Map. History of Iraq conflict

27 November 2020
Demonstrations and strike action in different parts of central and southern Iraq to demand the rapid formation of the new government
Large student crowds marching towards Baghdad's Tahrir Square
Students sit-in at Basra University, Karmat Ali College Complex
Al-Diwaniyah a short time ago. Civil disobedience of school students in the eastern Hamza district
IED explosion in Basrah
Large masses head towards Tahrir Square in Baghdad and a unified march at the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research
Explosion in Baghdad Green Zone, Sirens were triggered
Tear gas was fired at the protesters in Al-Wathba Square and hit with live ammunition
The volunteer nonviolence team holds charitable marathons to support the demonstrations in Basra
A civilian guard was killed by unknown gunmen, in the Abu Ghraib district, west of the capital, Baghdad.
F-16s carried out airstrikes around Lake Hamrin which resulted in the destruction of several dens, killing the militants inside them
A side of demonstrations and sit-ins in the people of Maysan province, southern Iraq11 month ago
A side of demonstrations and sit-ins in the people of Maysan province, southern Iraq
11 month ago
Turkish fighter jets bomb targets in Kurdistan Region, near Drabi and Qandil
Tahrir Square in Baghdad tonight is packed with protesters, so talked to a protester in Tahrir Square & asked him why tonight the Square is packed, he responded by saying that we want to send a message to those who though Tahrir Square is getting empty.
The Iraqi parliament votes to consider Dhi Qar a disaster-stricken province
Iraqi Counter Terrorism Forces with the support of @CJTFOIR have conducted an anti-ISIS operation in Al-Ghara mountain in Hawija. The operation resulted in destroying 2 caves which were used as safe haven by ISIS sleeper cells
Iraq: Liberal Iraqi MP Faiq Sheikh Ali hands over nomination letter to President Barham Salih, seeking to form the next government
11 month ago
Protesters continue to block the road leading to the Rumaila oil field in Basra Governorate
The Iraqi judiciary released 2,700 protesters
An Iraqi security source: an armed group killed the owner of a foodstuff store, who was active in the demonstrations in Al-Amiriya district, west of Baghdad
The start of the meeting of the heads of the Iraqi parliamentary blocs to resolve the electoral law proposals
.⁦@EsperDoD⁩-"I did speak with the Iraqi prime minister.I noted my concern about the uptick in attacks on bases in Iraq where US troops &materiel may be & that we-we have a right of self defense.my suspicion would be Iran is behind these attacks"
Islamic State: Yesterday, two Iraqi soldiers were killed, another wounded by a sniper targeting their barracks in Miqdadiyah district, Diyala, Iraq
Pentagon: Sec. @EsperDoD spoke with Iraq's Prime Minister Mahdi & "reiterated" US "support for a secure & sovereign Iraq & the people of Iraq" & "also called on our Iraqi partners to continue to assist in preventing attacks on US & Coalition personnel & facilities in the country"
Caretaker Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi informs the Iraqi President that the last date for continuing his duties is Thursday.
Five members of Iraqi forces killed in two ISIS attacks in Diyala: military
Iraqi Protesters have once again blocked the entrance to Iraq's Umm Qasr commodities port near Basra, preventing employees and tankers from entering and bringing operations down by 50%.
An explosive device has exploded near the al-Abkar City Company in the Mansour area of the capital, Baghdad, without any casualties
Iraqi PM Adil Abdul-Mahdi spoke with US Defense Secretary Esper in a telephone conversation, where they discussed the fight against ISIS and the security concerns in Iraq — PMO
11 month ago
Protesters close the University of Babylon building and prevent staff and professors from entering
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