Babylon Reports

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As the Turkish offensive is still ongoing in its seventh day, US Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will visit Turkey today to discuss the recent disputes between the two NATO allies. They will meet with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in efforts to negotiate a ceasefire in Syria, and will also […]

A statement by the office of the US secretary of state Mike Pompeo confirms that US president Donald Trump has signed the executive order of imposing sanctions against Turkey, a statement of sanctions was released by Trump’s office included the steel tariffs that will be increased up to 50%, also the US Department of Commerce […]

Around fourteen people are now believed to have been killed when a convoy of journalists and civilians in northern Syria was reportedly shelled by Turkish forces on Sunday afternoon. The convoy had been heading to Sari Kani (Ras al-Ain) leaving from Tel Tammar when it was struck. Initial reports indicate  French and Brazilian journalists were […]

Turkey-backed Syrian rebels have “executed” nine civilians in town of Tal Abyad northeastern Syria. Other reports said that the leader of Syrian Future Party, Hevrin Khalaf, was also killed on Saturday near Qamishli and Initial reports claimed that Khalaf was killed in a Turkish airstrike. Nervin released a statement a day earlier to denounce the […]

UK, Germany, and France, have called for a UNSC meeting for talks on the Turkish operation in northeastern Syria. Turkey began on Wednesday a long-planned operation in Syria against the Syrian Kurdish forces as it believes they are an extension of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), which is designated as a “terrorist organization” by Ankara. […]

Parliament Speaker Mohammed al-Halbusi had prepared a proposal in hopes of meeting the demands of the protesters, which states that All activities at the provincial and municipality councils will be halted until the next elections. the offices of general inspectors will be suspended, while the government will sign contracts with volunteering teachers, employ engineering and […]

Internet access was restored in Iraq on Monday (October 7) after being suspended by the federal government on October 2 amid the protests in the country. The decision by the government came after the security situation had calmed somewhat. Social media remained blocked for most users. The Iraqi prime minister ordered the army on Monday […]

At least eight people were killed and 25 wounded in new clashes between protesters and police that has put the statistics to reach Over 110 people killed and more 6,000 others were injured since the beginning of the protest in the country. Police, backed by the army, used live rounds and tear gas to disperse […]

United Nations has called for an end to the “senseless loss of life” in Iraq as the death toll from anti-government protests rose up near 100 and demonstrations have continued in several provinces in the country. Iraqi Parliamentary Commission of Human Rights said that at least 11 people were killed in the capital Baghdad on […]

After the first deadly day Hundreds of protesters came back to the streets of the capital Baghdad on Wednesday demanding of their rights. similar protests were launched in other major cities of Iraq, including Basra, Babil, Najaf, Dhi Qar, Wast, Musanna, Samawa, and Diwannia. The protesters have entered the governors’ offices of Wast, Babil, and […]

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