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    IINA Completes Photojournalism Course in Najaf

    The recent photojournalism training conducted by the Iraq International News Agency in Najaf garnered significant attention due to its exceptional turnout of students. What set Najaf apart from other locations was the remarkable enthusiasm generated from previous classes. The increasing interest in photojournalism reflects a growing desire among aspiring journalists…

    CMC and CST Sign a Memorandum of Understanding

    The head of the Communications and Media Commission (CMC) met with the Governor of the Communications, Space and Technology Commission (CST), Dr. Mohammed bin Saud Al-Tamimi, to discuss a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in the field of digitisation and electronic governance. Dr. Ali Moayyed, the head of CMC, met on…

    CMC meets with Ooredoo, Zain Group, and Omantel in Barcelona

    Dr. Ali Moayyed, the head of Iraq’s Communications and Media Commission (CMC), met with key executives from prominent telecom entities, including Ooredoo, Zain Group, and Omantel at the 2024 International Mobile Phones Conference (MWC) in Barcelona. Their primary objective centred on fostering heightened competition and ensuring enhanced mobile services accessibility…

    Threads of Tradition: Dhamyaa Al Saffar’s Journey in Reviving Iraqi Fashion

    https://youtu.be/vcaQZmbfCgI?si=Offz3x88wr-T7KM4In an exclusive interview with Iraqi designer Dhamyaa Al Saffar, she introduces her new clothing brand that evolves around Iraqi heritage and traditional clothing for women. The history of Iraq is a great inspiration for Dhamyaa as it influences her designs to create unique Sumerian abayas. Dhamyaa speaks on her…

    UCMT.IQ and IINA Conduct Photojournalism Training for Female Students

    The Union Center for Media Training (UCMT.IQ) organised a photo journalism course in Baghdad on the 23rd of February, for female journalists and media professionals. This is to empower women in their professional endeavours as well as enhancing their media skills. The course was led in partnership with the  Iraq…

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