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Iraq continues to retrieve pilfered artefacts

Crime & Justice |

Iraq continues to retrieve pilfered artefacts

Thousands of artefacts stolen by ISIS have been returned to Iraq, thanks to governmental efforts and international co-operation.

Refugees |

5,000 displaced families begin return journey from Ninawa camps
5,000 displaced families begin return journey from Ninawa camps

The returns, all voluntary, involve families from Salaheddine and Anbar provinces who were housed in Mosul camps.

Security |

Iraq ramps up effort to rein in Ninawa militia
Iraq ramps up effort to rein in Ninawa militia

The Iran-backed militia refused to clear its forces from Ninawa Plains in defiance of the Iraqi prime minister, sparking public outrage.

Security |

Eastern Ghouta under pressure as regime asserts control
Eastern Ghouta under pressure as regime asserts control

Residents of the former opposition enclave face increasing pressure from Syrian regime forces deployed in the area, a local activist says.

Terrorism |

Anbar tackles extremist ideology post-ISIS
Anbar tackles extremist ideology post-ISIS

Having achieved victory over ISIS, Anbar authorities have been busy addressing the lingering extremist ideology promoted at camps for displaced families in the province.

Security |

Fighting, airstrikes rage on in southern Idlib
Fighting, airstrikes rage on in southern Idlib

After Tahrir al-Sham and its allies withdrew from the city of Khan Sheikhun, fighting and airstrikes continued on its southern outskirts.

Security |

Elite forces dismantle terror cell in Baghdad, Anbar
Elite forces dismantle terror cell in Baghdad, Anbar

The detainees were involved in planting improvised explosive devices and preparing rest-houses for suicide bombers in areas near the capital and in Anbar province.

Security |

Iran-aligned militias store weapons in populated Iraqi cities
Iran-aligned militias store weapons in populated Iraqi cities

The militias continue to pose a threat to civilians' lives by refusing to comply with government orders to move their weapons outside densely populated areas, experts told Diyaruna.

Human Rights |

Syrian humanitarian workers demand protection
Syrian humanitarian workers demand protection

More than 150 relief activists and aid workers gathered at Idlib's Bab al-Hawa border crossing to mark World Humanitarian Day.

Human Rights |

Compensation paid to Ninawa victims of ISIS
Compensation paid to Ninawa victims of ISIS

The province has granted compensation to 6,000 individuals and 30,000 property owners who suffered loss, injury or damage.

Security |

Syrian regime and allies enter Khan Sheikhun
Syrian regime and allies enter Khan Sheikhun

Civilians have been fleeing out of southern rural Idlib and the edges of Hama province towards the Idlib interior and the border area.