Articles by Campbell MacDiarmid
Islamic State sleeper cells in east Mosul mark the start of a new insurgency.
Exiles say Islamic State fighters still roam the streets of West Mosul in suicide vests and niqabs.
Iraqi soldiers in eastern Mosul have celebrated victory by pausing for selfies with Daesh corpses.
Fighters and journalists came under fire at a newly-liberated airport outside Tal Afar.
IBTimesUK reports from frontline where Islamic State open fire on residents as they flee but Iraqi artillery and air strikes 'have killed dozens'.
Both Iraqi and Kurdish forces have been criticised for their heavy-handed treatment of suspects.
IBTimes UK reports from northern Iraq as Peshmerga advance column probes Islamic State's last bastion.
Kurdish forces complain they still don't have the fire-power to defeat Islamic State.
Kurdish victory has quickly descended into looting and infighting by rival factions.
Kurds say they're crazy and the only thing Chemchemal locals hate more than the state is Isis.
Civil servants have not been paid for three months as young Kurds eye smuggling routes to Europe.