'People tried to flee, because of the conditions in Mosul, to Kurdistan or Baghdad but they would be blown up by IEDs and if they weren't they'd be shot at even if they were kids'
Opponents say law violates constitution guaranteeing traditions of religious minorities such as Christians
Civilians in the city are rising up against the jihadists as long-awaited US-backed Iraqi army offensive begins, reports say
More than 30 others were injured when a jihadist detonated a suicide vest inside a crowded tent
'The power was cut off and then the doors got locked on us, we could not save any babies'
'We still have charred bodies inside many vehicles including a minibus packed with women and children' police officer says
Officials fear death toll will increase with 35 people injured in blast, many seriously
Militant jihadist group says it targeted Shiite militia members
Savage attacks in Turkey, Bangladesh, Iraq and Saudi Arabia should convince Muslim nations and the West that they share a common enemy
The Iraqi interior minister has resigned amid rising public anger over a series of attacks
A senior counterterrorism official told me that Isis’ strategy in Pakistan was to ‘target the intelligentsia’
Despite the area of Karad that Isis attacked on Sunday being predominantly Shi’ite, all Iraqis have come together to help each other regardless of their religion
Car bombings in Baghdad conjure up no hashtags, no Facebook profile pictures with the Iraqi flag, and no Western newspaper front pages of victims' names and life stories
Officials said another 187 people were wounded in the overnight attack
The bombings came near the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, when the streets are filled with young people and families after dusk
In the final instalment of a four-part series on Isis, Patrick Cockburn talks to those who travel across a region marked by violence and bribery and face the jihadists - plus a wary government