Muhammad al-Hassan: Baghdad is a sick city suffering from suffocating angina

Baghdad-ALsharqiya, August 3: The director of the Development Department at the Ministry of Planning, Muhammad al-Hassan, described the capital Baghdad as a sick city suffering from stifling angina pectoris due to slums and government and residential transgressions on the lands.

Academician Mohammed Chalabi warned during the game of chairs that the solution to overpopulation does not mean vertical construction and construction of towers that do not take into account the memory of cities and their privacy at the expense of the green belt.


The Iraqi judiciary issued an arrest warrant against the former Iraqi Minister of Communications Naim Al-Rubaie

The Ministerial Council for National Security in Iraq held an emergency session to discuss the implications of the missile strikes

The United States has warned that it will not tolerate attacks by loyalist factions.