power to Iraqis looms nearer.
Coalition troops battled Shiite militias and Sunni insurgents separately in several key Iraq cities Wednesday, one day after suffering their deadliest ground attack since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1.
U.S. and coalition troops battled supporters of Shiite Muslim cleric Muqtada al-Sadr for a third day Tuesday, with clashes reported in Baghdad and at least four cities in the country's south.
As many as a dozen U.S. Marines were killed Tuesday in heavy fighting in the western Iraq town of Ramadi, the latest in a series of clashes with anti-coalition elements, Pentagon officials said.