Several people are killed during suicide attacks and bombings across Iraq.
Islamic State carries out a pair of attacks in the Iraqi Diyala and Kirkuk Governorates, killing twelve civilians and injuring another six.
Iraqi security forces arrest Qasim Muslih, a senior commander in the Popular Mobilization Forces and head of the Anbar faction, for his role in the recent assaults on Al Asad Airbase and the killing of two civil activists.
A second rocket attack this week hits the Camp Taji base in Baghdad Governorate, Iraq, wounding three United States troops.
Iran begins Operation Martyr Soleimani, launching ballistic missiles at several United States Armed Forces facilities in Iraq, including Al Asad Airbase.
Protests that began last week in Iraq continue amid widespread anger over poor public services, high unemployment, and pollution.
Demonstrations in Muthanna Province, Iraq, leave 16 protesters killed or injured and 33 others arrested.
18 April 2013 Baghdad bombing: At least 27 people, including two children, are killed and 65 injured in a bomb attack on a cafe in the Iraqi capital Baghdad.
Two people are killed and 47 injured in a protest in the northern Iraqi city of Sulaimaniya. [https:--www.cnbc.com-id-41646880 (CNBC)]date=August 2019
13 people are killed during attacks in Iraq: 4 people die in the town of Beiji.