Iraq's main Sunni Arab political block, the Iraqi Accord Front, agrees to end its boycott of the Iraqi Council of Representatives.
- Iraq's largest Sunni Arab bloc, The Iraqi Accordance Front, suspends its membership in Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's coalition government.
- 3 members of the main Sunni Arab political party in Iraq are kidnapped and killed as they put up posters urging people to vote in the upcoming elections in Mosul.
- Two Sunni mosques are bombed in central Iraq and a muezzin is killed amid fears of renewals of sectarian strife following Saudi Arabia's execution of Shi'ite cleric Nimr al-Nimr in Saudi Arabia.
- Over 300 members of the Sunni Albu Nimr tribe are executed by ISIS militants in Anbar Province, western Iraq.
- Bombs targeting two Sunni mosques in Baghdad, Iraq, kill seven people.
- Two bombs killed 42 people and wounded 65 others in Iraq's mainly Sunni Diyala province, prior to the release of full preliminary results from the March 7 parliamentary election.
- The head of the fourth largest coalition in the Iraqi parliament, Harith al-Obeidi, is assassinated in west Baghdad.
- Suspected Sunni insurgents attack a minibus carrying police recruits near the border of Iraq and Syria killing 11 people.
- Iraq is to free up to 6,000 Sunni insurgents in an attempt at reconciliation by the Government.
- Five Iraqi Shia, Sunni and Kurdish political parties sign a deal forming a new "Moderates Front" supporting Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki