Remember when US President George W Bush had shoes hurled at him during a press conference?
The crowd consisted mostly of young men, many draped in Iraqi flags. Surrounding streets brimmed with cars, taxis, motorcycles and tuk-tuks as more people made their way in.
Protestors returned to the streets of Iraq over the weekend
Born Ibrahim Awwad Ibrahim Al-Badr, Baghdadi rose to lead the brutal militant group in Iraq and Syria.
The Iraqi government sent in the Counter-Terrorism Service (CTS) onto the streets of Baghdad.
NBC News was able to view hundreds of videos coming in from cities across Iraq documenting the entire day of demonstrations via Snapchat's interactive heatmap.
The Iraqi parliament will meet in an emergency session to address the demands.
Iraqi security forces used tear gas and stun grenades to repel demonstrators who had marched towards government buildings in protest against corruption and economic hardship. The incident marked a renewal of the anti-government protests after security forces killed about 150 people.
As the UN turns 74 this week, we can look back on its legacy and credit the organisation, and the system of multilateral cooperation built around it, with the avoidance of major wars. But do its recent failures spell the demise for the UN?
Millions march in Iraq in annual Shiite pilgrimage and Peruvians parade their patron Lord of Miracles through Lima's streets.
Police and medical reports suggest the number of people killed in recent days during protests against corruption and unemployment is at least 81.
The Iraqi High Commission For Human Rights revealed that the death toll increased to 73 and 3,000 more people have been injured since Tuesday when protests began.
Prime Minister Mahdi says he will listen to the ''legitimate'' demands of protesters, but with many calling for his downfall, what is next for Iraq?
"People elected a new government, a new leadership, and yet it seems that the system of Iraq's government, the new system post-2003, post-Saddam Hussein, is failing," expert Bilal Wahab told Euronews.
Who is Iraqi Special Forces general Abdul Wahab Al Saadi?
Iraq’s government cut internet access, imposed curfews and deployed forces to secure key facilities amid protests aimed at toppling the regime.
Blend Mamoon turns heads when he roams the streets of the city of Dohuk with his pet, a year-old lion who came into Mamoon's care when he was just a 20-day-old cub.
Today, some sixteen years after the invasion, young Iraqis are getting tattoo inspiration from American pop culture.
Iraqi musician & conductor Karim Wasfi is working to bring music to war-torn countries.
After the zone was officially opened to the public in June, drivers' journeys have been shortened from a couple of hours to under ten minutes.
Scott, the medic in question was in fact not the Navy SEAL defendant on trial for war crimes for the killing of this same IS fighter.
Then I met Shaza. A 30-year-old from Homs whose determination to work for a better future for everyone, despite all that she’s been through, put me to shame and busted the stereotype of a hopeless and desperate refugee wide open.
Christianity in Iraq 'will never die' insists Archbishop of Mosul
Khamis Ali sets up his open-air classroom in the street outside his house.
"Social media was a very important driver of (the Arab Spring) protests so it was only a matter of time before the looting and trafficking of antiquities would bleed into social media," Dr Amr Al-Azm, Professor Middle East History and Anthropology, told Euronews.
Experts are scrutinising the purported video message from Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi for clues about his whereabouts and the terror organisation’s next moves.