20 April 2021
Pentagon chief visits Iraq as U.S. troops withdraw from Syria
Six police officers, including two senior commanders, were killed in northern Iraq on Tuesday when ISIS militants opened fire on them during a reconnaissance mission
Iraqi Interior Minister: Fourth Division Commander of Federal Police killed during operation against ISIS
Esper told reporters that US troops will reposition out of northeast Syria into western Iraq and make preparations to go home from there and that he would discuss this with the Iraqi Defense minister tomorrow. He wouldn't say how long US troops would stay in Iraq. (pool report)
Standing in front of a Patriot missile battery in Saudi Arabi, US Defense Secretary Esper says aim is not to keep troops withdrawing from Syria in Iraq "interminably"
The decision to suspend the commanders of the police of Baghdad, Babylon, Nasiriyah, Diwaniyah, Missan and Najaf in the background of the events of the protests in Iraq
The Commander of Baghdad Operations was relieved of duties and referred to an investigative board on the recommendation of the Commission of Inquiry into the recent protests
Iraqi television quoted the report of the events of the demonstrations: 107 dead and about 3400 wounded in Baghdad
Falcons launched a raid into the areas east of Hamrin Lake. 7 dens, 1 exacavator, and 3 motorcycles destroyed, 1 motorcycle captured, and 3 militants wounded. Took place near the area of Al-Khalawiya
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UNHCR numbers: Refugee arrivals to Iraq surpassed 7,100 this morning (22 Oct). More than 7,000 are at Bardarash refugee camp
On 15th-October a Turkish drone have targeted two high ranked KCK members on Goyzha mount, Sulaimani - Local authorities
Iraq: "All U.S. forces that withdrew from Syria received approval to enter the Kurdistan Region so that they may be transported outside Iraq. There is no permission granted for these forces to stay inside Iraq."
IED explodes, another defused in Kirkuk's al-Qadisya neighborhood
RAF assets out of Akrotiri, en-route to Operation Shader mission tonight. 2003z: ZZ337 Voyager / ZK323 Typhoon
The Iraqi government issues an order to telecom companies to halt internet on the 25/11 (starting from 6 in the morning until 11 PM) for maintenance purposes. Nationwide protests against corruption are set to go ahead in Iraq on the 25/11
American withdrawing forces at Duhok province right now, forces are heading to bases in Iraq
Iraqi PM Adel Abdul Mahdi meets with Norwegian PM Erna Solberg in Baghdad.
3 suspects arrested on charges of narcotic trafficking in Erbil's Soran district
All US troops withdrawing from Syria expected to go to western Iraq
1 Federal Police officer was killed in action near Riyadh earlier
Iraqi protest coordinators delay planned 25 October protests until 22 November & give government 30 days to amend the constitution
French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian has landed in Erbil, and he is expected to hold meetings with senior Kurdish officials.
Deir ez-Zur: Five buses loaded with members of Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces PMF entered Syria through Al Bukamal border crossing
Iraqi president @BarhamSalih receives French foreign minister in Baghdad
Russian company Rosneft suspends work on an oil field in Iraqi Kurdistan because of its proximity to the border of Syria
French Foreign Minister: The number of foreign fighters in prisons in northern Syria is large
Iraqi Foreign Minister: We discussed with the French side the reconstruction of liberated areas
TurkishMilitary TCT035 UAV on ISR or strike mission over Kurdistan mountaineous region of northern Iraq, north of Dokan. 2206z1 year ago
TurkishMilitary TCT035 UAV on ISR or strike mission over Kurdistan mountaineous region of northern Iraq, north of Dokan. 2206z
NRT says well-known TV presenter AmanjBabani, his wife and his child were assassinated in Sulaimani
Amanj Babany, NRT News channel's presenter have been killed in Silemani in Kurdistan region of Iraq
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