Mu'min al-Mawji Mahmud Salim, also known as 'Tiqani al-Mujahedeen,' and his fiancée, Sarah Jamal Muhammad al-Sayyid, are wanted for providing material support to ISIS.
The announcement came ahead of events marking the ninth anniversary of atrocities ISIS committed against the minority group in Iraq.
Iraq continues to pursue justice for victims of the massacre of 1,700 cadets at Tikrit Air Academy and accountability for the perpetrators.
In the heartland of ISIS's former 'caliphate' in northern Iraq, the Counter-Terrorism Service has been keeping pressure on the group's last holdouts.
The extremist group is betting on 'the use of force and more brutal actions' to expand its areas of influence in Africa, terror group researcher says.
It is no coincidence that three top ISIS leaders were killed in Idlib under the nose of rival Tahrir al-Sham.
A UN team that has been working for five years to hold ISIS to account for its crimes is launching a central archive of millions of digitised documents.
The group's first three leaders blew themselves up. Türkiye claims it killed the fourth. Experts say ISIS's silence on the matter speaks volumes.
The web domain seizures curb the Iran-backed group's ability to peddle its dangerous violent ideology across the globe, US officials say.
Members of the minority group have appealed for international assistance to help them find out if relatives abducted by ISIS are dead or alive.