Has Donald Trump ordered looser targeting standards in Iraq and Syria that cause more civilian casualties?
An Amnesty report cites two airstrikes in Mosul, which allegedly killed up to 300 people.
U.S. military advisers have begun dressing like their Iraqi counterterrorism allies in order to blend in and better coordinate with local forces fighting the Islamic State group in Mosul.
A Kurdish and Arab coalition, backed by U.S. special forces, is waging the ground offensive against ISIS.
Dozens of civilians were killed in air strikes by Iraqi or U.S.-led coalition forces.
A daring raid behind enemy lines initiated a new phase in the battle for the Syrian city.
At least four prisoners have died, Human Rights Watch claims, in cases apparently linked to lack of proper medical care.
Ankara's military intervention in Syria has run afoul of U.S. and Russian interests.
Certain districts of the Iraqi city remain the last holdout for the militants.
Amal Clooney demands the global body provide accountability for victims of the militant group's crimes.
The U.S.-led coalition believes Baghdadi has left the battle for the city in the hands of his commanders.
Forces recaptured the city's government complex as part of a new drive into western Mosul.
Twelve people have been treated for exposure to chemical agents since March 1.
The key road links the northern Iraqi city to Syria.
Baghdad's troops have simultaneously attacked a nearby military base to preoccupy the extremist group.
The claim comes as Trump accelerates campaign to defeat the extremist group.
Instability in Iraq threatens U.S. foreign policy interests in the Middle East.
Iraqis are moving to take full control of eastern Mosul with preparations to attack the western bank.
Recapturing Raqqa, the "capital" of ISIS's self-declared caliphate, presents a more difficult task.
The shrine was a reported burial site of a prophet known in the Koran as Yunus and in the Bible as Jonah.