Iraq News - Local News - Baghdadpost
Monday, 14 October 2019
Two injured by explosive device northeast of Diyala
Families of demonstrations` victims refuse compensation from Abdul-Mahdi`s government
MP: Attempts to implicate Iraq in foreign conflicts
Committee for Investigating protests events to collect documents, listen to witness statements
2 police personnel arrested for beating a demonstrator
MP stresses need to constitution amendment
Kurdistan Region prepares for mass influx of Syrian refugees after Turkish assault
Iran deploys security forces in Karbala
Saleh: constitution guarantees rights to demonstrate
A gang trafficking women in Basra arrested
Luke Coffey is Director of the Douglas and Sarah Allison Center for Foreign Policy at the Heritage Foundation. Twitter: @LukeDCoffey.
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