Map. History of Iraq conflict

18 November 2019
Thousand of Iraqis in Tahrer Square, and Dozens of tuk- tuk on the Jomhorya bridge leading to the Green zone
Tahrir Square and Al-Jumhuriya bridge today
The protests continue, as here in Tahrir Square Baghdad.
Iraqi official sources: 100 killed and more than 5,000 wounded during a week of protests in Iraq
A rocket landed near the Babylon Hotel in Baghdad, killing one soldier and wounding another
Protesters withdraw from Al-Sinak Bridge after taking control of the first checkpoint of government forces
Iraqi Baghdad Operations Command says it has arrested gangs of militants targeting protesters in Baghdad. Curfew is for the protection of protesters
Protesters head to Tahrir Square in Baghdad
A "non-combat related incident" at Camp Taji in Iraq has resulted in the death of a @USArmy sergeant from Montana.
A peaceful demonstration of the teachers union in Karbala
UN Secretary-General rep in Tahrir Square
Unknown parties just attacked security forces at the Republic Bridge in Baghdad
Diwaniya Engineers Syndicate participates in the sit-in
2 week ago
Khamenei: I recommend those who care in Iraq and Lebanon remedy the insecurity and turmoil created in their countries by the U.S., the Zionist government, some western countries, and the money of some reactionary countries
Iran's Khamenei attacks the movement in Lebanon and Iraq and describes it as a riot with America and Israel behind
Ninewa directorate of military intelligence said their units arrested 2 ISIS operatives in raids on Tuesday in eastern Mosul's Salahiya and Haj Ali neighborhoods
The Iraqi government has again banned Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp and Telegram, available only using a VPN
Iran calls for calm in Lebanon and Iraq and opposes foreign intervention
Shia Cleric Muqtada Al-Sadr warns that Iraq might end up like Syria and Yemen If Prime Minister Adil AbdulMahdi will not resign — Statement
Internet access back across Iraq as protests continue in the country
Halting operations in the Iraqi port of Umm Qasr because protesters close its entrances
Governor of Diyala announces the suspension of official work tomorrow and a complete curfew in the province
Tahrir Square shows turnout in Baghdad protests that indicated the seriousness and insistence of the protesters on changing the current situation in Iraq.
Protesters gather in the center of Diwaniyah, Qadisiyah province
"Karbala provincial council is closed by the order of the people"
Iraq authorities declare 6-hour curfew in capital starting midnight.
NRT journalists arrested in Khanaqin while covering anti-corruption protest
The leader of the Sadrist movement in Iraq, Muqtada al-Sadr joins the demonstrators in Najaf
Habboubi Square in Nasiriyah filled with thousands of protesters
Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi rejects the call of the leader of the Sadrist movement Muqtada al-Sadr to resign
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