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18 February 2020

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83-year-old man lost his life in Erbil in fire incident, Storm Dennis continues to cause widespread damages in the UK, Manchester City is banned from Champions league for two seasons

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A fire incident at a residential building in Erbil killed one senior citizen overnight on Sunday. According to Erbil Police, the fire erupted around midnight at a home in Azadi neighborhood, soon engulfing the entire building. One 83-years-old resident of the building lost his life in the incident. initial investigations say, gas leakage from a […]

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17 February 2020

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Masoud Barzani and Iraqi parliament speaker meet in Erbil, Four rockets hit the green zone – Baghdad, first Chinese tourist died of Coronavirus in Paris – France

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Masoud Barzani, received on Sunday Iraqi Parliament Speaker Mohammed al-Halbousi in Erbil to discuss the current situation in the country, including the formation of a new government in Baghdad. Barzani and Halbousi issued a joint statement to emphasize that need for cooperation to help Iraq’s stability. The two sides also stressed that the incoming government […]

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10 February 2020

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Series of explosions rock the capital Baghdad, Thai soldier killed over attacking and killing citizens in northeast Thailand, South Korean film wins the Oscars Prize

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A series of bombings carried out with improvised explosive devices rocked densely-populated areas of the Iraqi capital of Baghdad Saturday evening, wounding at least ten people.One of the explosions targeted a popular cafe in the New Baghdad area. A second and third incident occurred in the northwestern Hurriya neighborhood. Sources added that the forth explosion […]

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5 February 2020

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10 “increasable” Coronaviruse cases confirmed on board of a cruise ship – Japan, KRG’s Duhok will establish its first solar-energy park, Iraq evacuates its students and people from Wuhan city.

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At least 10 people on board a cruise ship docked in the Japanese port of Yokohama have been tested positive for coronavirus as health authorities confirmed. Almost 300 of the 3,700 people on the Diamond Princess Ship have been tested so far. The number of infected could rise as testing continues. The checks began after […]

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4 February 2020

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Muqtada al-Sadr supporters “The Blue Hats” clash with the Iraqi protesters in Najaf city – Iraq, Hong Kong reports its first Coronavirus fatality, Novak Djokovic is the champion of Australian Open tournment

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The supporters of Iraqi powerful Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr clashed on Monday with the anti-government protesters and reportedly opened fire at them. Eyewitnesses revealed that Sadr’s supporters, known as “the blue hats” opened fire at the demonstrators in Iraq’s southern province of Najaf, in attempts to disperse the protesters and open the blocked roads. Sadr […]

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2 February 2020

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First confirmed Coronvirus fatality outside of China, EIA authorities deport four Chinese nationals after their arrival, Iraqi president appoints a new PM for the country, UK is officially outside of the EU circle

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A man Has died of Coronavirus in the Philippines in the Virus’s first confirmed fatality outside China. The patient was 44-year-old Chinese man from Whuan city, where the virus was first detected, and he appeared to have been infected before arriving to Philippines as the World Health Organization confirmed. In the same regard, as part […]

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30 January 2020

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First four cases of Coronavirus were recorded in Dubai and the middle East, KRG refutes the statment issued by Iran’s Ministry of Health, Iraqi President pushes on naming a PM candidate before February of 2020

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In a statement, the Ministry of Health and Community Protection in the United Arab Emirates has confirmed four cases of coronavirus in Dubai to be the first four cases recorded in the middle east. It was a Chines family of four (Mother, Father, Nine-year-old girl and Grandmother) coming from Wuhan city to the UAE where […]

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29 January 2020

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Coronavirus precautions – KRG’s medical teams deployed in Erbil and Sulaymaniyah Airports, Iraqi Authorities shut down Al Dijla TV station office in Baghdad, 7.7 Magnitude earthquake hits the Caribbean

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As a precaution against coronavirus, KRG Health Ministry’s spokesperson, Mohammed Qader, confirmed on Tuesday that medical teams have been deployed to Erbil and Sulaymaiyah airports to screen the arrival lines as the ministry announced the beginning of medical procedures for passengers. Qader also explained that “Any passenger confirmed, or highly suspected of coronavirus infection, would […]

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28 January 2020

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US Military E-11A Plane crashes in Afghanistan, KRG Health minister refutes any Coronavirus cases in the region, Caspian Airlines plane slides off onto a Highway

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Pentagon has confirmed the crash of the U.S. military aircraft in a Taliban-controlled territory in central Afghanistan on Monday. The surveillance U.S. Bombardier E-11A plane crashed in Ghazni province’s Deh Yak district, an area under Taliban control. It was unknown how many people were on board or whether there were survivors. While the cause of […]

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27 January 2020

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US Embassy’s restaurant was hit with a direct rocket – Baghdad, US basketball legend Kobe Bryant dead in a helicopter crash, Dozens of Iraqi protests were killed in two days

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At least three rockets struck the US embassy in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, on Sunday night. One rocket directly hit the embassy’s restaurant or canteen while two others landed a short distance away. At least one person was injured, US official confirmed. No group has claimed responsibility but the US State Department  spokesperson  made reference […]

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