Society and Security

  • Baghdad Summit: Uniting Nations to Combat the Drug Crisis

    The Second Baghdad International Conference on Combating Drugs concluded on July 22, 2024, with a significant gathering of interior ministers from Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Kuwait, Iran, Türkiye, Syria, Lebanon, and Egypt, alongside the Secretary-General of the Council of Arab Interior Ministers, the President of Naif Arab University for Security Sciences,…

  • Surge in Voluntary Returns from Dohuk Camps

    The Ministry of Migration and Displacement has initiated measures to support the large number of displaced families in Dohuk who wish to return voluntarily. In a statement, the ministry highlighted the positive response from families eager to return to their original homes, a development that brings relief to all Iraqis,…

  • Iraqi ID Cards: Everything You Need to Know

    The Iraqi government has announced that the national identity card will be the basis for all official transactions in Iraqi offices. This move is intended to improve efficiency and security in government services. The national identity card is a digital identity card that includes biometric data such as fingerprints and…

  • Iraqis gather for Eid al-Adha prayers

      Iraq witnessed a joyous Eid al-Adha celebration as citizens came together for prayers and festivities. From busy city centers to smaller towns, mosques overflowed with worshippers marking the start of the holy holiday. Children also participated, learning how to pray. Eid al-Adha, a highlight of the Islamic calendar, transcended…

  • Iraq, public hospital will be managed by the Polyclinic San Donato

    The Policlinico San Donato, a hospital of the San Donato Group, has been awarded a multi-year management of a public hospital in Iraq. This is the highly specialized university hospital in the city of Najaf, equipped with 492 beds and owned by the Iraqi Ministry of Health. The agreement was…

  • Al-Zawraa Park: A Triumph of Resilience and Rebirth

    Al-Zawraa Park, located in the Iraqi capital, whispers tales of resilience and hope amid a tumultuous past. Beyond its vibrant attractions lies a profound symbol of progress — an attestation to the determination of the Iraqi people. Once a place tinged with apprehension, where security measures loomed heavy and tensions…

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