More than a decade on from the US invasion of Falluja, Iraqi troops have lost control of the strategic city to al Qaeda fighters.
Hannah Campbell suffered horrific injuries in a bomb in Basra and was told she would not be a mother again. She is celebrating a 'miracle.'
A British security guard who shot dead two colleagues in Iraq in 2009 claims he was framed for the murders.
The Israeli army says it has seized a large shipment of munitions being sent from Iran to Palestinian groups on the Gaza Strip.
An Israeli Defence Forces Twitter account shared the following images:
A suicide bomber driving a minibus packed with explosives killed at least 32 people and wounded 147 on Sunday in the southern Iraqi city of Hilla, police and medical sources have told the Reuters news agency.
The attacker approached a main checkpoint at a northern entrance to the largely Shi'ite Muslim city and detonated the minibus, a police officer said.
At least 50 cars were set ablaze with passengers trapped inside and part of the checkpoint complex was destroyed, the officer added.
The bomb blast that killed at least 31 people in Iraq's capital Baghdad today struck a secondhand market in the eastern Sadr City district.
A motorcycle bomb had been slipped in among the other bikes on display, officials said.
Meanwhile, two other bombs struck across the capital, targeting minibuses transporting labourers at the end of the workday.
Nine people were killed and 25 injured in the two minibus attacks, authorities said, speaking on the condition of anonymity.
No group immediately claimed responsibility for the attacks.
At least 31 people have been killed and 51 injured in a motorcycle bombing in Iraq's capital Baghdad, security and medical sources told Reuters
An attack on an Iraqi ministry building has left at least 18 people dead, a senior security source has said.
Security forces were forced to storm the Iraqi ministry of transportation after militants attacked the building taking several hostages.
Three mortar bombs have killed six people in a village near the Iraqi city of Baquba, 40 miles north east of Baghdad.
A woman and a child were among the victims, five of whom belonged to the same family. Police said the attackers might have been aiming at a nearby police station.
At least 17 people in all were killed in a series of attacks across Iraq. A bomb near a grocery market killed two people and wounded seven in the mainly Sunni district of Saydiya in southern Baghdad.
In western Baghdad a car bomb in a busy street killed three people and wounded 12 in Amriya district.
The US military has launched an investigation after a news website published a photo that appears to show a US marine pouring petrol on the remains of an Iraqi.
Entertainment website TMZ says it is one of two photos showing two dead Iraqis being set alight, and that other pictures appear to show the charred remains of Iraqis including one that is on fire.The 41 photos were reportedly shot in the city of Fallujah in northern Iraq in 2004.
US Central Command, which oversees US operations in the Middle East, will initially investigate the validity of the photos and whether the events depicted have been brought to their attention in the past.
If there is sufficient evidence, a further investigation could be launched by either US Central Command or Marine Corps Central Command.
British troops have been accused of engaging in "cultural and religious humiliation" of Iraqi civilians after the 2003 invasion.
A dossier handed to the ICC in the Hague alleged British soldiers had committed numerous different forms of abuse against more than 400 Iraqis.
They range from burning prisoners to electric shocks, threats to kill and "cultural and religious humiliation".
Other forms of alleged abuse include sexual assault, mock executions, threats of rape, death, and torture.
Details of a devastating 250 page document alleging "systematic" war crimes carried out by British troops in Iraq are starting to come to light.
The dossier, presented to the International Criminal Court (ICC), accuses the British military of beatings, electrocution, mock executions and sexual assault.
Evidence from cases of more than 400 Iraqis were presented to the Hague court, representing "thousands of allegations of mistreatment amounting to war crimes of torture or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment".
If pursued, some of the UK's leading defence figures could face prosecution for war crimes.
The formal complaint to the ICC, lodged on January 11, is the cumulation of several years' work by Public Interest Lawyers (PIL) and the European Centre for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR).
William Hague has dismissed a bid to trigger prosecutions of British politicians and senior military figures over alleged war crimes in Iraq.
The Foreign Secretary said there was no need for the International Criminal Court to investigate allegations of UK forces abusing and killing detainees in their custody.
Individual cases had either already been dealt with by the British authorities or were the subject of probes, he insisted.
Hague told Sky News' Murnaghan programme: "The Government has always been clear and the armed forces have been clear that they absolutely reject allegations of systematic abuses by the British armed forces."
The head of the army, General Sir Peter Wall, ex-defence secretary Geoff Hoon, and former defence minister Adam Ingram are among those named in a 250-page dossier sent to the ICC, according to the Independent on Sunday.