An Iraqi tribal leader says an airstrike has killed 19 pro-government tribal Sunni fighters south of the town of Mosul.
Officials are probing a possible "friendly fire" incident near Fallujah. They aren't speculating on how many Iraqis may have been killed. The airstrikes are part of a coalition effort against ISIS.
ISIS leader Abu Alaa al-Afri, the militant group’s second in command, has reportedly been killed in a coalition airstrike in Iraq’s Tal Afar city. The Iraqi military announced the death of the ISIS leader, who had been serving as pr...
Coalition forces launched airstrikes targeting Islamic State leaders near their northern Iraqi hub of Mosul, the US military said Saturday, without confirming whether the group's chief was killed.
TIKRIT, Iraq (Reuters) - At least 20 Sunni tribal fighters were killed in a airstrike south of Mosul in the early hours of Wednesday when they were mistaken for Islamic State militants, Iraqi police said.