Diwaniyah protests: the growing public rejection of rotating existing faces

Diwaniyah-ALSHARQIYA  January 14: Diwaniyah demonstrators stepped up the pace of the peaceful movement rejecting attempts to rotate objections rejected by the people and circumvent the legitimate demands of protesters, and protesters stressed the continuation of the strike and to prevent official working hours in government departments and cancel the previous agreement to allow the last days of the week to be a regular day with the exception of Some service and banking circles, for their direct contact with citizens and to prevent confusion in public life in the city. Al-Diwaniyah continues to protest on a daily basis, while students continue to disobey and refrain from attending universities in conjunction with continuing Less government departments


The hit-and-run operations at the Muhammad al-Qasim bridge in Baghdad continued after riot police launched a new security campaign

US President Donald Trump described Barzani, the president of the Kurdistan region, as a great warrior

US President Donald Trump and Iraqi President Barham Salih affirmed that the United States and Iraq enjoy a long-term strategic relationship and partnership