Iraq’s Popular Mobilization Units (PMU), an umbrella organization composed of the Arab country’s resistance groups, has fired artillery shells at a position of the remnants of the Daesh terrorists in northern Iraq.
Iraq has voiced objection to the mention of “the state of Israel” in the final statement of an Arab inter-parliamentary conference in Egypt.
A thick layer of dust has blanketed the otherwise clear azure sky in Tehran and many other Iranian provinces, forcing authorities to order the closure of schools, universities, and public offices.
Another sandstorm that descended Monday on climate-stressed Iraq sent at least 4,000 people to the hospital with breathing problems and led to the closure of airports, schools and public offices across the country.
Palestinian resistance groups have praised the Iraqi parliament’s “decisive stance” and “noble move” after the Arab country’s lawmakers approved a draft bill banning the normalization of diplomatic relations with Israel.
Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has targeted and destroyed positions of terrorist groups operating near the country’s western borders in Erbil, the capital of Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan region.
Iraq has reached new agreements with Iran on the supply of natural gas from the country, according to the spokesman of the country’s Ministry of Electricity.
A sandstorm in Iraq has killed a person and hospitalized thousands more over respiratory ailments, the seventh in a month that also suspended flights for several hours.
President Ebrahim Raeisi says Iran has always laid emphasis on the unity and integrity of neighboring Iraq, expressing hope for the formation of a powerful government in the Arab country.
Iraq was yet again covered in a thick sheet of orange as it suffered the latest in a series of dust storms that have become increasingly common.