Map. History of Iraq conflict

30 May 2020
Fresh ISIS attacks on the grid knock down more high voltage towers west of Kirkuk and south of Mosul. Electricity Ministry earlier said 2,450MW were lost
Demonstrations return to Tahrir Square, central Baghdad
Ongoing protests in Suleimani against corruption in local government
KRG announces the opening of mosques on Monday, May 11
One day after Iraqi parliament passed Mustafa Kadhimi's cabinet & appointed Kadhimi as the official PM of Iraq, tonight Iraqi young protesters resumed their march and protests in Tahrir Square in Baghdad chanting "Shame on those who are asleep"
The Iraqi government: We decided to launch a military operation to completely eliminate the remnants of ISIS
3 week ago
Iraq: Turkish armed Force neutralized 4 PKK members in air operation in northern Iraq
List of approved (15), rejected (5) ministers: By @Abufellah
Mustafa Al-Kazemi is new Prime Minister of Iraq
Postponement of the vote on the candidates of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Oil Ministry
Iraqi Parliament votes on Ali Allawi, Minister of Finance
Health, Youth & Sport, Electricity ministers all passed by the majority of the MPs. Iraq
Iraqi parliament is voting on the cabinet nominees, and so far Interior and Defense Ministry has got the majority of the votes inside the hall.
The Iraqi parliament votes on the ministerial curriculum of Al-Kazemi, by an absolute majority
Full text in English of @MAKadhimi's speech in parliament prior to the vote on his cabinet
Kadhemi's program for his proposed cabinet. Iraq
@MAKadhimi: We'll not let anyone to use Iraqi territories for attacking other countries
@MAKadhimi: The mission of of new Iraqi government program is solving problems and calming tensions. The new government will not provide more crises for İraq
PM-designate @MAKadhimi is reading his cabinet program to the parliament
3 week ago
IS attacks PMF sites near Duzkhurmatu town in Salahaddin province northern Iraq
The session to vote on Iraqi PM-designated Mustafa Kadhimi's cabinet is officially began
Iraq Parliament meets quorum with 233 MPs in attendance
Now, the last meeting between al-Kadhimi and Parliament Speaker Muhammad Al-Halbousi and his two deputies, before entering the Parliament Hall
Nearly two hundred MPs have entered Iraq's parliamentary chambers, however, tonights session to decide on Mustafa al-Kadhimi's cabinet is yet to begin
Around 200 MPs attend the parliament session on voting for @MAKadhimi's cabinet. PM-designate needs 165 votes
Basra's representatives meet with the Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Balkhami
Iraqi Prime Minister: I submitted my governmental formations and are awaiting a vote by Parliament
The withdrawal of a large number of members of the Sunni Forces Alliance from inside the Iraqi Parliament in the voting session to form the government
Kurdistan Parliament to vote on lifting immunity of four MPs (Omed Abdulrahman Hassan, Ali Hama Salih, Shireen Amin Abdulaziz and Soran Omer Saeed) on Thursday at 1 PM
Al-Kazemi makes three changes to the ministries of justice, agriculture, and labor to not agree on them
Iraqi State of Law Coalition MPs are not in Parliament to vote on new government
Kurdish politicians hold three ministerial posts on Mustafa al-Kadhimi draft cabinet list: Fuad Hussein as foreign minister, Khalid Shwani as justice minister, and Nazanin Mohammed as Construction, Housing, Municipalities, and Public Works minister
IS militants carried out a night ambush on Iraqi Tribal Hashd militia in Rashad, Kirkuk
A security source confirms the death of an emergency police officer during duty in the industrial district of Kirkuk
3 Katyusha rockets were launched toward the military part of Baghdad International airport , no casualties, the prison guards cafeteria was hit and a water tanker was damaged
Rockets/mortars hit Baghdad Airport moments ago
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