On September 5, many important events took place.
The Egyptian design was selected by an international jury from among 123 entries in the global competition as part of the UNESCO’s project to rehabilitate the ancient city of Mosul, the UN wrote on its website.
Egypt denounced on Sunday a car bomb blast that occurred in western Iraq's Mosul city which left scores of dead and wounded.
Baghdadi was last seen in a viral video in 2014 giving a sermon in the Great Mosque of al-Nuri, in Mosul, Iraq. This came just a month after Mosul fell into the hands of ISIS.
Search operations for the missing are underway, AlSumaria news channel reported, quoting the source as saying.
Signs that IS could be re-emerging in Iraq.
Trucks loaded with civilians left the last Islamic State enclave in eastern Syria on Friday, as U.S.-backed forces waited to inflict final defeat on the surrounded jihadists.
Egypt has condemned the terrorist attack that targeted a restaurant in the Iraqi city of Mosul earlier in the day, leaving a number of people killed and injured.
Iraqi security forces arrested IS (Islamic State terrorist group) media official in south of the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, Ninawa province.
Mahlab discussed with Iraqi Minister of Construction and Housing the reconstruction efforts in Iraq, particularly in the areas liberated from IS terrorist group.
A suicide bomber was killed on Sunday before blowing himself up outside a house in Iraq's Mosul.
Egypt Today briefs top political news of the past 24 hours and some issues related to accidents.
Daesh fighters executed at least 741 Iraqi civilians in Mosul during the nine-month battle by government forces to retake the city from the militant group.
The Red Cross confirmed on Thursday it had access to more than 1,300 foreign wives and children of suspected Islamic State militants.
Iraq and Turkey reached an agreement Wednesday to reopen the Fishkhabur border crossing which links the city of Mosul with other parts of Iraq.
Returnees to Mosul, Iraq after years of violence to find their houses rigged with explosive devices and their cities uninhabitable, MSF reported.
A grim series of photographs titled "Kissing Death" by Iraq's Ali Arkady on the bloody conflict in his country won the prestigious Bayeux-Calvados.
The 53rd brigade of the Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF) found Saturday a car bomb in central the Iraqi city of Tal Afar, west the city of Mosul.
The sound of the footsteps of a few soldiers on patrol and twisted pieces of metal and fabric flapping in the wind disturb the eery silence In Mosul.
Indoctrination has cursed the minds of children living under the Islamic State, and there is a long journey ahead to provide rehabilitation.