Map. History of Iraq conflict

1 November 2020
A call through loudspeakers on Bab Al-Mourad Street in the city of Al-Kadhimiya, demanding citizens not to leave the houses
Tonight earlier 1000s of people visited Imam Kadhim shrine site in Baghdad, while there is a curfew & visiting those shrines are officially banned, as coronavirus is spreading fast in Iraq
The number of corona virus deaths in Iraq rose to 13 and the number of infections 177
Four compounds were massively attacked (12 March 2020) at the Iran ian military base in Albukamal, Syria, by US forces according to media reports. Here is ISI assessment
The Iraqi Ministry of Health announces 11 new cases of coronavirus, bringing the total to 177
Britain withdraws part of its forces in Iraq because of Coronavirus
Iraqi Health Ministry records 11 new cases of coronavirus
The Ministry of Health in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq announces the registration of the first infection with the Corona virus in Duhok Governorate
IS militants claimed a sectarian attack, firing 5 mortars targeting Iraqi Shi'i Muslims ("Rafida polytheists") in the Imam Ahmad neighborhood of Tuz Khurmatu
Heavy rain caused widespread flooding in Mosul today.
Ministry of Health reports new case of coronavirus in Sulaimani, brining Kurdistan Region's total to 39
The capital Baghdad is empty as today the lockdown was implemented in the city to avoid spreading coronavirus, and this curfew will continue until 11:00 pm of March 23. Photos: State Media
Coronavirus update in Iraq/Kurdistan Region: Total confirmed cases: 164 (inclu 38 in Kurdistan). Recovery: 43 (9 in KRD) Deaths: 12 (1 in KRD)
A new militia so-called Usbat Al-Thaireen released a new video, threating US forces and their allies, calling for US to leave Iraq and claiming the responsibility for the recent attack on Besmaya military base in southern Baghdad7 month ago
A new militia so-called Usbat Al-Thaireen released a new video, threating US forces and their allies, calling for US to leave Iraq and claiming the responsibility for the recent attack on Besmaya military base in southern Baghdad
PM designate Adnan al Zurfi outlines his program, focused on holding early elections, fighting corona virus, fighting corruption and bringing those responsible for deaths of protesters to account. As expected, no mention of foreign troop expulsion
OIR Spokesman: As of 11pm (Baghdad Time), no rockets were fired at Camp Taji. In Baghdad no explosions occurred near US/Coalition facilities.
The rockets targeting the Green Zone missed their target and landed on houses in al-Jadriya area.
The curfew comes into effect in the capital, Baghdad, to limit the spread of the Corona virus
A rainy night in the capital, Baghdad, with the curfew approaching
A missile landed at the Taji base, north of Baghdad
No injuries at Iraq base south of Baghdad in third rocket attack against coalition troops in past week. Iranian-backed forces launched 2 rockets at the Besmaya base Monday night: U.S. officials
Adnan Al-Zurfi appointed today as new Iraq's PM
Iraq filed a complaint with the Security Council against US forces
Iraqi News Agency: 3 new COVID19 cases recorded in Karbala
7 month ago
Security Media Cell in Iraq: Two rockets landed on the Basmaya camp, which hosts foreign forces, south of Baghdad
Iraqi president tasked MP Adnan Al-Zarfi to form new government
Basra is under Coronavirus lockdown. Iraq
Dhi Qar: Protesters from the sit-in of al-Habboubi Square in the city of Nasiriyah, Governor Adel al-Dakhili gives 12 hours to resign, otherwise the escalation will take place
The number of coronavirus infections in Iraq has risen to 133, and deaths to 10
[email protected]: "As a result of the success of Iraqi Security Forces in their fight against ISIS, the Coalition is re-positioning troops from a few smaller bases. These bases remain under Iraqi control and we will continue our advising partnership.from other Iraqi military bases"
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