The key developments that will change the region for better or worse.
The U.S.-led coalition refuses to put a timeline on the offensive for the militant group's largest prize.
Haider al-Abadi says Iraq's forces will look to retake Mosul next.
Governor of Anbar's office says ISIS is holding men prisoner in city as the group nears defeat.
ISIS loses more than 12,000 square kilometers of territory while Kurds expand 186 percent.
The attack which was part of a broader offensive by the insurgents on Kurdish positions around the ISIS stronghold of Mosul.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan declared on Friday he would not bow to Iraqi demands to withdraw soldiers from a camp near Mosul.
A triple suicide car bombing hit the village of Tel Tamer late Thursday.
Iraqi PM Haider al-Abadi had threatened to turn to the U.N. security council if Turkish troops were not withdrawn.
The strikes destroyed a number of the Islamic State's strategic assets around the capital of Anbar province
The U.S. wants to arm the Kurds to open a second front against the militant group, but Turkey has other ideas.
ISIS seized town in western Iraq last year and murdered thousands of Yazidis
Parliamentary panel blames dozens of officials as government continues drive against mismanagement.
Forced from their homes, the Syriac Christians take their music with them.
Extent of Camp Speicher massacre pushes mass killings of terror group into the thousands.
Resumed offensive scores significant victory in battle to retake Sunni-majority city.
Baghdad's assault on ISIS-held city hampered by militia boycott.
Iraqi army does not have the capacity to dismantle the raft of IEDs planted by terror group.
A senior Kurdish official says the idea of a central government in Baghdad has failed.
The peshmerga have emerged as a key partner in the U.S.-led coalition in its campaign to demobilise ISIS.
The UN Human Rights Council launched an inquiry in September after ISIS seized large swathes of northern Iraq.
The Tikrit campaign has been stalled by bombs and booby traps laid by ISIS.
Senior U.S. military officials want Baghdad to name an Iraqi commander for the offensive to avoid dealing with Iranian advisers.
No way in or out of city for ISIS militants as forces secure surrounding towns and roads.
A new video features deaf-mute brothers who claim to be traffic wardens in militant regime