Temperatures rise to an unprecedented level in Iraq

Baghdad-ALSharqiya, July 9: Temperatures rise in Iraq during the next two days in a number of governorates to more than 50 degrees Celsius, according to what the Weather forecast and Seismic Monitoring Authority announced

In conjunction with high temperatures, the electric power system in Iraq suffers a near total collapse, as the interruption in a number of governorates reached more than 16 hours.

  Citizens are equipped with varying hours and an oscillating electric current, which led to damage and breakdowns in many household electrical appliances, and the outbreak of fires in the tents of Saad camp for the displaced, in the city of Baquba, the center of Diyala governorate.


On Sunday, France will host a donors' conference, via a television circuit, for Lebanon, while it is gathering

Next week, Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi begins an official visit to the United States of America

The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers in Iraq announced the extension of the partial curfew until the 15th of this month