Middle East

Rockets hit military base near Baghdad airport

Six 'fighters' wounded in attack with no claim of responsibility, military says.

Rockets hit military base near Baghdad airport

Middle East

Iraq unrest: Escalation of violence in Nasiriya

An exclusive report from Iraq, where Al Jazeera speaks to protesters who say they have been tortured by security forces.

Iraq

Iraq protests: Death toll jumps to 25 in Baghdad attack

More than 130 also wounded as armed men open fire on demonstrators camped out near Tahrir Square.

AJ Impact

US blacklists Iran-backed Iraqi militia leaders over protests

Washington is ramping up economic pressure to try to counter Iranian influence in the Middle East.

US blacklists Iran-backed Iraqi militia leaders over protests

Middle East

Iraq unrest: Protester anger unabated, demands unchanged

Prime minister resigned but Iraqis are still protesting, say they will stay until the whole political class is replaced.

Iraq

The women on the frontline of Iraq's uprising

A small group of demonstrators have stationed themselves for months at the main battle zone on Rasheed Street.

Middle East

Baghdad's historical Rashid Street, its role in Iraq's protests

Rashid Street dates back to the 16th century and has borne witness to historic revolts in the past, something it is seeing again today.

Iraq

Muhasasa, the political system reviled by Iraqi protesters

Demonstrators demand removal of quota-based political system, introduced in Iraq after the US-led invasion in 2003.

Muhasasa, the political system reviled by Iraqi protesters

ISIS/ISIL

Women under ISIL: The wives

Women married to ISIL fighters share accounts of being made to watch executions and strap explosives to other women.

Women under ISIL: The wives

Iraq

Wounded Iraqi protesters face life-altering injuries

Rights groups have condemned the government for allowing an excessive use force against anti-gov't demonstrators.

Wounded Iraqi protesters face life-altering injuries

Iraq

Iraqi parties gather amid political crisis

Two months of demonstrations have brought down the government but political players have yet to agree on next steps.

Iraqi parties gather amid political crisis

Iraq

Iraq's striking students defiant amid unrelenting protests

Despite pressure to return to classes, strikers say they will not stop until anti-gov't protesters' demands are met.

Iraq's striking students defiant amid unrelenting protests

Iraq

Uncertainty remains as Iraq parliament accepts PM's resignation

Parliament approves resignation of Abdul Mahdi's government after two months of protests that left more than 400 dead.

Iraq

Adel Abdul Mahdi, an Iraqi prime minister 'doomed to fail'

PM's exit likely to end his political career but not 'dysfunctional system' that brought him to power, analysts say.

Middle East

Adel Abdul Mahdi's short tenure as Iraq's prime minister

After months of violent clashes, Adel Abdul Mahdi said he had no other choice, but to resign as Iraq's prime minister.