More than 60 are killed and 150 are injured after a bombing in Baghdad.
The second trial of U.S. citizen Nicholas Slatten, the former Blackwater (now Academi) employee who was found guilty in 2013 of first-degree murder in connection to the killing in 2007 of fourteen unarmed civilians on Baghdad's Nisour Square and sentenced to life in prison, ends in a mistrial.
Flights from Iran to Najaf, Iraq, are diverted to Baghdad due to anti-government protests.
At least 18 people are killed by twin explosions in a weapons depot in a mosque in Sadr City, Baghdad.
A warehouse holding ballot boxes from elections last month burns down in Baghdad. Several politicians say the fire was a criminal act aimed at destabilising the state following a disputed election result.
The Central Criminal Court in Baghdad, Iraq, sentences nineteen Russian women, six Azerbaijani women, and four Tajikistani women to life in prison for membership to ISIL.