Sunday, December 5, 2021

Iraq

War lost Battle won

As the US called curtains on its ‘forever war’ and evacuated its last soldier, it left behind a country in a complete mess. Even...

Over 40 killed in Covid hospital fire in Iraq

Health official Haydar al-Zamili told a leading media outlet that there are fears people are still trapped inside the ward, which reportedly has space for 60 patients.

Iraq signs deal to drill 96 oil wells

Iraq's economy heavily relies on crude oil export, which accounts for more than 90 per cent of the country's revenues.

Demand for dates shoots up in Hyderabad

Hyderabad is one of the biggest markets for dates in the country.

Amid pandemic, pope goes to Iraq to rally fading Christians

Francis and the Vatican delegation are relying on Iraqi security forces to protect them, including with the expected first use of an armored car for the popemobile-loving pontiff.

13 killed in Baghdad twin suicide bombing

A BBC report citing a military official said that the bombers blew themselves up at a clothing market in Tayaran Square, in Bab al-Sharqi, as they were pursued by security forces.

Aura of Arab Spring

As public protests catch on demanding better governance, we turn the clock back on the revolt of the masses across the Arab world a decade ago that fell many regimes

Sensor and Sensibility

The sensor realist mode both relies on and exceeds the military technology geared towards dehumanisation

US announces troop withdrawal from Afghanistan and Iraq

The move was immediately opposed by the Opposition Democratic Party of the President-elect Joe Biden, whose lawmakers described it as a threat to national security.

Holy smoke: Waterpipes keep bubbling in Iraqi shrine city 

Karbala: Iraq's Karbala is known as a religious pilgrimage site, visited by millions of worshippers, but shisha-smokers revere it for a different reason: its...

Global Covid-19 cases nearing 43 million: Johns Hopkins

The US is the worst-hit country with the world's highest number of cases and deaths at 8,633,194 and 225,215, respectively, according to the CSSE.

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