The Iraqi Cabinet decided to allocate 100 million dollars to buy "Corona" vaccines

Baghdad-ALSHARQIYA   January 27: The Iraqi Council of Ministers approved the allocation of $ 100 million from the World Bank's portfolio to purchase Coronavirus vaccines
Health Minister Hassan Al-Tamimi said in a press conference that the National Medicines and Medical Supplies Authority has agreed to approve the AstraZeneca, Cinopharm and Pfizer vaccines to counter the Coronavirus.


Christian cities and towns in Mosul prepared to receive His Holiness Pope Francis on his historic visit

The President of the Kurdistan region, Nechirvan Barzani and the head of the regional government, Masrour Barzani, received the Pope

The Chaldean Patriarch in Iraq and the world Cardinal Louis Sacco called for the Pope to visit