At least nine people have been killed, and a further 32 wounded, following a car bomb, in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad.
At least nine people have been killed, following an army helicopter crash, in southern Iraq.
At least seven people have been killed, following a suicide car bomb, in northern Iraq.
At least 18 people have been killed, and a further 41 wounded, following a suicide bombing, in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad.
Around 15 rockets have reportedly struck near to a camp, which is located beside the international airport, in Iraq’s capital, Baghdad.
At least seventeen people have been killed in clashes, between Iraqi government forces and Islamic State militants, near Iraq’s Baiji oil refinery.
An Australian teenager, who travelled to Iraq and Syria to join the Islamic State, has reportedly been killed, carrying out a suicide bombing for the terrorist group.
Shi’ite militia troops and Iraqi security forces have entered the strategic town of Tikrit, in Iraq, capturing the centre of the city from Islamic State militants.
Iraqi military forces have began to move against Islamic State militants, with the aim of reclaiming the major Iraqi city of Tikrit – the home city of former dictator Saddam Hussein.
At least 17 suspected Islamic State militants have been killed by airstrikes in western Iraq, with IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi believed to have been in the area several hours before.