Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on Tuesday announced that the Council of Ministers has decided for a manual recount of 5 percent of votes across all polling stations and for IDP and diaspora votes to be scrapped. Directions have been given to national security and intelligence apparatus to find those complicit of committing fraud. Abadi […]
Mitch and Hiwa joined the Breakfast Club to talk about an Irregular Rugby Team in Kurdistan. Charity Rugby Team that annually plays International Social 7s Rugby Tournament in Dubai. Players from Middle East, New Zealand, UK, Canada & Kenya! Running touch rugby every week in Erbil. All welcome. Check out more about the interview, click […]
Jordan’s Prime Minister Hani Mulki has resigned after days of protests against tax rises and austerity measures. The recent demonstrations in the country are the biggest in years. Protesters have chanted anti-government slogans and clashed with police, who have fired tear gas and blocked roads. The protests have continued for four consecutive nights, and police […]
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is reportedly planning on making a state visit to North Korea. It would be the first time North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has hosted a head of state since assuming power in 2011. He has undertaken a flurry of diplomatic activity recently, meeting China’s president in May, and is expected to […]
Lets all together glimpse of the drama.. Sooo, Pusha T’s most recent diss track towards Drake accused the OVO head honcho of hiding a secret child, yes Drakes child! But, Drake has yet to respond to these allegation. However, he’sreportedly supposed to be talking about his alleged child and baby mama on Scorpion. Since then, reports have surfaced that […]
Iraq and the Kurdistan Region face a serious water crisis as the governments of Turkey and Iran have been decreasing or cutting water supplies into the country’s rivers. The Iraqi Minister of Water Resources on Saturday said that the Turkish government had begun filling the newly-established Ileso Dam on the Tigris River. The move […]
Sunlid Solar is sponsoring tonight’s Driffting Cars in Ramadan. An event is happening tonight at 8:00 pm at Dawa2 parking in Sami Abdulrahman Park. Check out more about the interview, click below.
Iraq’s electoral commission nullified results from over 1,000 polling stations after receiving hundreds of complaints. At the same time, parliament is discussing a bill that would require a manual recount of all votes. Acting on nearly 2,000 complaints of voting irregularities, the Commissioners Council of the electoral commission cancelled election results from 1,021 polling stations from […]
Sam is half Canadian and half Lebanese, he joined the Breakfast Club to talk about a food book he is working on it. Check out more about the interview, click below.
An ultra-light aircraft crashed at Imam Khomeini airport in Tehran on Tuesday night, killing one and injuring two. Initial reports indicate six people were aboard the plane which was carrying out a training mission before it crashed at 7 p.m. Suburban Tehran has already witnessed such incidents over the past years. Meanwhile, Russian journalist Arkady […]