Seizing the largest amount of narcotic pills in Kirkuk

Kirkuk-ALsharqiya, November 28: Kirkuk authorities seized the largest amount of drugs in the history of the governorate, and Iraq in general, through confiscating 14 million narcotic pills in the northern regions of the governorate. Observers warn of the presence of greater quantities of toxins that threaten the youth in particular, expressing their concern about the transformation of Kirkuk from a corridor for smuggling to a destination for consumption.


The Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman reviewed

The head of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, strongly rejected the pressure being exerted

Legal advisor Ibtihal Al-Ghazi warned of the return of the parties