U.S. forces pull out of Baghdad and leave major cities across Iraq.
In one neighborhood, results of the American “surge” are evident but sectarian tensions remain.
- The New York Times (Image)
The United States flag is lowered in Baghdad marking the end of U.S. military operations in Iraq after eight years of the Iraq War.
A United States Army soldier kills five comrades at Camp Liberty in Baghdad, Iraq.
Shia Islamists under cleric Muqtada al-Sadr protest in Baghdad, Iraq, on the anniversary of its capture by the United States Armed Forces in 2003.
The United States military says that it accidentally killed nine Iraqi civilians in an operation targeting Al-Qaeda south of Baghdad.
Iraq and the United States have pledged a "fair and transparent" investigation into a gunfight involving private security firm Blackwater Security that left eight people dead in Baghdad.