President reiterates his plea for European NATO allies to increase their defence spending
Isis was behind the larger blast which hit a security checkpoint in the northern al-Husseiniya district
Iraq veteran Laura Buckingham, 29, has been charged with attempted first-degree murder
A spokesperson for the US military said all possible precautions were taken to avoid 'collateral damage'
In the third excerpt from his new book, Patrick Cockburn writes from Baghdad on how the US occupation of Iraq faced growing Iraqi anger and resistance in the summer of 2003. Already, there were signs that the war was going to end in disaster
Women, children and the bodies of men in civilian clothes were found in the two graves inside the city's football stadium
Kurds worry about losing 'passports, imports, exports and airports' if they break away from Iraq abruptly, but an amicable separation might suit both sides eventually
The announcement was made during a push to retake the key city of Mosul from Isis control
As has happened repeatedly since 9/11, the US and countries like Britain fail to combat terrorism because they give priority to retaining their alliance with Saudi Arabia and the Gulf monarchies
According to research, 95 per cent of Twitter users linked to Isis simply set up new accounts after getting banned
Group has controlled Mosul since 2014 and destroyed numerous cultural artefacts
Persistently low oil prices have wreaked havoc on economies reliant on oil
'How he then became Emir of the most dangerous terrorist organisation in the world is a mystery to me'
His remarks come six months after admitting his partial 'responsibility' for the rise of Isis
Iraqi officials announced that 41 people have been killed and 105 injured in the suicide bomb attack perpetrated at a small football stadium in a village near Baghdad
Isis killed and injured US Marines whom the Pentagon said were not in Iraq as they defended a front line base abandoned by Iraqi troops