As many as 36 people are killed south of Baghdad in fighting between Shiite militiamen and British forces doing door-to-door searches.
- AP via San Jose Mercury News
- Baghdad office of Shiite leader Moqtada al-Sadr is surrounded by U.S. tanks and troops amid efforts to arrest the Iraqi cleric. Some 500 armed Sadr militia burn tires, forming roadblocks and promising jihad near the office. Snipers have also been placed in homes in the neighborhood in the Baghdad slum of Sadr City.
- At least 35 people are killed and 60 others injured in an attack on a Shiite mausoleum located in north of Baghdad. Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant have claimed responsibility.
- Three bombings in and around Baghdad kill at least 14, including Shiite pilgrims, and injure more than 30.
- At least 69 people are killed and 230 injured in a series of bomb attacks targeting Shiite neighborhoods in Baghdad, Iraq. Islamic State of Iraq and Syria claims responsibility for some of the attacks.
- Iraqi officials declare a state of emergency for all of Baghdad after protesters loyal to popular Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr stormed into Iraq's parliament in the Green Zone.
- Two ISIL suicide bombers attack a Shiite mosque in Baghdad, killing at least 15 people.
- At least 25 people are killed and dozens wounded in bombing attacks across Baghdad; three bombs exploded in public markets and a fourth outside a Shiite mosque.
- Coordinated car bombings against five Shiite mosques in Baghdad and Kirkuk kill 23 worshipers.
- At least 23 people are killed and 60 others injured in a series of bombings in Shiite districts of Baghdad and surrounding suburbs.
- A series of car bombs kill at least 37 people and injure more than 130 others in mostly Shiite areas of the capital Baghdad.